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Discussion in 'DIRECTV General Discussion' started by dgordo, Sep 14, 2005.

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  1. dgordo

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    I used to know of a link on the D* website that would show you what RSN was available in your area but I can't find it anymore. Does anyone remember where that page is?
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  2. dgordo

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    Thanks :)
     
  3. durl

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    Another thing to keep in mind is that if you subscribe to the Sports Pack, you'll receive an additional RSN.
     
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    You will receive all the RSN's D* carries, but in most cases professional sports will be blacked out on RSN's outside of your home market. An exception to this are areas where two or more teams claim it. I live in Utah and with D* and the sports pack, I can get the Rockies on FSN-RM and with the sports pack I can watch the D-backs on FSN-AZ.
     
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    Yes, I should have been more clear on my response. By default you get one RSN as your home region. When you subscribe to the Sports Pack, you receive a second "home" RSN. My example is that Fox Sports South is my default RSN. By subscribing to the Sports Pack, I get Fox Sports Ohio as a secondary "home" and get Cincinnati Reds games.
     
  6. TheRatPatrol

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    Thats interesting, I have the sports pack and don't get a secondary RSN with professional sports. I guess its the area of the country you live in.

    BTW, is there a list of which RSN's broadcast in HD?

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  7. Kheldar

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    The secondary RSN is only in certain areas.
     
  8. durl

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    Interesting. I figured that everybody in the country could get a secondary RSN. You learn something new every day I suppose.

    Here's a link to an FSN-HD schedule: http://msn.foxsports.com/name/HD
     
  9. TheRatPatrol

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    Thanks for the link!

    Thats interesting though......I don't know if my local Cox cable is broadcasting FSN-AZ-HD because I don't see it in their HD lineup. But then again I don't have Cox cable so I don't know. :)
     
  10. gopherscot

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    Well some, like me, get the main RSN (Comcast Chicago) ... but also receive Fox North and Fox Midwest. Very lucky and makes the sports pack worthwhile.
     
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