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03-19-2012 10:43 PM
The first one's the manual, the other three are booklets that come with the Hopper.
Thanks Scott! I assume the manual is still a work in progress as I've discovered many errors and omissions so far. Still a lot of good stuff in there.
FYI: The user guide has a section on connecting Joey(s) and the satellite dish to the Hopper. These sections are lifts from previous manuals that direct connect to the dish and use NTSC RF "Home Video Network" to connect other TVs. The information is mostly incorrect for Hopper/Joey even though the text calls out Hoppers and Joeys!
The Joey instructions talk about connecting the "Home Video Network" to the back of the Hopper. MOCA isn't really a home VIDEO network. However, the cabling instructions from the Joey perspective are essentially correct.
There is no mention of the node. The section on connecting the dish talks about "Satellite 1" and "Satellite 2" inputs to the Hopper, and also mentions using a separator.
Remote section still references manual 3 digit code entry rather than on-screen programming with 4 digit codes.
The Remote code list is completely blank.
The graphics for slow motion show the stop button instead of pause button.
Cool, now I can "play" with the Hopper before I even get it.
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