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post #26611 of 26616 Old 08-30-2014, 05:31 PM
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Spreadsheet updated
Nothing major since the last one.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/...cGc&output=xls
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Spreadsheet updated
Nothing major since the last one.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/...cGc&output=xls
They should move the SD channels to SDV or cease them carrying them. Cablevision use the HD feed as wide screen on standard definition TV sets.
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They should move the SD channels to SDV or cease them carrying them. Cablevision use the HD feed as wide screen on standard definition TV sets.
They can't stop carrying the SD feeds until they have replaced every single old box in the market (and I'm sure there are still non-HD boxes out there).

They're in no rush to do so. They have plenty of QAM space, SDV seems to work well here, and the cost to replace all of the very old boxes that are still out there is very expensive.
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They should move the SD channels to SDV or cease them carrying them. Cablevision use the HD feed as wide screen on standard definition TV sets.
In addition to Berk32's explanation, Cablevision still has SD boxes out there but they are not put back in circulation as they are returned.
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So when is the West side of Manhattan getting Maxx. I heard early September, but I am not sure.
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So when is the West side of Manhattan getting Maxx. I heard early September, but I am not sure.


You have to be more specific with your location. Manhattan is divided into 2 headends and something like 7 or 8 hubs. All of Manhattan is scheduled to be complete by end of October.
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