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#21 OFFLINE   Sixto

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Posted 15 December 2013 - 05:11 PM

Network-wise, everything is working great since disconnecting the Ethernet. Let me ask you though - what are your SNR readings? Mine are all 42 or 41. I've always had minor pixelation and hiccups with the FiOS DVRs, but never thought it could be related to a too hot SNR. I've been reading that 42 might be way too hot for Tivo and I'm wondering if that's why I'm seeing what I would describe as increased pixelation on some channels. Thinking of adding in a splitter or two before the Roamio to knock back the SNR.

Yep, same readings here. I added a splitter.
DirecTV: Genie HR44, H25, CCK, GenioGo, SWiM-16 & SWiM-8, DECA to Gigabit Switch with FiOS (75/75)
FiOS: Roamio Pro's (2), Roamio Plus, Mini's (4) with Ultimate HD (My Roamio Thoughts)

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#22 OFFLINE   Sixto

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Posted 28 December 2013 - 11:57 AM

Have posted my Roamio thoughts: http://forums.solids...mp-Observations
DirecTV: Genie HR44, H25, CCK, GenioGo, SWiM-16 & SWiM-8, DECA to Gigabit Switch with FiOS (75/75)
FiOS: Roamio Pro's (2), Roamio Plus, Mini's (4) with Ultimate HD (My Roamio Thoughts)

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Posted 30 December 2013 - 07:28 AM

Unfortunately, I bailed on the Roamio experience. It just wasn't working well enough and didn't want to miss my return/refund window. (Not with that much upfront money in play.) As comparatively weak feature-wise as the FiOS Motorola DVRs are, they've always worked well. So back into service they go. 



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Posted 30 December 2013 - 08:03 AM

Unfortunately, I bailed on the Roamio experience. It just wasn't working well enough and didn't want to miss my return/refund window. (Not with that much upfront money in play.) As comparatively weak feature-wise as the FiOS Motorola DVRs are, they've always worked well. So back into service they go.

Sorry to hear it.

My Roamio/Mini setup has been perfect since I switched to the FiOS splitters. Still 100% signal strength, but I needed to tone down the signal a little. I only had one tuning issue a few weeks ago, but it was showing some tuning errors (corrected/uncorrected) on the DVR Diagnostics screen. It's been issue free with a zero error count since I switched to the officially supported splitters. I went with the new MoCA 2.0 FiOS splitters, though it's only MoCA 1.1.

Will keep my summary post updated: http://forums.solids...mp-Observations
DirecTV: Genie HR44, H25, CCK, GenioGo, SWiM-16 & SWiM-8, DECA to Gigabit Switch with FiOS (75/75)
FiOS: Roamio Pro's (2), Roamio Plus, Mini's (4) with Ultimate HD (My Roamio Thoughts)

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Posted 30 December 2013 - 10:40 AM

Yeah, I tried a bunch of things with splitters and attenuators, MoCA, Ethernet, etc. but it was just too flaky. I may have been able to get it all working perfectly with more time, but if I didn't, I'd have been stuck with a big cost and bigger frustration. Oh well. Maybe down the road again sometime. Have fun.



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Posted 05 January 2014 - 10:43 PM

Sounds Awesome, I'm getting excited. :righton:

 

I wish I could get Fios as well though.


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HD Basic Plus, HBO, Cinemax,Starz /Encore

Tivo T6 (Roamio Plus) Livingroom Samsung 6030,55 inch

Tivo T6 (Roamio Plus) Master Bedroom,Samsung 5300 40 inch

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