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There's a caveat to taking it with you. If you stay within the 50 United States, you won't have a problem as long as you're willing to go through Guided Setup again and download new program data.

Canada recently got TiVo, so I don't think taking your TiVo north of the border should be a problem.

However, outside of the US and Canada you would have a problem, mostly due to a lack of TiVo service. But even in the UK, which has TiVo, they have an incompatible TV system.
 

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Got TIVO for my Dad, Problem is TIVO Banner Channel letters are to small for him to see when changing on a 27" Sony. Who knows if you can make the Channel letters bigger to help those over 50?
 

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RonDawg said:
There's a caveat to taking it with you. If you stay within the 50 United States, you won't have a problem as long as you're willing to go through Guided Setup again and download new program data.

Canada recently got TiVo, so I don't think taking your TiVo north of the border should be a problem.

However, outside of the US and Canada you would have a problem, mostly due to a lack of TiVo service. But even in the UK, which has TiVo, they have an incompatible TV system.
He can still take it with him. :p
 

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The best way to take tivo with you on vacation, is orb.com

Check it out.
 
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