What ONE feature makes you want a Series 3 TiVo

Discussion in 'TiVo Series3 HDTV DVRs' started by RickStrobel, Sep 13, 2006.

  1. reh523

    reh523 New Member

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    Pricing came from Tivo website
     
  2. jsmeeker

    jsmeeker Notable Member TCF Club

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    word.
     
  3. loubob57

    loubob57 Cancer sucks! TCF Club

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    Yup, HD recording. Two tuners makes it even better. :)
     
  4. microkitty

    microkitty New Member

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    HD using TiVo
     
  5. kcl

    kcl New Member TCF Club

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    Able to move from DirecTV (I've got 2 HD10-250 units) and have Tivo on Comcast cable (which has finally supassed DirecTV IMO).
     
  6. smak

    smak TV MA SLV

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    You are actually right in that it says that on the website, but it's incorrect. You can't buy a series 3 with the old plans.

    Those are only for series 2.

    If you click on the 3 year $16.95 plan, and add the series 3 to your cart it says,
    "TiVo Package, Series3™ HD Digital Media Recorder w/1-year commitment ($12.95/mo)
    FREE Ground Shipping"

    The new plans are when you click on the "Click here for 300 hour series 3 HD plans"

    Those are either $12.95 a month or

    1 year pre-paid $155.40
    2 year pre-paid $299
    3 year pre-paid $299 (hey, good deal!)

    -smak-
     
  7. megazone

    megazone Hardcore TiVo Geek

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    Keeping TiVo and adding HD.
     
  8. RMBittner

    RMBittner Member

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    #1: Recording HD with a dual-tuner TiVo interface.

    My wife and I *love* HD, but we also love the TiVo software. I didn't realize just how good it was until we recently added a dual-tuner HD DVR from our cable company, just so I could "tivo" in HD. That box's software and remote are so unintuitive and downright cludgy that they're a pain to use. I can't wait to have the advantages of a dual-tuner HD recorder all wrapped up in the great TiVo package.

    BTW, we ordered the S3 yesterday. . .

    Bob
     

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