Quote:I think you've got the situation confused.
The former Comcast areas (such as where I live) use Motorola infrastructure, not SA equipment. This is referred to as "Hollywood/Westchester" even though I'm obviously in Marina Del Rey.
I believe the "former Adelphia" areas are the ones that use the Scientific Atlanta equipment. This is referred to as "Marina Del Rey" (which is of course confusing).
Anyway, I have never used Scientific Atlanta STB's or DVR's. In the Communicom days I think they used Jarrod or General Instrument STB boxes, but I have ALWAYS been Motorola, going back to the original DCT* equipment when this area was still AT&T Broadband before it got acquired by Comcast and then traded to TWC.
But for sure, I am absolutely in a Motorola area (came through DCT, DCH and DCX equipment) and currently have an M-Card in my Ceton tuner, and also have a Motorola MTR700 tuning adapter. And I CAN RECEIVE 226 without a problem.
Quote:Didn't know that they'd revised the instructions to show that either approach is "acceptable". But I'm quite satisfied with my splitter approach and the resulting signal strengths seen by the four Ceton tuners.
Ceton has revised its installation instructions. Daisy chaining through the tuning adapter is fine for a single TA installation.
Quote:Again, you've got my statement incorrect.
So 226 is working with the Motorola boxes, but apparently not working for the Motorola tuning adapters. Thanks for the info.
I DO have a Motorola MTR700 tuning adapter working in conjunction with my Ceton card and M-Card (connected to coax via splitter as I've described, not daisy-chained). And I get 226 perfectly.
Don't know what the problem is with your location or setup, but my setup does NOT have a problem tuning to 226 through the Motorola MTR700 tuning adapter, Ceton tuner, and M-Card.