Originally Posted by JoeKustra
Please read the posts by mabuttra (Mark) concerning the ability of the DHG to receive digital TVGOS in the quick spurts the data is now being sent. This is NOT
a legacy analog problem.
You get sainthood if you can get a firmware update to the DHG that allows a manual clock set and record without a grid
. Others will certainly offer bribes if you can make the DHG work better in an all digital environment. Best of luck.
But I'll save you a seat in the next shuttle launch anyhow.
Hadn't asked about a manual clock set and record without a grid
but certainly can throw that on the laundry list of user needs! Am I reading your reply to state that "ability of the DHG to receive digital TVGOS in the quick spurts the data is now being sent. This is NOT
a legacy analog problem" as saying what I was told by the Rovi guy is absolutely incorrect, i.e., the DHG can and does
splice digital data? If that's the case what can I tell Rovi if the problem really rests with their transmission (vs. Comcast or Sony)?
p.s. I'm as far removed from understanding what that really means as one can be. I Googled "splicing digital data" and found a treatise on cable transmissions but once I started reading about the different types of modulation, amplitude, etc. I felt my head starting to explode so I slowly backed away from the keyboard after exiting the page....