Originally Posted by videobruce
BenCartwright; Does all of that happen with the cover removed??
I haven't removed the cover, but it does have a 6" 'face fan' blowing on it from 8" away, which keeps the case (and innards) at ambient room temp.
I must admit that after paying closer attention to the occasional need to Restart to freshen the tuner's 'lock' on channels, it actually appears that it's almost always only one channel I have signal strength issues with -- Nat Geo -- which sadly is one of my favorites.
Whenever it fades now I'm gonna look at all the channels to verify if it's just that one. If in fact the other channels look okay then it'll clearly not be a CM-7400 issue but a Cox Cable issue, which would be no surprise to me. In Vegas, Cox Cable SUCKS. Have I mentioned that before? (If Cox Cable wasn't automatically included as a bulk account with my condo association fees, I'd be using this CM-7400 for OTA.)
And quite frankly, I haven't seen it lock up at the 'Delete' prompt at the end of a recorded program since the firmware upgrade, so maybe that got fixed along with the Jump-To-End issue.
Originally Posted by Glew
Didn't know it had Slo-Mo function????
We're supposed to be able to press 'Pause', then use the 'Rew' & 'FF' buttons to Slo-Mo.
Dincha read yer daggum dang-ol' manual? .Edited by BenCartwright - 6/12/12 at 5:24pm