quote:Originally posted by Dave Copmann: The only bright spot in my situation is that my locals are Denver and until they decide to make that spot beamed, I will still have networks across the U.S. When that changes, guess I will have to move to DTV.
Well that is the work around. You simply have to use an LA, NY or Denver address and you will get those locals anywhere in the conus beam. Those feeds are not spot beamed.....for now
I use my brothers NY address and get locals on DN from 8100 to 8118. Currently working in NC and our other receiver in Baja, Mexico
Posts: 439 | From: Elias Calle B.C.S. Mexico/Raleigh, NC | Registered: Dec 2004
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Bill: I lied, I have another question based on your post about AllAmerican Direct. Do you feel I would be better off signing up for this program rather than going with Direct TV and having to change the LNB's. I have someone from Direct due out Sunday to install the system so I need an answer ASAP. Thanks a bunch. Bob
At this point no one knows anything about AllAmerican's guidelines and there is no information available to give you a good answer. There is no mention of DNS for RVers so at this point it's a total crap shoot as to what they may or may not be able to do.
-------------------- Bill Adams Winegard Company Posts: 15681 | From: Traveling the Western US | Registered: May 2003
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I was watching Dish tonight and the Pres and VPres were on and they said that one option for those who have lost DNS was to go with All American Direct. This sure is a big bag of worms.Please keep all of us posted. Thanks Bob