I just got my 6620N today. It has the problem described by Elliot: more often than not, a station on cable comes in without audio, using the analog outputs. I just verified that a scheduled recording that is in progress is apparently not recording audio, so the problem probably has nothing to do with output used. Obviously, this would not be very useful. It's been almost a month since Elliot raised this issue here, will updating the firmware fix it at this point?
(I need to figure out how to do that).
It it does, I'll be fairly impressed. This is my third networked player. First was a MVIX MX760HD. Second was Popcorn Hour NMT A100. Both worked, after a fashion, but to my mind had serious limitations and were not ready for prime time.
This one got up and networked in short order. The Samba will probably work when I create an account with a password that doesn't have a character that appears impossible to enter ("="). The DLNA server just works (from a ReadyNas) and the hard drive installed in the 6620n is visible on the Samba network. (NFS is so frustrating to get working in any environment I won't try). So it works both ways, first time. (I can't remember whether the HD in the PH was visible on the network but it was so noisy I had to take it out).
And, it's quiet I had to squint at the fan to verify it's even running (assume it ramps up when needed). Unfortunately, too quiet most of the time tuning in to a cable channel. If that issue is fixed, I probably won't give up on the thing in disgust.