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Created: Dec 16, 2013
cancerkiller Created: Dec. 16, 2013
Awesome. Let us know how it works for you.
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cancerkiller Created: Dec. 16, 2013
Hopefully more people will reply to help you and can clear up any residual confusion. I am looking into using an RVU TV as well, but it will be stationary so I don't have the same concerns as you do.
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cancerkiller Created: Dec. 16, 2013
Sorry. Most RAU capable TVs have wireless capability built in. Thus you do not need an ethernet cable to connect it to your home network. That is the only wireless option with DirecTV at the moment. For the DirecTV service there is no way to be wireless. You must have a cable connected to the TV whether a Genie client is used or the internal RVU is used. Hope that helps. ...
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cancerkiller Created: Dec. 16, 2013
At this point there really is no way to move your TV without having to have cables run (internet or DirecTV). Direct TV is working on a wireless box like AT&T advertises, but it is not out yet. For right now, DirecTV requires either a Genie Client hooked to the TV or a cable run to the TV if it has RVU built in. If using the RVU capable TV it requires a cable connection t...
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cancerkiller Created: Nov. 1, 2013
Glad it is working. Looking at my last post I really need to not post from my phone. That sentence was horrible.
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cancerkiller Created: Oct. 31, 2013
The mini genies work off the HR34 so as soon as the main unit it up, the mini genies will ready to go.
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cancerkiller Created: Oct. 31, 2013
It was a cable issue. I swapped out and the new cable works with no other changes needed. Thanks for the help. CK
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cancerkiller Created: Oct. 31, 2013
Okay. I will get a new cable and report back. Thank you both for the help. It might take a couple days until I get to the store.
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cancerkiller Created: Oct. 31, 2013
Yes. The HTIB is set to Aux Input1 and the cable is plugged into Aux Input1 as I had it with the older HR23-700. The HTIB system worked with the older HR23-700 receiver. There are 2 aux inputs on the HTIB and neither one works with the HR44-700. It might be a bad cable, but I wanted to check with people here about settings on the HR440700 before buying a new cable.
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cancerkiller Created: Oct. 31, 2013
I have a Samsung HT-BD1250 home theater in a box. I tried connecting the HR44-700 to the Samsung blueray player/receiver using a S/PDIF cable. The Samsung system works fine to play a movie/listen to the radio, but when I try to listen to a Directv program on it, I get no sound. Is there some setting I missed in the HR44-700 set-up that is needed to get this to work? The T...
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cancerkiller Created: Jul. 24, 2013
Since you started the thread, all you need to do is select the post with the correct answer to do this.
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cancerkiller Created: Jul. 24, 2013
- Did you get this resolved? If so how? I was wondering if there was a firewall issue blocking the ports the receiver from connecting. One of the things I talked about with an in-home visit from a tech yesterday (different issue for me) was that certain company's modem/routers block the required ports. He said a different customer had to contact his ISP (Centurylink) to g...
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It was a cable issue. I swapped out and the new cable works with no other changes needed. Thanks for the help. CK
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cancerkiller Created: Jul. 23, 2013
Okay. The technician came out and we did the following - 1 - a reset of the HR44 2 - switched the HR44 to be the primary receiver for the whole home DVR set-up instead of the HR23. (It may need to be the primary receiver for account. I may have misunderstood the tech). 3 - a software update check, but the latest software was already on the HR44 Not sure why it was set-up ...
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