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Old 03-19-2011, 07:53 PM   #1
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Red face Using a DVR in the Georgetown

In order to use a DVR (Digital Video Recorder Sat Reciever) you need to havve two lines (From Shaw aka Star Choice) in order to record one program and watch another as it is being recorded. So, on our 360, we ran coax (from connection plates) under the hood through the firewall, up under the dash and up to the top cabinet on the passenger side by way of the windshield trim. Then over to the middle cabinet where the DVR is situated...We do not use the sat dish on the roof but always set up our portable sat dish on site. Works great.

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Old 03-22-2011, 06:10 AM   #2
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We set ours up with the two cables coming straight down through the roof to behind the TV, ours is up front, then to the DVR in the cabinet just to the right. Came out of the DVR with direct connections to the TV and the coaxial connection to the VCR. That way I can send it to the rear TV as well. We can't watch different programs unless we are connected to cable at a campground though.

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