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Created: Oct 31, 2010
KingsFan6 Created: Oct. 31, 2010
OK, so I had the U-verse-branded DSL service (either ADSL2 or ADSL2+). I just recently switched to actual U-verse internet along with U-verse TV (after a lengthy process of fixing the error of my new residence not being in the system as eligible for U-verse). As part of the signup, I received the 3800HGV-B gateway and noticed that I'm now being charged a $3 equipment leas...
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Created: Sep 8, 2010
KingsFan6 Created: Sep. 8, 2010
Wondering if anybody can relate to or provide information about this. After being a U-verse subscriber for over a year, I moved to a new residence across town. The new area is served by U-verse, but for whatever reason or another, my apartment unit wasn't in U-verse's systems. AT&T acknowledged that and opened up a ticket for the engineers to get the specific unit into th...
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Created: May 5, 2009
KingsFan6 Created: May. 5, 2009
I'm thinking of upgrading from Pro to Elite (being enticed by the $40 rebate) and was wondering about TV usage's affect on internet speed. Could the speed be compromised while two HD streams are going on at the same time? I guess they begs the questions of how much bandwidth does the typical HD stream take up? I'm on the 25MB 2HD/2SD profile.
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Created: Mar 30, 2009
KingsFan6 Created: Mar. 30, 2009
Thanks SomeJoe7777. Your post is very helpful. My TV (Mitsubishi WD-52627) doesn't have a setting for changing the RGB range, so I tried the switch to component, and now the TV picture quality has improved a lot. The extremely dark blacks and red tinting have seemed to gone away. Of course, the soft HD picture (at least compared to Comcast) is still there, but I think the...
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Created: Mar 26, 2009
KingsFan6 Created: Mar. 26, 2009
I think that's beside the point. My point is that given the same video settings on my TV (between Comcast and U-verse), the picture is significantly darker on U-verse. My Mitsubishi has a Normal and Bright mode. On either mode, settings would have to be pushed up on U-verse to get a similar picture level that I was getting on a Comcast signal.
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Created: Mar 26, 2009
KingsFan6 Created: Mar. 26, 2009
I recently switched to U-verse and noticed immediately an overall darker picture on U-verse vs. Comcast, given the same video settings and same HDMI connection. Some video settings (like brightness and/or contrast) would have to be pushed up on U-verse to get the optimal picture. Does anyone else experience the same thing?
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