Hardware Information - Motorola DCT2500

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Learn about the hardware specifications of the Motorola DCT2500 Digital Box. The Motorola DCT2500 is a standard definition Digital Box capable of viewing digital (non-HD) channels.

 

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Motorola DCT2500

Hardware specifications for the Motorola DCT2500 cable box.

 

Motorola DCT2500

 

Motorola DCT2500
Motorola DCT2500 back

 

You can use a coaxial, RCA/composite, or S-Video cable to connect this Digital Box to your TV. See the Wiring Diagrams below for a visual explanation of the setup options.

HDNo
PVRNo
Tuners1
Video OutputCoaxial, Composite, S-Video
Audio OutputRCA, Coaxial and SPDIF
Dolby 5.1Yes
eSATA Port (for Expander)No
AV FormatMPEG2
Dimensions (W x D x H)44.0cm (17.0in) x 36.0cm (14.0in) x 8.0cm (3.0in)
Serial Number Prefix
GI
IR TetherNo - Port is an IR Blaster (output, not input)
DocumentationDCT2500 User Guide*
Wiring DiagramsClick on images below for an expanded view
*Please note: Not all features that may appear in the Manufacturer's Documentation are supported by Shaw.

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Wiring diagrams

Here are some wiring diagrams that will assist you in connecting your Motorola DCT2500 Digital Box.
 
Click on any of the images below for an expanded view.

 

With Coaxial Cable

Wiring Diagram for Motorola DCT2500 with Coaxial Cable

 

 

With Composite Video and RCA Audio

Wiring Diagram for Motorola DCT2500 with composite video and RCA Audio

 

 

With VCR or DVD Recorder and Coaxial Cable

Wiring Diagram for Motorola DCT2500 with VCR or DVD Player

 

 

With Composite Video and RCA Audio connected to a Receiver

Wiring Diagram for Motorola DCT2500 with composite video and RCA Audio to a Receiver

 

 

With Composite Video and Optical Audio connected to a Receiver

Wiring Diagram for Motorola DCT2500 with Composite Video and Optical Audio connected to a Receiver

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