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Which Spectrum 210 World Box is Being Given Out Now?

SatchSatch Posts: 4,950 Contributor
edited October 2022 in TV Equipment Sep 20, 2022


I did not know that there were two different models of what appear to be Spectrum 210 DVR boxes? Which one is being given out now? I hope it is the smaller one. See the photos below to illustrate. What's the difference between these two models? They both have Record lights on the front panel, so they must both be DVR's.


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  • HT_GreenfieldHT_Greenfield Posts: 283 Contributor
    edited September 2022 Sep 20, 2022

    Hey Satch i believe both of those images are of the Spectrum 210 DVR receiver. The 110 non-DVR receiver is identical except for more noticeably less width. The red REC LED is nevertheless present on the 110 & it only illuminates briefly whenever booting or rebooting. It's behind the tinted fascia so you wouldn't otherwise ever notice it. The Quick Start Guide is one & the same for both products. Page GB4 shows both, one right above the other.

  • SatchSatch Posts: 4,950 Contributor
    edited September 2022 Sep 20, 2022


    When I Googled them, the description said that they are both 210 World Boxes. But the first image I posted is bigger. The color is different. For reference, does anyone have the dimensions of the 210 World Box? I thought that the World Box DVR's were the same size as the Arris and Cisco models.


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