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Anyroom DVR

Can some one please tell me how many shows the anyroom dvr can record at one time? I have been given 3 different answers from 4 different reps I have been told 4,(BY @ REPS) 2 and 1 does anyone really know the answer Smiley Sad

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Re: Anyroom DVR

And according to the user's guide:

 

"Please note that AnyRoom DVR Service only allows one DVR (for the primary DVR outlet) per account/household, and will not function with additional DVRs."

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Re: Anyroom DVR

Guess they thought they would be like att uverse   lol

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Re: Anyroom DVR

Thank you

 

I am glad I did not order yet because I was going to eliminate one of my dvrs because we use 4 Smiley Sad

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Re: Anyroom DVR

From my reading of the manual (available from this web site) only the main box is a DVR and has recording capability.  Thus, the answer would be two.

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Re: Anyroom DVR

Anyroom DVR has two tuners, so you can record two shows at once.  You can also play back on the main DVR, and both the remote boxes at the same time.