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HDNET movies and Universal HD move?

Discussion in 'DIRECTV Programming' started by KoRn, Mar 23, 2009.

  1. KoRn

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    We have the HD extra pack. HDNet Movies *, Channel 78 Universal HD *, Channel 74 Those channels are not there any more. Any one know what channels they moved to?

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    Found my answer down below. Doh! Please delete thread.
     
  2. mike558

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    If you have a mpeg-4 capable receiver, you'll find them on 552 for HDNET Movies and Universal HD is on 259.
     
  3. Paul Secic

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    What's so special about UniHD that they put it in a high tierr?:eek2::eek2:
     
  4. bobnielsen

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    Bainbridge...
    There is no SD version. HD Extra Pack is for HD channels which do not have a SD equivalent (HDNet is an exception).
     
  5. man_rob

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    Or, if DirecTV doesn't carry the SD version, as in the case of Crime and Investigation channel.
     
  6. l8er

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    Yeah, DIRECTV is making Abe Lincoln scream from being squeezed so hard with the HD Extra Pack.:D
     
  7. HarryD

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    Lehigh...
    You'll need a MPEG4 capable receiver and the Slimline dish to view them.
     
  8. KoRn

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    Thanks again guys. We can view the channels with no problem. We have a HR22 and the newest dish offered. :)
     
  9. paulman182

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    Huh? Getting HDNet Movies and MGM HD both in a $5 package is one of the best bargains in TV.
     

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