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Created: Nov 21, 2014
retiredincolorado Created: Nov. 21, 2014
I was told by a DirecTV agent that the correct way to manage the recording list is not to delete recordings manually, but let the receiver take care of it. The idea is to mark the recordings you want to keep, and let the receiver delete the others as it needs space. This way the memory doesn't get fragmented and is more efficient. Is this good advice?
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Created: Jan 28, 2014
retiredincolorado Created: Jan. 28, 2014
Have 3 in whole house config. HR23-700, HR24-500, HR24-700 Date: Tue, 28 Jan 2014 20:24:34 -0800 From: directv-admin@forums.directv.com To: paulgober@msn.com Subject: Re: - Scoreguide. Old vs. New DIRECTV Technical Forums Scoreguide. Old vs. New reply from litzdog911 in TV Apps - View the full discussion What model DVR do you have? Reply to this message by replying to thi...
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Created: Jan 28, 2014
retiredincolorado Created: Jan. 28, 2014
I notice that sometimes the old style of scoreguide comes up, and sometimes the new one. I much prefer the old one for several reasons - more readable, more reliable and up to date information. Is there a setting to make the old style always appear when using either the red button or the app page?
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Created: Apr 13, 2012
retiredincolorado Created: Apr. 13, 2012
Have the H24 on the way from SolidSignal to ensure I get the one I want. peds - what I needed was component and built in DECA, so with that combo, the H24 seemed the way to go. Thanks again to all for the help. Great forum!
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Created: Apr 13, 2012
retiredincolorado Created: Apr. 13, 2012
Thanks for all the feedback on this. Helps a lot. I'll probably order from 3rd party like solidsignal.com so that I will get the H24 for sure. It has better output jacks for my particular needs.
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Created: Apr 12, 2012
retiredincolorado Created: Apr. 12, 2012
The Directv site for ordering an HD receiver forces getting a DirecTV Cinema Connection Kit and professional installation. The way I understand it, I already have all I need for the Cinema Connection and so need neither of these with an H24 and the current Whole house set up that I have (assuming that I am competent to run coax, which I am) Am I missing something here?
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Created: Apr 12, 2012
retiredincolorado Created: Apr. 12, 2012
Thanks for the responses! To be totally clear - if I get a H24 or 25, all I need is the RG6 to the receiver? So, all the communication to the other receivers and the internet is through the coax to the LNB and to the other DECA interfaces?
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Created: Apr 12, 2012
retiredincolorado Created: Apr. 12, 2012
I don't know the model. The DirecTv folks said that I wouldn't know until it's shipped. I would assume they're sending out the latest models though? So if it is either an H24 or H25, what would be needed?
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Created: Apr 12, 2012
retiredincolorado Created: Apr. 12, 2012
I have HR24 and HR23 receivers, and would like to add a 3rd HD receiver(No DVR). The current setup has RG6 from the antenna to a 4 way splitter out of which are two RG6's . The HR23 has the following: A SWM ODU Only Power Inserter with power and two coax connections- Signal to IRD, Power to SWM; a DECA IMR0-01 Connected Home Adapter with an ethernet to the HR23 and a coax...
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