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post #1 of 3 Old 06-29-2012, 10:17 PM - Thread Starter
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I am selling my DishNetwork DTVPal DVR. Just in case you don't know, this is a dual-tuner, over the air DVR that records up to 30 hours of HD programming and 150 hours of SD programming on its internal 250gig hard drive. No subscription is required. The hard drive is upgradable, but I have not done that.

My unit is completely functional and has been upgraded to the latest F208 firmware. It comes from a non-smoking, child-free home. The remote is in pristine condition as I have always used a universal remote to control my av system. The unused 'access card' is also present. Also comes with the original box, some papers that came in the box. and the bundled cables if I can find them. One other special extra bonus is my recordings of SNL and ST:TNG for your viewing pleasure.
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I know this is long ago... do you still have it?
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DVTPal causes DVT (thrombosis) by inactivity, TV PE can kill, you are right smile.gif

On the other hand this is identical to the CM-7000PAL unit
and it is the BEST OTA DVR out there, most modern interface.

It is actually identical internally to the OTA section of a Dish VIP622.

I have 3 in my home.

Should sell well at your price point, these are hard to find anymore.
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