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Discussion in 'TiVo Series3 HDTV DVRs' started by RickStrobel, Sep 13, 2006.
Pricing came from Tivo website
Yup, HD recording. Two tuners makes it even better.
HD using TiVo
Able to move from DirecTV (I've got 2 HD10-250 units) and have Tivo on Comcast cable (which has finally supassed DirecTV IMO).
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!)
Keeping TiVo and adding HD.
#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. . .