color. Unprecedented detail. Breathtaking depth. Introducing cutting-edge
receivers and DVRs delivering the most HD content in the industry - today
DishHD DVR Receiver
for 1 or 2 TVs: DuoDVR™ ViP® 722
Innovative technology meets
functional design. Announcing DISH Network's latest high-definition receiver,
the DuoDVR™ ViP® 722. The DuoDVR™ ViP® 722 supports
two TVs and features a powerful digital video recorder and expanded recording
Supports two TVs - one HDTV
and one SDTV
Record up to 350 hours of standard-definition programming, up to 55 hours
of high-definition programming, or a combination of the two1
Enjoy expanded storage capacity with the addition of an external hard
View and record HD over the air digital3
TV1 display supports four resolutions: 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i
SD content is up-converted.
HD and SD output is simultaneous.
TV2 display resolution is 480i
HD content is down-converted
Two Satellite tuners allow you to select from two viewing options
Single Mode: Picture-In-Picture (PIP) available on any TV
Dual Mode: Independently view programming on two televisions
Supports Dolby® Digital 5.1 Surround Sound*
Widescreen Electronic Program Guide with easy search features
Convenient On-Screen Caller ID3 with history**
DishHOME Interactive TV for watching six screens at once and on demand
entertainment, games, shopping, news, sports, weather and customer service
Size (approx.): 3.5"
H x 16" W x 13" D
Weight (approx.): 11 lbs.
Recording hours may vary depending
on type of programming being recorded.
A one-time activation charge of $39.99 is required to enable the EHD feature
on your DuoDVR™ ViP® 622.
Requires an optional over the air antenna to receive local high-definition
over the air digital broadcasts; additional fees may apply. Dolby is a
registered trademark of Dolby Laboratories **Requires Caller ID subscription
with local phone company. Phone line must be connected to receiver.
Dolby is a registered trademark
of Dolby Laboratories **Requires Caller ID subscription with local phone
company. Phone line must be connected to receiver.