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Time Warner Cable planning free Tuning Adapters for all in need

Richard Lawler, @Rjcc
November 4, 2008
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Confirming that the plan for free Tuning Adapters isn't just for San Antonio, Time Warner Cable has posted a website for customers to sign up for info on when the boxes will be available in their region (like after the current tests are finished.) Of course, if this had been done prior to TWC changing some areas to switched digital video, cutting off CableCard users from certain channels, they probably could've avoided the whole FCC fine thing and gone straight to the "more HD capacity" part of the plan. Still, better's late than never as it follows Cox's lead, so if you plan on keeping to CableCard setup head over to Time Warner's official site to get on the list first. [Disclosure: Engadget is part of the Time Warner family]

[Via Cable Digital News]



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