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#1 OFFLINE   gmfryer


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Posted 15 September 2011 - 01:47 PM

I am a full time RV'er and run 2 separate dishes. When we are in one place for a couple of days I will use the SD dish on top of my MH. When we stay in one place for a week or more I will put up my HD dish.

The question, will my existing Series Manager work regardless of which dish I have feeding it? I know the channels use the same number for SD and HD but am not sure if the Series Manager is smart enough to know the difference and record in the correct format.

I appreciate any input.


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#2 ONLINE   veryoldschool


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Posted 15 September 2011 - 01:48 PM

HD SLs record the HD channel, while SD SLs record the SD channels.
One SL won't record both

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