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  NetTalk (Profile)
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Posted: Mon Oct 19, 2009 10:15 am
Cable filters and if anyone has used one before?
  wove (Profile)
Posted: Mon Oct 19, 2009 9:24 pm
I use a filter on my phone line in conjunction with my DSL service. It makes a difference in the quality of voice calls. I am not sure I understand what sort of information you are looking for.

  techstep (Profile)
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Posted: Wed Oct 21, 2009 7:46 am
Just finished reading some threads/posts so I decided to go ahead and post my experience.

Just a little over 8 months ago now, literally the day before my second daughter was

delivered, my oldest boy came into my office/dining room (no jokes please) with a grin like

the Grinch on his face. He wanted me to buy one of those digital filters. He always has me

paying $50 for his wrestling WWF stuff and Iíve also been known to watch a good boxing match

every once in a while. Long story short, I got one of those cable filters for my Motorola

DVR box in the living room WITHOUT, telling the kids or the old lady Wink. I still make the

kids ask to order stuff but when the bill comes thereís no sign of anything, heh. Every

month I squeeze about 30 PPVís out of it without having to clear the memory on the box. If I

only order like 20-25 ppvs in a month, then I donít need to clear the box because it clears

on its own every 30 days. I figured if it didnít work Iíd just get my money back since they

have like a year guarantee or somethin like that (had to check my bookmarks


BTW, does anyone know what the Cablecard slot does?. Iíve never seen anyone who used theirs

and I donít understand what it would be used for. Is it for the cable guy when itís being

installed or something?

Thanks and God bless!

L. MacArthur
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