Sony DHG-HDD250 250GB Digital Video Recorder

Memory Stick PRO Duo - MPEG, MP3, JPEG - 250GB Hard Disk - 250Hour Recording - MPN: DHGHDD250
Product Details
Description
The High-Definition Digital Video Recorder (HD DVR) features attractive high-definition video content that is pre-recorded and is available to be played back as soon as the HD DVR is connected to a TV. You can enjoy a short clip of high-definition video even if high-definition cable TV or antenna broadcast signals are not immediately available. The HD DVR also have a Demo Mode, activating the Demo Feature will allow any program to be played back in a continuous loop and limit the number of ways in which a program can be easily deleted.
Quick Glance
Hard Drive Capacity 250 GB
Expert Reviews
Sony DHG-HDD250
3 Star Review  productwiki.com - Jan 6, 2011

The Sony DHG-HDD250 (along with the flagship Sony DHG-HDD500) is the first HD DVR to feature CableCard support allowing it to work with any digital cable system in the United States. This also means that it can take the place of a cable box, but also has the added ability to receive any any local digital and high-def stations not made available by your cable provider thanks to a built in over-the-air HD tuner. The Sony DHG-HDD250 has a 250 GB internal hard drive which can store 30 hours of HD programming or 200 hours of SD shows. The on-screen TV Guide EPG (electronic program guide) is completely free, unlike TiVo. The HDMI output gives lossless HD quality video, with SD video capabilities plus multichannel digital audio. There are several display formats and flexible aspect-ratio setting for virtually any television. There is also a Memory Stick PRO media slot which makes ... PROS: (1) Free over-the-air service saves users hundreds of dollars in programming costs (2) Sleek HD content control with one-button fast-forward, rewind and pause functions (3) Simplistic remote layout - intuitive button placement for thumb-only control (4) Analog programming support prevents the need to run multiple DVRs - up-converts certain video types whenever possible ... CONS: (1) On-screen TV Guide function does not function natively with all digital cable providers (2) Lack of component video input may restrict features for cabled-network users (3) Initial setup takes hours - unit must download and update its firmware before users can begin inputting their settings and preferences

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User Reviews
Sony did a good job
4 Star Review   By member rlh - Feb 19, 2006   

Strengths: Picture quality, size of hard drive

Weakness: Tvgos

I have only been using this product for only a little over a week and I am very pleased with it. After going thru four cable box's in less than 3 months I knew that I wanted to have a receiver that would record that I could rely on. I know for some reason sony quit production on these models, but I was willing to take a chance and purchased one. I deceided on the smaller hard drive since it would serve my need with the 30 hrs of recording ability. I am not disipointed and would reccomond this unit to any one that was to ask. The only regret I would have is the tv guide could be better but I guess you can not have everything. rlh149

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Sony HDTV Tuner & DVR
4 Star Review   By member paazel - Feb 13, 2006   

Strengths: responsive, excellent picture

Weakness: initial guide setup & channel order is very complex & poorly thought out. expensive

I have been using a Panasonic Showstopper DVR for many years now. I've been waiting for an HD DVR for sometime now. I am using this box with Time Warner Cable in NYC. I don't subscribe to cable, but they still send down a few channels & all the local HD channels (so I don't really have to use an antennae). I am using a terk tv-5 antennae with this as well, as I believe it retrieves the guide this way. The only thing I would like to see added to a DVR like this is perhaps a ethernet port where you could perform the setup via a PC. It would help setup the machine quicker. Once you have the machine ready to go, it's a pleasure to use. It's works faster than my replaytv box, and delivers stunning pictures.

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DHGHDD250 Good. TV Guide Bad.
3 Star Review     

Strengths: Excellent tuner. Great, large capacity 250Gb hard drive. Excellent quality recordings.

Weakness: TV Guide is slow and non-intuitive. Poor channel setup options to rearrange and re-label channels that were improperly set up by the automatic setup. Only has a single tuner.

After a week of owning this thing, I find it impressive in its quality and ease of recording programs. BUT... I have spent at least 6 hours trying to get the TV Guide EPG set up. Its automated setup does not label all channels correctly for my CableCARD. In fact, it was a jumbled-up mess for at least 25% of the channels. I'm going throught the 24-hour automatic guide setup again to see if it shows anything differently. If not, there's no way I'm going to go through 6+ hours of channel rearranging again. In that case, it's going right back to Best Buy. Comcast rents dual-tuner DVRs, which undoubtedly have an onscreen guide that is lightyears ahead of the DHGHDD250's. Plus, it has the same capacity as the DHGHDD250. For Comcast's $9.95 a month, it would take over 4.5 years to accrue a rent payment total around the price of the DHGHDD250. Plus, technology changes so fast, the DHGHDD250 could be ancient technology in 4.5 years. Oh, and another point... Sony no longer makes these machines. I think they were only on the market for about a year.

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Sony DHG-HDD250
2 Star Review   By member waltfrancis - Jan 4, 2006   

Strengths: I was able to utilize the Sony DHG-HDD250 with a cable card instead of paying a monthly fee for an HDTV cable box.

Weakness: The hard drive is quite noisy all the time. The select button on the remote does not work!!!!!!

I purchased the Sony DHG-HDD250 HDTV tuner with built-in High Definition digital video recorder based on PriceGrabber.com pricing. Unfortunately, I'm not happy with the hard drive noise all the time and the remote control does not work properly. Also, I had to pay $30.00 for a service call from my local Time Warner cable office to install the cable card. On the positive side, it will be cheaper per month than paying for the cable box.

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Good, but not Great
4 Star Review   By member erozell - Nov 28, 2005   

Strengths: Overall, easy to use, you really don't need to read the manual. Clean Looks, Nice Front Display. Great Capacity.

Weakness: Remote is a bit awkward, Need to have TVGuide functional before recording works. Hard to move in TV Guide to a far future date. Record scheduling could have been better. No integrated DVD-R

Overall I like the unit and would still buy one if in the market. I don't care for the TV Guide functionality, I really would like to schedule my shows by entering a time if desired. Also, when it does the channel scan to add the shows, it does not put them in order when viewed thru the TV Guide function. HD functions are great, I have a CableCard on order and hope to see this do my non-basic channels. Considering I had a HD ready tv - without the tuner, and did not want to have yet another cable box, this is a good solution. It really need a DVD burning in the event you wanted to keep an show or take it with you on the road for the kids....

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Great HDTV Recorder ! Very Quiet !! Very Reliable !!!
5 Star Review   By member efairdeal - Nov 27, 2005   

Strengths: I've owned this for more than a month now. It has been recording very consistently. If a show goes over to a two hour broadcast, the unit will automatically adjust. The interface is very friendly.

Most importantly the unit runs absolutely quiet. Has a very quiet fan and very quiet hard drive. Recording quality is very close to the original. For $500 this is the best recorder that is out there. Great Buy!

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Solid recorder with a few flaws.
4 Star Review   By member dmaster - Nov 4, 2005   

Strengths: 1. Good over-the-air HD reception 2. Flexible output formats and connections 3. Record using over-the-air TV Guide 4. Large storage capacity 5. Excellent HD and Dolby 5.1 recording and playback.

Weakness: 1. TV Guide menus a little slow 2. TV Guide recordings fail if OTA Guide isn't populated

All in all this box works as expected. The recordings are perfect, both video and audio. The TV Guide can take a while to get populated, but when it is, it is a vast improvement over VCR-type recordings; recordings have names, dates, times, channels, and synopsis. Wonderfully flexible and convenient recordings/playback/deletions compared to VCR usage. As you can tell, I love it. }:) But... If the OTA TV Guide drops out, future recording won't happen. Luckily, the old fashioned VCR type recordings are possible, and still work. Unfortunately, the old fashioned type recordings don't automatically switch to TV Guide recordings when the guide becomes available. Navigating through the TV Guide can be a little slow. Jumping forward or backwards by a day can only be done by a rather unintuitive "enter a number and select operation" choice. In fact, I find a number of menu operations not entirely intuitive. Either experiment or read the manual. I don't use cable TV, but from other forums, I have heard that the TV Guide functionality can be problematic when used with Cable Cards. Despite the shortcomings, if you have moved to OTA HD, save up the money, dump the VCR, and get one of these Sony PVRs NOW! You won't regret it. }:) (I'm giving four stars rather than five due to the couple of weaknesses and the high price of this unit.)

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All That And A Bag of Chips
5 Star Review   By member molder101 - Nov 2, 2005   

Strengths: 1) Record HDTV 2) Don't have to pay for any services (cable, satellite, or Tivo) 3) Relatively easy to use 4) Quick setup 5) 250 GB hard drive 6) Very, very quiet 7) Both NTSC and ATSC tuner

Weakness: 1) Warranty is short (90 days/1 yr) 2) Have to wait at least overnight for tv guide information to download 3) Only a single tuner 4) Remote/Guide is not super intuitive 5) Price is pretty steep

The fact is if you want to record HDTV over-the-air (OTA) this IS your only option (the LG recorder is a serious problem child). What's even better is that you can now do it (even though you practically need a second mortgage). This Sony recorder lives up to Sony technology. It has been running essentially problem free for a little over a week. Positives: Recording HDTV is fantastic and this model Sony provides just as good resolution as the originial broadcast. Those with very large screens may notice a slight difference but I have not been able to pick out a recorded program from a live one. The best part of the recorder is I can receive HD channels and a program guide without paying any fees to any provider whatsoever. That alone makes the price of the recorder much easier to swallow over the course of a year. For the most part the system is easy to use and sets up very quickly. Just follow the quick setup guide and you will be well on your way. 250GB gives you at least 30 hours of HDTV programming. I have not maxed it out yet but I am sure that I will eventually. The major positive is the recorder is super quiet. No more than a very light hum. Not annoying at all. I am curious what harddrives they use given the fact everything is so quiet. Another great feature is the fact that the device has both an analog (NTSC) and digital (ATSC) tuner. This allows you to watch a channel in HDTV or one in analog if that station has not yet gone digital or is not coming in because of bad weather. Just so you know -- I am a minimum of 35 miles from the closest HD station, with the furtherest being about 60 miles for another digital station. I do have an excellent rooftop antenna, with a pretty clear line of view, however the Sony has no problems picking up all the stations. (I even pick up a few duplicate stations from sistering areas.) Bad stuff: As with most Sony devices this has a pathetic 90 day/1 year warranty. Get a life Sony... at least provide a full year. The tv guide updates at night when you are sleeping. This means that you have to wait at least one night for the next days listings to populate and a few days for the whole guide to populate. There are a lot of complaints that the guide sucks however I have never had tivo so I do not need to compare it to that. Is it perfect? No. Does it do it's job? Yes. Case & Point!! The major disappointment is it only has one digital tuner. This means you can only view one program or record one program at a time - no watching one channel and recording another. On the plus side of it, you can view a recorded program while you are recording. Many dvrs do not allow this. The remote the tuner ships with and guide are not super intuitive. Unfortunately, I had to read the manual to get a good idea of how to use both. I thought that as American's products were built so we no longer had to do this? The retail price is pretty high - $800. However, if you shop around you shouldn't have to pay the MSRP. Also, keep in mind if you figure out how much you are paying for cable, satellite, and/or tivo the $800 soon becomes a drop in the bucket (plus in the end you own something)!!! Hope this helps others -- I did way to much research before I came to the purchasing decision -- and after all of it -- I may just buy another so I can watch one program and record another!

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Product Details
Description
The High-Definition Digital Video Recorder (HD DVR) features attractive high-definition video content that is pre-recorded and is available to be played back as soon as the HD DVR is connected to a TV. You can enjoy a short clip of high-definition video even if high-definition cable TV or antenna broadcast signals are not immediately available. The HD DVR also have a Demo Mode, activating the Demo Feature will allow any program to be played back in a continuous loop and limit the number of ways in which a program can be easily deleted.
Quick Glance
Hard Drive Capacity 250 GB
Summary
Product Title Sony DHG-HDD250 250GB Digital Video Recorder
Manufacturer Sony
Power Score 3.5 | 9 Reviews
General
Broadcast Format Supported: 1080i (HDTV), 720p (HDTV)
Height: 3.30 in
Warranty Information: 1 Year Limited
URL: Manufacturer Link
Width: 16.90 in
Input: HDMI Yes, Composite Video Yes, Component Video Yes, Network (RJ-45), Modem (RJ-11), USB Yes
Dimensions: 3.30" Height x 16.90" Width x 14" Depth
Depth: 14 in
Weight: 11.30 lbs
Slots: Memory Stick PRO Duo
Recording Time: 25 Hour HD, 250 Hour SD
Additional Specifications
Digital Tuner: Yes
SKU: DDHGHDD250
Description: High-Definition Digital Video Recorder w/ HDTV Tuner
Output: Audio - Digital Optical, HDMI, Video - Component, Video - Composite (RCA), Video - S-Video
Expert Reviews
Sony DHG-HDD250
3 Star Review  productwiki.com - Jan 6, 2011

The Sony DHG-HDD250 (along with the flagship Sony DHG-HDD500) is the first HD DVR to feature CableCard support allowing it to work with any digital cable system in the United States. This also means that it can take the place of a cable box, but also has the added ability to receive any any local digital and high-def stations not made available by your cable provider thanks to a built in over-the-air HD tuner. The Sony DHG-HDD250 has a 250 GB internal hard drive which can store 30 hours of HD programming or 200 hours of SD shows. The on-screen TV Guide EPG (electronic program guide) is completely free, unlike TiVo. The HDMI output gives lossless HD quality video, with SD video capabilities plus multichannel digital audio. There are several display formats and flexible aspect-ratio setting for virtually any television. There is also a Memory Stick PRO media slot which makes ... PROS: (1) Free over-the-air service saves users hundreds of dollars in programming costs (2) Sleek HD content control with one-button fast-forward, rewind and pause functions (3) Simplistic remote layout - intuitive button placement for thumb-only control (4) Analog programming support prevents the need to run multiple DVRs - up-converts certain video types whenever possible ... CONS: (1) On-screen TV Guide function does not function natively with all digital cable providers (2) Lack of component video input may restrict features for cabled-network users (3) Initial setup takes hours - unit must download and update its firmware before users can begin inputting their settings and preferences

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User Reviews
Sony did a good job
4 Star Review   By member rlh - Feb 19, 2006   

Strengths: Picture quality, size of hard drive

Weakness: Tvgos

I have only been using this product for only a little over a week and I am very pleased with it. After going thru four cable box's in less than 3 months I knew that I wanted to have a receiver that would record that I could rely on. I know for some reason sony quit production on these models, but I was willing to take a chance and purchased one. I deceided on the smaller hard drive since it would serve my need with the 30 hrs of recording ability. I am not disipointed and would reccomond this unit to any one that was to ask. The only regret I would have is the tv guide could be better but I guess you can not have everything. rlh149

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Sony HDTV Tuner & DVR
4 Star Review   By member paazel - Feb 13, 2006   

Strengths: responsive, excellent picture

Weakness: initial guide setup & channel order is very complex & poorly thought out. expensive

I have been using a Panasonic Showstopper DVR for many years now. I've been waiting for an HD DVR for sometime now. I am using this box with Time Warner Cable in NYC. I don't subscribe to cable, but they still send down a few channels & all the local HD channels (so I don't really have to use an antennae). I am using a terk tv-5 antennae with this as well, as I believe it retrieves the guide this way. The only thing I would like to see added to a DVR like this is perhaps a ethernet port where you could perform the setup via a PC. It would help setup the machine quicker. Once you have the machine ready to go, it's a pleasure to use. It's works faster than my replaytv box, and delivers stunning pictures.

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DHGHDD250 Good. TV Guide Bad.
3 Star Review     

Strengths: Excellent tuner. Great, large capacity 250Gb hard drive. Excellent quality recordings.

Weakness: TV Guide is slow and non-intuitive. Poor channel setup options to rearrange and re-label channels that were improperly set up by the automatic setup. Only has a single tuner.

After a week of owning this thing, I find it impressive in its quality and ease of recording programs. BUT... I have spent at least 6 hours trying to get the TV Guide EPG set up. Its automated setup does not label all channels correctly for my CableCARD. In fact, it was a jumbled-up mess for at least 25% of the channels. I'm going throught the 24-hour automatic guide setup again to see if it shows anything differently. If not, there's no way I'm going to go through 6+ hours of channel rearranging again. In that case, it's going right back to Best Buy. Comcast rents dual-tuner DVRs, which undoubtedly have an onscreen guide that is lightyears ahead of the DHGHDD250's. Plus, it has the same capacity as the DHGHDD250. For Comcast's $9.95 a month, it would take over 4.5 years to accrue a rent payment total around the price of the DHGHDD250. Plus, technology changes so fast, the DHGHDD250 could be ancient technology in 4.5 years. Oh, and another point... Sony no longer makes these machines. I think they were only on the market for about a year.

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Sony DHG-HDD250
2 Star Review   By member waltfrancis - Jan 4, 2006   

Strengths: I was able to utilize the Sony DHG-HDD250 with a cable card instead of paying a monthly fee for an HDTV cable box.

Weakness: The hard drive is quite noisy all the time. The select button on the remote does not work!!!!!!

I purchased the Sony DHG-HDD250 HDTV tuner with built-in High Definition digital video recorder based on PriceGrabber.com pricing. Unfortunately, I'm not happy with the hard drive noise all the time and the remote control does not work properly. Also, I had to pay $30.00 for a service call from my local Time Warner cable office to install the cable card. On the positive side, it will be cheaper per month than paying for the cable box.

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Good, but not Great
4 Star Review   By member erozell - Nov 28, 2005   

Strengths: Overall, easy to use, you really don't need to read the manual. Clean Looks, Nice Front Display. Great Capacity.

Weakness: Remote is a bit awkward, Need to have TVGuide functional before recording works. Hard to move in TV Guide to a far future date. Record scheduling could have been better. No integrated DVD-R

Overall I like the unit and would still buy one if in the market. I don't care for the TV Guide functionality, I really would like to schedule my shows by entering a time if desired. Also, when it does the channel scan to add the shows, it does not put them in order when viewed thru the TV Guide function. HD functions are great, I have a CableCard on order and hope to see this do my non-basic channels. Considering I had a HD ready tv - without the tuner, and did not want to have yet another cable box, this is a good solution. It really need a DVD burning in the event you wanted to keep an show or take it with you on the road for the kids....

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Great HDTV Recorder ! Very Quiet !! Very Reliable !!!
5 Star Review   By member efairdeal - Nov 27, 2005   

Strengths: I've owned this for more than a month now. It has been recording very consistently. If a show goes over to a two hour broadcast, the unit will automatically adjust. The interface is very friendly.

Most importantly the unit runs absolutely quiet. Has a very quiet fan and very quiet hard drive. Recording quality is very close to the original. For $500 this is the best recorder that is out there. Great Buy!

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Solid recorder with a few flaws.
4 Star Review   By member dmaster - Nov 4, 2005   

Strengths: 1. Good over-the-air HD reception 2. Flexible output formats and connections 3. Record using over-the-air TV Guide 4. Large storage capacity 5. Excellent HD and Dolby 5.1 recording and playback.

Weakness: 1. TV Guide menus a little slow 2. TV Guide recordings fail if OTA Guide isn't populated

All in all this box works as expected. The recordings are perfect, both video and audio. The TV Guide can take a while to get populated, but when it is, it is a vast improvement over VCR-type recordings; recordings have names, dates, times, channels, and synopsis. Wonderfully flexible and convenient recordings/playback/deletions compared to VCR usage. As you can tell, I love it. }:) But... If the OTA TV Guide drops out, future recording won't happen. Luckily, the old fashioned VCR type recordings are possible, and still work. Unfortunately, the old fashioned type recordings don't automatically switch to TV Guide recordings when the guide becomes available. Navigating through the TV Guide can be a little slow. Jumping forward or backwards by a day can only be done by a rather unintuitive "enter a number and select operation" choice. In fact, I find a number of menu operations not entirely intuitive. Either experiment or read the manual. I don't use cable TV, but from other forums, I have heard that the TV Guide functionality can be problematic when used with Cable Cards. Despite the shortcomings, if you have moved to OTA HD, save up the money, dump the VCR, and get one of these Sony PVRs NOW! You won't regret it. }:) (I'm giving four stars rather than five due to the couple of weaknesses and the high price of this unit.)

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All That And A Bag of Chips
5 Star Review   By member molder101 - Nov 2, 2005   

Strengths: 1) Record HDTV 2) Don't have to pay for any services (cable, satellite, or Tivo) 3) Relatively easy to use 4) Quick setup 5) 250 GB hard drive 6) Very, very quiet 7) Both NTSC and ATSC tuner

Weakness: 1) Warranty is short (90 days/1 yr) 2) Have to wait at least overnight for tv guide information to download 3) Only a single tuner 4) Remote/Guide is not super intuitive 5) Price is pretty steep

The fact is if you want to record HDTV over-the-air (OTA) this IS your only option (the LG recorder is a serious problem child). What's even better is that you can now do it (even though you practically need a second mortgage). This Sony recorder lives up to Sony technology. It has been running essentially problem free for a little over a week. Positives: Recording HDTV is fantastic and this model Sony provides just as good resolution as the originial broadcast. Those with very large screens may notice a slight difference but I have not been able to pick out a recorded program from a live one. The best part of the recorder is I can receive HD channels and a program guide without paying any fees to any provider whatsoever. That alone makes the price of the recorder much easier to swallow over the course of a year. For the most part the system is easy to use and sets up very quickly. Just follow the quick setup guide and you will be well on your way. 250GB gives you at least 30 hours of HDTV programming. I have not maxed it out yet but I am sure that I will eventually. The major positive is the recorder is super quiet. No more than a very light hum. Not annoying at all. I am curious what harddrives they use given the fact everything is so quiet. Another great feature is the fact that the device has both an analog (NTSC) and digital (ATSC) tuner. This allows you to watch a channel in HDTV or one in analog if that station has not yet gone digital or is not coming in because of bad weather. Just so you know -- I am a minimum of 35 miles from the closest HD station, with the furtherest being about 60 miles for another digital station. I do have an excellent rooftop antenna, with a pretty clear line of view, however the Sony has no problems picking up all the stations. (I even pick up a few duplicate stations from sistering areas.) Bad stuff: As with most Sony devices this has a pathetic 90 day/1 year warranty. Get a life Sony... at least provide a full year. The tv guide updates at night when you are sleeping. This means that you have to wait at least one night for the next days listings to populate and a few days for the whole guide to populate. There are a lot of complaints that the guide sucks however I have never had tivo so I do not need to compare it to that. Is it perfect? No. Does it do it's job? Yes. Case & Point!! The major disappointment is it only has one digital tuner. This means you can only view one program or record one program at a time - no watching one channel and recording another. On the plus side of it, you can view a recorded program while you are recording. Many dvrs do not allow this. The remote the tuner ships with and guide are not super intuitive. Unfortunately, I had to read the manual to get a good idea of how to use both. I thought that as American's products were built so we no longer had to do this? The retail price is pretty high - $800. However, if you shop around you shouldn't have to pay the MSRP. Also, keep in mind if you figure out how much you are paying for cable, satellite, and/or tivo the $800 soon becomes a drop in the bucket (plus in the end you own something)!!! Hope this helps others -- I did way to much research before I came to the purchasing decision -- and after all of it -- I may just buy another so I can watch one program and record another!

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