any details on what model #'s they are?
As already stated, you can dim or even turn off the Blue Lights.dollbaby said:Hi, my old units were Hughes H20 or something or other. Sorry, not a huge technical wiz. This new one I have no idea, I would have to look when I got home, sorry, trying not to look at it too much (right now all I can say is that it is silver with a bright blue circle light in center that is so bright it keeps me up if I leave it on (another annoyance with it).
Ahhhh ..... OK.dollbaby said:Sorry, missed that last post while typing. Sorry, I meant I had an HR20 - no, don't have HD programming yet (will in new home). I don't use caller ID so that is a waste and like I said, loved the "active" feature at first until now that it says not available right now or the weather dates are incorrect all the time. It takes so long to load that I don't even bother with it anymore. Like you said, to each his own!!
Under active development and very, very close.wolflord11 said:One thing I do miss on the Newer Directv units is Dual Live Buffers. That is one feature the Directv/Tivo units had that they should of kept.
Well good! They should never of dropped the feature in the first place. Can you provide any sites or further information? I am very interested.Jon J said:Under active development and very, very close.
Do not let any of the unbelievers from Tivo see this postingJon J said:Again, there's a ton of info at the DBSTalk website and the folks here prefer all talk about DTV powered receivers go on there since this is, after all, a TiVo site.
I never understood the lets drive readers to another web site mentality - makes little or no sense.Jon J said:Under active development and very, very close.
Again, there's a ton of info at the DBSTalk website and the folks here prefer all talk about DTV powered receivers go on there since this is, after all, a TiVo site.