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Discussion in 'DIRECTV HD DVR/Receiver Discussion' started by Rich, Jun 10, 2018.

  1. Rich

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    I want to record all MLB games on my HR44, how do I phrase that?

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  2. inkahauts

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    What teams and what channels are they on?
     
  3. TheRatPatrol

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    Do you want every single game?
    Will you have enough tuners for that?
    What about duplicate games?

    You could try
    AALL MLB EXTRA INNINGS HD CCHANS 721 749 Sports, baseball

    Not sure how you would do games on ESPN?
     
  4. Rich

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    All teams that show up on D* in my area (NYC). Any channels.

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    Don't think that will work. Must be some way to do this...

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  6. TheRatPatrol

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    Do you want to record ALL baseball games, or just ones in NYC, Yankees and Mets?

    You won't know until you try. This should at least give you all the games on MLBEI. Like I said, I'm not sure how you would do games on other channels, such as ESPN, FS1, TBS.
     
  7. inkahauts

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    What are your local rsns channels? FYI May take a few days for me to get back to this as well...

    Frankly the genie sports records by choosing the teams and setting a season record should catch them all easily. Works great in Los Angeles.
     
  8. Rich

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    I just set the 44 to record most MLB teams, let's see how that works.

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