Comcast

All units listed below are GAURANTEED working with Comcast in areas where they use Arris / Motorola receivers. You will be required to obtain a replacement MCARD from Comcast before you will be able to activate your receiver.

These units will not work in areas where Comcast deploys Cisco / Scientific Atlanta receivers.

SUPPORTED MODELS:

HD receiver (MPEG-4): RNG110, RNG150, DCX700, DCX3200, DCX3300-M²

HD PVR (MPEG-4): DCX3300-M², DCX3400, DCX3501-M, DCX3510-M, DCX3600-M, XG1-A, XG1-P

Additional information on these receivers can be found in our comparison guide.

Below we have put important information you should know pertaining to your cable rights (NOTE: All information on this page has been taken directly from the FCC website).  To see more of the FCC laws pertaining to cable television please click the links below for more information.

FCC Informational websites (will open a new window):
http://www.fcc.gov/guides/digital-cable-compatibility-cablecard-ready-devices
http://www.fcc.gov/guides/cablecard-know-your-rights
http://www.fcc.gov/Bureaus/Cable/News_Releases/nrcb4009.txt

To file a complaint against your cable company with the FCC please go here: http://www.fcc.gov.complaints

If you subscribe to a digital cable service, you probably rent a set-top box from your cable operator.  Did you know that you could buy a CableCARD-ready (sometimes called “plug and play” or “digital cable-ready”) device instead?  If you purchase a television or set-top box that is CableCARD-ready, you can watch cable television without renting a set-top box from your cable operator.  All you need to do is purchase a CableCARD-ready device (such as a television or set-top box) from your nearest retailer and insert a CableCARD into the device.  You can rent a CableCARD from your cable television company. CableCARDs typically cost between $1 and $4 per month.  New CableCARD rules went into effect on August 8, 2011, to make it easier for cable subscribers to obtain and use CableCARDs.

A retail CableCARD-ready device is a television, set-top box, or device that connects to a personal computer that you can plug directly into your cable system to receive cable channels without having to lease a set-top box from your cable operator. As most cable operators provide some or all of their channels in digital format, old (analog) cable-ready television sets no longer work for all channels.

After you purchase a CableCARD-ready device, you will need to obtain a CableCARD from your cable operator.  By November 1, 2011, all cable operators will be required to allow you to install the CableCARD in your CableCARD-ready device yourself as long as that device comes with instructions on how to install the CableCARD.

New rules went into effect on August 8, 2011 that clarified and expanded rights for owners of CableCARD-ready devices. You have the right to: receive accurate information from your cable operator about CableCARDs; install your CableCARD yourself; have a technician show up with the correct number and type of CableCARDs if you opt for professional installation; and receive a discount from a package price if you choose to use your own CableCARD-ready device rather than lease the operator’s set-top box.  For more information on these rights and the FCC rules/laws scroll down.

  • Pay only for equipment you have.  Your operator must give you a discount on any packages that include the price of a set-top box if you choose to use your own CableCARD-enabled device.  FCC Rule 76.1205(b)(5).
  • Accurate information on the rental cost of a CableCARD from your provider.  Your operator must list the cost of a CableCARD rental on its website or billing inserts and on its annual rate notice, and must provide you with this information when you call.  FCC Rule 76.1205(b)(5), 76.1602(b).  Typically operators charge $0-4 per month to rent a CableCARD.
  • Use your own set-top box without extra charge.  FCC Rule 76.1205(b)(5)(C). Your cable operator may charge you to lease a CableCARD or tuning adapter, but may not charge you an additional service fee for using your own digital-cable-ready television or set-top box.
  • Self-install your CableCARD.  Effective August 8, 2011, cable operators must allow self-installation of CableCARDs if they allow self-installation of other equipment, such as digital boxes or cable modems.  By November 1, 2011, all cable operators must allow self-installation of CableCARDs.  Your operator may decline your request for self-installation if your equipment manufacturer or vendor does not provide you with instructions on how to install a CableCARD and offer a toll-free telephone number for product support.  FCC Rule 76.1205(b)(1).
  • Receive the number of CableCARDs you request.  If you opt for a professional installation by your cable operator, the technician must arrive with at least the number of CableCARDs you request. FCC Rule 76.1205(b)(3). If you opt for self installation your operator must provide them to you through their normal self-installation procedures (for example by mailing them to you or letting you pick them up at the operator’s local retail location).  Some CableCARD devices may require two CableCARDs to access all features.  Refer to your user manual for more information.
  • Receive a multi-stream CableCARD unless you request otherwise.  FCC Rule 76.1205(b)(2).  If you have a retail device with more than one tuner and that device supports multi-stream CableCARDs, one multi-stream CableCARD can allow you to access multiple simultaneous channels.
  • Receive all “linear” channels (channels other than “on-demand”) in your subscription package.  This includes premium channels and specialty channels.  For some channels delivered using a technique called “switched digital video,” you may need a second device called a “tuning adapter.”  This device is typically provided at no additional charge to CableCARD customers.  FCC Rule 76.1205(b)(4).  CableCARD-ready devices currently cannot receive your cable operator’s Video on Demand services.
  • Get accurate information about services available to CableCARD subscribers.  FCC Rule 76.1205(c).

If your cable operator does not resolve your concern, you may file a complaint with the FCC and/or your local franchise authority.  To file 
your complaint with the Commission, click on www.fcc.gov/complaints.

 

 

 

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Arris DCX3600-M (1-6TB DVR)
SKU: SKU51005
  • Available in 500GB, 1TB, 2TB, 3TB, 4TB & 6TB
  • 1 year warranty, including HDMI, power cable & new remote.
  • Whole Home DVR, MR-DVR, Multiroom, MOCA capable

Guaranteed working with Charter, Cox, Spectrum & Time Warner Cable.

Previous Generation model: DCX3510 (500GB)

Next Generation model: DCX3635 (1TB)

 
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Arris XG1-A (500GB - 6TB DVR)
SKU: SKU289761

Arris XG1-A, 1Y warranty, six tuner DVR w/ remote & HDMI cable.

Comcast X1 info

These units are only compatible with Comcast.

 
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Motorola DCH3200 HD Receiver (Premium)
SKU: SKU26087

90 day warranty, includes new remote, HDMI & power cable.  USA providers only.  Compatible with Charter, Comcast, Cox, MediaCom, among others.

 
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Motorola DCH3416 160GB DVR PVR (Premium)
SKU: SKU26088

Motorola DCH3416 All-Digital Set-Top, HDTV & DVR w/ 160 GB hard drive (25 hours HD recording).  New Atlas remote, HDMI cable, 6 month warranty.

 
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Motorola DCH6200 HD Receiver (Premium)
SKU: SKU26086

90 day warranty, includes new remote, HDMI & power cable.  USA providers only.

 
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Motorola DCH6416 160GB DVR PVR (Premium)
SKU: SKU26085

The DCH6416 is an analog-digital, DVR Host set-top supporting HDTV, SDTV and data with advanced features and ample recording capacity.  Compatible with most USA providers.

 
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Motorola MultiRoom 3D-Ready HD PVR Receiver
SKU: SKU27001

This Arris / Motorola MultiRoom HD/3D-Ready Digital Video Recorder lets you enjoy 100% digital picture quality and 5.1 Dolby Digital surround sound while watching live and recorded TV programs. Pause, rewind and fast-forward through up to 80 hours of HD and 280 hours of SD programming. 

This product will be one of DCX3400-M, DCX3501-M or DCX3510-M.

Available configurations:

Hard Drive Size Accessories
Condition Warranty
500GB
Remote & power cable Field Pull
30 Days
500GB New Atlas Remote, power & HDMI Cable Refurbished 1 Year
1TB New Atlas Remote, power & HDMI Cable Refurbished 1 Year
2TB New Atlas Remote, power & HDMI Cable Refurbished 1 Year
3TB New Atlas Remote, power & HDMI Cable Refurbished 1 Year
4TB New Atlas Remote, power & HDMI Cable Refurbished 1 Year

Compatible with Access Communications Co-operative (Sask.), Axion, Cable Amos, CableVision (QC), Cablintel, Charter, Comcast (Xfinity), Compton Communications (Ont.), Coop CSCF, CRRS, Dery Telecom, Execulink Telecom, EzLink (Hay, TCC & Quadro Communications), Lynx Net, Markdale, Mascon, Masset Haida TV, MediaCom, Mercury Speed, NorthWesTel, Novus, Shannon, Source, South Kountry Cable and other providers that use the Motorola DCX DVR series.

 
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Motorola PVR Hard Drive Upgrade Kit
SKU: SKU260811

This kit allows you to easily replace your existing 3.5" hard drive with a 1TB or 2TB (DCX3400 and newer only) model.  Works with most Arris,  Motorola or Pace HDMI PVR except for Pace RNG200N, Arris XG1V3 (Shaw Gateway), HDPVR630 or any other units which use 2.5" drives. 1TB gives you roughly 150 hours of HD recording, that's 6x the recording space of a 160GB HDD.

 
 
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Pace RNG110 HD Receiver
SKU: SKU262062

Pace’s RNG110 Seattle HD STB introduces the latest advanced video technology in a feature rich and cost effective MPEG-4 / MPEG-2 HD video solution. New remote, HDMI cable, free shipping & up to 1 year warranty.  Available in New, refurbished & used condition.

 
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Pace RNG150 HD Receiver (X1)
SKU: SKU262064

Pace’s RNG150 P2 (X1)

These are HD receivers. They can be used as a standalone receiver or in a multiroom setup using an X1 DVR.

Comcast X1 info

These units are compatible with Comcast and possibly Armstrong and MediaCom as well. These are used units which include a remote.

 
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Pace RNG150 HD Receiver (X1) (CLONE)
SKU: SKU26206412

Pace’s RNG150 P2 (X1)

These are HD receivers. They can be used as a standalone receiver or in a multiroom setup using an X1 DVR.

Comcast X1 info

These units are compatible with Comcast and possibly Armstrong and MediaCom as well. These are used units which include a remote.

 
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URC Atlas 1056
SKU: SKU26128

Atlas 1056 URC1056 UNIVERSAL ON-DEMAND DVR / PVR 5-DEVICE REMOTE CONTROL with Control for PICTURE-in-PICTURE (PIP). This Remote can Control up to 5 Devices.  Free Shipping.  Compatible with all Arris, Cisco, Motorola, Pace and Scientific Atlanta cable boxes.

 
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Various Used Remotes
SKU: SKU16441

These are a selection of various used remotes for Motorola / Pace STB.  Free Shipping.

 

 
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