05-03-2012 07:56:08 AM
So here's the deal.
Bought a house, moving this weekend, U-Verse transfer of service scheduled for Saturday. I have requested wireless recievers (I figure tech is evolving, might as well use the "new").
There are no physical constraints why I would necessarily HAVE to use the wireless. I have installed new coax and phone lines in the areas where I want boxes/RG/TV's located.
I have been reading some pretty scathing reviews about these wireless recievers, and, since the current recievers we are using work OK 95% of the time, I am wondering if I am going to cause myself some serious grief by upgrading to wireless recievers.
How bad are the wireless recievers? Has AT&T ironed out all the issues by now?
Million dollar question is: Keep proven hardwired recievers that we currently use and know work, or upgrade (or is it DOWNGRADE, ha) to wireless recievers?
05-03-2012 08:16:09 AM
Not sure what the wireless box limit is, 2 or 3 ?
DVR must be wired. Of course, you can always wire the wireless box if the wireless acts up.
05-03-2012 05:03:06 PM
I would go with wired over wireless. Signal flow seems to be faster with wired over wireless. For me to go with wirelss would have to be a situation where wired is not possible.
05-07-2012 08:54:07 AM
Just went wireless when I had a cable issue with my wired box. Picture quality is great, but there are so many weird drops and messages now, I am looking at going back.
05-07-2012 04:02:28 PM
If you plan to switch back to wireless, I suggest you call TS asap to see what they say.