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DVICO TVIX PVR M-6620N Dual Tuner PVR with Wireless Network Media Player- The Future of PVR Arrives Here! (NO HARD DRIVE INCLUDED)

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  • Receiving/recording two channels at the same time (Digital Set-top Box)
  • Store and playback high-definition video
  • Stream and transfer multimedia files via wired and wireless LAN
  • Enjoy video, music, and photos on your SD and HDTV
  • HDMI and Composite HD 1080i/720p/1080p Video output
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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B002WVJILC
  • Item model number: M6620
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #69,637 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 12, 2004
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NO HARD DRIVE INCLUDED. Product Preview DVICO TVIX PVR M6620 (M-6620N) Dual Tuner PVR with Wireless Network Media Player- The Future of PVR Arrives Here! No HDD is included in this unit The latest all-feature TVIX from DVICO, model M6620N incorporates the functions found in the Wireless Network model M6600N with a dual ATSC/QAM tuner in addition to the 802.11N WiFi and memory card slot. The M6620N with a SATA hard disk installed becomes a full featured DVR that can record one station while watching another. The M6620N offers user definable buffer size and live TV time-shifting, as well as scheduled recording. TVIX-HD supports various audio/video formats such as MP3, WMA, PCM, DTS, WMV9 and WMV-HD, DIVX, XVid, HDV and MKV files recorded by digital camcorders, and standard transport streams that are recorded by todays HD devices, as well as the new H.264 (MPEG4) format. In a home network environment, the TVIX is a versatile media client that can operate from a Network Attached Storage (NAS) as well as USB devices with improved ethernet throughput (50-60Mbs) of its predecessor. The portable M6500A features SATA connection for hard disk installation and USB connection to transfer data between your PC and the player. The M6620N offers high quality HDMI and analog Composite allowing connection to all types of displays. Networking capability supports video over wired and wireless LAN (Some limitations may apply for HD over 802.11N). TVIX is flexible enough to be connected to older standard definition TVs, HDTVs and PC monitors alike. The TVIX-HD also features both analog 2-channel and digital (Coax/Toslink) audio connections. Features DVICO TVIX PVR M6620 (M-6620N) Dual Tuner PVR with Wireless Network Media Player- The Future of PVR Arrives Here!

Customer Reviews

This unit is compact, highly effective, attractive and very responsive.
Ariel Fisher
At this point, I had shelled out 500 dollars for this DVR and wasn't willing to invest any more time or money troubleshooting an ostensibly brand new product.
Ed M.
All in all, this PVR can be a great additional to your HDTV for time shifting broadcast programs.
Robert P. Jones

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

34 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Ariel Fisher on April 14, 2012
This baby may seem pricy, but it does A LOT, and it does it well.
Things you want to know:
1) Before you can use it you must buy a separate hard drive, and the drive must be SATA with no more than a 32 meg cache. 64 meg cache drives are incompatible as of this writing. This allows you to choose your own drive size and swap them at will VERY easily. The drive just slides in, no cabling required.
2) This DVR can record TWO separate programs at the same time while you watch a third, BUT it only has TWO onboard tuners so the third one you are watching has to be recorded already. You CAN however record ONE channel while you watch another channel LIVE.
3) TWO ATSC HD digital tuners are built in.
The tuners are BETTER than the one that is built into my LG LED TV and better than DTV Pal in terms of responsiveness and ability to tune weak signals well.
4) It can output both digital and analog audio and video in a variety of resolutions up to 1080P.
5) It comes equipped with TWO USB ports where you can attach 2 extra USB drives and play their media files directly from the TVIX. This allowed me to eliminate my much buggier MICCA SLIM HD.
6) It has a USB interface port to connect with your PC as well as an ethernet port for network connections.
It also has RCA-type AV outputs (sadly no inputs), and ONE HDMI output, and one digital audio output.
7) The interface and tuner are both acceptably responsive and fast.
Almost every digital toy I have ever used to date has been slower.
8) The onboard tuners are very good at delivering quality output on imperfect signals.
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Doc Ostrow on April 19, 2011
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I ordered the TVIX M-6620N on April 9, 2011 at Amazon Marketplace from the seller MediaConcept USA. Because I had been ordering so many items from Amazon, my credit card company thought there was a fraudulent charge, which was totally wrong. It took until Monday morning, April 11, to unblock the credit card problem. That same day, MediaConcept USA received the order, installed the latest software, and shipped the unit. I am extremely impressed with their service. I received the PVR at noon on April 14, installed the Western Digital 2 TB WD20EARS hard drive, and that same day I recorded three programs. This PVR is on my home computer network because an ethernet cable goes from my living room, where the PVR is, to my computer room. I can download the high-definition recorded programs to my computer, edit out the commercials, convert them to the AVCHD format, and burn them on DVD-R.

I have been experimenting with some of the other features of this unit, such as downloading music and pictures to the PVR. Since the unit is on my network, this is easy to do. So far, I have not found any problems with the PVR.

I have been searching quite a while for a digital video recorder that can record high-definition programs and offload them. This unit meets all my requirements. The only other DVR that can do this is TiVo but then you are stuck with a monthly subscription fee.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Y. Yue on March 1, 2010
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Great concept and nice-looking PVR. The machine is new so it's buggy but with the active development I am hoping that it has lots of potential after a few months. The remote is poorly designed. I bought it in anticipation that it would work with NetFlix -- but not yet.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By JayP on April 24, 2013
I have a Sanyo Z4 projector in my home theater and I do not have cable, so I needed a digital TV tuner to receive free over the air HD signal. I searched for quite some time only to find that the major manufacturers no longer make stand along DTV tuners. What I did find is that Channel Master, Epvision/PrimeDTV, and a couple of others make tuners, however, the reviews are not great. All of them are known for buggy software, the Channel Master runs exceptionally hot and many don't last. I was about to buy the Epvision unit when I saw positive reviews on the DVICO TVX PVR M-6620N Duo so I gave it a shot. I purchased from mediaconceptusa.com and they shipped an delivered the unit quickly.

Hard Drive - Like some other DVRs the 6620 does NOT come with a hard drive, you must buy that separately. Personally, I think that is a good thing because you can choose the size you want versus being stuck with whatever the manufacturer wants. I chose a Western Digital Green 1 TB, 3.5" drive (WDBAAY0010HNC) that I bought for $70 and it works just fine. The drive must be 3.5" and it must be an SATA drive, which is pretty common and cheap. Installing the hard drive is very easy. The unit comes with a triangular clip which is screwed into the side of the hard drive using a screw that came with the drive, you open a cover panel on the 6620 and slide the drive in...That's It! To format the drive just go the setup menu and click on movies, the 6620 will then recognize the unformatted disk and ask if you want to format the drive, click yes and 30 seconds later you are ready to record.

Build - The box itself is well built, nice clean design and most importantly had an HDMI connection which my old Samsung tuner does not have.
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