Question: What Is The Difference Between A Hopper And A Joey?

What is a hopper and a Joey?

Expand your TV universe with the Wireless Joey, a wireless TV receiver from DISH that brings the functionality of your Hopper DVR to other TVs in your house. You can pair up to three Joeys with your Hopper DVR and watch live, recorded, and on-demand programming anywhere you have a TV.

Do you need a joey with the hopper?

You need the Hopper as it has the tuners, Joeys are for adding additional tv’s to the system. If you have one tv, you do not need any Joey’s.

What is a joey for Dish Network?

The DISH Joey gives you TV throughout your home

DISH provides a consistent TV experience in every room with DISH’s Joey receiver. The Joey is a TV receiver that connects to the Hopper DVR so you can access the same guide and all your DVR recordings in any room in your home. Learn more about the Hopper 3 DVR.

How does the hopper connect to Joey?

Link the Joey to your Hopper

Select the Hopper you want the new Joey to be linked to, then press Select again to link. After the screen shows “Linked” on the right, select the Next button.