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post #271 of 2239 Old 06-24-2008, 07:10 PM
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Is the install guide really an addition? It looked more prominent in the 901 menu, but my 900 set itself up before I figured out what Vid setting I had to be on to see, and I did find it somewhere to go through it again on the 900.
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Is the install guide really an addition? It looked more prominent in the 901 menu, but my 900 set itself up before I figured out what Vid setting I had to be on to see, and I did find it somewhere to go through it again on the 900.

The Install Guide is covered in the DTT900 manual for the initial power-on setup. After that those options may be individually changed from within the Setup Menu.

The difference with the DTT901 is that the initial power-on setup routine may be rerun from the (new) "Install Guide" option in the Setup Menu.

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West Portland - DTT-901's - 5 arrived today at Beaverton Bi-Mart. see Portland OTA forum.
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The DTT901 manual differs very little from that of the DTT900:


Where do I find the manual for the DTT900 online?
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The 900 manual, thanks to Mosquito aka FreeDTVShop:

http://www.freedtvshop.com/fdtv/converters/dtt900UM.pdf

darn, that's the quick start -- I'll find it somewhere, I have it.
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Well, here's the Insignia from ezdigital, same thing as DTT900:


http://ezdigitaltv.com/support-files/ns_dxa1_manual.pdf
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Where do I find the manual for the DTT900 online?

The last item on this page is first draft of the DTT900 manual:

https://fjallfoss.fcc.gov/oetcf/eas/...9;BEJ9QKE00710

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I got a few DTT901s from my local CC (Brooklyn, NY). Two are April 2008 and one is May 2008. Anyone noticed any differences yet between the different months?

On a side note, the first 901 I bought last week rang up as "DTT900" but the two I bought yesterday ring up as "DTT901".
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The 900 manual, thanks to Mosquito aka FreeDTVShop:

http://www.freedtvshop.com/fdtv/converters/dtt900UM.pdf

darn, that's the quick start -- I'll find it somewhere, I have it.

LOL! Yeah, I made the same assumption and found out different.
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The last item on this page is first draft of the DTT900 manual:

https://fjallfoss.fcc.gov/oetcf/eas/...9;BEJ9QKE00710

Thanks.
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The last item on this page is first draft of the DTT900 manual:

https://fjallfoss.fcc.gov/oetcf/eas/...9;BEJ9QKE00710

Between the first draft and the final version of the DTT900 manual there were many changes including the change in the Zenith model number, renaming of various remote control buttons and their descriptions, other corrected/fuller operational descriptions, the elimination of the Smart Antenna option and inclusion of an extensive list of TV brands that may be powered on an off by the Zenith remote, etc.

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I just called 2 HHGregg stores in Indy and neither have a DTT901 in stock. They do have
77,000 on order for the Indy area but don't know when they will get any. According to
the CC website, a local store has the DTT900 in stock. I will go check their stock and
try to find a hidden 901 model.
I can't believe how hard these are to find.
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Have returned February issue Insignia back to BB and got store credit. Went to CC to get a Zenith 901 today. Hooked up the 901 with composite and then RF to check pass thru. It does pass thru analog very well. Checked the signal meter for all digital channels. Levels were slightly higher than Insignia as I recall. There was breakup on one channel that the Insignia had no problem bringing in. There is bad weather in the area and I am hoping that this is the reason for that particular channel problem. All other channels same with both boxes. I will check the channel in question later and report back.
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The weather passed and so did the 901. I think the sensitivity is about the same as the Insignia. The pass thru is very worth while if you are using the RF output. Analog channels came thru just fine. There is clearly a better PQ with the composite (Red, White, Yellow) as compared to the RF on channel 3. So, there is a trade off on PQ and analog signals...but then you can hook up both and enjoy the best of both. No need for a splitter like you would need if you have the 900 and wanted to have PQ and analog signals.
Now, I have to figure out where to mount this box in a motor home so that it's out of the way, doesn't over heat, and in line of sight of the remote. Another project for another day. Then, there is the 2nd tv in the back,,,same deal.
Thank you guys for providing lots of info that helped me in the process of getting the best box for my needs.
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Went to Radio Shack today and the sales person stated the DTT901 model was discontinued due to audio problems. I've read some reviews stating some converter boxes had some audio problems, but does the sales person's comments hold any weight in this situation.

They're were trying to sell me a Digital Stream model.

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Went to Radio Shack today and the sales person stated the DTT901 model was discontinued due to audio problems. I've read some reviews stating some converter boxes had some audio problems, but does the sales person's comments hold any weight in this situation.

Maybe that's why they decided to stop selling the Zenith, but by the time the 901 came out the problem was fixed.
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Went to Radio Shack today and the sales person stated the DTT901 model was discontinued due to audio problems. I've read some reviews stating some converter boxes had some audio problems, but does the sales person's comments hold any weight in this situation.

They're were trying to sell me a Digital Stream model.

You've got questions... they make up answers! Is it corporate policy at RS to feed customers BS?

Actually, this salesperson might have been confusing the 901 with the DTT900, which had audio issues for most of the model run. But Zenith came out with the DTT901 to provide a CECB with analog pass-through. Reports in this forum suggest that the 901 has the audio fix, as well.

The RS website should show you which local stores have the DTT901 in stock (if any). I'd recommend checking that, then calling to confirm before driving there.

Or, if you have a Circuit City locally, check with them about their DTT901 stock.

FYI, the 900 and 901 packaging looks the same, but says DTT900 or DTT901 on it. Look closely to make sure you are getting what you asked for.
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Maybe that's why they decided to stop selling the Zenith, but by the time the 901 came out the problem was fixed.

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You've got questions... they make up answers! Is it corporate policy at RS to feed customers BS?

Actually, this salesperson might have been confusing the 901 with the DTT900, which had audio issues for most of the model run. But Zenith came out with the DTT901 to provide a CECB with analog pass-through. Reports in this forum suggest that the 901 has the audio fix, as well.

The RS website should show you which local stores have the DTT901 in stock (if any). I'd recommend checking that, then calling to confirm before driving there.

Or, if you have a Circuit City locally, check with them about their DTT901 stock.

FYI, the 900 and 901 packaging looks the same, but says DTT900 or DTT901 on it. Look closely to make sure you are getting what you asked for.

Thanks for the quick response guys. That's why i'm so upset--I called RS to verify that they received the DTT901 model today, on their truck, before i drove down there, and they stated YES. It was another story when i actually got there though.

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Thanks for the quick response guys. That's why i'm so upset--I called RS to verify that they received the DTT901 model today, on their truck, before i drove down there, and they stated YES. It was another story when i actually got there though.

According to my local RS, "the Zeniths are discontinued." I asked specifically about the "newer 901" and they said they only carry the DigitalStream boxes now.
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The RS website should show you which local stores have the DTT901 in stock (if any). I'd recommend checking that, then calling to confirm before driving there.

Or, if you have a Circuit City locally, check with them about their DTT901 stock.

FYI, the 900 and 901 packaging looks the same, but says DTT900 or DTT901 on it. Look closely to make sure you are getting what you asked for.

You should be able to order the DTT901 (and I think 5 other CECBs listed on the website) from RS via their DTV CECB Telephone# 1-877-RS-DTV-4U (1-877-773-8848) Mon-Fri 8a.m.-5p.m. (excluding holidays) (Not sure what time zone). Not sure if they can ship to store to save you shipping or if it is "direct to home".
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I just found a DTT901 at my local CC. They had a pallet full of the older DTT900 models, but only one of the DTT901s. I have everything hooked up and it's working great.

The only thing i'm a little worried about is the remote control. It feels extremely brittle and very plastic'y.

Again, thanks for everyone's help. *thumbsup*

Edit: April build date.

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You should be able to order the DTT901 (and I think 5 other CECBs listed on the website) from RS via their DTV CECB Telephone# 1-877-RS-DTV-4U (1-877-773-8848) Mon-Fri 8a.m.-5p.m. (excluding holidays) (Not sure what time zone). Not sure if they can ship to store to save you shipping or if it is "direct to home".

Except earlier posters on this thread have reported that you cannot get the 901 via the 800 number or through "Direct2U" via the store.

If I had time, I'd stop at the local Rat Shack hole in the wall and ask for it, just to see what they say.
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You should be able to order the DTT901 (and I think 5 other CECBs listed on the website) from RS via their DTV CECB Telephone# 1-877-RS-DTV-4U (1-877-773-8848) Mon-Fri 8a.m.-5p.m. (excluding holidays) (Not sure what time zone). Not sure if they can ship to store to save you shipping or if it is "direct to home".

I ordered the Digital Stream DTX9950 through the RS toll free phone number. They shipped via FedEx direct to my house, no charge for shipping, and they included a coupon for $10.00 off a $40.00 or more purchase. It arrived in less than a week.
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According to my local RS, "the Zeniths are discontinued." I asked specifically about the "newer 901" and they said they only carry the DigitalStream boxes now.

That's exactly what my local Rat Shack told me a while back.

On another subject . . . I recently got a DTT901 to compare with the DTT900. It seems to lock on to the signal better even when strength dips a bit. I am VERY pleased with the DTT901 and am going to exchange the DTT900 for a 901 this weekend so I'll have a matching pair.
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I have noticed something that might be important to the people following the heat-related issue. As anyone whom has followed my quest to find a box that even works in my area

(Majjor city between me and antenna farm/deep in woods/international airport multipath),

I had to return a 9950 because the darn thing lit up one night. The fire, OK loud snap came from (Apparently) the tuner can. No other componets appeared scorched, but the smell came from the tuner can. Even the case had scorch maks. A nice mleltdown (LOL).

But I happened upon a tuner pic that concerns me,
Post 113 one page 2 of the 990 thread:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/adrianb...75058/sizes/l/

That IS NOT the tuner I returned! I know, It's a 9900... But what keeps me thinking this is that there are people that swear this issue is overstated and they have (Reasonably) cool boxes. I believe them.

Mine had round tuner-tool holes. My R.S. guy might not have returned it for store credit yet. I'll try to get a pic if I can.

Just like the Sanyo/LG tuner swap mid-run in production. OK, I take that back. Just like the fact that they made the box in two differeny factories with two different suppliers of tuners and hence the mis-matched production run numbers...the Sanyo/LG thing might be happening to the 9900/9950 line.

Two factories. Two manufactures runs. Different tuner units..

This is speculation. maybe wise speculation. But I supsect after seeing a photo of what WAS NOT in my 9900/9950 sets (Texas Market) that more than one manufacture plant is in use and they use different tuners.

Hence why some can't see the reason we complain, and others (Like me) return boxes that flame out?

Care to compare your own box's tuner to the photo and post numbers relevant to the production stream? (Please DON'T void warranty stickers!)

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You should be able to order the DTT901 (and I think 5 other CECBs listed on the website) from RS via their DTV CECB Telephone# 1-877-RS-DTV-4U (1-877-773-8848) Mon-Fri 8a.m.-5p.m. (excluding holidays) (Not sure what time zone). Not sure if they can ship to store to save you shipping or if it is "direct to home".

After seeing the DDT901 listed on the RS website last Monday I tried to order one using that number. No go. The nice operator told me that they may be getting a shippment in mid-July, but that he could not take a pre-order. He did say they had gotten a small shipment in a few weeks ago and that it had sold out in 30 minutes.

My local CC has about 30 DDT900s on display (I didn't check the month), with no expectations of any DDT901s anytime soon, so I ended up ordering a CM-7000 since my coupon expires next week (I do have an SVHS equipped Panasonic).

It's been interesting and informative reading this forum, and I'm happy that I didn't blindly purchase one of early DDT900s (which I almost did), because audio is VERY important to me. Thanks for all the excellent reviews, comments, and information.
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After seeing the DDT901 listed on the RS website last Monday I tried to order one using that number. No go. The nice operator told me that they may be getting a shippment in mid-July, but that he could not take a pre-order. He did say they had gotten a small shipment in a few weeks ago and that it had sold out in 30 minutes.

My mistake. RS DOES say you can order the DTT901 via the phone #. As quoted they aren't taking Pre-Orders while out of stock. So if/when they get more 901s you should be able to order one via the phone.

Coordination with the local RS on if/when RS gets more DTT901s at the warehouse... might be a good idea. They might be able to order you one.
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No wonder Circuit City stores have had continuing problems with their business model.

I exchanged my two DT900s for 901s at CC yesterday without any problems. They had about 60 of them with a couple April and March DT900s thrown in.

You might want to shoot a message to CC corporate at the CC website. You could copy and paste what you wrote here. They might be able to take some action as it appears you ran into a manager who is a jerk.
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If your coupon is about to expire and you can't find a DTT901 or don't want to pay for shipping charges to order an in stock LG DTT901 from One*Call and you must have analog pass-through, you might consider the Memorex MVCB1000 which is similar to the Consumer Report top-rated Tivax. It is available right now at many Rite Aid stores. Call first. I don't have one because I managed to get a DTT901 from my local Radio Shack. However, the Memorex was my second choice. At least one AVS member is happy with it. See the Memorex MVCB1000 forum:

http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=1039569
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I don't have one because I managed to get a DTT901 from my local Radio Shack.

Ho-LEE-Smoke!!! A Radio Shack store that actually HAD a DTT901 in stock? For real? How did that happen?

I thought they were just showing it on the website to get buyers into the store so they could sell 'em a Digital Stream.....
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