If you need me, I’ll be in front of the TV. The Buckeye installer just dropped off a shiny new DCT-6412 HD DVR. It doesn’t have a full set of program guide data yet, so I can’t set up all the scheduled recordings I want. However, I did set up a few test recordings, so we’ll see how well it works. The iGuide interface is a huge improvement over the crappy TV Guide guide for the DCT-6100, although it’s not quite as sharp as TiVo’s interface. More on the unit after I’ve had a few days to wring it out and read the manual.
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3 responses to “DCT-6412 arrives”
I can’t wait to hear the full report on it. I’ve got HD-DVR envy!
Just wait until the windows based ones get deployed! But still… I wish I had a HDTV PVR no matter what the OS.
It’s probably going to be a while before the MSTV Foundation Edition boxes make it out here to Ohio. The MSTV team is apparently focusing on the biggest cable MSOs first (which makes perfect sense), and we don’t qualify by any stretch.