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post #3811 of 3815 Old 09-08-2014, 12:31 PM
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A couple of years ago, Comcast mailed me a two-sided card with a Channel Lineup (a compact listing of station IDs with channel number for each station). That reference card is out of date. I thought that an up-to-date reference card might be available on the Xfinity site for printing, but have been unable to find such. If anyone knows of such a channel lineup listing, I would appreciate a link.
I grabbed this a few months ago, can't remember where I got it.

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Has anyone noticed that the volume level for FOXHD had dropped dramatically (or is it just my house)? I live in East Nashville and FOXHD's volume is significantly lower than any other channel. I have to turn it up quite a bit (watching the NFL) to equate the same 'sound' as any other station. Last year I noticed the opposite with CWHD - that volume crushes my center channel speakers I have (in 3 different rooms w/3 different AVRs).

I haven't watched anything on the CWHD since then so I don't know if that audio is still 'crushing'.

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I grabbed this a few months ago, can't remember where I got it.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2B...it?usp=sharing
Thanks--I was able to save as a pdf, then copy and paste the relevant columns (for me) to fit on a single page Word document. I wish I could find a more up-to-date listing (with SEC network channels, for example).

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HD questions

Does anyone know if HD DTA boxes are available in Nashville?


Also, can we ever expect to get FXX in HD? It's obviously not a bandwidth issue since they were able to add the 2 SEC Network alternate channels in HD. Other than that, how long has it been since the HD offerings were expanded?


Honestly, I can't wait until Dish gets their IPTV offering going. If it's anywhere close to acceptable, I'll be ditching Comcast as fast as I can.
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Honestly, I can't wait until Dish gets their IPTV offering going. If it's anywhere close to acceptable, I'll be ditching Comcast as fast as I can.
Wouldn't you still need Comcrap for broadband in order to receive IPTV? And what about capping and fees?
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