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More than 1 RF HD DVR, any problems?

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In keeping with my streak of asking inane or even dumb questions, here I go.

I have 1 HD DVR set to us RF for the remote in my family room.

I am going to add another HD DVR in a bedroom.

If I set the second HD DVR to RF control will it create any issues, or does it operate on a separate frequency?

Thanks.
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No, you marry a RF remote to a given receiver using unique receiver ID #.
Edmund said:
No, you marry a RF remote to a given receiver using unique receiver ID #.
I thought you could but i may be wrong, see if this link helpls

http://www.dbstalk.com/forumdisplay.php?f=115
I have two HD DVRs both on RF on the same remote. Works great. I also have a regular HD receiver in another room using RF. Like Edmund said, you marry the remote to the receiver using the receiver ID. I have one DVR on the DIRECTV selection and one on AV2 on my remote...both RF.
JS29 said:
In keeping with my streak of asking inane or even dumb questions, here I go.

I have 1 HD DVR set to us RF for the remote in my family room.

I am going to add another HD DVR in a bedroom.

If I set the second HD DVR to RF control will it create any issues, or does it operate on a separate frequency?

Thanks.
I've got three HRs in one room all on RF and no problems with them or the other four HRs spread thru the house all using RF. Do it. Dread naught.

Rich
rich584 said:
I've got three HRs in one room all on RF and no problems with them or the other four HRs spread thru the house all using RF. Do it. Dread naught.

Rich
Thanks all!
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