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Dual tuner DIRECTV without two cables?

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#21 OFFLINE   raoul5788

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Posted 15 March 2010 - 02:25 PM

It was a new residential install... two HD DVRs and a regular SD receiver in the bedroom... Oh and I forgot to mention, the DirecTV tech could not activate any receiver until the signal was over 90%... He couldn't activate one receiver in the basement, until he replaced an existing cable... the signal was 88... after he replaced the cable... signal went to 97/98...


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Hmm, I thought the threshold was 80%.

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