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I was look at a Eyetv HD as a DVR but I have one of the comcast little black boxes with no RCA output and I don't know if the Eyetv can slave the little thing with the infrared channel changer so I just would like to see what others think of the idea and if any one has a good idea to go form coaxial cable to component RCA or other options I can use
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Have you gone to the El Gato EyeTV web site and taken a look through their knowledge base? They have a list of what will work and what won't. Also various work arounds. The EyeTV is compatible with most cable boxes and cable selectors. One of the exceptions is FIOS by Verizon, so you'll want to make sure the Comcast box that you have will work.
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