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Data Sheet 

Cisco 8455DVB MPEG-4 HD Digital Video Recorder 

The Cisco


 8455DVB MPEG-4 High-Definition (HD) Digital Video Recorder (DVR) offers 

subscribers some of the latest enhancements in cable television viewing.  It combines 
multiple compelling video services into one integrated unit.  This multi-tuner DVR features 
MPEG-4 part 10 / H.264 SD/HD capability, and robust interactive capability using the 


 2.0 compliant cable modem.  The Cisco 8455DVB is designed to provide 

consumers a rich home entertainment experience with HD picture clarity, movie theatre 
experience of surround sound, personalized recording with Personal Video Recording 
control, and the convenience of on-demand services such as Video-On-Demand. 

The 8455DVB is compliant with DVB-C standards, MPEG-2 and MPEG-4 standards, supports PAL 
video formats, and is designed to be compliant with the required safety, emissions, and immunity 
specifications (as per the mandatory laws that may be applicable to Cisco).  With its SmartCARD 
reader, it is built to support renewable security. 

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Cisco 8455DVB HD MPEG-4 DVR (image may vary from actual product and specification) 




Multi-Format video decoder capable of High Definition MPEG-2,  MPEG-AVC / H.264 / VC-1 


Supports multiple picture formats (576i, 576p, 720p, and 1080i) to allow optimum picture 
performance with both standard TVs and HDTVs 


Internal 160 GB Hard Disk Drive 


Embedded DOCSIS 2.0 compliant cable modem 


Connect an HDTV to the set-top through the HDMI™ connector 


Digital audio output to connect easily to high-end audio equipment 


SCART outputs to connect to standard definition TVs or VCRs 


Ethernet port for connection to video source or connected home residential gateway 


USB 2.0 port for connectivity 



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