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checklist wanted: migrating from SD TV to HDTV with 622 already operational


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#1 OFFLINE   zog1234

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Posted 03 October 2008 - 11:06 AM

I'll be upgrading to a HDTV. Already using my 622 for almost a year. Does anyone have a checklist for DVR adjustments to support:

1080 resolution
16x9 screens
dolby 5.1 audio

Any other adjustments/tuning required?? (Any TV adjustments required to interface to the 622/722??)

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#2 OFFLINE   Slordak

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Posted 06 October 2008 - 12:33 PM

You may want to change the size of the guide (on the 622) when you move to a 16x9 screen. If I recall correctly, there are three different options for how the guide appears, and there may be one which you prefer on a 16x9 display vs. what you were using previously.




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