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    Re: Direct TV or Dish network?

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    I have directtv and it's solid.. Just hate the interruptions that come with storms
    If you have your dish professionally aligned, you will virtually never have that happen. They can "peak" the signal with a BirdDog or another electronic tool that does the same thing.

    I used to be a do-it-yourselfer and had that happen whenever a big storm was moving in, but since I've upgraded to HD, they insisted that a pro has to set it up because the HD was so tricky to align. In about three years I've NEVER had it cut out from anything including snow on the dish.

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    Re: Direct TV or Dish network?

    "PurplePackerEater" wrote:
    "V4L" wrote:
    I have directtv and it's solid.. Just hate the interruptions that come with storms
    If you have your dish professionally aligned, you will virtually never have that happen. They can "peak" the signal with a BirdDog or another electronic tool that does the same thing.

    I used to be a do-it-yourselfer and had that happen whenever a big storm was moving in, but since I've upgraded to HD, they insisted that a pro has to set it up because the HD was so tricky to align. In about three years I've NEVER had it cut out from anything including snow on the dish.
    We had ours professionally aligned and almost always lose the signal during major storms. Most of the time it is not gone for good ... but goes for a little bit ... and only for some channels.

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    Re: Direct TV or Dish network?

    "midgensa" wrote:
    "PurplePackerEater" wrote:
    "V4L" wrote:
    I have directtv and it's solid.. Just hate the interruptions that come with storms
    If you have your dish professionally aligned, you will virtually never have that happen. They can "peak" the signal with a BirdDog or another electronic tool that does the same thing.

    I used to be a do-it-yourselfer and had that happen whenever a big storm was moving in, but since I've upgraded to HD, they insisted that a pro has to set it up because the HD was so tricky to align. In about three years I've NEVER had it cut out from anything including snow on the dish.
    We had ours professionally aligned and almost always lose the signal during major storms. Most of the time it is not gone for good ... but goes for a little bit ... and only for some channels.
    You had a shitty lazy tech. Trust me, they're out there.

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