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Do DISH receivers do 1080p


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#21 OFFLINE   RasputinAXP

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Posted 03 February 2013 - 05:39 PM

In my wallet? Nah.

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Sometimes I update the Dish Network FAQ

AT200, Hopper & 360 via HDMI to Onkyo 505 to basement 42" Westy, Hopper via Comp-over-Cat5 to living room 42" Vizio with a Roku 3, Joey to Toshiba 32" LCD with a Logitech Revue. You want fries with that? Pull up to the 2nd window.


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#22 OFFLINE   Michael P

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Posted 04 February 2013 - 05:38 PM

they keep silence and don't admit the fact of cutting resolution on all HD feeds from 1920 to 1440 ... I'm wondering why competitiors do not expolit the argument ?


One of the first things I did when I finally got my first HDTV at Christmastime was to compare one of my HD locals via Dish with the OTA signal during a football game. I could not see a difference on my 32" 720p set.
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#23 OFFLINE   Hoosier205

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Posted 04 February 2013 - 05:43 PM

One of the first things I did when I finally got my first HDTV at Christmastime was to compare one of my HD locals via Dish with the OTA signal during a football game. I could not see a difference on my 32" 720p set.


Well...

...on my 32" 720p set.


DTV = Digital Television




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