LG has two different listings on the NTIA approved CECBs
under Zenith and Insignia the brand names they are being sold as.
Dish Network is only listed as DISH Network DTVPal
The DTVPal should reapply under that brand names it was be sold as. SlingMedia and EchoStar
So they don't encounter a NTIA delay/problem like MicroProse did.
LG should not be treated different then Dish Network?Did the DTVPal have to gain certification with the NTIA for it's modifications both to the size and name change from the TR-40 to be listed under DTVPal?
If not why does MicroProse?
The NTIA looks like it is not having
these CECB Manufactures playing by the same rules.
Doesn't everyone find it sad that the NTIA has a release about MicroProse
selling a passThru model MPI-500PT*
even though they were listed for a Digital Only MPI-500 and got told off by the NTIA?What NTIA rule did MicroProse break?
All the manufactures have made some modifications since being listed.
Look at Zenith they have had different tuners and recently something in the APRIL 2008 build to fix the audio.
Where was this release from the NTIA when MaxMedia kept changing features and sold vaporware with a promise of a June Delivery for those who ordered.