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Discussion in 'General DISH™ Discussion' started by Stewart Vernon, Jun 8, 2012.
Dish with 2 HDTV.
Dish - 3 HDTVs now, but will connect another to my 2 Hopper 2 Joey system when I'm done using the extra Joey to access the second Hopper from my main TV.
Dish AT2(5/0)0, 3 HDTVs, 1 hopper and 1 joey.
We finally bought 2 Sony HDTV's X-mas 2.5 yrs ago. We FINALLY upgraded our DIsh account to HD Recievers last August!
2 Sony HDTVs, 32in, 42in
My nephew bought himself a 19in Vizio HDTV, (however, he only uses it for his playstation, the Dish 211 in his room is connected to an SDTV) so officially 3 in the household.
6 SDTV's, 1 is a portable 7in TV/tuner/dvd combo currently connected composite to my 722k & coaxialy to the OTA ant. Have different 7in'er under counter TV mounted in the kitchen. All SDTV's are "Home distributed" from the dish receivers, so all Dish tuners are viewable on different channels.
Four receivers, two actual TV's, one a Sammy plasma, one a Sammy LCD. Other two are Samsung monitors, one of which sits next to my main LR TV.
2 HDTVs, and Dish subscriber
DISH and OTA as providers. Technically though I said 3 plus Only 2 are true HD 4 others are SD CRT with ATSC tuners built in. Seeing they process HD signals and produce great pictures they won't be replaced until they die.
50" Panasonic plasma monitor
20" Supersonic ac/dc double duty, house/RV
32" Sony CRT(that works sometime):nono: end of the line for Sony products:hurah:
60", 42", 40", 37", 24"
Dish, 2 HDTV's. 1 722 with a 1.5TB EHD. 2nd TV hooked up to rabbit ears only for locals.
1 X 73" 3D DLP
1 X 51" 3D Plasma
1 X 36" LCD
2 X 22" LCD
2 X 19" LCD
DirecTV with 4 HD TV's
LG 55-LK530 LCD Smart TV 1080p , 120 Hz , 2ms(HR34) Living Room
Magnavox LCD 32- MF338B 720p, 60 Hz, 5ms (HR23) Master Bedroom
Philips LED 22-PFL4507 720p ,60 Hz, 8ms (H25) Oldest Daughter Bedroom
Emerson LED 22-LEM220 720p,60 Hz, 8ms (D12) Youngest Daughter Bedroom
The 2 Girls rooms have wall mounts that swing right over their beds, so they only sit about 3-4 feet away. And those are 2 months old, so no upgrades there for awhile. I will be upgrading the D12 receiver to H25, maybe this week.
Living Room TV (LG 55 is only 14 months old, and works fantastic. Consumer reports put it in 3rd place and I have to agree. Easy to use, way better picture then the $3000, Sony KDL 52 that lasted all of 3 years and broke.
Don't care anything about 3D so this LG is here to stay for quite some time.
The Magnavox is 5 years old. It cost me $500 new, and still NO issues Knock on wood. And its been on 8-12 hours a day since we've had it. (Yes wife needs to sleep with TV on).
But I will replace this with Most likly another Magnavox or LG 32, Maybe a 37. Just depends on price. Don't care if its 1080p either! Don't need 1080p in my bedroom.
50" Panasonic DLP Living Room
37" Magnavox LCD Master Bedroom
37" Sylvania LCD Office
37" Sylvania LCD Garage
26" Hanspree LCD Son's Room
Currently with DirecTV (2 HR20-100s and 2 HR20-700s).
Have a 47" Vizio 1080p LCD, 42" Vizio 1080p LCD, 42" LG 1080p, 42" Hitachi Plasma, 37" Vizio 720p LCD (rarely watched, in basement) attached to XBox 360.
3 HTPCs and 2 XBox 360s. Probably switch to FiOS shortly with 2 Ceton Cable Card tuners for 8 recording streams. Also have an HD Home Run for OTA on my home network plus OTA HDTV tuners in the HTPCs.
I have two Sharp HD sets. My 37" Sharp Aquas is 10801. My set in the bedroom is a 22" Sharp 720.
Dish, 4 HD TVs, no Hopper, no Joey.
3 HDtvs 2 on Dish SD,
Dish with 2 and 2
Dish, 5 hdtv, 1 sd (2 hoppers, 4 joeys)
Dish with 4 HD TVs.