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Discussion in 'DIRECTV General Discussion' started by Stuart Sweet, May 18, 2010.
I had to call today about Hallmark, they reset and is working now.
I think its funny how lately directv has been using the tvmail feature for almost every little annoucement but now that they actually launch 5 HD channels they dont send any message....wierd.
These next please!
BBC America HD
E! Entertainment Television HD
History International HD
With the exception of G4 (I am a bitter techTV viewer) I agree.
I second that. But we really need The Pentagon Channel if you want to honor our service people.
Finally see some full screen HD on Hallmark Movie Channel.
There is nothing wrong with those signal levels... but it is your dish.
My signals are all 97+ on D12.
Yeah me too, but I get my fix from Revision3 and TWiT but still not the same, Call for Help was my favorite.
I briefly met Leo Laporte at CES in '04. Could not have been nicer, or more down to earth.
I agree with these 100%...order for me would be:
Everyone asking for IFC HD is going to be bitterly disappointed unless they change their ways. They have virtually no genuine HD. It's practically a Stretch-O-Thon 24/7. It's actually worse than the SD channel in this regard.
I had the same error on my HR20-700 (and perhaps others, didn't check yet). The refresh link you provided did the trick just fine. You deserve and "attaboy" for that one, Tom!
Let me be the last to say that D12 is fine and will be in service as planned.
Yeah, what a disappointment!
I believe the term is "on service." :lol:
.....and who cares about Comcast Philadelphia, right? Besides the Phillies?
While we're wishing for more HD channels, I'll send a request up the line for HD PBS. I get the national PBS feed in beautiful SD....so grainy and dark most of the time you don't want to watch it.
1. E! HD
2. Tru TV HD /nat geo wild hd
3. WeTV HD
4. G4 HD
5. BBCA HD
6. Wealth TV HD
I doubt it. DirecTV's SD feeds are so unwatchably blurry I'll take the SD content on the HD feed any day, even if it is stretch-o-vision.