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Watching the game at Penn State

Discussion in 'DIRECTV General Discussion' started by PSUfan, Sep 5, 2007.

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  1. PSUfan

    PSUfan Cool Member

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    I just purchased a dual line LNB dish to bring with me to the game. I have an hr10-250 that i will be using to hook it up to. Will I need a diplexer or anything else in order to hook it up and have a picture. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance!

    Shane
     
  2. Stuart Sweet

    Stuart Sweet The Shadow Knows!

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    As far as I know, hookup, aim and go, but of course with a 2LNB you won't be able to get channels on some satellites.
     
  3. dshu82

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    Go PSU! Big whooping on ND this weekend..... Wish I was there. Parents live up near Carbondale.
     
  4. reverett1522

    reverett1522 Cool Member

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    You'll only be able to get channels off 101, no HD, but if you're not bringing an HDTV set then it wont matter.

    A 3 LNB dish will get you the ESPN's in HD, and you can pull locals OTA if you want to get HD, which is what I'm doing.

    Rob
     
  5. dvisthe

    dvisthe Legend

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    The game is on NBC OTA. isn't it?
     
  6. JDubbs413

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    Accoring to Penn State's website the game is going to be aired on ESPN.
     
  7. dvisthe

    dvisthe Legend

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    Sorry, I thought all ND games were on NBC, my wrong:nono2:
     
  8. tonyd79

    tonyd79 Hall Of Fame

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    Only home games. In college, the home team owns the rights to the game, so Penn State and the Big Ten own the rights to the game.
     
  9. Bill Johnson

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    As further clarification, BTN and the home team don't have exclusive rights to BTN games. ABC, ESPN, and ESPN2 still have first choice to nationally televise any game through 2016 as a result of a national rights contract the Big Ten Conference awarded last year to ABC/ESPN.
     
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