DrSmith wrote:Are there release notes for this update? Why isn't the update visible on the main site's 2650's support page?
here are release notes
◾TC models: Support transcoded recording in Windows Media Center (Windows 7/8).
◾TC models: Support transcoded recording in EyeTV (Mac).
◾TC models: Support transcoded recording in MythTV (Linux).
◾TC models: Support transcoding across source-stream resolution change.
◾TC models: Fix problem which could cause unit to stop responding or corrupt video.
◾TC models: Fix audio playback on Windows 8 Windows Media Center and PlayStation 3.
◾TC models: Fix problem causing sequence errors in transcoded video.
◾TC models: Fix data loss problem when streaming to DVR software over a HomePlug link.
◾TC models: Fix audio track selection where DVS tracks could be picked by mistake.
◾TC models: Fix transcode of ION TV station.
◾TC models: Fix PnPX identification.
◾TC models: Transcode improvements.
◾TC models: Thermal/fan control improvements.
◾HDHR4/TC models: Fix problem where data from a previous channel could be streamed to a new connection.
◾HDHR4/TC/CC/DC models: Improvements to channel scan support.
◾HDHR4/TC/CC/DC models: Sync channel scan results with Silicondust guide server for use with delivering guide data.
◾HDHR4/TC/CC/DC models: Return URL for each channel in lineup.json/lineup.xml.
◾HDHR4/TC/CC/DC models: Replace “Tags” field in lineup.json/lineup.xml with dedicated tags.
◾HDHR4/TC/CC/DC models: Signal DLNA content change when favorites list or configuration changes.
◾EU/DC models: DVB-C fixup feature for use with Windows Media Center and YouSee Cable.
◾HDHR3-4DC: Fix reporting of detected channel count during channel scan.
◾HDHR4-2US: Fix auto-detection of ClearQAM QAM64 channels.
◾All models: Improvements to diagnostic logging.
I just ask for them the firmware is the same as a SD Prime three Tuner also This is what I have on mine now