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ViP-622 DVR Basics / User Guide and Manual & Recording Preferences Guide

Discussion in 'ViP612/622/722/722K DVR Support Forum' started by James Long, Jan 11, 2006.

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  1. James Long

    James Long Ready for Uplink! Staff Member Super Moderator DBSTalk Club

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    Here are the basic facts about the ViP-622 Receiver

    The ViP-622 is a dual tuner dual output MPEG4/MPEG2 satellite tuner.
    It is the new "standard" HD DVR receiver for DishHD packages.
    (This receiver is not yet available to the general public.)

    With the ViP-622 you can:
    * View high definition or standard definition DISH Network programming
    * Supports MPEG-4 and MPEG-2 compression technology
    * Supports two TVs - one HDTV and one SDTV
    * Receives off-air digital/HD broadcasts
    * TV1 Output resolutions: 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i
    (HD and SD output simultaneous)
    * TV2 Output is 480i
    (HD is downconverted)
    * Two Satellite tuners allow you to select from two viewing options:
    1) Single Mode: Picture-in-picture available on any TV
    2) Dual Mode: View separate programming on two televisions
    * On-Screen Caller ID with history
    * DISH Comm technology™
    * Electronic Program Guide (EPG) with easy-to-use search features
    * instant access to breaking news, sports, weather and games with Dish Home Interactive

    Dish Network Tech Information

    See the ViP-622 in action: CES Demonstration Video

    The attached photos were taken at CES2006 in LasVegas.
     

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    The VIP 622 Quick Facts and Specs pdf doument is an attachment to this post.
     
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    How to get a ViP-622 DVR

    The current ViP-622 DVR upgrade offers provide a "HD Bonus Credit" for those who newly subscribe to a new DishHD packages and an "Equipment Return Credit" for those who return a 921 or 942 receiver. These offers were announced on the June "Charlie Chat" and are expected to run through "at least" September 11th, 2006.

    DishHD packages are as follows:
    DishHD Bronze $49.99 w/locals $54.99 (AT60+HD)
    DishHD Silver $59.99 w/locals $64.99 (AT120+HD)
    DishHD Gold $69.99 w/locals $74.99 (AT180+HD)
    DishHD Platnum $99.99 w/locals $104.99 (AEP+HD)

    HD DVR Upgrade Offer
    Lease ViP-622 DVR (from ANY receiver, including the 811)
    $199 Lease Upgrade (everything needed)
    $100 HD Bonus Credit ($10 per month for 10 months)
    Net: $99

    REBATE FOR 921/942 CUSTOMERS
    A $100 equipment return rebate remains available for existing 921/942 customers.
    YOU MUST RETURN AN OWNED OR LEASED 921/942 TO GET THE REBATE
    Used in combination with the HD Bonus Credit customers with a 921/942 who have not yet upgraded to DishHD can do so now for "free".

    Lease ViP-622 DVR ---
    $199 Lease Upgrade (everything needed)
    $100 Equipment Return Credit (921/942 must be returned)
    $100 HD Bonus Credit ($10 per month for 10 months)
    Net: Free

    Buying a ViP-622 DVR
    ViP-622 DVR's are not yet offered for sale on the Dish Network website, however one can order receivers direct from Dish Network or purchase one through a retailer.
     
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