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|10-29-2007, 09:04 AM||#1|
A couch and an HDTV to go please.
Join Date: Oct 2007
Hello, I just ordered HD service thru my cable provider which is RCN and just spoke with tech support and they said they carry the Motorola HD-DVR DCT6412 phase III which has the HDMI port. I'm hoping thats true if not they using the DCT6412 which only has the component. Looks like they have 25HD channels. and they Have discovery in HD wohoo. get to watch Dirty Jobs in HD lol. is 25HD channels the norm for cable? it also has a 120GB HD and wondering if its possible to change the HDD to a bigger one say a 320GB
Channel Channel Name Tier Print View
156 WB HD High Definition (HDTV)
159 UPN-38 HD High Definition (HDTV)
160 ABC HD High Definition (HDTV)
161 CBS HD (WBZ 4 HD) High Definition (HDTV)
162 NBC HD High Definition (HDTV)
163 Fox HD High Definition (HDTV)
164 PBS HD (WGBH HD) High Definition (HDTV)
165 Discovery HD Theater High Definition (HDTV)
166 ESPN HD High Definition (HDTV)
167 HDNet High Definition (HDTV)
168 HDNet Movies High Definition (HDTV)
169 ESPN2 HD High Definition (HDTV)
170 NESN HD High Definition (HDTV)
171 Fox Sports New England HD High Definition (HDTV)
172 National Geographic Channel HD High Definition (HDTV)
173 TNT High Definition (HDTV)
174 TBS HD High Definition (HDTV)
175 HBO HD High Definition (HDTV)
176 Showtime HD High Definition (HDTV)
177 Starz HD High Definition (HDTV)
178 Cinemax HD High Definition (HDTV)
179 The Movie Channel HD High Definition (HDTV)
180 VERSUS/Golf HD High Definition (HDTV)
181 Food Network HD High Definition (HDTV)
182 HGTV HD High Definition (HDTV)
|10-29-2007, 02:43 PM||#2|
Old Enough to Know Better
Join Date: Sep 2006
Location: Norman, Oklahoma
This is what Cox (OKC market) will have as far as HD channels are concerned effective this coming 20 November 2007. I think that is pretty typical from the posts I have seen.
This thread may be of passing interest...
Who is your Provider and what HD channel do you have?
As far as changing the hard drive out for a larger one it would probably violate terms of service, etc if the box belongs to RCN.
Some HD DVR boxes, like the SA 8300HD, allow you to add an external drive via a USB port. That feature is generally/probably firmware dependent which is provider dependent, ie. Cox has that enabled while another provider may not.
Hopefully someone with your provider and specific DVR can help further. You also might check with RCN or look at their support pages for guidance as far as adding an external drive is concerned.
"When all else fails read the instructions..."
|10-29-2007, 02:50 PM||#3|
What is SD?!?!
Join Date: Oct 2007
Location: Mason WV
|10-29-2007, 07:49 PM||#4|
High Definition is the definition of life.
Join Date: May 2007
25 channels is more than Comcast gives me. Think I have 15. Though they are adding more in December.
|10-30-2007, 12:13 AM||#5|
Former Super Moderator
Join Date: Aug 2007
Location: In Flux
Why HDMI as opposed to component? Component will give just as good PQ has greater bandwidth/less loss, will send 1080 signal and is preferred by many.
It's always time for pie
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