Sunday, September 23, 2007

The DCT 3416 I in pictures

Front view. This is what is facing you. There is the informational display and functional buttons on either side.



On the left side of the front panel display we have the four way arrow keys which behave the same way the four outer arrow keys behave on your remote control. The Up arrow for example is PLAY/PAUSE, the Down arrow is STOP, and the left and right are fast forward and fast backward.



This is the bottom left corner (sorry for the fuzzy picture)



On the right of the front panel display, we have a number of buttons, all functional. Of course it's a lot easier to use the remote, but if you happen to be right in front of the device, you can use them. It takes a little bit of getting used to for the smaller buttons. The Channel Up and Down is fairly easy to figure out :)



This is the top of the device, with the edges slightly cropped.



This is part of the bottom of the device with what appears to be a fan. This is on the front and right of center in the underbelly of this beast.



This is the center of the back of the device showing most of the inputs and outputs. You can see the S-Video out, orange SPDIF, optical SPDIF, yellow RCA video out, white and red audio out, component output, HDMI, Ethernet, USB and SATA.



This is how the Motorola DCT 3416 I looks while it is activating for the first time with Comcast Cable. Notice the Zero (0) in the leftmost position of its front panel display.

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