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#1 OFFLINE   phatmatt1215

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Posted 13 May 2009 - 06:12 PM

I am so sick of the GameSearch feature not working for me. I had a Brewers game set to record on 737-1 (Marlins feed) I went to watch it and the "searching for authorized content" came up. It didn't even bother searching for it. When I turned it to the 737 (Marlins SD feed), the the Game Search feature showed up. Does it only work when it's not recording originally on an HD Feed? I'm confused.

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#2 OFFLINE   inkahauts

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Posted 14 May 2009 - 12:12 AM

I am so sick of the GameSearch feature not working for me. I had a Brewers game set to record on 737-1 (Marlins feed) I went to watch it and the "searching for authorized content" came up. It didn't even bother searching for it. When I turned it to the 737 (Marlins SD feed), the the Game Search feature showed up. Does it only work when it's not recording originally on an HD Feed? I'm confused.


Ok, hold on.. Game search is both easy and complicated... How did you have your unit set up to record? ARSL or SL?

Is MLB extra innings doing dual feeds?

Does anyone know, are all MLB EI channels in your CIG list, even if a game is blacked out?

Also, don't they let people tune to the RSN channel OR the 700 channel for a feed?

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Posted 14 May 2009 - 06:48 AM

I am so sick of the GameSearch feature not working for me. I had a Brewers game set to record on 737-1 (Marlins feed) I went to watch it and the "searching for authorized content" came up. It didn't even bother searching for it. When I turned it to the 737 (Marlins SD feed), the the Game Search feature showed up. Does it only work when it's not recording originally on an HD Feed? I'm confused.

I see you are in Wisconsin. If you are in the Brewers home area, you will be blacked out from the Marlins telecast, and have to use the Brewers sports channel. I had to watch it on the Marlins network (737-1) as the Brewers broadcast (738-1) was blacked out for me.

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#4 OFFLINE   Steve

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Posted 14 May 2009 - 06:55 AM

I see you are in Wisconsin. If you are in the Brewers home area, you will be blacked out from the Marlins telecast, and have to use the Brewers sports channel. I had to watch it on the Marlins network (737-1) as the Brewers broadcast (738-1) was blacked out for me.

True, but according to the OP, GAMESEARCH kicked in (properly, as you point out) on the Marlin's SD channel, but not the Marlin's HD channel! :scratchin

Seems like the OP discovered an "issue", no? /steve
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Posted 14 May 2009 - 07:06 AM

True, but according to the OP, GAMESEARCH kicked in (properly, as you point out) on the Marlin's SD channel, but not the Marlin's HD channel! :scratchin

Seems like the OP discovered an "issue", no? /steve

Ok, I missed that on his original post. Guess I need my second cup of coffee in the morning before I read posts. Was thinking he was blocked out on both. My Bad.:nono2:

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Posted 14 May 2009 - 07:10 AM

Ok, I missed that on his original post. Guess I need my second cup of coffee in the morning before I read posts. Was thinking he was blocked out on both. My Bad.:nono2:

No need to feel bad. I just wanted to make sure I wasn't missing anything either! :lol:

I think Matt should report this is an "issue". Just my .02. /steve
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Posted 14 May 2009 - 01:38 PM

Is 737-1 a mirror of a part time rsn?




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