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Quick question:

We moved into a house recently that has a partially obscured view of 101 and a somewhat better view of 119 and 110. Channels like CNN and Food Network really don't come in at all, whereas some programming like channel 100 and the HD channels come in great.

What birds are the Sunday Ticket (and Sunday Ticket HD) games usually broadcast on? I'm trying to decide if it's worth signing up this year, but since Sunday Ticket hasn't actually started, I don't know how to test to see if I will be able to get the channels or not.
 

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BALLS said:
Quick question:

We moved into a house recently that has a partially obscured view of 101 and a somewhat better view of 119 and 110. Channels like CNN and Food Network really don't come in at all, whereas some programming like channel 100 and the HD channels come in great.

What birds are the Sunday Ticket (and Sunday Ticket HD) games usually broadcast on? I'm trying to decide if it's worth signing up this year, but since Sunday Ticket hasn't actually started, I don't know how to test to see if I will be able to get the channels or not.
This year NFLST HD games will be on 110 or 119. We had a similar problem with my dad's place where when it was windy a tree would blow into the 101 line of site and those channels would be choppy and pixelated. The HD NFLST games came in fine.

ETA: the SD games will still be on 101.
 
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