No there is none that I know of.
No it didn't. in fact, this is a new feature for the 501 that was included in the latest download (version P1.65).Originally posted by HTguy
Did the 501 do this from day 1?
LOL - Some people would say that's a big 'if'. But I'm sure, with time, the two receivers will have the same features. I just expected it to be that way right out of the box.Originally posted by Jacob S
Hopefully the 721 will have a new software release to follow with that feature as well, and I am sure it will be added if they know what they are doing.
Quite sure.Originally posted by jannlinder
Are you sure it did not automatically switch you to the other tuner and bring that to the foreground? Just asking.
You'd wouldn't get the nag box if you didn't use the live buffer, so it wouldn't effect you. I'm not in the habit of swapping tuners for the same reasons as you, which makes the nag box so useful. I frequently use the buffer on sporting events (touchdown - commercial- kickoff - commercial - three plays and a punt - commercial - timeout - commercial - grrrrrrr). If I accidentally hit recall I would have to watch all this live and endure those incessant commercials.Originally posted by DLF
I, for one, would find a nag box adding to the already too-lengthy channel switching time to be incredibly annoying. But then, that's because I'm big user of Recall (yes, even with 2 tuners, it's easier than the PIP/SWAP/PIPx2 procedure) and hardly ever use the live buffer.