HR24/H24 Setup & Configurations

Discussion in 'DIRECTV - H24/HR24 Field Trial (private)' started by Mike Bertelson, Dec 5, 2009.

  1. hdtvfan0001

    hdtvfan0001 Well-Known Member

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    So easy a Caveman....you get the idea....:D
     
  2. smiddy

    smiddy Tain't ogre til its ogre

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    I never pictured Dave as having a thick brow and crazy hair, but if you say so. :p
     
  3. dave29

    dave29 New Member

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    Dang-it Canis, I have been messing with this Gliffy all night. :lol:
     
  4. Canis Lupus

    Canis Lupus You make it, We break it

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    crap sry man - should have done yours for you :lol:
     
  5. dave29

    dave29 New Member

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    It's not too late:p

    J/K

    The hardest part is arranging everything, so when you draw lines, they don't cross.
     
  6. smiddy

    smiddy Tain't ogre til its ogre

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    Ladies and Gentlemen,

    Please update/add your setups accordingly.
     
  7. The Merg

    The Merg 1*

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    Triple-LNB Oval Dish

    Whole Home DVR Service - Unsupported

    HR24-100
    2 Cables (1 Direct from Dish / 1 Diplexed with Cable Line)
    Samsung HCM5525W HD-Ready
    Component
    Networked (Hardwired)

    R22-100
    2 Cables (1 Direct from Dish / 1 Diplexed with Cable Line)
    Sansui 27"
    S-Video
    Networked (Linksys WRT54G Wireless Router - DD-WRT Firmware)

    R15-300
    Deactivated / No Satellite Hookup
    Sansui 27"
    Composite

    Computer Specs
    Dell Dimension 4600
    Pentium-4 2.8 GHz
    2.5GB RAM
    320 GB/80GB HDD
    evga GeForce 7600GS 256MB AGP 8X Video Card
    TVersity v1.0 RC7
    Orb v2.0
    Networked (Hardwired)

    Router
    Linksys WRT160N - DD-WRT Firmware

    Other Networked Devices
    Konica Minolta MagiColor 2430DL Printer (Hardwired)
    Wii (Wireless)
    Linksys 5-port Workgroup Switch (Hardwired) - For additional devices, if needed

    Internet
    [​IMG]

    - Merg
     
  8. john18

    john18 Active Member

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    Type of Satellite dish - Slimline

    Living Room Setup

    HR24-200 connected via HDMI to an Onkyo 806 AV Receiver and then HDMI to Sony KDS-60A2000.

    The HR24-200 is connected to the home network via the Whole Home DVR & Network system.

    Harmony One Remote

    Tripp-Lite UPS providing power to the HR24-200, TV, AV Receiver, Blu-Ray and HD-DVD units.

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    Bedroom Setup

    HR22-100 to Panasonic TC26LX60 via HDMI.

    The HR22-100 is connected to the home network via the Whole Home Setup via a DECA connector.

    The HR20-100 is being stored for the duration of the Field Test.

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    Audio Equipment - Onkyo TX-SR806 AV Receiver; Infinity TSS-1100 Speaker System

    * Computer Specs (OS, Memory, CPU, etc.) HP e9280t, Windows 7, i7-920 processor, 9 meg of RAM

    * Networking Equipment - Motorola 3347 DSL Modem/Router; Directv Whole Home DVR & Networking via a DECA at the computer and the HR22-100. The HR24-200 obviously has build in DECA.

    * Internet Connection Bandwidth - 20 Mbps

    I have refrained from updating my signature version of "My Setup" until the secrecy of the testing is no longer a factor.
     
  9. spidey

    spidey Hall Of Fame

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    Setup is posted in my sig. I plan on moving the HR24 into the living room to give it most testing and will connect it to AM21 for OTA. HR24 will have digital audio out to a/v receiver
     
  10. netraa

    netraa Godfather

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    Here is my setup, I'm waiting for the deca to age a bit, so I can acquire a few of the modules and get this rig off hardwire e-net.
     
  11. mobandit

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    Slimline AU9 ~ SL5S
    SWS8 Splitter

    Living Room
    HR24-100 via HDMI to Sony DGR-800 A/V Receiver to Sony 42" LCD Projection TV
    Networked via DECA

    Master Bedroom
    HR20-700 via HDMI to Insignia 37" LCD
    Networked via DECA
    SWiM PI on this leg

    Family Room
    HR21-700 via HDMI to Insignia 32" LCD
    Networked via DECA

    Internet connection is Time-Warner Cable through Linksys WRT600N router
    DECA Bridge installed at router
     
  12. jclarke9999

    jclarke9999 Godfather

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    Dish - Slimline AU9

    Multiswitch - SWM8 library 1.0.8 version 1.0.0 with port 1 connected to one 4-way splitter and port 2 home run to the Guest Room.

    Living Room - HR20-700, HDMI, Native On to Sony 32" CRT HDTV

    Basement - HR22-100, HDMI, 720p to Sony 55" LCD projection HDTV

    Master - H24-200, HDMI, Native On to Sony 32" LCD HDTV

    Kid's Room 1 - R15 (connected to legacy ports of SWM8) composite to 26" Zenith CRT SDTV

    Kid's Room 2 - HR20-100 (only one tuner enabled due to SWM channels maxed out) composite to 15" Panasonic CRT SDTV

    Guest Bed Room - H23-500 component to 17" Toshiba LCD HDTV

    Networking of receivers - DECA Installed 6/3/10. All HD receiveres networked and MRV running.

    Computers& Printers
    Laptops - Dell Studio 17 model 1737 with Windows 7 prefessional, WiFi.
    Desktop - Dell XPS410 with Windows 7 home premium, WiFi
    Canon MFP3240 connect via wireless print server

    Router - Linksys WRT54-GL ver. 1.1, latest firmware

    Internet - Roadrunner standard.
     
  13. spidey

    spidey Hall Of Fame

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    Spanky why the DECA filter?
     
  14. David Ortiz

    David Ortiz Save the Clock Tower!!

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    For Round 3:

    Slimline Dish (5 LNB) to SWiM-16

    SWM 1 out to 2-way splitter MSPLIT2R0-03 (power passing line to PI-28 in Second Bedroom, second port terminated)
    SWM 2 out to 2-way splitter MSPLIT2R0-03 (one line to Living Room, one line to Master Bedroom)

    Master Bedroom:
    HR20-700 (DECA connected)

    Second Bedroom:
    Power Inserter PI-28 to 4-way splitter MSPLIT4R0-03
    HR20-700 (DECA connected)
    HR21-200 (DECA connected)
    HR24-500 (internal DECA active)
    5th DECA networked to DECA cloud and DSL Router

    Living Room:
    2-way splitter MSPLIT2R0-03
    HR24-200 (internal DECA active) HDMI connection to Denon receiver
    H24-100 (internal DECA active) HDMI connection to Denon receiver

    Sony KDS-55A3000 HDMI connection to Denon receiver
    Denon 3808CI

    H21-100 Deactivated
     
  15. smiddy

    smiddy Tain't ogre til its ogre

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    I need to update mine, eh?! :)
     
  16. bhuber

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    Dish & Equipment
    • Slimline 3 SWM (6/16/2010)
    • 8-way Splitter
    • DECA module directly connected to Cisco 871W with 18v ps.
    • All Green Label

    Living Room
    • SCEPTRE 46" X46BV-1080p
    • HR21-200 via HDMI, networked (DECA), Dolby Digital on (Optical)
    • Native Off
    • PS3 -> HDMI TV -> Optical to HTIB
    • Samsung HTIB 5.1
    • APC 1300 UPS
    • 21 volt SWM PS, green label

    Bedroom
    • 27" SDTV
    • HR21-100, networked (DECA)

    Garage
    • 20" SDTV
    • H24-200, networked (DECA)

    Computers/Network
    • Router - Cisco 871W, wireless, 10/100
    • Desktop - ADM64, Windows XP (32bit) or Windows 7 (64-bit) 2.5GB RAM, 160GB RAID 0, Networked (hardwired), 256MB Geforce 6200
    • HP Laptop - Windows XP, 256 RM, 40GB, Wireless
    • Physical Server - Appro Dual Opteron 2.0GHz 4GB 120GB 1U Server w/VID LAN (hardwired), Windows Server 2003, VMware Server
    • Virtual Server/Media Server - Windows XP, TVersity, (hardwired)
     

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