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I wish!

sugarshay
10-03-2007, 09:29 PM
All the channels being scrambled all over is a bit confusing...I wish DTV would have stayed with the old method and keep everything in the 70's. And I would prefer they do away with the SD channels, having two channels in the guide is the worst. All in all I have been pretty satisfied with the hd channels and the quality of the pictures, my channels have been working for 27hrs, lets see how long that last.

DodgerKing
10-03-2007, 09:51 PM
All the channels being scrambled all over is a bit confusing...I wish DTV would have stayed with the old method and keep everything in the 70's. And I would prefer they do away with the SD channels, having two channels in the guide is the worst. All in all I have been pretty satisfied with the hd channels and the quality of the pictures, my channels have been working for 27hrs, lets see how long that last.
Actually, I prefer the HD channels located next to the SD channels. It is much less confusing when it comes to remembering were each channels is located. Besides, in your favorites, you can eliminate the SD versions anyway.

mcbeevee
10-04-2007, 05:20 AM
Also, it could be difficult to place 100 channels between 70 and 79. ;)

holtzd
10-04-2007, 12:09 PM
So just setup your favorites to show only the channels you want.

mystic7
10-04-2007, 12:36 PM
Also, it could be difficult to place 100 channels between 70 and 79. ;)

You beat me to the punch. I shouldn't have wasted all that time doing the math :eyecrazy

IamMrDJ
10-04-2007, 12:57 PM
Also, it could be difficult to place 100 channels between 70 and 79. ;)

I could just see the new guide.
Channel 70 Section L Subset III: 70-L-III

I like having the HD and SD channels next to one another because I know where all the SD channels are now and having the HD channel show up first makes it easy to see the program in HD first.

I will still watch stuff on the SD channel if it is not broadcast in HD especially if they feel like stretching it on the HD Channel.