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HR34 install - 5 or 6 tuners ?


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#1 OFFLINE   rynorama

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Posted 04 December 2012 - 10:12 AM

I am adding an HR34. It will go where a HR22 currently sits. Currently there are two coax cables run to it. One to a DECA into the HR22, and the other to a DECA then to cat5 to my router.

From what I'm reading I can eliminate BOTH of these DECAs and simply plug the CAT5 into the back of the HR34. (I know I'll have to move one for the HR22's new location)

Does this count as 5 or 6 back at my SWIM 16? Is it 5 tuners plus 1 for the network like I currently have?

When it's all done I just want to make sure all 4 of my HRx's and H24 still all see each other.

Thanks
HR34-700 on a 73" Mitsubishi 1080P
HR22-100 on a 23" Acer Monitor (3 input w/Dual monitor and Home server on KVM )
R22-100 on a 42" Vizio 1080P
R22 on a 32" Sylvania 1080i
R22 on a 32" Sanyo 1080i
H24 on a 26" Westinghouse 1080i
Plus 3 D12's on other TVs

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#2 OFFLINE   veryoldschool

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Posted 04 December 2012 - 10:18 AM

DECAs have nothing to do with the SWiM, so they don't count as a tuner.
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#3 OFFLINE   rynorama

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Posted 04 December 2012 - 12:27 PM

Oh Ok, so that extra DECA I have behind the HR22 going to the splitter is simply a way to get the internet access to the rest of the boxes.
Thanks
HR34-700 on a 73" Mitsubishi 1080P
HR22-100 on a 23" Acer Monitor (3 input w/Dual monitor and Home server on KVM )
R22-100 on a 42" Vizio 1080P
R22 on a 32" Sylvania 1080i
R22 on a 32" Sanyo 1080i
H24 on a 26" Westinghouse 1080i
Plus 3 D12's on other TVs

#4 OFFLINE   dpeters11

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Posted 04 December 2012 - 12:31 PM

Just make sure you don't exceed the 8 tuners per side of your SWM16.

#5 OFFLINE   i3rown

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Posted 04 December 2012 - 07:24 PM

Oh Ok, so that extra DECA I have behind the HR22 going to the splitter is simply a way to get the internet access to the rest of the boxes.
Thanks


Just plug the Ethernet cable that is plugged into the broadband deca into the back of the hr34 and eliminate the swm splitter ... Tuners are tuners you get 8 with your currently configuration the hr34 will use 5.

#6 OFFLINE   rynorama

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Posted 04 December 2012 - 07:43 PM

Thanks Guys
HR34-700 on a 73" Mitsubishi 1080P
HR22-100 on a 23" Acer Monitor (3 input w/Dual monitor and Home server on KVM )
R22-100 on a 42" Vizio 1080P
R22 on a 32" Sylvania 1080i
R22 on a 32" Sanyo 1080i
H24 on a 26" Westinghouse 1080i
Plus 3 D12's on other TVs




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