Originally Posted by FlashJordan
I was at my parents home (FIOS HD) for the first half and the macroblocking/compression artifacts were just as bad there as they were on D* 95 at my house for the second half. ...
Originally Posted by Rpbertxyz
"Ouch. Well i think i'll still try and locate a 10-250 and wait until they iron out all the issues with the 20-700."
I sold my 10-250 on ebay (which I got from Directv for free) and got the...
Originally Posted by homerx
Why not. Just go with dish net. What does D* offer over dish network. Or are you just locked into a agrement
I'm with you. Although I'm a charter D* subscriber since 1994,...
Originally Posted by jambroni
Well, I finally got my HD DNS shutoff letter from Directv last week and after several calls to Directv, I realize there is no way to stop this.
So, this thread is my apology to...
Originally Posted by jacmyoung
National PBS feed would be nice, saves a ton of bandwidth.
WTVS Detroit runs the PBS National Loop 24/7. It's on Star Choice Channel 288. There is no extra charge for their hi-def package. It has...
Originally Posted by Little Dude 1
How do you get the Bay Area spot beam? Do you just call and say that you are moving like others have? Then just go through the guided set-up with a zip code change? I am in Sacramento, so I...
Originally Posted by Bassball23bb
When I heard that DirecTv was going to offer Giants games in HD of FSN Bay Area I was excited until I found out the spot beam that transmits the signal did not extend into the...
Originally Posted by Bob Hess
Well, all of our communication from the network said HD. It was not in HD. Verified with the Boston station. Sorry.
Too bad the Boston Pops was not in HD. As a former...
Originally Posted by NatomasMike
How well do the antennas work that clip-on to satellite dishes in terms of getting HDTV locals?? I'm about 30 miles from the towers (N. Natomas) with no real hills or nearby buildings to block...