I know the 9241's need 2 cable input feeds from the satellite. If I have just 1 cable from the satellite, is there a splitter of some sort that I can plug into it that will split that cable into 2 cables that can go into the 9241's 2 satellite inputs?
I know this has been posted before in the sticky's with diagrams, but I still can't figure it out. Or put my head around it.
I have a new Bell PVR 9241 and only 1 Dish with a dual LNB. (I believe it's a "single eye" LNB if I am saying correctly)
I only have 1 line coming into the house and do...
Bell TV, formerly known as Bell ExpressVu, Dish Network Canada and ExpressVu Dish Network, is the division of Bell Canada that provides Direct-to-Home satellite television service across Canada.
The service, which launched on September 10, 1997, has over 1.8 million subscribers and competes...
Bell Satellite TV, still known by many Canadians as Bell ExpressVu, this week began an exchange program that will see the company replace every Bell TV MPEG-2 HD satellite receiver currently in use with upgraded MPEG 4-HD receivers.
Under the plan, Bell will replace an estimated 240,000 High...
With the new Shaw 630 HD PVR being released this week, it would appear that Shaw Direct has a viable alternative on its hand.
If you've had first hand experience with BOTH the Bell 9241 (or 9242) and the Shaw 630 please post your thoughts.
What I'd like is for folks to post
What they like...
According to rumours from the Canadian wireless blogosphere, Bell TV is expected to begin offering remote HD PVR access beginning February 12th.
If true, the new feature would allow owners of the Bell 9242 and 9241 HD PVR to schedule recordings and manage their PVRs library of shows remotely...
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