[SATLUG] Time Warner Cable
jonkelley at gmail.com
Tue May 17 15:41:10 CDT 2011
You're right. I thought analog ran inside of the same wavelength making the
two incompatible on the same wire. In DFW we had Charter and when Digital
was taking over they shut down their analog service. This was back in 1999.
I had no clue TimeWarner left their analog system online.
Sadly I only like: Discovery, CSPAN, HBO, Comedy Central, TV Land.
So paying for cable is ludicrous and they do not offer these channels
alacarte. I get my TV via netflix, hulu and we'll say "alternative means".
So yeah, consider that cable providers. Your business models are outdated.
On Tue, May 17, 2011 at 3:21 PM, Jeff Morris <jeffm603 at nullmodem.org> wrote:
> Of course analog and digitital signals can ride the same line, they are
> simply at different carrier frequencies.
> That's a bit like saying digital and analog radio signals can't occupy the
> same airspace... which would mean that you can't use a cell phone anywhere
> that there's FM radio reception... think about it. :-)
> I too dislike the "oh just upgrade to our top package" mentality of cable
> companies. I agree with Nate that what he's getting is fair for the money.
> The problem is, if all I need is basic cable service, no digital, no DVR,
> only a handful of channels, moderate speed Internet like 5Mbps, and basic,
> local-only phone service... I'm still going to pay about 90% of what he's
> paying for the top of the line package. And then I'm really not getting my
> money's worth. For me it comes down to choice, and these days there really
> isn't any (in cable, Internet, phone, mobile phone, etc.)
> But then, that's why these companies are worth billions of dollars, while
> I'm only worth about the cost of a ham sandwich. lol. ;-)
> - Jeff
> On 05/17/2011 03:03 PM, Jonathan Kelley wrote:
>> Have to go digital? What the hell are you on now, analog? How is that
>> possible? Analog signals can't ride the same line as digital. Analog cable
>> only had up to 100 channels.
>> What's she mean?
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