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Posted Oct 30, 2013
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PIP????

Direct Tv has PIP. I believe this is one of the oldest options out there. My TV gets PIP. So why doesn't Uverse have that option, and not just to see the next channels? But watch 2 channels at once. No split screen TV here from AT&T...........

Direct Tv has PIP. I believe this is one of the oldest options out there. My TV gets PIP. So why doesn't Uverse have that option, and not just to see the next channels? But watch 2 channels at once. No split screen TV here from AT&T...........

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Nope not going to happen unless you have two U-verse receivers side by side to obtain PIP.

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Nope not going to happen unless you have two U-verse receivers side by side to obtain PIP.

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Oct 30, 2013 7:14:17 AM
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BeeBeeSA wrote:

Nope not going to happen unless you have two U-verse receivers side by side to obtain PIP.


You don't have to have two receivers side-by-side to do this.

 

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You could stack one on top of the other.

BeeBeeSA wrote:

Nope not going to happen unless you have two U-verse receivers side by side to obtain PIP.


You don't have to have two receivers side-by-side to do this.

 

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You could stack one on top of the other.
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My receivers are side by side & the TVs one above the other.

If a receiver could clock two channels, I could put all four streams on two screens.

Since the half screen pictures would be approximately 4:3 SD would do.

With a full screen/ mini picture, the full screen needs to be HD.

Maybe when the number of streams increase.
My receivers are side by side & the TVs one above the other.

If a receiver could clock two channels, I could put all four streams on two screens.

Since the half screen pictures would be approximately 4:3 SD would do.

With a full screen/ mini picture, the full screen needs to be HD.

Maybe when the number of streams increase.
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Or simply use Multi-view for certain categories, HD or otherwise.

Would be nice having it though.

Or simply use Multi-view for certain categories, HD or otherwise.

Would be nice having it though.

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