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HR10-250 how many simualtaneous records?

Discussion in 'DIRECTV HD DVR/Receiver Discussion' started by FenceMan, Aug 4, 2006.

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  1. FenceMan

    FenceMan Mentor

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    Just curious with the HR10-250 having (2) satellite tuners and (2) OTA tuners, how many things can I watch / record at the same time? Can I record (2) shows from satellite while wathing OTA? Or can I record (1) show from satellite (1) show from OTA and watch a seperate satellite feed?
     
  2. wmschultz

    wmschultz DBSTalk Club Member DBSTalk Club

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    Just 2.

    2 OTA

    2 Satellite

    1 OTA 1 Satellite.

    There are only 2 buffers to record/watch live programs so 2 is the magic number.
     
  3. dgordo

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    There are 2 tuners. You can record 2 shows at the same time regarless of source or watch a show while another is recording or record 2 shows at the time while wacthing something you have already recorded.
     
  4. drill

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    you can record exactly 2 things at once in any combination of OTA/satellite. you can view either of the programs being recorded, or you can view a prerecorded program while 2 things are being recorded.
     
  5. morgantown

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    If you only have one Sat input the magic number would be 1...
     
  6. captain_video

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    Not true. There are four tuners total in the HR10-250 but only two of them can be used at any given time. You can record two live shows at once while watching a third prerecorded show from the hard drive, just like any other DTivo model. Thde only difference is that you have a choice of watching or recording either DTV or OTA broadcasts.
     
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