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HR22-100 & 3D

Discussion in 'DIRECTV HD DVR/Receiver Discussion' started by heelie, Oct 1, 2012.

  1. Oct 1, 2012 #1 of 16
    heelie

    heelie New Member

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    From everything I've been able to read, the HR 22-100 supports 3D, but I cannot locate the channels in the loww 100's, can someone confirm if this model does indeed support 3D

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  2. Oct 1, 2012 #2 of 16
    Kevin F

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    It does support 3D. Your tv must also be a 3D model as well. Try rebooting the receiver to see if that works.

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  3. Oct 1, 2012 #3 of 16
    RAD

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    They are 103 through 107. Do you use a favorites list and need to add them?
     
  4. Oct 1, 2012 #4 of 16
    dpeters11

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    Also assuming you don't have one of the older DLP 3D sets that used checkerboard 3D. Though I think there were adapters for some of them.

    Disregard if you have a plasma or LCD panel :)
     
  5. Oct 1, 2012 #5 of 16
    heelie

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    Thx guys. Have the 3DTV, channels just do not appear on the guide. Any chance it could be in the set up ? As far as rebooting goes, what is the best method ?

    heelie
     
  6. Oct 1, 2012 #6 of 16
    dpeters11

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    How is your guide setup? All, channels I get or custom? Also, is your tv connected directly to the DVR or going through an AVR? Using HDMI?

    Not sure if these would cause the channels not to show n the guide, but could cause issues overall.

    Rebooting through the setup menu is always the best way.
     
  7. Oct 1, 2012 #7 of 16
    RAD

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    Even the TV can't do 3D the channels will show in the guide, but just grayed out.
     
  8. Oct 1, 2012 #8 of 16
    dpeters11

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    Thanks RAD. Couldn't check myself, my wife would kill me for playing with it during the game.
     
  9. Oct 1, 2012 #9 of 16
    heelie

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    Thx again, won't be able to wrestle the remote away from the family till Mike & Molly are over. However, channel set up is: hide SD dupicates, will try all channels later.

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  10. dpeters11

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    You'd want to go into the guide, and hit the yellow button and check your setup there.
     
  11. heelie

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    Currently do not have the 3D TV hooked up to receiver. Rebooted receiver, no 3D in guide, but if I key in a 3D channel, note comes up that this TV is not3D capable . Dumb question, does a 3D tv have to be connected in order for the 3D channels to show up on guide ? which seems odd.

    thx, heelie
     
  12. RAD

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    No, if you have the guide set to all channels you will see them in the guide but they are grayed out. You can even record them, you'll just get a warning message about not being able to view but say record anyway.
     
  13. dpeters11

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    Hmm, I just looked. My 3D channels on my HR34 only show up when I select all channels, and are grayed out. I have a 3D compatible set (just don't have glasses), 3D compatible receiver and using HDMI.

    But I do think its normal for them to not show up as available unless everything is compatible.
     
  14. heelie

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    Working, finally had time today to re-hook up 3D TV. Everything is fine, 3D channels show in guide, working good. I still find it odd that the guide will not load the 3D channels unless connected to a 3D TV. Anyhow, it is what it is.
    Thx
    heelie
     
  15. codespy

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    Had you not got them working, I would have suggested that perhaps DirecTV 3D channels are not available over the border in Ontario. !rolling
     
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    It pays to read the fine print. :lol:
     

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