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Hopper / Joey Setup Question


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#1 OFFLINE   DishTim

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Posted 19 March 2012 - 09:28 AM

I presently have one 722K receiver downstairs. TV 1 is connected to 2 HD TV's.

TV 2 feeds 3 standard def TV's.

What type of Hopper Joey setup would I need? How much more per month would it cost? Is it worth it?
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#2 OFFLINE   VDP07

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Posted 19 March 2012 - 10:36 AM

Assuming you connect your existing tv's in a similar fashion, 2 outputs to 5 tv's, including any upfront upgrade costs, your bill will increase by $11 a month. 1 Hopper feeding 2 HD tv's. 1 Joey mirrored to 3 SD tv's via a modulator using the composite output of the Joey. If you feel the additional features a H/J setup are worth $11 mo., then I say go for it.




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