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Cablevision and Tivo regarding HD channels.

Discussion in 'TiVo Coffee House - TiVo Discussion' started by DAccardi, Aug 17, 2012.

  1. DAccardi

    DAccardi Tivo Special Member

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    Cablevision has just launched the NFL Network on channel 150 in the NY/NJ area. If you use a regular cablevision box, channel 150 comes in HD. Not so on TiVo. Only in 480i. Will I have to cancel my tivo service and return back to a Cablevision DVR in order to get NFL Network HD? If that is the only way then I guess my 10 years of TiVo will come to an end :(. Anyone have any other info regarding this?
     
  2. DAccardi

    DAccardi Tivo Special Member

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    Nevermind. I found it on my own. Channel 795. Only thing I love more then my tivo is the NFL.
     
  3. klj

    klj Tivo Challenged

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    glad you found it but you would give up tivo because one station didn't come in hd?
     
  4. jjd_87

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    They show 1 game a week. Usually not even a good one. I love football but you gotta get your priorities in order dude.
     
  5. naich

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    Hey I had the same problem. Thanks! I love NFL Network and I was like... c'mon man! We finally get it after all these years and its SD!?
     
  6. DAccardi

    DAccardi Tivo Special Member

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    Cmon TiVo!!!! It's been 3 days now and you still dont know we got the NFL channel. That's ridiculous. "No information available" I have no idea what the hell is on NFL network. A Joe Schmoe should not be ahead of you on new channels coming up. Pretty pathetic!
     
  7. DAccardi

    DAccardi Tivo Special Member

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    RedZone channel is what its really all about and that comes with the NFL Network. Oh and yes, if we only got SD I would cancel TiVo. Its so limited in terms of on demand channels and they still have a few incompatible channels you just cant get with a TiVo box. So yeah I gave and am still giving them a long leash but they are far behind the times IMO. TiVo Suggestions is just about all TiVo has that seperates itself. My Xbox360 offers more in terms of on demand programming. That's sad.
     
  8. jjd_87

    jjd_87 Member

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    THAT'S WHY YOU HAVE A TIVO TO RECORD THE STUFF! I'll never understand what the draw is to On-Demand. Oh here use your DVR to watch a program that you can't skip the commercials in.
     
  9. compnurd

    compnurd Active Member

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    That could be a Cablevision issue... They need to tell Tribune who Tivo's gets it Guide info from about the channel and the change.. Then you will get it
     
  10. DAccardi

    DAccardi Tivo Special Member

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    I get the feeling you don't understand alot of things....... Like I said Xbox has more on demand then tivo, Oh...and guess what? They're COMMERCIAL FREE. So if you think that's worse then recording something with commercials that you have to skip, you go ahead and think that. Have a great day kiddo!
     
  11. jjd_87

    jjd_87 Member

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    And your paying for all those sources you superior mind you. :D
     
  12. DAccardi

    DAccardi Tivo Special Member

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    Crackle(free), Youtube(free), Netflix, EPIX, Hulu, HBO Go(Free for HBO subscribers), Manga(free), Zune MP, Vudu, ESPN3(free), Paramount Pictures, MLB.TV, NBC News(free), IGN(free), Syfy(free), Amazon VOD, CinemaNow, DailyMotion(free), Vevo(free) and the list goes on my friend, seriously.

    Tivo needs to step up their game in terms of video on demand.

    Better luck next time, have a great day kiddo.


    Tell your football coach "Dana" I said hi.
     

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