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 Can you recycle old satellite TV receivers?

Answer I've seen them used as arbors, where a person has trained a vine (such as wisteria) over a dish that is turned upside-down. Not too bad!
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Old directv satellite receivers uses?

A practical use for entertainment could be to use some features with MediaShare, built in OTA antenna tuner, and running "TV apps". All of this is built in to newer receivers.
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Are HDMI satellite receivers support HD?

For DISH Network receivers, the HDMI cables provide the highest quality video and audio and then component cables, which gives you HD quality if you have HD programming.
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