01-09-2011 2:58 AM
Each xBox must have a separate kit. Part or all of the $99 fee is a license fee, and each xBox 360 that is used as an STB must be licensed.
01-11-2011 8:56 AM
Well, i just had my xbox 360 setup to work as my receiver. As for the kits, there isnt any kit. The tech brough in a software disk and installed it into my xbox box. He then unplugged the ethernet cable from the receiver and plugged it into the xbox. Then he programmed the xbox 360 remote that you can buy at any video store for $20 to $30. I dont see any reason why you couldnt load the software onto two xbox 360. It seems to be working just fine. The tech had never setup an xbox before so it took him a while to figure out how to program the TV to the remote control. I hope this helps you somewhat.
01-13-2011 3:15 AM
So it was that simple, do you keep the software that they install, seems like that is a big waste of time and labor to just send the tech to your home but I guess that gives them reason to charge you $55
01-13-2011 7:47 AM
Yes, you keep the software. However what they did for me will only work if you were installed using ethernet cables. If you were installed using the coax cable they have a network adapter that they give you.
I hope this helps. Once i started getting use to it, everything seems to be doing ok.
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