I have an H10 and an H20 stashed away in my closet. Would these be of any use to anyone, or are they junk?
The H20 is an MPEG-4 receiver, so it could be used as a stand alone receiver, and will work with a SWiM system, but no networking, so no MRV.n-spring said:I have an H10 and an H20 stashed away in my closet. Would these be of any use to anyone, or are they junk?
I think they were OK if they had an ECO 2.0 sticker, but I personally wouldn't sell a -600 if I had one."studechip" said:Both have ota tuners, although need a Directv account to work. some of the H20-600s worked well. I have a good one.
According to 3 csr reps there was no such problem. I had 4 of them and now down to 3. I have one that has heat stained a oak table it sits on, but yet i was basically told i was nuts by the csrs when I asked for replacements. 2 of them had a meltdown and went dead. One was replaced with a h21 and the other they sent me another h20. They told me i had to pay for a upgrade if i wanted a refurbed h21 to replace my dead h20. I have MRV on my account also but cannot use it with these. I think they were trying to use that as levage for a upgrade charge."adamson" said:I think depending on the H20 maker it may get hot/overheated. So both really are junk.
Might want to look again.WestDC said:What the H20 can do and does as follows
2. Has a Rg6 output to the TV- allows this to be split and sent to a RF modulator and sent to as many RG6 supported inputs of Hi def. (TV) cable input connections allowing (pip) feature to passed around the home (as well)
yeah the eco 2.0 stickers made them last 6 months before burning out instead of the normal 3 months. I've seen them with 4 and 5 refurb stickers on them, I'm so happy they are a retired box now.dpeters11 said:I think they were OK if they had an ECO 2.0 sticker, but I personally wouldn't sell a -600 if I had one.