The C-Wave DIRECTV H25 HD Receiver is designed to work with SWimM networks only.
DirecTV sells us receivers at their own discretion whether it is a new orrefurbished model. We have no control over this. Please assume you aregetting a refurbished model, though many times the receivers are new.
The H25 is a smaller HD Receiver designed to work on SWiM networks only.
The H25 is a 12vDC receiver that comes with a AC Adapter but it gives you the option of using 12vDC to power.
The reduced size allows more flexibility when choosing the location of the unit in a customer's home, boat or business.
The H25 Receiver is compatible with high-definition TVs with HDMI and capable of 1080p and 3D, including models from these manufacturers: Hitachi, LG, Mitsubishi, Panasonic, Philips, Pioneer, Samsung, Sony, Sharp, Toshiba, Vizio & Westinghouse.
Additionally, the H25 Receiver has an AMC satellite tuner capable of receiving both DIRECTV legacy and A3 transmissions.
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