Yea I’m not not on board with it. I was on board with the original series starring Markie Post. She helped produce ratings. 😀It also has The Big Bang Theory’s Melissa Rauch as Judge Abby Stone, daughter of Harry Anderson’s Judge Harry Stone. These reboots rarely are as good as they sound.
This would support the model number being a H26K IRD, rather than a C26K client.Just a stand alone 4K receiver.
Just to be clear, I don’t know where the FCC was referenced earlier in threads in regards to this receiver, but UL or a different approved third party testing lab is a completely different animal, and a requirement.No what happened before is that a "name" consisting of a random hex code showed up. There has never been a false alarm showing up that exactly matches Directv's naming scheme. If you were going to name a 4K receiver, H26 or H30, probably followed by a 'K' would be very likely candidates considering what names Directv has used in the past.
As for why this hasn't shown up on the FCC site, maybe it doesn't use any radio frequencies? Past hardware has shown up because it supports some flavor of RF remote control, and/or wifi. A commercial only receiver would be controlled via IP over DECA, and IR for initial configuration or troubleshooting. No point in supporting either wifi or RF remote control, so it may never appear on the FCC site unless the RF usage via the coax connection counts.
This is clearly a real receiver.
That is painful, which is why I have two DECA’s with my parallel SWM16’s via the 8way splitters.On my HR54 which is using Wi-Fi, downloading a 30 minute show using OnDemand is painfully slow. A lot slower than downloading a 30 minute show via Wi-Fi on my computer so it isn’t Wi-Fi that is slow.
You obviously have not met my wife. 🤣Sometimes you gotta force the issue