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TiVo TCD746320 Premiere DVR, Black (2010 Model)
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- Connects to your cable service and replaces your cable box
- Records up to 45 hours of HD programming
- Record your favorite shows and discover new ones with TiVo's new HD interface
- Full HD support, including 1080i and 1080p
- Monthly subscription required
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TiVo Premiere is much more than a DVR. It's a cable box, a movie box, a web box, and a music box. With Premiere, you'll not only get the world's best DVR, you'll enjoy access to a vast universe of broadband entertainment. New HD user interface for optimized search & discovery Records up to 45 hours of HD programming Connects to your cable service, replacing your cable box Access the world's largest on-demand video store Schedule recordings online or with your mobile phone Connects to your cable service and replaces your cable box* Works with cable and digital antenna. Does not work with satellite. Full HD support (also works with standard-definition TVs) Smaller, more energy efficient and more powerful than previous TiVo generations New HD user interface for optimized search & discovery Records up to 45 hours of HD programming; XL records up to 150 hours Find shows with exclusive TiVo features, like TiVo Sea
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The channels you watch. The web entertainment you want.
The one box that does it all.
Imagine a device so sophisticated it combines digital cable channels and the world's most advanced DVR with the best entertainment from the web—all together in one box. Step up to the most advanced and innovative DVR ever built, TiVo Premiere.
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The TiVo Premiere series of DVRs delivers the best of TV and the web together in one box, with one remote and one simple search across everything. It replaces your existing cable box, works with your cable service and gives you more for about the same monthly price you're paying now.
- Records up to 45 hours of HD programming
- Replaces your cable box, works with your cable service
- Integrated access to Netflix, Pandora®, YouTube™, Hulu Plus and more
- Compatible with an HD digital antenna
- Free TiVo iPad app for smartphones & tablets for anywhere control
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TiVo Premiere replaces your ordinary cable box with something extraordinary: the most advanced and innovative DVR ever built. Intuitive, easy-to-use features like pause, slo-mo and fast-forward give you complete control. TiVo-only features like Suggestions, WishList® searches and Season Pass® recordings ensure you never miss another show.
The web entertainment you want.
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No matter what you're in the mood for, TiVo Premiere has you covered. You'll enjoy virtually endless entertainment, all brought together for you in one place. Best of all, it's all made simple and searchable. You won't get this anywhere else. All the shows, movies, web videos and music you want, whenever you want them.† It's the world's largest video store at your fingertips. It's millions of videos from YouTube™ and millions of songs from Pandora and Rhapsody®—all on your HDTV. It's being delighted by intelligent suggestions for new shows, and discovering great things to watch through collections of shows you can't find on cable.
*CableCARD required for receipt of digital cable service. Additional fees may apply from your cable provider. **Broadband internet connection required for receipt of third-party content. Additional fees may apply. Netflix unlimited membership required. See Netflix.com for details. † New TiVo service plan required. Terms and conditions apply. TiVo service is required and sold separately. You will choose your plan when you activate your TiVo Premiere DVR at tivo.com/activate. No functionality is represented or should be expected without a paid subscription to the TiVo service. ††Multi-service discount pricing available for select customers. Log into tivo.com to see if you qualify. ‡TiVo and the TiVo logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of TiVo Inc. or its subsidiaries worldwide. All other trademarks are property of their respective owners.
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On the up side, Tivo still beats the Verizon DVR, even the new spiffy Motorola ones. Tivo is just smarter about recording shows in terms of recording conflicts, and it gives you the option to view content from Amazon and Hulu and other sources.
The new Tivo app for iPhone and iPad is pretty neat too. You can find and schedule programs and it's way faster than doing it on the Tivo. And with the Tivo Stream add-on you can watch live TV and recorded shows on your iOS devices too. You can even take recorded shows with you.
Worthwhile upgrade but not the quantum leap I was hoping for.
The new HD interface is slow, unstable and incomplete. It is by definition a "BETA" still. I would not recommend using it as your primary interface until it is completed. Luckily there is the option to run the legacy "SD" interface TIVO is known for until that happens. But that effectively eliminates the reason for upgrading. It is essentially a Series 3 hd in a new form factor with a bigger hard drive, all other features on this new box are already available there.
If you don't already own a TIVO and need a HD cable box with DVR then this is a great choice, just use the SD menu. If you already own a TIVO series 3 HD box save your money, there is nothing here to justify a 300 dollar upgrade and the time involved to set it up and deal with the bugs.
I quite frankly can't believe with all the competition Tivo has they could leave out what should be standard features in 2010 and justify the cost/fees involved.
New box design and look.
More recording time from last series.
New HD interface that displays a lot of good info about the shows you have.(when its finished)
New hardware processor etc
USB keyboard support
netflix streaming support (existing feature)
amazon movies on demand support (existing feature)
blockbuster (existing feature)
Ability to transfer shows to home pc or home server (existing feature)
Ability to set recording of new shows etc via the tivo website (existing feature)
No built in wifi. You have to buy a very expensive and unattractive wifi adapter. Most of us don't have an Ethernet connection to our entertainment center so this is a must have for most of us. Add 40 - 90 dollars to your cost. You can get blue ray players for less then 300 now with built in wifi. This was just a cheap nickel and dime you decision on tivo's part.
45 hours of HD recording time. In the day of 2TB hard drives tivo puts in a 320GB (yes you can upgrade to XL but why? The XL should have a 2TB). Look forward to paying for a branded tivo extender drive from WD if you want more.
Still the monthly fee PER BOX unless you want to pay lifetime, 300 to 400 dollars per box.
Look forward to being blasted by commercial company ads on the tivo itself especially in the HD interface.
Cable cards is a real pain and they do not offer tru2way. That means no "on demand" from the cable company. Also look forward to the service fee to have these installed, in addition to a possible monthly fee as well.
If you have multiple tivo's there is no over network streaming, you have to transfer a show from one to the other and its slow, real slow especially for shows in HD.
No ability to re download a rented movie (even if you haven't watched it yet on amazon movie on demand. That means if the download goes bad, which is very possible with a unit that locks up this much, you can't download it again without repurchasing it.
New hardware, but I see no performance difference if anything its slower then series 3. Dual core processor but the software doesn't support multiple threads yet to actually use it,(for stability reasons according to tivo, once again proving this box was not ready for release.)
Overall the Tivo premiere is a buggy, expensive mess. You quite simply do not get what you pay for/continue to pay for on a monthly basis. You can tell tivo isn't there for its customers, its there to make money and it shows with this latest box. It was rushed to market and its as cheap as it can possibly be.
I am disappointed, but overall I see the potential in a year. And personally I don't want to deal with the cable company again to get my old tivo re setup.
Tivo should of waited to release this or at least made it extremely clear the HD menu is not ready for prime time instead of touting it as a finished product. It clearly is not and it shows with the reviewers feedback all over the tech community.