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Started by Jack 1000, Sunday Dec 19, 2010, 08:18:54 pm
Quote from: Jack 1000;57197Why doesn't TWC want to provide help on a public forum like the competition does
Quote from: Jack 1000;57195Some years ago, I read that TWC had at least 80% of its subs on a Digital Box, so I don't know how much smaller they expect that 20% analog audience to get before they go to an all-digital format.Jack
Quote from: Xizer;57198They do.https://secure.dslreports.com/forum/timewarnerdirect
Quote from: ddeerrff;57201The way that dslreports site is set up, it's more of a PM than a public forum. Other than the thread title, you can't even read others problems. Don't know how that is really any different than emailing TWC support. IMHO, it's just about useless.
Quote from: gparris;57206Last night , I had severe tearing and breakups on channels 1004 and 1005. Recorded channels had little problem for a time, then pixelation errors and breakups during viewing, so it must be the TWC system. Just as an experiment, I watched a show with my friend's Directv feed over the phone, just to see what it was, it was TWC's crappy SDV system, as his DirectvHD picture was (as usual), perfect over the hour's show viewing. He asked me if I had weather problems, jokingly, as that is cable's usual "line".I responded back that I get so-called satellite picture breakups at no extra charge anytime, with TWC. He laughed and then apologized. -I guess that is why it is called DirectTV, because you don't have to go through cable lines, SDV and other garbage to get your HD signal, huh?:huh?:
Quote from: LoadStar;57207Neither 1004 nor 1005 are SDV channels. Those are clear QAM channels.
Quote from: Xizer;57204lol, dude's been bitching about Time Warner Cable for months and how he can't get in touch with them properly and now that he finally has an opportunity to get some direct support with some techs he won't spend a few seconds to make an account at BBR and post a thread about his problems at a board that Time Warner employees actually read.This whole thread is one long rollercoaster of fail. :rolleyes:
Quote from: Jack 1000;57209OK! I will plan to put the bookmark back again!Jack
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