Originally Posted by KAD
When you say DVR are you talking a dual tuner one from comcast? Or are you talking about one of those DVD recorders. I Googled for a Pioneer DVR and couldn't even find one still being sold. Looked at Pioneer website and the links I tried were busted.
I work for Comcrap California and we only have Motorola DVR's here.
There shouldn't really be a problem once the digital cable is converted to analog. But I doubt the dual tuner would work.
You can have your other hardware hooked up during activation as long as the converter is connected to the outside cable before the other things. People on the phone don't know what they are talking about. There is a return frequency (signal that has to go back on the cable ) and that is why the converter must be first. These converters and all cable box's are IP based.
Were you using this DVR before?
I had the DVR before. It, like a VCR has its own tuner. It worked fine until I added the Motorolla
Digital Transport Adapter. Now, the only way to record is to have the DVR set on channel 3 and the box set to the channel I want to record. Pioneer 520H
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Last edited by quartet-man; 05-10-2010 at 12:02 PM.