Premiere XL4 Lifetime and 2 Minis

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  1. NeuroDawg

    NeuroDawg New Member

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    I'm done with Xfinity and cut the cord. I don't need my TiVO equipment anymore so the following is up for sale:

    - Premiere XL4 (TCD758250) w/ Lifetime Service - Upgraded Nov 2019 to 4TB HD
    - TiVO Mini x2 (one TCDA92000 and one TCDA92000)
    - TiVO Remotes x4

    All of the above for $200 plus actual shipping costs from 98332.

    I'll also take $50+shipping for everything, but with the original 2TB HD (I keep the 4TB WD drive). I upgraded the hard drive because the original WD Green drive was going bad; the machine would still run and record, but the recordings would skip, jump, and pixelate frequently. I was still able to use mfscopy to copy the system from the old drive to my new drive which is how I upgraded.

    I'm also selling locally on Craigslist and FB Marketplace.
     
  2. jrwahl

    jrwahl New Member

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    Apr 28, 2020
    Am I correct in thinking that this equipment would only work for someone who also has Xfinity?
     
  3. terpfan1980

    terpfan1980 It's Just TV TCF Club

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    It would work with a cable card (and require a cable card), so would work for other providers as well as Xfinity (Frontier/ Verizon FiOS, Cox, or other cable providers).

    It would NOT work with an over-the-air antenna if you wanted to use it for that.
     
  4. jrwahl

    jrwahl New Member

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    Thanks for the info. Does that apply to the minis as well? I've seen it stated in a few places that people were unable to add a used mini to their Tivo account because the mini originally came from a cable company?
     
  5. terpfan1980

    terpfan1980 It's Just TV TCF Club

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    Unless it was cable company provided hardware the minis should be usable anywhere but would require a supported device to actually provide service from (a 4 tuner device such as Premiere XL4, or a Roamio, Bolt or Edge).
     
  6. Fil131

    Fil131 New Member

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    Yup should work on either Moca from the DVR or hardwired ethernet network or with data over power adapters. Everything has a TiVo service number that would just need to be transferred to the new owners account and good to go.
     

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