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Sling Media Slingbox PRO-HD SB300-100 (Old Version)
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- No monthly fees
- Streams High Definition video Around the house or over the Internet (requires minimum 1.5mbps upload)
- Multiple inputs Up to 3 devices
- Built-in Tuner ATSC/NTSC/QAM
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Take your entire HD home theater with you wherever you go with the Slingbox PRO-HD. Connect to multiple A/V devices and tune into your favorite TV shows, sporting events, and special programming in stunning, true-to-life 1080i high definition. The PRO-HD gives you the same features and ease of use as the Slingbox SOLO, plus a high-quality HD viewing experience-anywhere in the world. Easily connect up to three of your home-theater devices to the PRO-HD and take your entire entertainment center with you-on your desktop, Mac, laptop, tablet, or mobile phone.What's in the box: Sling Media Slingbox PRO-HD Internet TV Broadcaster, AC Adapter (100-120VAC, 50-60Hz), Ethernet Cable, Coaxial Cable, Composite AV Cable, Component Video Cable, Remote Control IR Cable, S-Video Cable, Stereo Audio Cable, Quick Start Guide and 1-Year Limited Warranty.
From the Manufacturer
Slingbox turns your PC, Mac, tablet or smartphone into a TV.
Tune in to your favorite shows, sporting events and special programming in stunning, true-to-life 1080i high-definition (HD). Change channels, browse the program guide, and set your DVR with an on-screen remote control that looks just like the one you have at home. The Slingbox PRO-HD easily connects to up to three of your A/V sources so you can take your entire entertainment center with you—on your PC, Mac, tablet or smartphone*.
Easily Connect Everything
Connect one HD video source, one standard-definition (SD) video source, and one coaxial source and watch anywhere.
Take complete control of your home theater via the web with the comprehensive and easy-to-use on-screen remote control and program guide.
Tune In to 1080i HD
Watch your favorite shows in stunning HD over the Internet on your PC or Mac desktop or laptop—from anywhere.
No Monthly Fees
Watch and control your TV and its programming on your PC, Mac, tablet or smartphone with no monthly subscription fee.*
*Download sold separately. Additional fees from your mobile provider may apply. Picture quality depends on network speed.
Getting Started with Slingbox PRO-HD is Simple
- Connect the Slingbox to up to three A/V sources, such as a DVR, a cable set-top box and a DVD player/recorder (The Slingbox is compatible with just about any A/V source.)
- Connect the Slingbox to your home network (If your router is too far from your Slingbox for a direct connection, use the SlingLink TURBO or another Ethernet bridge for connectivity.)
- Fire up your home network-connected PC or Mac computer, complete the Slingbox setup, and enjoy your very own home theater on your PC, Mac, tablet, or smartphone.
What Devices Can I Connect?
- Basic Cable TV Set-Top Box or Digital Cable Set-Top Box
- DVRs (such as DISH, TiVo, Comcast, ReplayTV or one provided by your cable/satellite provider)
- DVD Player/Recorder
- Satellite Receiver such as DISH or DIRECTV
- Video/Security Camera
- Windows Media Center
- Digital Antenna
- Digital Cable (clear QAM)
- HD Component Input Support for 720p or 1080i (60Hz)
What Do I Need to Watch on My Laptop?
Watch and control your TV directly from Slingbox.com. Using Firefox, Internet Explorer or Safari, you have complete access to your Slingbox and its connected cable box, satellite receiver or DVR. You get a virtual remote control as well as a searchable TV guide—all without downloading or installing desktop software.
Virtual Program Guide and Remote Control
View all of your television programming with the virtual program guide. With the on-screen remote control, change channels, pause, fast-forward or rewind and set up DVR recordings.
Popup Video Player
Multitask while watching your TV, or if you prefer, watch your TV in full-screen mode.
PC and Mac Support
Access your Slingbox from any high-speed Internet-connected PC or Mac laptop or desktop.
What do I need to watch on my tablet or smartphone?
With SlingPlayer software (sold separately) watch your TV and all of its programming on your iPad, iPhone, BlackBerry, Android phone, Android tablet, Windows Phone, Palm OS or Symbian smartphones.
Full Control of Your Home TV
Control your programming with easy-to-use menus and shortcuts on either a touch screen or navigational interface. Easily change your TV channels, navigate program guides and schedule recordings on your DVR.
Easy Access to a Wide Range of Devices and Programs
Control your digital cable box, satellite receiver, DVR or DVD player. Access music channels or video on demand.
High-Quality Viewing Modes
Enjoy stunning full-screen video. Switch to audio-only mode to save bandwidth or battery life. Adjust the video display size or aspect ratio. (Audio-only mode and adjustable video display size are only supported on select devices.)
Take Advantage of High-Speed Mobile Internet Connectivity
Access your television programming over a high-speed 3G, 4G or Wi-Fi connection. (Check your mobile device and service for supported connectivity options. Some Android phones and tablets support 4G connections. The iPod touch only supports Wi-Fi connections.)
Top customer reviews
The setup concept is supposed to be simple. Plug the slingbox into your router at home, go to slingbox.com, create an account and you will be able to see and setup your slingbox.
That's the concept. After about 6 hours of powering off the slingbox, powering off the DSL mode, powering off my computer, reseting the slingbox, trying IE and Firefox I finally got it setup.
Very frustrating for a supposed plug and play device.
I was still having intermitment connection problems and slingbox release a software update for the slingbox.
I thought great, they solved these problems and will update it. So I followed the steps to update the slingbox software version and it rebooted. Then I start getting the message "Cannot find your slingbox". I follow their FAQ and steps, reboot everything again, power down again, etc. etc. That never worked so I did a hard reset on the unit which erases the configuration and forces you to go through the setup process again. Remember how my first setup round went? Now the browser still cannot see the slingbox.
I've read such bad reviews about their telephone support and the 90 day thing so I hesitated until the last effort to call them.
First of all, overseas call center. So if you like speaking to people that have a basic understanding of the English language, you'll be happy.
Then, the tech says, "sounds like you've done everything to troubleshoot this on your own so we'll be glad to offer you a replacement unit". I think, great, that was simple. They I think wait a minute and ask "will this be a new unit like I just purchased or a refurbished." To wish he responded, and yes you guessed it, "a refurbished unit." So after investing about 12 hours into trying to get this thing running, spending $300 for a new unit, I now get somebody else's refurbished broken piece of junk.
I explained that i just paid for a new unit and the unit failed and that I would like them to replace it with an in kind new unit.
He cheerfully said, "Sir, we would be glad to send you a new unit at a 20% discount off the purchase price, and you can keep your existing unit you do not need to send it back." I was stunned and asked "So you are telling me after not even getting through the setup process, you want to charge me $250+ to get a new working unit to replace the broken one I have now."
Buyer beware, this product is not ready for prime time.
Wait or get a different manufacturer.
The setup worked just fine including linking to the Slingbox account but once I tried to set up for internet viewing it just wouldn't work. In my case it's because I've got three routers set up in a "Y type" series (the one from FIOS which is then connected to two more routers in a Y type link) & there's no way (according to Slingbox support) to open the necessary ports to forward from one router to the next unless I turn the router the slingbox is hooked up to into a bridge.
Since I really wanted it to access my DVR/Cable when on the road it's really not working for me. I just wish I'd known that before I'd laid out the $30 for the ipad app but I don't blame Slingbox for that since my setup isn't a common one.
I would estimate that if you've got only one router, or one it just set as a bridge it would work fine but I've got the set up I've got so that I can isolate a work network from a family one (i.e. with NAT on each router a person on the office router can't access the family router computers & vice versa [Done this way to keep records on the office computer confidential & to keep viruses my kids might get on their computers off the office system})for security reasons so I can't change that configuration.
Oh well, it's a nice device but if you've got a complex LAN setup it may not work for you for internet viewing either.
It is bad enough to have to watch 20 minutes per hour of commercials on TV. As the commercial that they force you to watch before the Slingbox player launches, and the ads that distract the viewing experience for short shows you may spend time looking at commercial content more than the show itself. For me this makes my Slingbox unusable.
So I'm ditching Slingbox and looking now for another solution.