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Logic Dvr faqs


Wireless(Cable TV) DVR FAQs

What is a DVR?

DVR stands for Digital Video Recorder. The Logic DVR lets you record any TV programme and watch it at a later time. With DVR you can also rewind and fast-forward live TV, pause a show, or even create your own instant replays or watch TV in slow motion.

What is the difference between DVR and PVR?

There is no difference between a DVR and a PVR. They are the same thing with different names: Digital Video Recorder and Personal Video Recorder.

Will I be able to record more than one programme at a time with my DVR?

Yes, Logic offers dual-tuner DVRs. Having two tuners allows you to watch one show while you record another or record two shows and watch one of the shows you are recording or a pre-recorded show.

How many hours of programming can I store on my DVR?

In general, you can store up to 125 hours of standard definition programming or up to 42 hours of high definition programming on your DVR, or any combination of both SD and HD programming.

How long can I keep my DVR recordings?

You can keep DVR recordings as long as you want; however, remember that the recording space is limited, so you may need to delete some recorded programmes from time to time in order to make room for new ones.

Can I record a programme in Dolby Digital 5.1?

Yes! As long as the programme is being broadcast in Digital Audio 5.1, the DVR will record the digital audio portion.

Do I automatically get the HD channels when I get a DVR?

Logic DVR set-top boxes are HD ready, but you still need to subscribe to the service for $12 per month.