[mythtv-users] hd homerun and STB
John P Poet
jppoet at gmail.com
Tue Jun 3 02:22:14 UTC 2008
On Mon, Jun 2, 2008 at 8:02 PM, steve <sfreilly at roadrunner.com> wrote:
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> Brian Wood wrote:
> | On Monday 02 June 2008 19:34:48 Anduin Withers wrote:
> |>> lol, yes I did that first, and I got the unencrypted channels, about 10
> |>> of them. definately not worth what I paid for the box.
> |> The item you purchased doesn't do what you seem to think it does.
> Those 10
> |> channels you see are probably exactly what you are supposed to see.
> |> after the STB and expecting to tune, let alone, tune all 700 of those
> |> channels is something you should realize will not work.
> | Yea, the HDHR can receive off-air ATSC or unencrypted QAM from a cable
> | If you want to receive encrypted QAM signals you must use an STB and a
> | device that accepts the output of the STB, generally either baseband or
> | sometimes RF.
> what do you mean by that..... I have to have something between the STB,
> and the HDHR? besides the cable running between the 2?
It means that the HDHR can *only* handle unencrypted data. Your STB
is necessary to decrypt the encrypted channels, and you would need
something like this:
to then capture the output from the STB. In other words, the HDHR is
no good to you, except for (probably) your local channels.
Note that linux drivers for the HD-PVR are not available (yet).
A: Because it messes up the order in which people normally read text.
Q: Why is top-posting such a bad thing?
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