Moxi Tip #14: Easy Remote Text Entry?

I have read the manual. I have played with Moxi. I obviously overlooked it, but it just hit me that there's a very easy way to enter search words in Moxi's Find screens! Read on to learn how... Moxi's very powerful and useful "Search by Title" and "Search by Keyword" screens provide an easy to […]

Moxi Tip #13: Moxi FAQ Resource!

OK, this is not so much as tip as a plug. There are several great sites out there with information on the Moxi DVR. Read on for details on several I particularly like... SPL Moxi FAQ The SPL Moxi FAQ is a Web page that simply has it all. It's a single, very, very long […]

Moxi Tip #12: Tick, Tick, Ticker!

Moxi's "Ticker" feature can provide you with lots of great up-to-date weather, sports, and news information. Read on to learn what the Ticker is, and how to get the most from it... First off, what is the Ticker? The Ticker is a small banner on the bottom of the screen containing several "tabs" of periodically […]

Moxi Tip #11: How To Find The Shows You Want

With hundreds of Cable channels to choose from, it can be very overwhelming to try to find what you want to watch. Moxi, like most DVR's has some excellent features that let you not only find the shows you are specifically looking for, but find other shows that might be of interest to you. Read […]

Moxi Tip #10: Controlling Favorites

Would you like a way to keep certain channels from showing up in your Favorite Channels list? Read on for a tip submitted by "MoxiGuy", a cool Digeo rep who hangs out on the AVS Forums... The "Favorites" filter is a nice place to find the 15 most viewed channels. But what if there are […]

Moxi Tip #9: Some DVR Basics

Many prople on this and other forums are long-time Digital Video Recorder (DVR) users, but what about those of you who are new to the DVR world? Read on for some "DVR Basics" that will help you get the most out of your DVR experience... What's a DVR and how does it differ from a […]

Moxi Tip #8: Get Into The Game!

Moxi has the capability to provide interactive Games to the viewer. Read on to learn about some neat diversions available on many Moxi boxes... Moxi has a "Games" category from which you can choose a Game to play. Press the Moxi button and scroll left or right until you highlight the Games category. (Important Note: […]

Moxi Tip #7: Moxi Vs ReplayTV

As a long-time ReplayTV DVR owner, comparisons are inevitable, so here are my rather lengthy impressions of Moxi in comaprison with ReplayTV. This comparison is an enhancement to a posting I made over on the AVS Forum. I have refined it a bit and added some more information, so read on for all you never […]

Moxi Tip #6: System Diagnostics Menu

Would you like to know how to view "interesting" information and statistics about your Moxi box? Read on to see how! Go to the box itself (not from the remote) and simultaneously press the "Menu" and "OK" buttons. A system diagnostics menu will display giving you access to lots of neat goodies such as software […]

Moxi Tip #5: Throw some food at your TV!

This tip is based on findings by "Dyaus" and confirmed by "GlendaleHDTV" over at the AVS Forum. There is a hidden "Easter Egg" that displays various food items that you can move around and "throw" at the screen causing a messy splat! Read on to see how to digitally throw food at your TV screen... […]
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