The HR20-700 has a 300 GB drive. The HR21s have a 320 GB drive. The HR22 has a 500 GB drive.
Thanks! Amazing what the extra 20Gb provides...bobnielsen said:The HR20-700 has a 300 GB drive. The HR21s have a 320 GB drive. The HR22 has a 500 GB drive.
You are probably recording more on MPEG4 channels instead of the MPEG2 channels. A program recorded off of a MPEG4 channel takes up less space than the same program recorded off of it's MPEG2 counter part.Shardin said:Thanks! Amazing what the extra 20Gb provides...
"Hence early".Stuart Sweet said:To clarify, the changeover to 320GB drives was inline, in other words, it happened on all assembly lines at about the same time. Some HR20s did come with 320GB drives.
9.09% more useable storage to be specific.Shardin said:Amazing what the extra 20Gb provides...
What he said.Stuart Sweet said:That amount of specificity is inconsistent with the variables introduced by losses from formatting, differing bit rates for each program, and the amount of reserved space on each drive.
While your number may be accurate in the abstract, by failing to take these variables into account you misrepresent the actual gain that could be expected from such a drive swap.