How Many TVs Do You Use It On?

dtvnerd

DTVUSA Member
#1
In your house, how many do you use your dish service on? How many boxes did you buy to be able to have your house broadcasted with a satellite signal?

Right now, I have 3 tvs with a box on it. I use each tv everyday. I don't think I could live without them.
 

d3stiny

DTVUSA Jr. Member
#2
since i am just alone and my pad is not that big, i only have one TV. Better to have one than nothing at all, even though i don't watch Tv i still keep it on as my background music. When my fav.shows are already showing then that's the time i did find time hanging in my sofa with my tv.
 

casey

DTVUSA Member
#3
All of the tvs in my house are DTV ready, and can receive a digital broadcast when it is signaled through the nation. So, I guess that is somewhere around the 5 range. I don't have tvs everywhere in my house, just the necessities.
 

kat77

DTVUSA Member
#4
I have about 4 television that on the receiver. I can't believe the tech. who do all the wiring for 4hrs because he had to work up so more cable lines to the house.
 

kat77

DTVUSA Member
#5
I want to asked also do anyone have to pay for the pole to be dug in their home. The tech charge me about $45 for a pole and 10 for every 10ft length. I felt con out of $$$
 

kotosof

DTVUSA Jr. Member
#6
In your house, how many do you use your dish service on? How many boxes did you buy to be able to have your house broadcasted with a satellite signal?

Right now, I have 3 tvs with a box on it. I use each tv everyday. I don't think I could live without them.
Same here before actually. Couldn't keep up with the electric bills later so I'm using 1 now only.
 

cherokeeflyer

DTVUSA Jr. Member
#7
I have four HD DVRs on three TVs. I have two DVRs on the living room TV. We tend to tape most network shows, sometimes recording a whole season before watching the first episode. Of course to pull this off, I have to increase the hard drive size.
 
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