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Started by Benjord, Sunday Jan 02, 2005, 05:42:27 pm
QuoteOriginally posted by Benjord What's the deal with the Firewire port on the 8000HD DVR? The manual shows one, but in reality there is no firewire port plug on the back of the unit. [cut]Dan (in Milwaukee WI)firstname.lastname@example.org
QuoteOriginally posted by Benjord What about for Time Warner customers in Milwaukee? Any info out there on whether or not an HD-DVR will be available with active Firewire Ports?Also, I'm still not 100% certain if it's possible to record from a normal HD Box (not a DVR) directly onto a D-VHS recorder while a show is being broadcast?
QuoteOriginally posted by Benjord About recording an HD Broadcast onto a D-VHS recorder, you had mentioned this about a 3rd party QAM Capable tuner (not sure what that is), "They've since changed most of their HD channerls[sic] to use encryption, even the non-sub ones.Could you elaborate? Who is "They"? The third party QAM tuner? Does that mean you can no longer record?
QuoteOriginally posted by mhz40 'They' still do not encrypt the network HD channels (NBC, FOX, PBS, ABC & CBS).mrmike may want to try and rescan channels, call 'them' for a free service call or replace a possible bad tuner in his LG3410.Good luck!:D
QuoteOriginally posted by Benjord Interesting. What about the cable HD stations like HBO, ESPN, INHD, HDNET, etc etc? Is it possible to record these stations off the Time Warner HD cable box directly onto a D-VHS Recorder while it's being broadcast?If so, HOW?This is the $1 Million question (sorry, I can't pay you right away).Thanks,Dan (in Milwaukee)email@example.com
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