Originally posted by drguava
THanks for the update but the fact is that your station still can't be tuned in on at least the RCA DTC 100 which is what I own.
I have sent you an Email asking what are your engineers doing to solve this problem and I have not heard anything from you.
Then your update above does not even mention anything on my problem.
Your station is the only station I can't tune in and it has something to do on your end.
So again I am very happy that some of your customers are happy with the service you are providing but I for one am very dissapointed.
Although I understand your frustration and technically, you absolutely should be able to receive WPTV-DT and all all the H/DTV broadcasts with your RCA DTC100, but with all due respect, you may want to think about investing a few more bucks to get yourself a newer, updated D*TV/OTA H/DTV receiver. For example, since Sony now has the HD-300 receiver out, I bet you can pick up last year's Sony HD-200 at a very good price somewhere (I have this receiver and it's fantastic; I'm sure they made a few improvements with the HD-300). I also understand that D*TV currently has a good deal on a HD receiver (I think it's a Hughes or LG).
It's great that you're obviously an early adopter, purchasing I believe was one of the first HD D*TV/OTA receivers (RCA DTC100), but just like computers and other high-tech toys, these HD receivers get outdated very quickly, with newer and much improved versions out each year.
Also, I think this scenario has happened in the past...it seems like just when WPTV-DT is finally sending out stable, quality HD broadcasts, someone complains about older receivers, then WPTV-DT makes a change, and suddenly, they have pixelization, screen freezes, or an audio sync issue again for all of us...I hope this won't be the case.
Sorry, I'm not trying to rain on your parade; I just don't want them to muck it up again for everbody. In addition, with my suggestion, you'll be happier in the long run with a much better D*TV/OTA HD receiver.