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Discussion in 'DIRECTV HD DVR/Receiver Discussion' started by kram, Jun 14, 2017.
Doesn't show up for me yet in the Dallas area.
It is for sale on solid signal and shows up for me to order on directv
Shows up for me to order on DirecTV, but since it seems like a downgrade to my HR54, not sure why I'd want it.
No ****. Especially considering the fact that the last few pages of that thread are about rain fade and the HR44. It's a useless slog.
It does show for NE Indiana via the DTv website for 399.00
It also shows up at Solid Signal for 299.00
I'm seeing it in "Order New Equipment" on DIRECTV's website.
600 for me to upgrade Decisions Decisions
Not listed in Denver. But it does appear on the "Compare Equipment" page. So who knows....
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Took less than a minute for me to figure out I didn't want it.
I am in NJ I just called and was able to get it. They are installing it in a couple days
Did they give you any sort or deal or anything? Just curious since solid signal is 100 bucks cheaper
Has anyone tried the AM-21 box on the HS-17? If so what are the reviews?
Interesting note on Solid Signal's page for the HS17, for those with the international dish, saying the upgrade is expected early 2018. Perhaps the availability of the legacy reverse band LNB has been pushed back?
Not that it matters, since you don't need it until they start broadcasting on reverse band, which I was told was Q3 2018. Though if the availability of the legacy reverse band LNB gets pushed back to early 2018, I would expect the start of reverse band broadcasting to be pushed back as well...
The AM21 is not supported on the HS17. Directv does not have a way to integrate OTA with the HS17, and none is rumored at this time. We can hope they come out with a new OTA solution - ideally ATSC 3.0 ready - but it is probably more likely they are dropping OTA support entirely.
Thank you. I will upgrade when the OTA is available. I like my am-21 for "metv" and other network that is NOT available from the satellite.
I found this install video its from AT&T University and it says it can support up to eight clients.
From the hands on review from Solidsignal: "Genie 2 and installers will be equipped with an app on their phones which will aid in the process.". Any idea if the general public will have access? I looked an nothing on the IOS Appstore yet. I get you can use a mini to do it as well but an app would also be a nice option.
That app is only for installing the HS-17. It's shown in the video above.
You won’t be able to get it, and really, the is zero need for you to anyway. All it is is a mirror for a client if y’all u don’t have the clients installed yet. And why on earth would you ever turn it on without clients already installed too is beyond me..
You may be waiting for enternity. AM21 support is going away