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Hi all,

I have a pioneer elite pro-930 plasma that I am using with the built in QAM tuner for my local HD networks - I have been looking for a DVR to record HD and found a thread that mentioned the CinemaVU firewire DVR's. Has anyone tried this combo??? I would like to know a few things before buying one.

1. Does this combo work at all?

2. If it works can you watch a video input on the TV while it is recording off the QAM tuner

3. Does it integrate with the TVGOS for recording

Appreciate the help
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Hi all,

I have a pioneer elite pro-930 plasma that I am using with the built in QAM tuner for my local HD networks - I have been looking for a DVR to record HD and found a thread that mentioned the CinemaVU firewire DVR's. Has anyone tried this combo??? I would like to know a few things before buying one.

1. Does this combo work at all?

2. If it works can you watch a video input on the TV while it is recording off the QAM tuner

3. Does it integrate with the TVGOS for recording

Appreciate the help
Kev

I see nobody has replied. You might have a better chance if you post in a thread related to your specific TV model.

1) I can tell you I'm using one on my 2006 Mits TV and it works.

2) Depends on your set and if it has dual tuners. On my Mits set, I cannot since it only has one integrated tuner.

3) It does on my Mits.
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