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TiVo TCDA94000 Stream

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  • Stream up to four recorded shows simultaneously
  • Watch a show on a mobile device as it's recorded
  • Wirelessly transfer shows to mobile devices
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TiVo TCDA94000 Stream + TiVo Roamio HD Digital Video Recorder and Streaming Media Player (TCD846500) + TiVo TCDA92000 TiVo Mini
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameTiVo
Item Weight4.8 ounces
Product Dimensions4.2 x 7.4 x 2.1 inches
Item model numberTCDA94000
Color NameBlack
  
Additional Information
ASINB008RWHC0E
Best Sellers Rank #2,718 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableSeptember 24, 2012
  
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: TiVo
  • Model: TCDA94000

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Product Description


TiVo Stream


Record. Transfer. Go.

TiVo Stream adds flexibility to your TiVo experience by letting you stream shows to mobile devices in your home, or wirelessly transfer shows and take them on the go. Imagine enjoying your favorite cooking show while preparing dinner or catching the ball game by the grill. Maybe you just want to send the kids upstairs to watch SpongeBob out of earshot. With TiVo Stream suddenly everybody's happy.


What you'll need

  • One or more iPad®, iPhone®, and iPod touch® devices running iOS 5.1 or later
  • At least one TiVo Premiere series DVR
  • Free TiVo® App for iPad, iPhone or iPod touch
  • A wired Ethernet or MoCA connection between your DVR and home network
  • No additional service fee

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TiVo Stream
hulu, youtube, picasa, pandora, spotify

"Watch Now" Flyout


Find something good to watch while browsing the Guide? Press the "Watch Now" button and you can choose to watch that show on your TV or on your iPad. It's a great way to keep everybody in the house happy when the big screen is occupied.





* Broadband internet connection required and additional fees may apply for receipt of third-party services. Netflix unlimited membership required. See Netflix.com for details.
** TiVo Service Plan requirements (See tivo.com for details.) TiVo service is required and sold separately. No functionality is represented or should be expected without a paid subscription to the TiVo service.
† Designed for use only with digital cable systems. It does not receive analog programming, including over-the-air, and will not work with an over-the-air antenna. If you are unsure whether your cable operator's service provides digital simulcast of all analog programming, please contact your provider to determine whether it offers all-digital or digital simulcast service.
© 2013 TiVo Inc. All rights reserved. TiVo, the TiVo logo, the Thumbs Up logo, and the Thumbs Down logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of TiVo Inc. or its subsidiaries worldwide. iPhone and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. Android is a trademark of Google Inc. CableCARD is a trademarkof Cable Television Laboratories, Inc. Imagery from Tribune Media Services. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

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Customer Reviews

All those with Tivo DVR's!
John Zanettos
Pros: Easily transfer recorded shows to iPad/iPhone for travel, or watch streaming in the house.
DaoFerret
I really wished this would work, it had promise, but sadly it doesn't as advertised.
G Schneyer

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137 of 140 people found the following review helpful By B. S. Bishop on November 3, 2012
UPDATE (2013-08-02):

I've had the TiVo Stream for about 9 months now. It does what I expect it to do but, in the real world, it's rare that I'm sitting around my home and thinking, "I want to stream (whatever).." Also, it's very rare that I actually use it for copy shows off of my TiVo onto my iPhone or iPad because it's just so slow.

I suppose at the end of the day my verdict is: I could unplug it and I don't think I'd miss it.

ORIGINAL:

First, what it doesn't do: It doesn't let you stream outside your network. If you want to stream outside your network then something like a SlingBox is the way to go.

Now, for what it does do: It'll stream recorded shows from your TiVo to your iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch. It'll allow you to download recorded shows from your TiVo to your iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch. You can stream live TV but it really just setups a recording and then starts streaming that recording to your iPad or iPhone.

What works really well is the streaming of recorded shows. You select a show, push the 'Watch on my iPhone' button and off you go. You can watch as long as you stay within range of your wireless network.

For streaming of live TV, it works well, too, but it's going to leave little recordings around on your TiVo. So, if you see 'Local Nightly News' is live in the guide, and start to stream it, it'll setup that recording, stream it to your iDevice and you'll be happy. When you go back into your Now Playing List on your TiVo you're going to see a recording of "Local Nightly News". Now, you could argue that it should clean this up or you could argue that it should hide it or maybe there ought to be an option. As it is, it's just sort of left there.
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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Jimmy Little on November 5, 2013
Let's be clear, here... The biggest issue with this device is not TiVo's fault. It is the fault of over zealous content providers.

I have a Tivo premiere full of about 60-70 shows. I dutifully click through them on my iPad downloading shows for an upcoming trip. On over 50 of the episodes from all over (ABC, NBC, msnbc, FX, Comedy Central, AMC, Palladia) are all unavailable for download due to copyright restrictions. TiVo is really good about following copyright requests, so if a network flags a show as "no copy", there's no way to get it.

After an hour of tapping around, I was able to download exactly one episode of NewsHour from PBS that was not copy protected. Every other episode is locked in the Tivo, so you're screwed. If you watch the TiVo stream tutorial on TiVo's YouTube channel, it clearly shows the iPad downloading How I Met Your Mother, which is locked down on my TiVo.

Returning it tomorrow.
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33 of 36 people found the following review helpful By ithos on November 6, 2012
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The TiVo Stream is a great product that is badly marred by TiVo's restrictions. Eliminate one critical flaw, and I would give this 5 stars.

Pros

* Easy to set up
* Can stream over WiFi if you do it right
* Great picture quality on iPhone, iPad

Cons

* Set-up time is close to 30 minutes
* Audible fan noise
* Runs warm
* No key-hole slots for mounting
* Cannot stream or mirror to AppleTV

The last "con" is, by far, my biggest complaint.

SETUP

Setup is easy, but two issues require a lot of patience. First, the startup of the TiVo Stream takes about 10 minutes. This is ridiculous and is as bad as my TiVo Premiere. Second, you need to use the TiVo app to select your DVR and then set up the Stream. This process redirects you to your TiVo account where you need to activate your Stream. Once activated, it takes 15 minutes (!) to "pair" the Stream to your TiVo box. So don't get too excited when your Stream is delivered. It will be a while before it is actually working.

FAN NOISE

The fan noise is surprisingly audible for such a small device. It's actually louder than my TiVo box. It starts out fairly loud when first plugged in, but then slows down once it has completed startup. As the Stream gets warmer, however, fan speed (and noise) picks up again. If you plan on having your Stream near your TV or in a common living space, consider putting it inside a cabinet.

HEAT

The Stream runs warm, so make sure it will have plenty of ventilation. I don't have mine inside a media cabinet yet, so I don't know how much warmer it will get once I move it.

MOUNTING OPTIONS

There are none.
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30 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Pen on November 25, 2012
Easy setup and install. Though you do need a direct ethernet line to the unit. I ended up getting the moca adapters which worked flawlessly.

The good news is when it does work, it's great. Love it, love it!

The bad news is, it doesn't work consistently. Fortunately, unplugging and replugging the unit fixes the problems. I find I do this annoyingly too often however.

The issues I've experienced when streaming tivo shows to my ipad:
* picture looks scrambled (this happened one time the day after purchase)
* slightly jumpy/jittery pictures (I see this often)
* just doesn't work sometimes, error message indicating network related problems

These issues weren't related to the show I was watching, it happened consistently across all of the shows I had taped.

Again all these problems get resolved when I unplug and replug the unit's power.

Pretty disappointing overall, I've been waiting for this product ever since the announcement. I regret making the expensive purchase (of both the stream and moca adapters).
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