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'Better Living Through Modern, Expensive, Electronic Devices'
|<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by Buddy_Yaussy:
I've also had good success with recording both OTA and DISH content with the HiPix. The only issue I have with this option is the lack of a reasonable solution to archive the content to removeable media. Right now it is really only useful for timeshifting.
|<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by tommyboy2:
The PC cards were built, IMO, with "timeshifting" in mind - not archiving. So you are correct, it would cost a small fortune to use these cards to build a library of HD content.
|This upgrade module will enable any Mitsubishi HD-Upgradeable television (a television which can be upgraded to full HDTV performance with the addition of a separate digital receiver) to receive over-the-air digital television broadcasts, including high-definition, as well as unscrambled cable TV. In addition, this module will also have an IEEE 1394 interface, copy protection, and Home Audio Video Interoperability (HAVi) software capability for control of IEEE 1394 digital devices.|
|Originally posted by bb1987:
Plus if you use tape drives you have the added hassle of restoring your backup to the hard disk which will probably take at least an hour for a movie, before you can play the movie.