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HD Slingbox - anyone getting good HD video over internet


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#1 OFFLINE   J Blow

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Posted 01 October 2010 - 03:58 PM

OK, I know this is dependent on the up and down speed of the internet but I'm wondering if anyone is getting good quality HD programming through their Slingbox away from home - via the internet obviously.

I am in a place now that I can not use my dish and really need my DTV. I could sling it to my new location from my old thus being able to use the dish there. I'd really like to use my new tv in my current place to capture the HD content meaning I'd like to NOT just be able to watch it on my computer. I'm not quite sure what to use to make that happen as it seems unlikely I have the proper outputs on my laptop to simply display the picture on my LCD.

Any ideas? Anyone doing this? If I could get this accomplished is there a chance I'd have video quality rivaling DTV straight from the box?

Thanks.

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