Hardware Information - Motorola DCT700

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Learn about the hardware features and specs of the Motorola DCT700 cable box. The Motorola DCT700 is a standard definition (SD) Digital Box capable of viewing digital (non-HD) channels and accessing Video On Demand (wherever the service is available).

 

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Motorola DCT700

You can use a coaxial or RCA/Composite cable to connect the Motorola DCT 700 Digital Box to your TV. You can also connect this Digital Box to a VCR or DVD player to record a program. See Wiring Diagrams below for a visual explanation of the setup options.
 

Motorola DCT700

 

Motorola DCT 700 Cable Box front
Motorola DCT 700 Cable Box - rear
HDNo
PVRNo
Tuners1
Video OutputCoaxial, Composite
Audio OutputRCA
Dolby 5.1No
eSATA Port (for Expander)No
MPEG4No
Dimensions (W x D x H)16.51cm (6.5in) x 13.97cm (5.5in) x 3.81cm (1.5in)
Serial Number Prefix
M
IR TetherNo
DocumentationDCT700 User Guide***
Wiring DiagramsClick on images below for an expanded view

 

***Reminder: not all features that may appear in the Manufacturer's Documentation are supported and enabled by Shaw.

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Wiring diagrams

Here are some wiring diagrams that will assist you in connecting your Motorola DCT700 Digital Box.

 

Click on any of the images below for an expanded view.

 

Motorola DCT 700 Wiring Diagram: Coaxial Cable

 

 

 

Motorola DCT 700 Wiring Diagram: RCA Connection

 

 

 

Motorola DCT 700 Wiring Diagram: With VCR or DVD Player

 

 

Motorola DCT700 Wiring Diagram: Composite Video an RCA Audio Connection

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