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Discussion in 'General DISH™ Discussion' started by RasputinAXP, Mar 22, 2010.
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Added the Split Arc bit. Thanks to Scooper for the nudge.
You'll need to change this - LNBF (ALL dishes using LNBF, not a LNB) a) doesn't do 'lock' b) capacitors doesn't 'fail' c) drift - it's a frequency changes , not timing circuit.
The drift is a term using to describe changes (deviation) of LOF (local oscillator's frequency) inside of the LNBF. Actually DP and DPP LNBFs has two LOFs.
Post a screenshot(s) with the diagnostics and we will explain each number on it.
ETF should be in the glossary, unless I missed it.
Added Hopper/Joey info.
Should you also add BB (Blockbuster) in the list of acronyms? That confused me at first.
I have a 722 which controls a 720 TV in my bedroom. There black bars on the top & bottom.
Hi, still crunching out some monthly fees before I make a commitment to HD.
What are the advantages/disadvantages of buying as opposed to leasing a receiver?
Ditto for the DVR. What fees are associated with leasing?
Can I still use my old 301 (the one that I am currently using) on one of my older Non HDTV sets when I sign up for HD?
Thanks for any help,
Second question needs an edit. It says "whole-hole DVR".
The only 'advantage' to buying over leasing is that you're not in a contract. The cost is the same regardless.
Using your 301 depends on whether or not you're in an Eastern Arc market; the 301 would be upgraded if you are.
Added how to enable bridging on the Hoppa.
If the 922 is the primary or only receiver on a Dish account, there is a $6/month account level DVR fee, and a $10/month DVR fee for the 922, effective 1Aug12.
Thanks for asking!
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Upgraded to a 722 and 211 and have an old 2800 receiver to dispose of. Is it ok to leave it with my trash collection & leave the smart card in it?
I have hopper and 2 joeys 2hdtv and 1 sd..any advantage to swapping out the sd to hd..able to record more shows?
if you changing TVs (am I right ?), then no difference; all hoppers/joeys are capable deliver HD to your TV (if you subscribed to HD channels).
Can DP 34 Switch work with Dish 1000.2 Dish?
Yes a DP34 can work with a 1000.2 dish but you would lose 1 output. 1000.2 uses DPP technology and would allow connecting 3 dual tuner receivers. The DP34 takes the dish backwards one generation of product and requires 2 cables to each dual tuner so it can support only 2 receivers. Why don't you go back to the DISH forum and ask what you really want to do?
Added the pricing info for 2013.