TiVo TCD750500 Premiere 4
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If you love to be entertained, you'll love the new TiVo Premiere 4, TCD750500. With 4 tuners, you can record 4 shows at once. The TiVo Premiere 4,TCD750500 is equipped with 75 hours of HD recording capacity, giving you ample room to record all your favorites. Best of all, Premiere 4 was specially designed to serve as the hub to a TiVo whole home set-up. So no matter where the entertainment you want is located, on TV or the web, Premiere 4 will find it in just a few clicks, and serve it up whenever you're relaxed and ready. Consider the TiVo Premiere HD DVR the base of your entertainment empire.
TiVo TCD750500 Premiere 4:
- 4 tuners allow you to record up to 4 shows at once on the TiVo Premiere DVR
- 500GB of recording capacity provide up to 75 hours of HD programming
- Easy access to broadband entertainment providers like Netflix, Pandora, Hulu Plus, Amazon and YouTube
- Stream music and photos from any home network and the web using the TiVo Premiere HD DVR
- Full 1080p and 1080i video plus high-definition up conversion for SD content
- Free TiVo App for iPad, iPhone and Android provides a richer TV experience
- Add recording space with eSATA compatible hard drive
- Compatible with digital cable and Verizon FiOS
- Enable media sharing across the home with other TiVo DVRs or by adding other TiVo Whole Home solutions
- Integrates easily with Crestron, Control4 and other popular home automation control systems
- Supports HDCP compliant splitters up to 16 streams
- Built-in MoCA support for internet over coaxial cable
- Supported signal sources: Digital cable (QAM only), Verizon FiOS
- Outputs: HDMI, component video, composite video, optical audio, analog audio, MoCA
- Video output modes: 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p
- Inputs: CableCARD support, cable coax, Ethernet connection, USB 2.0 ports (2), eSATA, MoCA
- TiVo Premiere DVR Audio: Dolby 5.1
|Shipping Weight (in pounds):||6.8|
|Product in Inches (L x W x H):||16.5 x 9.7 x 2.4|
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- Yes. You have the option of paying $499 for a lifetime subscription or $399 if you are a current Tivo subscriber and have another Tivo. Monthly costs are $14.99/month for new subscribers and $12.99/month if you have more than one box. Additionally, if you are a new subscriber, you have to commit for one year.by michele53898/2/2013Was this answer helpful? (2) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- The best option in my opinion is to pay for Product Lifetime Service on the box which costs $499 for the first box in your home and $399 for subsequent boxes. If you want to pay monthly, the fee is $14.99/mo for the first box and $12.99/mo for each additional box (multi-service discount). You can try out the monthly plan and convert to lifetime once you decide you like the service. TiVo has a 30-day money back guarantee so its worth trying. In my opinion its a great option over the generic cable company DVR.by Techwzrd8/25/2013Was this answer helpful? (3) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- $15 a month or $500 for the life of the product. Check tivo.comby jakustra3/14/2013Was this answer helpful? (2) (1)Was this answer helpful?
- You will need a cable card for Comcast. Most recently, they have increased the cost of the cards - I guess too many people are ditching their DVRs.by michele53898/10/2014Was this answer helpful? (2) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- You'll need to contact your cable operator and ask for a multi-stream CableCARD. They can send out a technician to install it or you can install it yourself. If you go the self-install route you'll need to call up the technical support of the cable company or use their web site for some operators to "pair" the CableCARD with your account. The process can sometimes be a little frustrating but once it works you shouldn't have any problems from that point forward. Go to TiVo.com and select support for more information. They have wizards to walk you through the set-up process and their own customer forums to provide more support if you need it.by Techwzrd8/10/2014Was this answer helpful? (3) (1)Was this answer helpful?