I was considering Tivo for a while but the original cost & their fees always stopped me.
So now i am stuck with Cox DVR & OTA ,no PVR for OTA as I have read too many frustrating stories about flaky and buggy software.
If I did, I would probably go for the iView 3500STBII, it is dirt cheap now...
For those in San Diego able to get KCOP from L.A. a new sub-channel 13.4 has been added and will start showing Heroes & Icons on 10/1/15 (http://handitvnetwork.com/)
KCOP 13.1 HD 720
BUZZR 13.2 SD 480
MOVIES! 13.3 SD 480
H&I 13.4 SD 480
OTA receptions vary greatly depending on atmospheric conditions. This is what you are describing.
Therefore reception on certain channels can be highly unpredictable, even from one frequency to the next coming from the same transmitter. VHF and UHF waves propagate differently as well...
Based on what I experience with my rotor, it seems that XHDTV 49.1 & MundoFox 49.2 radiate in a very directional fashion. See if the link below helps to achieve the proper orientation...
I am not sure why but JapanTV on ch. 400 is in clear.
Now, if I could only speak Japanese.... :huh:
And the reason is:
Listings about TWC Sportnets have been removed from both Cox guide (65/1065 in OC Irvine) and from link posted above. I think they were confident they'd reach an agreement by the weekend but it did not materialize.
I will second that and I have emailed that request to Cox.
Now that GOLTV no longer carries La Liga & Serie A, it no longer makes sense to carry it. beIN is definetly the one to carry now.
I won't hold my breath though since COX does not even carry Fox Soccer Plus (TWC does) but one can hope.
I receive XHAS on 33.1 in 1080i over the air from Normal Heights. It has a subchannel in standard def of LATV (Latin TV) on 33.2.
My antenna needs to be pointing towards TJ since that is where the feed originates.