The Bell 9500 Receiver does NOT have PIP...but neither did your 9400 so what is the issue?So I read some people say the 9500 had PIP brought back, but I don't see that listed on Bell's specification page or on the new remote control. I've talked them into giving me a free replacement for my 9400, but if it doesn't have PIP/channel swap brought back, I'm not even sure I want it. Can anybody confirm this?
The issue is that their 9242, which melted to my TV stand 3 months ago, had PIP and channel swap and I'm trying to figure out why Bell likes to go backwards in features. The 9400 is a free rental they gave me that I'm not happy with.The Bell 9500 Receiver does NOT have PIP...but neither did your 9400 so what is the issue?
For anyone who will do IR extenders, on the picture below i highlighted the place of where you would stick the extender LED, there are barely visible three holes for IR eyesHas anyone had any luck purchasing an ir remote extender that they know will work with the bell 9500 receiver? I tried one and could not get it to work with this receiver. I do believe the remote extender was working as the lights would flash when I would hit buttons on the remote. Not sure why they got rid of the uhf with this remote and receiver.