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DISH 722k Cable

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#1 OFFLINE   Jim148



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Posted 13 September 2011 - 08:06 PM

I was looking at the Channel Master TV announcement and wondering if I could send content via the 722k TV2 function to the Channel Master TV. It looks like the Channel Master TV has Dual ATSC/Clear QAM tuners. Is clear QAM what the 722k uses when a Cable channel is selected for TV2?


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#2 OFFLINE   gtal98



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Posted 14 September 2011 - 07:18 AM

Clear QAM is digital cable - the 722k only outputs analog cable signals (not sure what the modulation is called for that). You could send it to that box if it'll still accept an analog signal - but why would you want to? Recording from one DVR to another? Only reason I can think to do that would be to free up space - but to do that an external hard drive is much easier and faster.

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