|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|2007-10-30 06:42 PM|
|merve04||I wish my condo was like that,, they seem to cheap to have HD in this building, there saying ill cost 25 000 dollars, yes 3 zeros,, i cant belive that figure,, theres 96 units in between 2 buildings. I'm sure i could put up some flebay parts and make it happen for alot less.|
|2007-10-30 09:17 AM|
My parents have the same set up and I was tempted to pick one up with a hard drive for them for Christmas but all this uncertainty scares me.
Bell has put up a dish on the roof for impatient HD clients so they don't lose them to Rogers but they get a pretty decent channel package from Bell included in their condo fee without setting up a separate account just to rent a PVR.
My suggestion to them will be to wait it out till the technology catches up.
|2007-10-29 10:13 PM|
|merve04||well my best guess is whats the brand of your recorder,, and then look in your bev manual and try those codes in the receiver. if your recoder is a one button record and stop,, well theres a chance ill work,, its a matter if the code is there for your recorder.|
|2007-10-29 12:14 PM|
BEV for Condos, IR Blaster and DVD recorder
My VCR just went kerflooie (sp?) so I figured it was time to upgrade to a DVD recorder.
Since I use an IR blaster connected to my Motorola RG2400 STB to control the recorder, I called Bell tech support to find out if the STB will work with a DVD recorder. First he said yes, then he said maybe then he checked with someone else and said no.
I don't think they really know.
Someone here must know if I can use a DVD recorder with my setup.
If the answer is yes, step by step configuration instructions would be appreciated.