A look at the equipment that Time Warner Cable Charter Spectrum give out as their DVR digital video recorder service… an in-depth look at giving options the boxes offer a few different Cisco and Arris boxes also a peek at the back of them I’ll look at the modem cable modem and router supplied by Time Warner Cable Charter Spectrum also the fact then AT&T internet users will be converted to the Time Warner Cable infrastructure at some point here as they have acquired them. I’ll be doing a few videos in the short future about AT&T internet vs. Time Warner Cable internet the pricing and internet speed. Please reference my earliest video documenting the U-verse boxes versus The Time Warner cable boxes and service. We are past the point and Technology where they allow us to directly connect a coax cable to the back of our televisions and allow us to use our television remote to control cable TV they’re not forcing us to use a cable box which is controlled by their CableCARD a set-top box or a different device connected to the back of your TV being routed via a coax cable.

I do highly recommend even in my area consisting without the max Market which utilizes 300 to 600 megabytes per second at the same price!

I have never once had to restart or reset my cable modem or router however at this point using the Nighthawlk AC 1900 dual band router he’s completely pointless with both AT&T as well as Spectrum Services currently since they do not offer speeds that the nighthawlk Claims it will produce. Both services do offer dual band routers whoever that you lies the 2.4 in the 5 gigahertz frequency Network allowing you to your lies a longer more consistent wavelength with 2.4 gigahertz and a shorter but faster wavelength with five gigahertz frequencies.

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