DirecTV doesn't support those anymore.double said:does anyone know where i can obtain a few of these sets, i really need 3 desperately.
double,CJTE said:DirecTV doesn't support those anymore.
If you get them, You'll have a lot of trouble with activation, and programming. Especially considering most CSRs dont even know what it is.http://www.summitsource.com/product_info.php?ref=1&products_id=6138
They're listed here for $470, and appearantly you can order more than 1
I expected that, but didnt look well enough.JLucPicard said:double,
I agree with CJTE. There is one on eBay right now for $125 (4 days left on auction-TV and power cord only), but I don't know if you'd be able to get it activated.
I did see the Summit Source listing, but below the listing it also states "This product is no longer available for purchase."
You could buy 50 Sat-Go'swingrider01 said:Really sorry they discontinued these, have a project currently in progress that 50 of these would have worked perfectly for. Now I am back to trying to figure out how to mount a Directv reciever and a small flat panel in a very limited space
Check out the iLine receivers (in some bars)rudeney said:These were such a great idea! Maybe what D* could do instead of trying to make a TV with a built-in receiver is to make the receiver in such a way that it can be bolted between the VESA wall mount and the TV and have a pass-through AC power port. It would be a great way to add D* unobtrusively to a wall-mounted TV for the kitchen, bathroom, patio, etc.