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Posted 13 August 2007 - 01:27 PM
Posted 13 August 2007 - 01:57 PM
Yeah, this officially makes Super Fan worth the money. If anything, it's another set on which to watch a game.
I wish we could get the NFL network games too....I have to be gone for Thanksgiving and damned if I'm going to a 'comtastic' part of the country and won't be able to see the colts play (unless i stream the video from my home computer to my laptop).
Good work D*!!!
"The Raiders will be back. I have unshakable confidence, the will to win, and I just know that the fire that burns brightest in this building is the will to win. And we will win. We will win."---Al Davis. Rest In Peace, Al
Posted 13 August 2007 - 08:49 PM
If the broadband offering proves successful, NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy said the league may consider intercepting the broadband product from DirecTV once the Sunday Ticket deal expires in 2010. "There is that potential," he said. "We're beginning to study those opportunities."
HR20-700S 1 line | Sony KP-51WS510 HDMI-DVI | Panasonic SC-HT95 | Polk Audio RC85i | Networked
R15-500 connected to an old Sanyo (1 line)
Vista Home Premium | BUFFALO WLI-TX4-G54HP | Comcast 6Mbps/Motorola SB5100 modem
Posted 13 August 2007 - 09:08 PM
Slimline (AU9-S) w/no multiswitch
(1) HR21-100 0x87F (7/8/08 Made in Mexico) via HDMI to Pioneer PDP-6020FD
(1) HR24-100 0x87F (11/9/10 Made in Thailand) via HDMI to Panasonic TC-P58S2