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Discussion in 'DIRECTV - H24/HR24 Field Trial (private)' started by Spanky_Partain, Jan 15, 2010.
Dude - change your avatar back - you're making me uncomfortable :lol:
Just a few hours... just a few more hours...
That's a good point. Man, he's pretty nosey, eh? Oh well those streams are in the "open" per se'.
He's saving the firmware stream, and looking at the ASCII data.
Thought he was looking a real Linux messages "live". Maybe not.
People used to (probably still do) with EXE files on games to get hints. When they start encrypting the EXEs people stopped for the most part.
could have been worse
like a lions one :lol:
That's not much worse.
Problem is he's posting about H24/HR24 in a thread about the HMC30....
Nice to see you and Smiddy come back from the dark side with your Avatars.
Ok, my h24 still wont connect to the internet via deca...
That sucks man...
The "real problem" is he's PSmith. :eek2:
Not sure about what you guys are seeing but I think MRV playback via H24 is worse this CE than last.
I share the same experience.
I would agree. I watched an hour long program from a HR20-700 not DECA connected an probably saw at lease six or seven episodes of pixilation or momentary video pauses. Last week there was fewer problems noted. I'm going to MRV a movie tonight to see how that looks.
Have not used the H24 as much for MRV as the HR20-700, but tonight will be viewing MRV content via the H24-100 perhaps 3-4 hours and update my infamous "tick sheet" for hiccup timings.
I agree also. It is an awesome HD receiver. But, MRV needs some more work.
I'd agree. Using the H24 as a client has been less than satisfying with the current f/w. My "legacy" HR2x's are doing a far better job as MRV clients on the current CE.
Now that I've had things relatively stable for the last two weeks, I've come to the conclusion that the DECA works pretty well picture quality wise, as long as you stay within the DECA environment. There are a few minor picture blurs form the HR24 to the H24, but nothing real serious. Crossing over the DECA boundary to normal cat5 ethernet connections is a different thing. My HR21 and HR23 are both outside the DECA environment and playing back form either of these two HRs to the H24 or HR24 are almost unwatchable. In a one hour show, there will 6-10 major blurps of both video and audio. Both the HR21, HR23 along with the DECA injector are on the same Linksys G bit switch, so there should be reatively little interference traffic. At this point in time, I would have to say it's all DECA or all cat5, but don't mix them. Unless DTV has some more updates to the DECA, I don't see how it is going to improve. Now I could be mistaken that the problems are related to crossing the boundaries but instead reside within the HR21 and HR23 themselves, but from past experinece, I 'm going to stick to my theory unless there is other evidence to show otherwise.