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05-11-2012 07:26 AM
As pointed out above, if you have a newer Motorola Set top Box (the Black, small units or otherwise) they do not give the time. Most people, despite the missing clock would rather have the newer boxes with the new IMG updates over those old Motorola units anyways.
05-11-2012 01:41 PM - edited 05-11-2012 01:41 PM
I agree with Smith6612 ... I'd take a smaller form factor over having the channel/time display any day -- it shows up on the screen when you're changing channels and you can always hit the info button if you want to see it for some other reason. I've always found the glowing bright yellow/white/orange digits to be a distraction when watching a movie in a darkened room.
As for the time ... well, I have one of those old-school clock thingy's hanging on the wall for that.
05-13-2012 03:40 AM
Smithh6612 wrote: " ...if you have a newer Motorola Set top Box (the Black, small units or otherwise) they do not give the time. Most people, despite the missing clock would rather have the newer boxes with the new IMG updates over those old Motorola units ... "
I was under the impression that the "new IMG updates" were available on most of the older STBs (the QIP7232, for example) via a software update. Is this not the case?
05-13-2012 05:59 AM
I think he meant that supported all the new IMG features. 6xxx boxes don't.
Note the newer box was also meant to be greener and so it loses the display and uses less power. For some reason the newer DVR kept the display, although it uses less power than the prevous model.
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