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Like many others, I got a letter from Xfinity regarding MPEG-4 being required, I'm trying to determine if I will need to replace my Tivo.

When I display System Information, it displays that it is a "Series 4"...
It looks like a Premiere, but it's been a few years since I bought it...
I would just check the model, but I'd have to do some disassembly of my "Entertainment Center" to get a look at the back.

Update: Model number is TCD746320 ...

Thanks in advance for any help,

Pat
 

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Like many others, I got a letter from Xfinity regarding MPEG-4 being required, I'm trying to determine if I will need to replace my Tivo.

When I display System Information, it displays that it is a "Series 4"...
It looks like a Premiere, but it's been a few years since I bought it...
I would just check the model, but I'd have to do some disassembly of my "Entertainment Center" to get a look at the back.

Thanks in advance for any help,

Pat
I beleive it is, but look at your account online at tivo and it will give the number.
 

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Like many others, I got a letter from Xfinity regarding MPEG-4 being required, I'm trying to determine if I will need to replace my Tivo.

When I display System Information, it displays that it is a "Series 4"...
It looks like a Premiere, but it's been a few years since I bought it...
I would just check the model, but I'd have to do some disassembly of my "Entertainment Center" to get a look at the back.

Update: Model number is TCD746320 ...

Thanks in advance for any help,

Pat
Your all good! Yes, the Premiere is the Series 4 and mpeg-4 ready. The two tuner Premieres 756320/746500/748xxx as you have were the last TiVo that had concurrent OTA and Cable Card tuners
 
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