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#21 OFFLINE   stlmike

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Posted 09 May 2010 - 09:28 AM

Thanks, LL. I haven't looked seriously into DECA and can't remember all the details. I diplexed my OTA and am happy enough with a hard-wired network.



Same here. No desire to change.

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#22 OFFLINE   RobertE

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Posted 09 May 2010 - 12:26 PM

Looks like MRV/DECA goes national on the 11th.
Charge for direct to come out and hook up is $99 for the hardware and $49 for the installation. The 3 dollar a month charge seems fair. I'm going to try my current home networking that's already hard wired first if my second DVR gets here in time. Not looking good if they go MRV nation wide on the 11th. The DECA will most likely work the best for streaming HD anyways, if I can't try out the beta home networking.


It's the 13th, not the 11th.
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#23 OFFLINE   gator1234

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Posted 10 May 2010 - 11:32 AM

Looks like MRV/DECA goes national on the 11th.
Charge for direct to come out and hook up is $99 for the hardware and $49 for the installation. The 3 dollar a month charge seems fair. I'm going to try my current home networking that's already hard wired first if my second DVR gets here in time. Not looking good if they go MRV nation wide on the 11th. The DECA will most likely work the best for streaming HD anyways, if I can't try out the beta home networking.


Isn't it pretty simple to hook this up yourself? Why would anyone pay $49 for installation assuming you already have SIMS.

#24 OFFLINE   litzdog911

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Posted 10 May 2010 - 12:39 PM

Isn't it pretty simple to hook this up yourself? Why would anyone pay $49 for installation assuming you already have SIMS.


Really? I'm surprised you need to ask. Some folks can barely unscrew a coax connector!
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