Advanced High Definition Receiver
The Advanced HD Receiver (605) is the latest in TV technology. It delivers High Definition TV, 14 days of expanded programming information, Smart Reminder Technology, and highly customizable Parental Controls and Favourites Lists.
We've provided detailed information to help you make the most of the features available with your Advanced HD Receiver.
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Our interactive demo unveils many features of the new Advanced HD Receiver, including 14 days of expanded programming information, Smart Reminder Technology and highly customizable Parental Controls and Favourites Lists.
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Your Advanced HD Receiver has the ability to plug in a phone line to order Pay Per View movies and events. For the best picture quality, use an HDMI cable to connect to your HD television. The Advanced HD Receiver also has component video and other outputs which provide a number of options for connecting to your television.
Your Remote gives you access to the amazing technology in your Advanced HD Receiver and the accompanying software. It's designed to work with your Advanced HD Receiver. You can program it to control the volume and power on your TV or home theatre, so you aren't overloaded with remotes.
The screen settings on your Advanced HD Receiver can be adjusted to display TV images the way you want to on your TV. This is important when you're watching standard definition programming on your HDTV.
The interactive On-Screen Guide tells you what's on. It helps you find movies, programs and even tells you what channels you subscribe to and what channels are being offered free at any given time. Other menus give you access to search tools, music channels and parental controls to help protect your children from inappropriate content.
While problems are rare, we want to give you the tools to resolve any technical issues quickly and easily. We're always here to help, but if you want to do it yourself, here's a helpful guide.
The top frequently asked questions such as, "What does the 'menu' button do?" and "How do I search for something to watch or listen to?".