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What's the chances of getting DNS?


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#1 OFFLINE   Chris2

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Posted 19 September 2005 - 11:39 AM

I put my address in and directv says Grade A and Grade B for ABC, FOX etc, that i will need to put in a waiver to get them and they say " AFFILIATES RARELY GRANT A WAIVER FOR GRADE A SIGNALS. Much of the time, waiver requests for Grade B signals are not granted by affiliates either."

Is this true? I live in the middle of know where and can get ABC only with a antenna and it looks like crap.

What about getting ABC etc in HD?

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