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The Comcast website claims their DVR can record more than 3 shows simultaneously. Heres the URL: »www.comcast.com/Corporate/Learn/···sed=true

Is this accurate? Anybody able to do this? If so how?

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Again, it doesn't say specifically one DVR, where U-Verse is limited to 3 HD streams (depending on the speed of you circuit) due to the limited bandwidth of IPTV. 

 

You can't get 4, 5, 6 or more HD streams or be able to record HD on U-Verse no matter what.  Comcast is practically unlimited as you just keep adding DVR's.




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It doesn't mean or say on one DVR, you can add as many DVR's as you want to record to.




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That has to be a typo. Only 2 shows of any type can be recorded at the same time on a single DVR.

 

 




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Again, it doesn't say specifically one DVR, where U-Verse is limited to 3 HD streams (depending on the speed of you circuit) due to the limited bandwidth of IPTV. 

 

You can't get 4, 5, 6 or more HD streams or be able to record HD on U-Verse no matter what.  Comcast is practically unlimited as you just keep adding DVR's.




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