|Item Weight||10 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||10.5 x 17 x 3 inches|
|Item model number||MR-1500T3|
Moxi 2-Tuner 500GB HD Digital Recorder (2008 Model)
- Digital Video Recorder with CableCARD support
- No monthly subscription fees
- 500GB Hard Drive: more than 75 hours of HD or 300 hours of SD recording
- Emmy Award-Winning Moxi Menu
- Live TV, DVR, and Photo, Game, Music, and News Browser
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Moxi 2-Tuner 500GB HD Digital Recorder
From the Manufacturer
From the Manufacturer
Want to bring the best content from your cable provider, the Internet, and your home computer to your HDTV? The Moxi HD DVR makes it easy to access it all from one menu with one remote--and all with no monthly DVR service fees.
Moxi’s huge 500 GB hard drive records up to 75 hours of HD and 300 hours of SD programming, and it's expandable up to 1000 hours of HD shows with a 6.0 terabyte external drive.
You can also add a Moxi Mate, which allows you to access live TV as well as all of the content on your Moxi HD DVR from another room. It’s an easy, inexpensive way to enjoy your Moxi on other HDTVs in your home.Key Features
· Three Live HD TV Tuners
· Multi-room sharing with the Moxi Mate, now with Live TV
· Traditional grid programming guide
· Expandable to 1000 hours of HD recording with 6.0 terabyte drive
· No monthly DVR service fees
· Emmy® Award-winning Moxi Menu with HD graphics
· CableCARD™ support--no need for a cable box
· Includes backlit remote control
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- DLNA support watching my divx movies, hulu, mp3s, jpgs, from my tversity box was super easy. The DLNA menu is much faster than the Xbox360 or Dlink dsm-520.
- Menu is much easier to read than the motorola or tivohd, all three used different methods for moving around. all were just as intuitive.
- 2 hour live buffer is really nice... tivo is 30min...
- compatable with 4TB eSata drive from lacie. Tivo maxes out at 2TB total storage regardles of how it is installed.
- Ticker is kind of like a widget, nice. also there is a webpage display but it is currently really slow... could easily be a bug though. (you can view web pages from the moxi)
- worked right away after upgrading channel lineup. (the tivo required me to manually add the new premium channels)
- Just a response to other reviews as of july 10th when i recieved this box I have had no crashing, and my recorded content is flawless. Also the remote is indeed backlit.
- Tivo has a much better search, smarter more intuitive.
- box to box streaming and box to pc streaming need to be fixed.
- moxi mate needs to be released.
- no discount for second/third box.
- streaming HD from netflix/unbox/blockbuster
All of the cons listed are being addressed by moxi and they expect all of them to be released this year... (with the exception of dlna 2.0 streaming to a pc client.)
I purchased the moxi and tivo HDXL the same day within 4 days I had both units at home waiting for cable cards. Fios tech came out only had one card and installed it in the tivo so I used the tivo for 4 days before another tech could come out and set up the moxi. he had not seen a moxi and after showing him the cablecard pairing screen he was able to get the box running in 20 minutes. both tivo and moxi were effertless in there set up on fios.
After using them side by side for 3 weeks I decided to send back the tivo for most of the reasons listed above but also my tivo crashed on me twice and stayed locked up not recording anything. I would really like to see the search and schedule features brought up to tivo level, and of course the box2box and live tv streaming would be nice. one note on box to box... some tivo content can not be transfered if there are 5c flags due to the transfer method of tivo not being encrypted. Moxi uses a dlna 2.0 copy method so that no transfers will be blocked.
I would highly recomend this product to anyone looking for a DVR and want more open standards. Especially if you are already used to streaming from dlna product like tversity, playon or twonky. Also being able to have 4.5TB of recordings
UPDATE: Moxi summer software update added support for native mkv and avi files. This is great for streaming from a pc no more need to transcode.
Also moxi to moxi and moxi to mate streaming is working great. and lastly digeo has test esata drives up to 8 TB from lacie and verified they work with the moxi (those drives are currently close to $2000 though...
Here is a summary of my experience.
-Interface is so cool and so user friendly.
-Design is fantastic and blends in with the rest of my equipment (Unlike the hideous stock units that your cable company provides you)
Experience (Also I am addressing some complaints stated by other reviewers)
-Set up problems with Cable cards: Comcast had to try 13 different cards to get a response in my Moxi, and after three weeks and a call to corporate, it worked. This Comcast's problem completely.
-Not being recognized by Network (this one drove me nuts). This was a router setting.
-Responsiveness of the remote (It was not actually the remote's but, the HD interface that generated a slow response)
-Slowness of the interface (Resolved with January 2010 software upgrade)
-Time drifting (Lasted two months and fixed 6 months ago)
-I had to buy an analog adaptor $25 to watch local channels
-Reboot at 3am. I believe is part of software maintenance and happens with most DVRs
Also, problems with pixelations or other hardware issues (This is a basic computer, with processor, memory and hard drive for crying out loud, you cannot have stuck in a cabinet with poor ventilation and then complain about performance)
Would I recommend this product? ABSOLUTELY. Even when many challenges I experienced were frustrating and time consuming, most were not directly caused by Moxi. Why rent one of these when you have such a great product.a
I am currently considering a Moxi mate, which will allow to watch live HD TV.
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