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Additional to the 79CHF you may have to add the monthly fee of approx.

The picture changed to alternating vertical black and white bars. Mainly because it was a no-brainer in terms of cost. Since I have this, I’m not watching iPlayer anymore Overall I am happy with the current service from CC, the internet speed is always great and until someone chomped the feed when 8485evb went down for 4 days, it’s been very good.

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Backing Up a Cablecom Mediabox Recorder. With cable xvr stranglehold on TV content provision being quickly eroded by the Web although maybe at a slower pace in Switzerland which doesn’t yet have Roku, Netflix, iTunes movie store, iPlayer etc etc they need to start being innovative rather than producing a product that is in may ways worse than the previous one.

Is there a catch? The Cablecom HD Mediabox is total rubbish I’m with cablecom and on paper can get a better service for less dough. Painless installation and setup process. I don’t really have a problem with the fact that it isn’t possible to watch a 3rd channel while the other two are recording something. The quality of the files recorded to DVR are good. I just don’t have to much confidence in there ability to not fill my mailbox with hardware especially if it’s not stable.

I’ve been with Cablecom for about 6 months now and knock on wood, had no real issues so far. I didn’t believe that one, but upon testing, I found it to be true. Big plus for going in to the help point though is that you can take in your old box, and they give you your new HD box immediately, no messing around with deliveries and sending packing up the mahual one, they do the cissco there and then, and say it will be fully working in manuzl hours If you power it off, you have to leave it off for 5 minutes.


If you have been through dvrr Firmware update with 8485dvbb and are experiencing crashing on a daily basis then call them and ask them to send one of the more recently released boxes. No “tune” facility for DVR playback. I have the latest Cisco box, not the Phillips which sounds even worse I got back from a trip last Thursday and found that nothing had been recorded because the box had crashed, and by Saturday I had noticed that it was crashing aprox every 4 hours.

The second time I gave up, powered off and went to bed. The time now is I came home and checked again and online it still shows at 56! Having 2 tuners rather than the 3 in the Philips box is a bit annoying though. Last edited by monkeyboy76; Papa Goose Forum Legend.

It may have been the original signal though I called Cablecom to make sure they didn’t try to shaft me with a new contract like they did the last time I changed my contract. What surprised me, however, is the fact that not only is it not possible to watch a programme while it is being recorded if a second recording is taking place, but also it is 8485evb possible to watch an existing recording while manal recordings are being made.

Mannual Cablecom HD Mediabox is total rubbish I’ve been with Cablecom for about 6 months now and knock on wood, had no real issues so far. Cisco DVR Dimensions width x height x depth: Good value if taken as part of a combo deal.


The original iteration of the Phillips box is buggy.

We actually don’t have a home phone, so what are the thoughts on the hand sets they are offering, and would I need this adapter to use one of these phones? While certain xisco aren’t perfect, I wouldn’t suggest that forumers let the shortcomings deter them from upgrading if they want HD. Although I’m a fussy bugger, there is nothing I cannot live with.

How do we manually force a firmware update? I upraded with CC once before from the std box to the recorder and it was NOT smooth and I ended up with 4 media recorders s they just kept appearing I have had the box freezing once every couple of weeks since we got it about 6 months ago, but over the last week it’s been crashing at least once a day, requiring the power to be pulled!

They included a request for me to post feedback on their site about the installation process.

I note that my tv menu now looks different The upgrade was simple, though they forgot some piece for the wall socket which they sent via courier out next day. I went into the CC help point in Zurich earlier to arrange this, last upgrade online resulted in 5 boxes arriving.

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So far, it seems a lot more stable than the Philips box. The girl in the shop kept getting 75chf. Could be the TV. I’m sorry if this information is readily out there, a google search didn’t help me any. The phone plugs into the modem, not the tv. As for phone handsets, there is no reason why you cannot just buy one yourself for example at interdiscount.