Updating moxi box
With two buffers, you can pause one station, switch to another, and then switch back to resume watching on the original station. Just so you know, Ti Vo has dual buffers too but they max out at 30 minutes.Truth of the matter is that the Moxi sounds great, but pales against the Ti Vo HD XL, which is its main competitor.Perhaps that setting is somewhere in the menu, but it should be enabled by default.I strongly feel that past the core functionality of recording and timeshifting television, the second most important function of a DVR is to present outside content to the viewer: Internet video, network stored files, and such.The guide is something that I don’t think I could ever get used to though.This is one thing that I cannot stand about the Moxi.
The search should only show programs on stations that are available.
Anyway, the current method for internet video isn’t good enough for an 0 DVR. Folks, there is one shining light to the Moxi HD DVR though and that is the Super Ticker. Press a button on the remote and the little ticker at bottom of the display will pop up and give you a shit-ton of info.
Everything from local weather, to sports scores, to news will tick across the bar.
The DVR has a powerful Broadcom chip at the core, which is what provides all the pretty eye candy.
Plus, the DVR outputs up to 1080p via HDMI and Dolby Digital over both Toslink and Digital Coax connections.
It seems so elementary that at least You Tube should have a dedicated app in the device allowing access to the entire library of content. If Digeo wanted the Moxi to be a game changer, there would be a dedicated app for Hulu.