H24

C-Wave DIRECTV H24 HD Receivers

C-Wave DIRECTV H24 HD Receivers

Description

The C-Wave DIRECTV HD Receivers work with all DIRECTV systems, including legacy dish systems.

Features

  • Multi-room viewing capabilities
  • Faster guide surfing, and channel changing
  • Provides access to over 265 channels of movies, shows, and sports
List Price
$199.99
Your Price
$133.93
In Stock

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Details

DIRECTVs receiver is small, fast, and smart! This HD receiver works with all DIRECTV systems including legacy dish systems. It works quickly and quietly and is excellent for bedroom installations where a small receiver is desired. The H24 is designed for wall mounting without a separate kit and is RF-remote capable without an external antenna.

DirecTV sells us receivers at their own discretion whether it is a new or refurbished model. We have no control over this. Please assume you are getting a refurbished model, though many times the receivers are new.

Features:

  • Energy star Compliant
  • Wall Mountable
  • Get access to over 265 channels of movies, shows, and sports
  • Add wireless ethernet support for services like On Demand by purchasing the DIRECTV HPTurbo
  • High definition (mpeg-2, mpeg-4) and standard definition (mpeg-2) enabled. View the best in both HD and SD programming.
  • Integrated Deca technology
  • Parental controls/locks: Enjoy peace of mind over what your children are watching by locking out objectionable programming.
  • DECA Compatible
  • Multi-Room Viewing Compatible
  • MRV Compatible
  • H24 and HR24s installed on systems that DO NOT have a SWiM Switch require B-Band Converters
  • 3D Ready Receiver
  • See whos calling with on-screen Caller ID. View and log Caller ID info provided by your local phone company.
  • Faster guide surfing, and channel changing
  • DIRECTV requires a 24 month (lease) commitment on all activated receivers
  • H24 Dimensions: Width 12.5" Height 1.8" Depth 9.4" Weight 6 lbs.
  • H24 comes with the RC64 IR Remote Control
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
C-Wave DIRECTV H24 HD Receivers H24 DIRECTV H24 HD receiver, residential
$133.93
In Stock
C-Wave DIRECTV H24 HD Receivers HR24 DIRECTV H24 DVR/HD receiver, residential
$289.64
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