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HR21-700 Upgrade Issues

Discussion in 'DIRECTV - HR21 Discussion (private)' started by tfederov, Oct 8, 2007.

  1. tfederov

    tfederov Well-Known Member

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    So I looked at the numbers and 21 said either yes or no (IIRC, there were 23 of us in this round?)

    Of the five of us that didn't, would it be a smart idea to list the config?

    I've got a AT-9 dish going to an SWM8 (Version C1/HR1).

    The HR21 is networked using a Linksys WGA54G game adapter with firmware version 1.13 and a Linksys Router with firmware version 1.02.2.

    HDMI to the TV for picture and optical audio to an AV receiver for sound.
     
  2. Drew2k

    Drew2k New Member

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    Slimline dish connected via power-passing splitters to WB68 and SWM5 (testing round 3).

    HR21 connected to SWM5 using crappy pre-wired in-wall RG59 cable.

    HR21 connected via HDMI to LG 32" LCD TV model 32LC67D in master bedroom.

    HR21 set to 720p output. I leave it on Pillar Box format with Native OFF.

    Using LG TV for sound.

    Networked and Internet enabled.
     
  3. Tom Robertson

    Tom Robertson Lifetime Achiever DBSTalk Club

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    Connected via BBCs to WB68
    Network enabled
    Component to big TV, 480p
    Also connected to Gateway LCD computer monitor via HDMI to DVI cable
    IR


    Cheers,
    Tom
     
  4. mhayes70

    mhayes70 New Member

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    I have an AT-9 dish with 4 cables going to splitter and feeding 2 WB68's.

    My HR21-700 is then hooked to TV via componet 480p.

    Not networked at this time.
     
  5. LameLefty

    LameLefty I used to be a rocket scientist

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    Middle...
    AT-9 through WB68, then through BBCs via dual runs of RG6 installed about 6 years ago.

    HR21 is connected via component to Samsung DLP, Native Off, output fixed at 1080i. Audio is digital optical to Yamaha A/V receiver.

    Networked via Buffalo 4-port wireless ethernet bridge to home LAN, running through Apple Airport Extreme n Base Station wireless router to Com-crap cable internet (nominally 6 mbps downstream, 1.5 mbps upstream).
     

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