Learn about the hardware features and specs of the Motorola DCX3200-M high definition Digital Box. The Motorola DCX3200-M is a high definition Digital Box capable of viewing HD channels and accessing Video On Demand.
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To view 3D content, you will need a 3D-capable HD TV. The Motorola DCX3200-M Digital Box supports 3D content in MPEG2 or MPEG4 formats. See below for additional details.
The Motorola DCX3200 is a high definition Digital Box capable of viewing HD channels, and capable of viewing 3D* content in MPEG4 format up to 1080p 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 RCA/Composite or S-Video (S-Video not available with the Motorola P3 Digital Box) cable to connect this Digital Box to a standard definition TV. See Wiring Diagrams below for a visual explanation of the setup options.
|Motorola DCX3200-M |
Composite, Component, S-Video (Not available with P3 model) HDMI
|Audio Output||RCA, Optical SPDIF|
|eSATA Port (for Expander)||No|
|3D Capable||Yes, supports 3D content in:|
- MPEG2 format up to 1080i resolution
- MPEG4 format up to 1080p resolution
|Dimensions (W x D x H)||33.0 cm (13.0in) x 38.0cm (15.0in) x 7.0cm (2.5in)|
|Serial Number Prefix||M; printed next to "Host SN" on the white sticker|
found on the rear of your Digital Box
|Documentation||DCX3200 User Guide**|
|Wiring Diagrams||Click on 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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Here are some wiring diagrams that will assist you in connecting your Motorola DCX3200-M Digital Box.
Click on any of the images below for an expanded view.
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