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Moving to a condo with HOA service


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#1 OFFLINE   Desert Goat

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Posted 08 January 2013 - 10:48 PM

I have been a D* subscriber almost continuously for the past 10+ years. Here in Arizona, I own a condo and I have my dish mounted on the roof per HOA guidelines.

I am moving to South Florida later this month, and the condo I am renting there has HOA-provided D* service through a company called TCI. I have a couple of questions that maybe some of you can help me out with:

1. I am an annual NFLST subscriber. Will I still be able to subscribe using the HOA-provided flavor of D*?

2. I currently have the Whole Home DVR setup with an HR-24 half full of unwatched shows in the living room and an H24 in the bedroom. Will I be able to keep my current receivers using the new condo's system, and will I be able to maintain the Whole-Home setup?


I apologize if these are newbie questions, I have just not had any experience with D* outside of the traditional "one dish for one house" kind of setup.


Thanks in advance,

John

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#2 OFFLINE   P Smith

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Posted 08 January 2013 - 11:09 PM

it they use IP based distribution you will not get same setup, albeit most likely could preserve your programming...
I would call TCI and get all the answers from them directly or you will get bunch guesses here :)




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