DIRECTV App and Mobile DVR are available to U.S. Residential DIRECTV customers (excludes P.R. and U.S.V.I.) who stream on a compatible device using the DIRECTV App. App uses location info. To stream from your DVR you must have a Genie HD DVR model HR44 or higher that is connected to the internet at the time you stream or download from it to your device. To download, your mobile device and DVR must both be connected to your Wi-Fi network. Wi-Fi data usage charges may apply. Some Limits: Mature, music, pay-per-view and some On Demand content is not available. Live streaming channels are based on your package & location. Your DVR can stream to one mobile device at a time. Rewind and fast forward may not work. All functions and programming subject to change at any time.
1-YR BUNDLE PRICE: Ends 11/30/18. 1st & 2nd year Pricing: $75/mo for SELECT All Included + Internet; $80/mo for ENTERTAINMENT All Included + Internet; $85/mo for CHOICE All Included + Internet; $95/mo for XTRA All Included + Internet; $100/mo for ULTIMATE All Included + Internet; $150/mo for PREMIER All Included + Internet for first 12 mos. only. After 12 mos. or loss of eligibility, then prevailing rate applies (currently $118/mo for SELECT All Included + Internet; $130/mo for ENTERTAINMENT All Included + Internet; $145/mo for CHOICE All Included + Internet; $157/mo for XTRA All Included + Internet; $168/mo for ULTIMATE All Included + Internet; $221/mo for PREMIER All Included + Internet), unless cancelled or changed prior to end of the promo period. Must maintain all qualifying services and service addresses must match to receive advertised pricing. Pricing subject to change. $5/mo. discount: Must enroll in autopay & paperless bill within 30 days of TV activation to receive bill credit starting in 1-3 bill cycles. First time credit will include all credits earned since meeting offer requirements. Must maintain autopay/paperless bill and valid email address to continue credits. No credits in 2nd year for autopay/paperless bill. Includes: All-Included TV Pkg., Internet plans (10M – 100M), monthly service and equipment fees for one Genie HD DVR, monthly fees for a Wi-Fi Gateway, and standard pro installation. Exclusions: Price excludes Regional Sports Fee of up to $7.49/mo. (which is extra & applies to CHOICE and/or MÁS ULTRA and higher Pkgs.), applicable use tax expense surcharge on retail value of installation, custom installation, equipment upgrades/add-ons (min. $99 one-time & $7/mo. monthly fees for each extra receiver/DIRECTV Ready TV/Device), and other add'l fees & charges. Different offers may apply for eligible multi-dwelling unit customers.
Verbindung über HDMI-Kabel (Microsoft): Stecken Sie die Kabelenden in die HDMI-Anschlüsse an Fernseher und PC. Drücken Sie auf Ihrer Fernbedienung die Taste “Source” oder “Quelle” und wählen Sie den entsprechenden HDMI-Kanal aus. Auf Ihrem Notebook finden Sie in der Systemsteuerung unter „Anzeige“ den Punkt „Diese Anzeige duplizieren“. So ist auf beiden Bildschirmen das Gleiche zu sehen. Möchten Sie die Anzeige ausschließlich auf dem Fernsehbildschirm sehen, wählen Sie „Desktop nur auf 2 anzeigen“.  
Diese Frage ist nicht leicht zu beantworten, denn die Technik des Fernsehens haben verschiedene Menschen über mehrere Jahrzehnte entwickelt. Den Grundstein legte Paul Nipkow im Jahr 1883. Dieser entwickelte ein elektrisches Teleskop mit der Nipkos-Scheibe und hatte erste Ideen zu Fernsehbildübertragungen. 1897 entwickelten Ferdinand Braun und Jonathan Zenneck die Kathodenstrahlröhre (Braunsche Röhre), die lange Zeit die verbreitetste Methode war, um Fernsehbilder zu erzeugen. Einen weiteren Meilenstein legte Manfred von Ardenne 1931 auf der 8. Funkaustellung in Berlin. Dort präsentierte er erstmals öffentlich das vollelektronische Fernsehen. Seitdem entwickelte eine Vielzahl an TV-Herstellern die Technologie weiter, sodass heute ultraschmale Fernsehgeräte mit haarscharfen Bildern Standard sind.
Verizon: Availability varies. Gigabit network connection to your home. Actual speeds vary due to device limits, network and other factors. Avg. speeds betw. 750-940 Mbps download / 750-880 upload. Limited time online offer for new TV and Internet residential customers subscribing to a Fios Triple Play bundle. Promo rates via bill credits and increase after promo period. Price guarantee applies to base monthly rate only. 2-yr. agr. req’d. Beg. mo. 2, up to $350 ETF applies. $12/mo. STB, $12/mo. router charge, $4.49/mo. Broadcast, up to $7.89/mo. Regional Sports Network and $0.99/mo. FDV Admin. fees apply. Other fees, taxes, & terms may apply. Auto Pay (ACH or bank debit card only) & paper-free billing req’d. Subj. to credit approval & may require a deposit.
Abhilfe schaffen tragbare Fernseher, die Fernsehprogramme über DVB-T (digitales Antennenfernsehen) empfangen. Dieses ist in Deutschland nahezu flächendeckend vorhanden. Außerhalb Deutschlands werden ebenfalls TV-Sender empfangen, jedoch in der jeweiligen Landessprache. Ein Empfang über Satellit ist beispielsweise über eine Parabolantenne und einen Receiver oder über eine portable Sat-Anlage möglich. Der Vorteil: Deutschsprachige Sender sind auch außerhalb Deutschlands zu sehen. 
Offer for new Fios Internet res. customers is non-transferable and has no cash or refund value. Documentation of early termination fee (ETF) for TV, Internet and phone from your prior service provider must be provided w/in 90 days of installation and offer will be fulfilled via bill credit, to your Verizon account, in the amount of the ETF up to $500. You remain solely responsible for paying the ETF to your prior service provider. If you cancel your Verizon service w/in 90 days of installation, the ETF credit will be charged back to your final bill.
^$100 via Verizon Visa Prepaid Card issued by MetaBank®, member FDIC, pursuant to a license from Visa U.S.A. Inc. Use everywhere Visa debit cards are accepted. Must have service for 31 days with no past-due balance and register for the card within 60 days thereafter. Card mailed within 30 days of registration. Other card terms and conditions apply. Offer ends 10/31/18. Dallas, a modern metropolis in north Texas, is a commercial and cultural hub of the region. Downtown’s Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza commemorates the site of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination in 1963. In the Arts District, the Dallas Museum of Art and the Crow Collection of Asian Art cover thousands of years of art. The sleek Nasher Sculpture Center showcases contemporary sculpture.
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