07-25-2012 10:47 AM - edited 07-25-2012 10:49 AM
While on the subject, I read yesteday that X1 will only be available if you have the Triple Play. Anyone know if that's true? If so, not fair. I don't need a landline.
08-04-2012 10:58 PM
It's already August and nothing but Boston and Atlanta is just getting the first rollouts. It's only 4 1/2 months until 2013, if you think this is going to roll out that fast you are really clueless.
08-13-2012 02:22 PM
I have no idea who makes this DVR. I looked all over and saw no mfg name / logo, just 'Xfinity'. Also the Ethernet jack is enabled as it needs an network connection (i.e. you can check your Facebook via this DVR if you wanted too).
08-13-2012 02:36 PM
10-4 on the network connection.
Try to see if you can record more than two channels on that box, it might only have two tuners. The earlier trial boxes did have 4 tuners.
Please post back if you can record more than two at once.
08-13-2012 03:11 PM
I've been doing a little hunting for information and found this in a FAQ:
Q: Will I be able to record more than one program at a time with my DVR?
A: Yes, you may record more than one program at a time with your XFINITY TV Service. You can actually save up to two programs at the same time, and even watch a third program of any kind - a live program, a previously saved program, a on demand selection or Internet content while those recordings are in progress.
I found X1 User Guide in pdf format online too but I've been searching so many places for info I forget where I found it or I'd attach the link to both for you. Page 9 of the user guide says:
Record Multiple Programs
You can record up to two programs simultaneously and even watch a third program, whether it’s a pre
recorded show, a live program or an On Demand program.
Hope this helps.
08-13-2012 03:24 PM
To add...I can record two shows and watch a third LIVE show (couldn't do that before or ON-DEMAN with two shows recorded)/. But with all these features maybe an upgrade will all that. Looking inside the unit via the vent holes on top I see a cable-card in use.
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