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SNY is HD in SE CT Now????


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#1 OFFLINE   Mike Bertelson

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Posted 20 April 2007 - 07:51 AM

Last night I found that I had two channel 625's again. The difference this time is that one of them was HD.

To be clear: (I hope :rolleyes: )

1. Up until about a week ago(now is 20APR07) I had no HD RSN's.

2. A few weeks ago I had two SNY's, YES's, and NESN's, all of which were SD.

3. Those in the NYC & Boston lil's had something similar but actually had HD versions these stations. I'm not in either lil.

4. The multiple versions of these channels went away and I had just one SD version of each.

5. Last night(19APR07), I set the guide to ALL CHANNELS and there were two channel 625's SNY & SNYH and the second was actually the HD version.

6. I previously posted a series of emails between me and SNY where they indicated I wouldn't get SNY in HD yet.
link - http://www.dbstalk.c...ad.php?p=903395

I live in Norwich, CT 06360.

Has anyone seen this? What's your zip?

Mike

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#2 OFFLINE   Jon D

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Posted 20 April 2007 - 12:50 PM

Last night I found that I had two channel 625's again. The difference this time is that one of them was HD.

To be clear: (I hope :rolleyes: )

1. Up until about a week ago(now is 20APR07) I had no HD RSN's.

2. A few weeks ago I had two SNY's, YES's, and NESN's, all of which were SD.

3. Those in the NYC & Boston lil's had something similar but actually had HD versions these stations. I'm not in either lil.

4. The multiple versions of these channels went away and I had just one SD version of each.

5. Last night(19APR07), I set the guide to ALL CHANNELS and there were two channel 625's SNY & SNYH and the second was actually the HD version.

6. I previously posted a series of emails between me and SNY where they indicated I wouldn't get SNY in HD yet.
link - http://www.dbstalk.c...ad.php?p=903395

I live in Norwich, CT 06360.

Has anyone seen this? What's your zip?

Mike


I live in Montville. Yeah. We get both SNY and YES in HD now. It's for real. Wish we would have had it last fall when they were playing Michigan State football games. Couldn't care less about baseball or NY teams for that matter. oh well. Hopefully once D10 goes up they'll have nearly all the sports pack channels in HD.




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