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I was yawning through most of this episode but the last 15 minutes were chilling. In the words of Arnold, "I'll be back."
Did you recently unplug the power cord from the back of a TiVo and now when you plug it back in nothing happens?
Instead of bad capacitors, it might be that on one of the two places where the AC jack contacts are soldered to the circuit board the copper right around the terminal has broken loose from the rest of that trace.
It just happened to me on a 240 supply.
Holy CRAP...Beneke is ALIVE!
"We're done, when I say we're done..."
I've decided I wanted to build a MythTV box, but decided I wanted to use a Humax DRT800 as the case. This is obviously going to be a challenge, seeing as there's space constraints that the average PC manufacture doesn't have to account for. I just wanted to share with you guys my progress on this mission and share some of my ideas for this. I'd also love to get some input from you guys on it.
Here's the starting point, with no modification at all.
Now, to start tearing into this thing.
Removed the drives and mounts:
The front panel.
Starting to solder some wires for what was a 24 pin ribbion cable connector.
This is a cheap Arduino Mega clone I got off ebay:
I removed the pins and will solder the 24 pin connector of the front panel to this. I'm not quite sure how to interface with the front LCD yet, it appears there's some kind of controller IC under it, but I don't want to desolder the LCD to be able to read it. If anyone has info, your comments would be appreciated.
I also plan to rig up something with some transistors so that when the computer is on the arduino will just write HIGH (+5V) to a pin and that will cause the signal from the TiVo button to go over the serial connection to the board and tell MythTV that the home button was pressed. But when the pin from the arduino is LOW, then I'm going to have it send the signal to the motherboard's power connector.
This is kind of how I plan to mount the arduino. I removed the board that had the firewire, and video inputs. I also plan to desolder the DC power connector and just tap into what is coming from the supply, assuming that is 7-12V. (Just need to know how much the LCD and it's components require.)
I don't think I'll be able to reuse the TiVo's power supply, so I'm going to take a normal ATX one and move it onto a PCB that'll fit into the TiVo's case better.
As for the motherboard, I'm not sure what I'm going to do yet. I'm thinking the DVD drive has to go, or I might can fit a laptop one inside it, not sure.
I plan to make some 'L' shaped PCI and (whatever else) adapters so that I can put cards in it too. I'm thinking about an HD tuner card and a video card with HDMI out. Not sure if the heatsink will be a problem either.
But that's my progress so far, I'll keep you guys posted on my progress.
I have 2 TiVo Premieres with Comcast cable cards. All is working good and overall am pleased with the Premieres. I saw the announcement of the upcoming TiVo IP set top boxes. I was excited cause have been looking for a solution to get cable TV down to some basement TVs and thought this would be the solution. However, I am now reading that these IP set top boxes will only work with the 4 tuner Elite/XL4 and not my 2 tuner Premieres. BUMMER!!!!
Therefore, I thought about possibly getting a slingbox and investigate if there is maybe a way to use this device to get cable programming to my additional TVs. Plus, I would be able to watch a Premiere (live or recorded shows) when away from home. I also realize that with a Slingbox connected to a TiVo, if I change channels or play back recorded shows, it will affect the viewing of that particular TiVo.
Basically, is there any way of watching slingbox material to additional TVs in the house?
Hope someone can help...
I have a digital TV converter box, model AccessHD DTA1080. Need correct remote code.
TiVo (Series 2) has a listing for Access, and 3 codes to choose from, but none change the channel correctly. (Will change okay to a 1 digit-something channel like 7-1 but NOT to a double digit like 28-3.)
Have tried troubleshooting with TiVo support and changing options (there is an advanced setting for 1 or 2 digits) but still does the same thing.
NOT a problem with IR cable (tested extensively) or the box or it's native remote (tested extensively and work fine).
Just looks like the ACCESS code is incorrect for this particular model.
Does anyone have it?
The "Upcoming" section inside the Explore Show page appears broken. It shows no episodes in the next two weeks for every single show. I have plenty of guide data available over the next several days.
Anyone else seeing this? Kinda makes it tough to schedule Season Passes.
I think I already know the answer to this, but I'm posing the question anyway just in case I missed something.
Are there any on-demand movie rental services available for TiVo that provides closed captions and does not require a monthly subscription?
I think the only service left for TiVo that is not a subscription service is Amazon, correct? (I'm not talking about Prime - I know that's not available yet)
Unfortunately they don't povide closed captions.
Isn't there a law requiring closed caption support?
I have a TiVo Premiere (with Cablecard) on the first floor. I just added a TV on the third floor. I can control the TiVo from the 3rd floor with the iPhone app, now I just need to figure out how to get the video out from the TiVo up to the third floor.... inexpensively ($100 or less would be nice) .... without having to run wiring. I understand TiVo has a solution coming sometime this fall, but likely it will have a subscription attached to it and I'd prefer not to wait anyway.
Some transmission medium options are 802.11n or perhaps MoCA. I think we're essentially talking about HDMI over WiFi or MoCA.
Thanks for any ideas!
S3 in viewing room connected to home network, via eithernet cable to wireless bridge.
*(yet to be purchased)*
XL4 in another room connected to home network, via eithernet cable to wireless router.
Can I operate* the XL4 from the viewing room through the S3 TiVo?
Complete initial (guided) setup
Create season passes
Access SP Manager
Create single recordings, etc
Access to do list
Access now playing list
Watch programs recorded (on XL4) in viewing room via S3
A simple yes or no answer or a link to the information, is all I seek.
Thanks for the help
Thanks to every1 in the community, I was able to finally acquire a cablecard from Commiecast for my Premiere XL.
However, prior to that, I had to manually record a show for a couple of weeks. It was the only show I was recording while I waited to get the cablecard.
I had GROUPS turned on.
I was expecting these recordings to be put into a folder.
But when I go into the MYSHOW menu - they are just listed there one by one in date order - not in a folder.
Can the T(i)V(o)C(ommunity) shed some light please?
The show is already on EP 4. I can not figure out why I am drawn to this show., but I am. I think it is the lack of shows I like. To me it is like Wilfred....I watch, but I do not know why. Anyone else tuning into Louie?
Wow, television sure is vulgar.
Just listed this item for 99 cents. Original Hard Drive. This unit does not have lifetime, does not include a remote and does not include the IR cables. Auction closes on Jul 22, 2012 08:03:04 PDT
I figured I'd throw it on ebay to see if someone else could use it. Otherwise it was just going to be thrown out.
OLED Display, THX certified with lifetime and Glo Remote. So far it has 1 bid for $100. Auction ends Jul 21, 201213:15:25 PDT.
Item number: 200792701938
I was a former Tivo user but since the FCC, passed the new law's about cable cards I can see a rapid decline in Tivo customers! since The service is actualy free I wont post how but these new laws just gave the US consumers the right to record and access the EPG free of charge using what a lot of people already own! plus one purchace, I see the forum has not been very busy since this law was passed and other companys started selling hardware that allows free recording and access to the EPG and the Cable co can't block access to your recordings even if you cancel your account or move, if you already paid to watch and or record the show you shold have access to it at anytime! I am curious how Tivo will resond to the loss of customers?
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