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Isn't there also a menu for looking at carrier frequencies, SNRs, and such?
 

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any thoughts on how the settings are saved. I have a comcast motorola HD box in my HT and I can never get it to save the resolution settings. the signal is going through a processor to a projector. Every time I fire up the theater to watch HDTV, I have to invoke the service menu and set the aspect ratio and resolution. I have tried starting things up in different sequences.


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I just checked the user manual for both the single and dual tuner Motorola DVR and it says "To exit the menu and save your settings, press the POWER or MENU key." Hope this helps.


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Let me ask a variation of that question.....
I'm looking for a way to DECREASE the default audio level on HDMI Output.... by 6 to 8 DB.. Power off/Menu doesn't seem to have it... Is there another menu I could access to change that audio level????? Motorola DCH 6416... Thank You...
 

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Did you realize that this is a 10 year old thread? :)
If I can get the information, who cares?
Only reason why I'm asking, is because my Panasonic RX-V479 HDMI Audio Unlocks on DVR Playback of this unit...
Mitsubishi DLP Doesn't, External HDMI Switcher doesn't, but Panasonic RX-V479 does unlock on DVR Program Playback change....

I'm trying to implement Source Input Audio Trim on Panasonic, to normalize audio levels, but can't due to this Panasonic HDMI Switcher bug...

Work around (If I can find a way to do it) would be decrease Motorola Box HDMI Audio 6-8 DB, to match audio levels to other sources, if I can find a way to do it....
So I don't have to grab for the audio remote with every HDMI Input Change!!!!

Firmware on all boxes is current, according to the MFG's.

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Unless you have access to the Service Engineers manual that is specific for your model, firmware version, board build, etc., entering the service menu can be a dangerous thing to do. Very easy to brick a tv. Instructions you find online may work but if what you want to do is not possible given the reasons I just mentioned, you could damage your tv or brick it altogether. Good luck.
 

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Unless you have access to the Service Engineers manual that is specific for your model, firmware version, board build, etc., entering the service menu can be a dangerous thing to do. Very easy to brick a tv. Instructions you find online may work but if what you want to do is not possible given the reasons I just mentioned, you could damage your tv or brick it altogether. Good luck.
It's a Motorola Cablebox, but point well taken, and still looking for this information!
 

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It's a Motorola Cablebox, but point well taken, and still looking for this information!
Just to jump in here, but most cable supplied boxes have custom firmware that can disable almost anything they want to hide from the user.
 
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