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Do I need to return SD receivers R15-100 and D12-300?

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‎12-11-2018 10:12 PM

Re: old Directv SD receivers

No.  They're long out-of-date.  Recycle appropriately. 

 

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‎12-12-2018 9:01 PM

Re: old Directv SD receivers


@donnalynn wrote:

Do I need to return SD receivers R15-100 and D12-300?


No as all SD and SDDVRs will become unusable once the last MPEG-2 feeds shutdown in April 2019.

 

The one exception is R22. Though labeled as an SDDVR, it is an MPEG-4 (HD capable) box. It is also a non-returnable model, but can still work after the MPEG-2 shutdown (provided the newer receiving dish has been installed). Just mentioning in case you or anyone you know has that unique model.

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