Originally Posted by Tom Roper
Yes, Yes and Yes. Use the the guide.
Is this the guide you are referring to? http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showp...&postcount=753
Sorry, I just found this thread and thought I'd check in...
quick question, how do you know what material is 1080p? I have the same problem and want to test but don't know what to download, something short, I guess I'll see if I can find this hulk trailer.
Originally Posted by hoehne...
I was just reading a review posted a while back when my TV was released. It says it will accept 24fps and 60fps, but it converts 24fps to 60fps adding 3/2 pulldown.
According to that I guess it should be able to accept the HR20...
I have a Sony SXRD KDS-R70XBR2. The manual does not say what type of 1080p it supports. I am getting "Unsupported Video Signal" when switching my HR20 to 1080p.
I have a sony blu-ray DVD player. I thought this player's output was...
Thanks. I bought it back in Aug. when I posted and have been very happy with it. It works very well.
Originally Posted by bunkers
I just bought one from amazon and the reviews there convinced me it would be a safe purchase. ...
how many LAN ports do those units have? My HR20 has two ports and I get what you get on one of them, the other one is fine. If yours has two maybe you can try the other port.
Originally Posted by TallGuyMe
I was recently...
no, you can't. This DVR sends the same video to all outputs.
Originally Posted by bone_fide
I'm considering ordering a new HD-DVR from Direct. Can I use one reciever to watch two TVs in HD and if so, on different channels?...