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CableOne DVR's Capacity
Posted 26 February 2013 - 02:00 PM
The recording capacity on the DVR depends on the video format of the programming. Here are some guidelines to use when determining recording capacity:
Limited Cable (channels 2-99) - up to 25 hours
Digital & Premium Networks (channels 100 - 610 excluding HDTV) - up to 60 hours
High Definition TV (channels 421 - 500) - up to 10 hours
Directv & Sunday Ticket Sub Since 8/19/2008
HR24-200 Leased, HR24-100 Owned, HR20-700 Owned (Not Active), R22-200 Owned, HR22-100 Owned, HR22-100 Owned, HR44-500 Owned. 5 LNB Setup W/SWM 16 Switch
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Posted 26 February 2013 - 03:42 PM
"Belligerent and numerous."
SlingTV, Tablo and Plex to Roku 3s and Chromecasts on a Vizio 42" in the living room and a Toshiba 32" in my bedroom. Xbox 360 client on a Westinghouse 42" in the game room. Tablets EVERYWHERE!
I used to update the Dish Network FAQ but not anymore.
Posted 27 February 2013 - 02:16 PM
Dang, even Time Warner allows 20 HD I think.
But why can you record fewer hours of SD ABC than SD Discovery?
Bet those channels are analog and the A/D conversion is not that efficient.
Ultimate plus movie channels