External Hard Drives
- 1 TB
Model: WDBACS0010HBK-NESNLove your DVR but hate the storage limits? You’re going to love WD’s My Book AV DVR Expander. It’s an external storage device that works with your compatible DVRs to expand your storage capacity. Larger storage capacity means you can record many more hours of TV! Please note: The DVR Expander only works wiht certain DVRs and only in markets which supports the DVR Expander.
Comcast Customers: Before purchasing, please click here to determine if you have a compatible DVR and if you are located in a Comcast market which supports the DVR Expander.
Make room for moreTV shows.
Instantly add more recording hoursto your DVR.
Expand your DVR storage so you can record more of your favorite TV shows.High-capacity DVR expander - Add more recording hours to your DVR. Connect the drive to your compatible eSATA DVR to instantly create more storage for your TV shows, sporting events, and movies.
*Compatible DVR Model Numbers -
DCT 6412, DCT 6416, DCT 3412, DCT 3416, DCH3416, DCH6416, DCX3501, SA 8000, SA 8010, SA 8300, SA 8000HD, SA 8010HD, SA 8300HD/HDC, Cisco RNG200, Cisco RNG200N
AV-optimized - My Book AV DVR Expander offers smooth video recording and playback with SilkStream technology (available via eSATA connection only). Built with WD GreenPower Technology, the drive inside is optimized for the demands of reading and writing video as well as the high temperatures often found in entertainment centers.Small enough to fit in your entertainment center - The small My Book form factor fits neatly in your entertainment center. It can stand upright or lay horizontally, making it easy to neatly position your drive near your AV devices while maximizing airflow and minimizing heat around the drive.Maximum flexibility - My Book AV has an eSATA interface so your drive is compatible with most DVRs that have an eSATA port.
- DVR expander
- External power supply
- eSATA cable
- Feet for horizontal placement
The total program hours that can be stored depends upon the format and data rate of the programming source, operating environment and other factors. Your results may vary. One gigabyte (GB) = one billion bytes. One terabyte (TB) = one trillion bytes. Total accessible capacity varies depending on operating environment.