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Ok, the search engine is bogged down so forgive me if this has been talked about to death.


I've got a Dish 6000 receiver and am interested in looking into recording HD. What's the cheapest, easiest way to do that? What equipment do I need? (I'm not an electrical engineer, so please no suggestions about building a box on my own)


Or should I even bother?
 

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You could start by posting your question in the proper forum. AVS has a special forum for HDTV recording. With the number of posts you have, I'm surprised you didn't know that. There you will find all the information you need plus the answer to your question numerous times.


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Look at the description for this forum:


"For the talk about HDTV hardware from receivers to display devices. This also includes D-VHS and HDTV Recorders and OTA reception."

 

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Obviously an oversight, hang over from before we had the special forum for HDTV recorders. I sent David Bott a notice on this, thanks. However, the forum name is bold and out front. If you want to learn about snow, better to ask someone in Alaska, not Panama. Common sense, ya know. http://www.avsforum.com/ubb/smile.gif


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Geez, lighten up, Don. http://www.avsforum.com/ubb/eek.gif


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Geez. Glad I'm not a newbie or I might be offended.


My infinite apologies for not locating the special recording forum section. As sdf777 pointed out, the forum description seemed to point to recording as an option. After all, it would be considered HDTV hardware.


Thanks for making an example out of me. (a quick note to say "you might get a better response in the HD recording section" would have sufficed)
 
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