Nice, but even if it had an ATSC tuner, the price is out of my reach. Dan "Ciril Kosorok" <kosorok@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> Sent by: opendtv-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 07/18/2008 03:24 AM Please respond to opendtv@xxxxxxxxxxxxx To <opendtv@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> cc Subject [opendtv] Re: ATSC High Def Recorder I also had a similar DVB-T wishlist that came true recently when Panasonic released their DMR-BW500 DVB-T recorder. Best thing since sliced bread! Now I can't live without it! Maybe you'll have to wait for the ATSC version... Quick spec: =============== - Blu-ray Disc Recorder with 500GB HDD & Twin HD Tuner - Integrated Twin HD Digital Tuner, Record Two Programs Simultaneously - Playback and Archive to Blu-ray Disc in 1920 x 1080p or DVD - 7 Day Electronic Programme Guide Support - HD Optimiser with Digital Noise Reduction for Digital Broadcasting - HD Networking with SD Memory Card (AVCHD movie and JPEG [HD]) http://panasonic.com.au/products/details.cfm?objectID=4337 Ciril Kosorok AUSTRALIA ----- Original Message ----- From: dan.grimes@xxxxxxxx To: opendtv@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Sent: Friday, July 18, 2008 2:47 PM Subject: [opendtv] ATSC High Def Recorder Does anyone know if there is a box one can buy with the following features? 1. ATSC tuner. 2. Record native HD signals, full quality of the broadcast. 3. NO monthly fee or registration. 4. Record to Hard Drive for time shifting and replays. 5. HDMI output. 6. Composite Video output (to be used until I get a monitor with HDMI). 7. Be able to record one channel and watch another. The list is in order of importance. I used to use a computer with a MyHD card to record .ts files, but I would like just a plain blackbox that can use a universal remote and doesn't require running all the time. I found a Sony DVR and JVC DVHS that records HD, but it appears both are discontinued. I found lots of DVD and PVR recorders that record SD, but not HD. I see that the TiVO is HD, but works only with a monthly charge. Do the DirectTV boxes require activation (i.e. monthly charge) to work with ATSC? I searched avsforum but getting through the all the posts took up more of my evening than I wanted it to and I still didn't find straight answers. If I, being in the business, can't get to the answers, how is the common consumer to? Dan ---------------------------------------------------------------------- You can UNSUBSCRIBE from the OpenDTV list in two ways: - Using the UNSUBSCRIBE command in your user configuration settings at FreeLists.org - By sending a message to: opendtv-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with the word unsubscribe in the subject line.