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: October 03, 2008, 10:42:24 AM

The NFL Network is replaying the Bucs Super Bowl game on tv on October 13th at 4:30am.   Id love to record it but Brighthouse wont carry the NFL Network!   

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#1 : October 03, 2008, 10:46:36 AM

Thanks for the heads up.

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#2 : October 03, 2008, 12:56:30 PM

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#3 : October 03, 2008, 01:20:20 PM

it rains too much for Direct-TV.  Plus, their interface for the DVRs is SIMPLY HORRIBLE!   Its so much better to go with Tivo HD DVR and use cable cards in it for regular cable.   Brighthouse just needs to bite the bullet and get with the times...   get the NFL Network

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#4 : October 03, 2008, 01:32:49 PM

Thanks, FloridaNative.

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#5 : October 03, 2008, 01:35:15 PM

Just buy the DVD from Amazon, it's got the game plus you get watch Merril Hoge backtrack off his 'Raiders are gonna win da Super Bowl' stance. 6 years on he's still clueless.

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#6 : October 03, 2008, 02:21:50 PM

it rains too much for Direct-TV.  Plus, their interface for the DVRs is SIMPLY HORRIBLE!   Its so much better to go with Tivo HD DVR and use cable cards in it for regular cable.   Brighthouse just needs to bite the bullet and get with the times...   get the NFL Network

My DirecTV doesn't go out -- even in rain.  And DirecTV has renewed its partnership with TiVo.  Soon, they'll be back to TiVo for their HD receivers.


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#7 : October 03, 2008, 02:34:18 PM

The NFL Network is replaying the Bucs Super Bowl game on tv on October 13th at 4:30am.   Id love to record it but Brighthouse wont carry the NFL Network!   

4:30am.....that's when my buzz starts wearing off...

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#8 : October 03, 2008, 05:34:06 PM

Thanks for the headsup.

Bout to watch it haha


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#9 : October 03, 2008, 06:33:35 PM

it rains too much for Direct-TV.  Plus, their interface for the DVRs is SIMPLY HORRIBLE!   Its so much better to go with Tivo HD DVR and use cable cards in it for regular cable.   Brighthouse just needs to bite the bullet and get with the times...   get the NFL Network

My DirecTV doesn't go out -- even in rain.  And DirecTV has renewed its partnership with TiVo.  Soon, they'll be back to TiVo for their HD receivers.

Does ESPN have really bad data corruption on the broadcast? Because with Brighthouse in Orlando ESPN and several other HD channels comes out with mistimed audio and artifacts in the video feed. I haven't tried DirectTV since its inception and I wasn't impressed with it.

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#10 : October 03, 2008, 07:33:40 PM

it rains too much for Direct-TV.  Plus, their interface for the DVRs is SIMPLY HORRIBLE!   Its so much better to go with Tivo HD DVR and use cable cards in it for regular cable.   Brighthouse just needs to bite the bullet and get with the times...   get the NFL Network

FN - sometimes when I read your posts I begin to believe it rains every day of your life...

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#11 : October 03, 2008, 07:47:08 PM

No kiddin.. Im on the east coast and it rains here a plenty. Rain fade is NOT NEAR the issue it was back in 1994 at launch and it wasnt much of an issue then either. As for their DVR.. It beats the hell out of Comcasts... Its actually not bad. Ill have to concur with dbuc above as well... 

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#12 : October 03, 2008, 09:04:07 PM

it rains too much for Direct-TV.  Plus, their interface for the DVRs is SIMPLY HORRIBLE!   Its so much better to go with Tivo HD DVR and use cable cards in it for regular cable.   Brighthouse just needs to bite the bullet and get with the times...   get the NFL Network
You're full of crap dude. I have had DircTV for 10 years. Lived in New England with Blizzads and live now in Kansas City Missouri with massive Thunder storms and Tornadoes.  The signal goes out so infrequently, it's hilarious that you cable nerds still buy into that Cable advertising gimmick.

With the infrequent amount of times it goes out, and when it does, it' might be for 5 minutes, coupled with you have to actually be watching at the time it does go out. It's completely worth every penny.



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#13 : October 04, 2008, 05:17:11 AM

i just dont like Directtv is all

Fios is the best I think, and they have NFL network

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#14 : October 04, 2008, 09:41:48 AM

I havent a choice. If i want to watch my fav football every week then DTV is all I got. Until they lose their exclusive for Sunday Ticket, im stuck. Man, i remember the first year i think i paid $99 for the package... Im pretty sure its up to about $250 now.. Still worth every penny to me though.
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