Originally Posted by domino92024
I don't see how they could triple it. Cox has a habit of throttling down the maximum HDD capacity to 160MB with their firmware. A firmware update could release this to the size of the HDD in the DVR. Since the DCX3400 comes with a maximum HDD size of 320GB, which is double the minimum size of 160MB, I can see how Cox could double the accessible HDD.
Cox hasn't gone to all MPEG4 in your market, have they?
Not Sure.....this is what I got.....Does is look legitimate????
From: Cox Hampton Roads Add to Addresses Block Sender
Date: Tuesday, September 11, 2012 12:30 PM
To: email@example.com Add to Addresses
Subject: Cox Hampton Roads: You Just Got A DVR Storage Upgrade!
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Cox Tripled the Storage Capacity of Your DVR for FREE!
Cox just made TV three times as enjoyable because we have automatically increased the storage capacity of your DVR.
Here's what you get with your FREE DVR improvement:
Triple the storage space
Record up to 280 hours in Standard Definition or 80 in HD
It’s automatic — you don’t have to do a thing
If you have more than one DVR, it will only affect your Motorola DCX 3400, identifiable by the label on the front of your receiver
Plus, it’s completely FREE
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What do you think, Occasio????