TiVo Series II DVR w/lifetime programming

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  1. ridetriumph

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    TiVo Series II DVR Model TCD540080 DVR

    Includes:
    Lifetime programming subscription
    Netgear WG111 Wireless USB Adaptor
    Peanut remote
    Phone cable and splitter
    Coax cable
    Serial cable (to control your cable box)
    IR cable
    AV cable
    S-Video Cable

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    $100
    (plus shipping if you're out of the Portland/Vancouver area)
     
  2. SiCC

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    might have a buddy with interest. pm sent.

    he said no thanks.

    gl with the sale.
     
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  3. courier11sec

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    That seems like a killer deal. I know nothing about tivo. do you still need to have a cable subscription or is it tv through your internet connection?
     
  4. SiCC

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    yes on cable.

    the big thing is the lifetime subscription. tivo doesnt sell it anymore.
     
  5. Plummy

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    +1 on the lifetime subscription.

    best thing is that if something poops out, you can order the part from weaknees and get a replacement cause the subscription is in a chip on the mb. have had my series2 box for at least six years now, replaced the hard drive a little over a year ago. cooling fan a little after that.

    i just wish i could somehow upgrade it to receive hd signal now.

    (btw, it *is* possible to transfer the lifetime subscription to an hd box for no charge - it'll take about an hour on the phone complaining, but it can be done)
     
  6. ridetriumph

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    You don't necessarily need cable but it's not TV over internet. You can do it with an antenna and dvr over the air broadcast.
     
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