Direct TV has a new recording device

Discussion in 'DirecTV TiVo Powered PVRs & Receivers' started by pcgypsy, Sep 28, 2011.

  1. pcgypsy

    pcgypsy New Member

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    NOT the TiVo we have been expecting ...

    gizmodo.com/5844090/directv-nomad-will-let-you-download-satellite-video-to-almost-anything-you-want
     
  2. pcgypsy

    pcgypsy New Member

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    H T T P : / / gizmodo
     
  3. Rainy Dave

    Rainy Dave Regulated User

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    Meh

    I'm much more excited about the upcoming HR34.
     
  4. litzdog911

    litzdog911 TechKnow Guide

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    Sure ....


    The typical setup to record from your DIRECTV Receiver/DVR to a VCR or DVD recorder is:

    * DIRECTV Receiver/DVR Audio/Video Output -> matching TV A/V Input (e.g. INPUT1)

    * DirecTV Receiver/DVR A/V Output -> matching DVD/VCR Recorder A/V Input

    * DVD/VCR Recorder A/V Output -> matching TV A/V Input (e.g. INPUT2)

    Use the TV's Input/Source Selector Function to switch between the DIRECTV receiver and VCR/DVD Recorder. To record on the DVD/VCR Recorder, select the DirecTV Receiver/DVR Input on the recorder, set the DirecTV Receiver/DVR to the channel to record (or play a recording to copy on a DVR), and start recording on your DVD/VCR Recorder.
     
  5. htroberts

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    I would be as well, if I had any expectation of an implementation of the TiVO UI (which would probably also require the TiVo engine, as well).
     
  6. Rainy Dave

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    Personally I have no want for the TiVo engine. Had it on my 2 DirecTiVos. I'm perfectly happy with the HRxx interface.
     

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