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Thanks for your explanation

Posted by jedrider on February 16, 2018 at 09:23:40:

I still have to reread it and, also, at this point, I still have more questions than I almost care to ask!

Got the X1 box from Xfinity. Ready to return the M-card that they are charging me for.

Internet connection goes to the TV or the set top box, I don't know?

I don't think I have DVR capabilities with the X1 Box as I don't think I paid for it??

How do you turn off the blasted box! I think it is a power waste when not being used.

What I wanted, or WANT now:

Multi-tuner capability and broadcast over my home network. I presume this is what HDHomeRun was all about to begin with and that it is really NOT a set top box at all, correct??