How many UK users left?

Discussion in 'TiVo Series 1 - UK' started by ColinYounger, Jan 16, 2009.

  1. Nov 6, 2009 #541 of 740
    bradleyem

    bradleyem Member

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    534. Still going here - do most of my recordings on it, even though I have sky HD.
     
  2. Nov 8, 2009 #542 of 740
    mikefgrant

    mikefgrant New Member

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    535

    But now going to advertise my 40 + 80 G lifetime subscription TIVO plus PACE freeview adapter on ebay:(

    With V+ HD and the wider channel choice, I find that I rarely use the TIVO now.

    Still the best piece of kit I ever owned!
     
  3. Nov 9, 2009 #543 of 740
    nickjbooth

    nickjbooth New Member

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    536 Me
    537 My spare
    538 My parents
     
  4. HappyHiker

    HappyHiker New Member

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    539 but just got Sky HD today, so its just being used by the kids from now on.
    best gadgets ever:-

    1. TiVo
    2. iPhone
    3. errm... nothing qualifies as a three yet... that flexy led paper stuff that doesn't use power to keep the same page printed like an e-reader looks like it might though, if they ever release it...and it'll have to be colour:D
     
  5. tonywalk

    tonywalk New Member

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    Well, yes the un-flexy e-ink screens are bombing out of the door at the mo. Flexi mono screens could be out next year. Colour e-ink screens are currently in prototype and are probably 2-3 years off. Flexi and colour were both recent stories on Engadget.
     
  6. BigH

    BigH New Member

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    3. = Popcorn Hour

    538 - finally caved in and getting V+ next week - can't help thinking I've made the wrong decision
     
  7. NeilCoburn

    NeilCoburn New Member

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    540. I had V+ too but never caught on in my house. Everyone uses the TiVo, including my 3 year old
     
  8. spitfires

    spitfires wassock

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    541

    I'd be lost without my TiVo :cool: Just wish I'd bought a lifetime sub back in 2002. Oh well - it's only cost me £910 in subs :eek: ....hmm wish I hadn't worked that out now!
     
  9. johnnyFRS

    johnnyFRS New Member

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    Jan 5, 2003
    Herts
    542
     
  10. digital_S

    digital_S New Member

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    May 15, 2002
    Kent/Scotlan...
    About the same for me. Embarressing, isn't it! :eek:
     
  11. Andrew Dade

    Andrew Dade New Member

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    Jun 26, 2002
    Diss, Norfolk
    543
     
  12. cndawes

    cndawes New Member

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    Nov 16, 2009
    Still going strong with an unmodded unit :)
     
  13. cramar

    cramar New Member

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    545 & 546...

    Although I'm using Sky HD downstairs for the Mrs. (when it works..) all the good stuff is still captured by TiVo upstairs (the 2nd is a spare)

    God I wish I could go back to just TiVo... :-(
     
  14. dot2dot

    dot2dot New Member

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    547..

    bought it 7 years ago - never any trouble.

    one of the best - ok the best gadgets i have ever bought - it will never be topped... (will never go sky)

    thinking of buying another one in case mine has problems... (lifetime o course)
     
  15. msui772

    msui772 New Member

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    Oct 15, 2003
    London
    548 Me :) I'm still amazed that nothing comes close...
     
  16. msui772

    msui772 New Member

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    Oct 15, 2003
    London
    549 & 550 My parents... :)
     
  17. DJBlack

    DJBlack Very Techy Member

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    Dec 18, 2002
    Scotland, UK
    551 & 552
     
  18. dmsdemon2

    dmsdemon2 New Member

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    Nov 22, 2009
    553 & 554 (my parents)

    I've had my Tivo since April 2000. I've upgraded the hard disk once when it gave out 4 years ago. My second freeview box has just died - it took me a few days to find a suitable replacement. I had the spectre of having to use something other than Tivo - horror - but I'm sorted once more as of 3 hours ago!

    My parents have had a Tivo for 4-5 years. Last year it "had a problem" according to my dad, who suggested replacing it with a DTB PVR. My mum chained herself to the Tivo! Turned out to be an aerial issue;it has been fine ever since.
     
  19. Penny Cook

    Penny Cook New Member

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    Edinburgh
    555 (556 and 557 if you include the basic 40GB and the 300GB LT I keep as spares in the attic - just in case...)
     
  20. Dec 1, 2009 #560 of 740
    Ovit-UK

    Ovit-UK New Member

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    558 Still using and loving mine along side my $ky HD box and Samsung V+. :)
     

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