Originally Posted by chrisdfw
Crashing still happening “Check your logs it’s happening”
Random Pixelation / Macroblocking http://experts.windows.com/frms/wind...px?PageIndex=1
No forum on site to discuss these issues
Coax connector can break off if you look at it wrong
Gets damn hot. 20 watts and no heat sink come on
Not crazy about the “it will light your room” blue light in a HTPC product.
Home run prime None of the above issues
Please don't spread mis-information. The InfiniTV's power-consumption, at the maximum (assuming a CableCARD drawing the maximum amount of power allowed by the spec is inserted, and with all 4 tuners in use) is 14 watts. Typical power consumption is around 7 watts. This is a very far cry from the 20 watts you quoted. Heat is not an issue in a case with ANY airflow around the InfiniTV.
Also, Ceton is not aware of *ANY* crashes being experienced by customers running our newest firmware. If you are experiencing them, please open a support ticket and we will investigate.
The InfiniTV's coax connectors should not break off, and I have gone so far as to abuse some of mine without issue. If yours did break off, that is an anomaly. Please contact our support and we will resolve it for you.
You are correct that Ceton does not have its own forum, but myself, JeremyH, Michael and Motz are frequent visitors here, and on both TGB sites. At this point, we see no need to create yet another forum when there are 3 sites which share a similar purpose that we participate in.
As far as the blue LED, the OCUR spec actually requires a status LED, so all OCURs will have one. I would expect that the HDHR Prime's LED, which is forward-facing, would be more objectionable. I know that I do not find the glow from the InfiniTV's LED objectionable, even in a dark room. If you find it that objectionable, PM me your address and I will send you a sticker to cover it.