Are You Familiar with the DISH High-Definition DVRs?

August 27th, 2009 | by Admin |

Right now I get my cable, Internet and telephone all from the same provider. The DISH Network ViP612™ HD DVR looks very tempting, and I am considering switching my television reception to DISH Network. I am going to compare the benefits and costs of both. I did some research on the Internet and discovered that the features of the ViP612 high-definition, digital video recorder that will record up to 200 hours of SD and up to 30 hours of HD programming.

The 612 supports one HDTV and has has an external hard drive2 in order for you to record and store tons of programs. Because it has two satellite tuners you can watch one program while you are recording another. You can also record two programs while watching one you already have recorded. Now that is worth the cost.

Here is a site that compares DISH HD DVR’s with DIRECT TV HD DVR’s.

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