Hardware Information - Pace Whistler

Document created by alyssap on Jul 18, 2012Last modified by shaw-alex on Oct 17, 2016
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Pace Whistler


Pace Whistler


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The Pace Whistler is a high definition Digital Box with PVR functionality, capable of viewing HD channels and accessing Video On Demand. The Pace Summit is also capable of viewing 3D* content in MPEG2 format up to 1080i resolution.


To view in HD: connect an HDMI cable between your TV and Digital Box for HD picture and audio (HDMI carries both picture and audio). Alternatively, you can connect a component (red, green, blue) cable for video, and an RCA (red, white) cable for audio.


If you do not have an HD TV (i.e. component or HDMI ports are not available on the input panel of your TV): you can use a coaxial, RCA/composite or S-Video cable to connect this Digital Box to a standard definition TV. See Wiring Diagrams below for a visual explanation of the setup options.

Hard Drive Capacity160 GB
Recording Hours (SD/HD)~ 95/20
Video OutputCoaxial, Composite, Component, S-Video,HDMI
Audio OutputRCA, Coaxial and Optical SPDIF
Dolby 5.1Yes
eSATA Port (for Expander)Yes
AV Format
3D Capable

Yes, supports 3D content in:

  • MPEG2 format up to 1080i resolution
Dimensions (W x D x H)344.0cm (17.0in) x 38.0cm (15.0in) x 8.0cm (3.0in)
Serial Number Prefix
IR Tether
Manufacturer's Documentation

Pace Whistler User Guide**

Wiring Diagrams
Click images below for an expanded view

*To view 3D content, you will need a 3D-capable HD TV.

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


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Wiring Diagrams


Wiring Diagram for Pace Whistler HDMI


Wiring Diagram for Pace Whistler component


Wiring Diagram for Pace Whistler hdmi receiver


Wiring Diagram for Pace Whistler  reciever hdmi and optical audio



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