[mythtv-users] YOU'RE NEXT! YOU'RE NEXT! SF Bay Comcast Analog Armageddon Has Begun
t004 at kbocek.com
Mon Nov 23 21:29:45 UTC 2009
stefan_jones at comcast.net wrote:
> When analog was phased out in my area we were sent one Motorola DCH-70 STB and up to two Motorola DCAs.
> They both have coaxial outputs that supply an analog signal. The DCH-70 also has a composite video and audio out.
> Comcast expects you to use the coax for your TV. It filters out the over-the-air analog and HD stations, though.
> I have a splitter. One output directly to the TV. One to the STB. One to my pcHDTV3000, one to my new HVR-2250.
> The DCH-70s's coax out goes to my old PVR-150. The DCH-70's composite out goes to the TV's auxilary in port.
> Fancier STBs have component out for HD delivery. There's an external Hauppauge encoder that can handle that.
I think I misunderstood you. I thought you meant that a coax output on the STB
was providing all the encrypted digital channels in a multiplexed analog form
suitable for tuning with your analog TV.
It sounds like you have the usual STB plus IR blaster scheme here.
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