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Discussion in 'DIRECTV - H24/HR24 Field Trial (private)' started by Doug Brott, Mar 24, 2010.
I think you are the smartest man alive.
Please don't encourage him.
He knows what he speaks HDTVSF.
There's a kick in the butt...have to move all those darn cables around in the equipment rack all over again....not to menition reconfigure the network.
Hope this happens soon - traveling next week...
It's a great idea ........(and I never think that about Milkdud)
I'm certain we can find someone else for the field test if it's too much trouble
Now we're talkin.
(Yeah..that's gonna happen...)
Pwned by Stuart!! !rolling
I've been thumped. :lol:
I'd be happy to test out his hr24 if it's too much work for him to hook it up =)
Only if you pry it from my cold dead hands....
Good luck with that.
Looks like we will need some new pictures of the back then.
Now I really want to see what can be done with that port. Must be something big that wasn't supposed to get out...
Maybe it's for a HR24Pro?
RAD, that stuff you're smoking just might be legal in California next year.
I am on it. Have been working throughout the day to setup my Sears portrait studio.
Na, haven't touched that stuff for like 30 years (and I did inhale).
Back to topic though, did the HR21Pro have a serial port on it for automation control, just thinking out loud on why the HR24-100's might have had one.
Just curious about the existence of the serial port, and that being part of development only and all. What could that port enable us to do? Hack it or something?
Well, at least we had a heads up...thanks, Doug. I'll be ready when the new box arrives...