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Last Edited by wuzzy August 19, 2016 at 12:00 PM
https://www.amazon.com/TiVo-Roami...s=tivo+ota now $360

TiVo Roamio OTA 1 TB DVR - With No Monthly Service Fees - Digital Video Recorder and Streaming Media Player - Compatible with any HD digital antenna

Not as great when it was selling $300 for the 500gb one in the past.. but it includes an upgraded 1TB HDD instead and its the lowest its been according to CamelCamelCamel. Selling for 399.99 everywhere else. I have the 500gb model with 2 mini's, absolutely love it!

Plugs into any HD digital antenna.(1) Pause, rewind and record free HD programming. No monthly TiVo service fee required.
• Record four shows at once and up to 150 hours of HD programming.(2)
• SkipMode skips entire commercial breaks of recorded shows at the press of a button.(3) QuickMode speeds through recorded and buffered shows 30% faster, with pitch-corrected audio.
• Searches TV and streaming content simultaneously. Integrates access to Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, VUDU and more.(4)
• Easily connects to your TV with an HDMI cable. Simply connect the HD antenna to the TiVo Roamio OTA using a coax cable. The guided setup will help you get your device up and running in no time.
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After tax, may as well get from ebay. (Cheaper - cash back and ebay Bucks)

Amazon would be better for the returned item @ $316.19 + tax

I plan to get one soon, just waiting on a better price drop. Maybe Black Friday will have a deal!
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Why are the deals always on the garbage OTA models. I need some deals on the real Tivos.
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Currently I am using Optimum as Internet/TV service provider. Can I use TiVo with Optimum?
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There just isn't enough OTA content to justify the cost for me. I was hoping for XB1 DVR to happen but that is dead now so looking for other options. I want to stay under $200 with lifetime guide.

Ability to stream via exisiting FireTV boxes would be best.

HDHomerun DVR looks promising...
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Trying to cut the cable right now. Been ordering several different OTA antennas and trying them out all over the house and outside. Most I can get is 19 channels which can't justify this purchase. I live right between DC and Baltimore but having a hard time getting the stations for football in DC. Tried directional and unidirectional models using the guides online. Really getting frustrated with it all.
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Currently I am using Optimum as Internet/TV service provider. Can I use TiVo with Optimum?
This model is for over-the air TV only. Does not work with cable
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Awesome deal. I bought one for $400. Love it.
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I have the 500gb version, it is great!
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Quote from Nick04263 View Post :
Trying to cut the cable right now. Been ordering several different OTA antennas and trying them out all over the house and outside. Most I can get is 19 channels which can't justify this purchase. I live right between DC and Baltimore but having a hard time getting the stations for football in DC. Tried directional and unidirectional models using the guides online. Really getting frustrated with it all.
Nobody should want to watch DC football, anyway.

If you're really right between DC and Baltimore I don't know how you can't get a signal when all of the towers are in NW DC. I was able to get all of the channels, with occasional pixilation on NBC, from 20 miles west of DC while just sticking a Mohu Leaf in a window that didn't even face the right direction. We're talking a zero effort, zero calibration, Leaf taped to a first floor North facing window that was behind a big tree. I put no effort in to it because I was just using it in the interim while Verizon was on strike and I needed something until I could get installation.
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FYI you can modify the OTA Tivo to accept cable cards, if you scavenge an old Tivo off ebay:

http://www.avsforum.com/forum/26-...ecret.html

FWIW I've got the 500 GB roamio (with cable) which I got last Christmas for $400 from Tivo with lifetime service. After adding a mini - connected via Moca - it's great. I had wanted to get rid of my time warner boxes for some time, and had considered many things - media pc etc. But at the end of the day, I didn't want to be tech support for my wife and kids. The tivo is bulletproof and easily understood by everybody in the house. Even if you don't cut the cable, you'll likely end up paying it off in a year or two with avoided box rental fees.

And the integration with netflix, vudu, hulu, etc. is great. Particularly if you get the slider remote that allows typing. When you search for a show on Tivo it will tell you which streaming service has it - no more hopping back and forth between apps to find what you want.
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Trying to cut the cable right now. Been ordering several different OTA antennas and trying them out all over the house and outside. Most I can get is 19 channels which can't justify this purchase. I live right between DC and Baltimore but having a hard time getting the stations for football in DC. Tried directional and unidirectional models using the guides online. Really getting frustrated with it all.
Kodi?
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Is the Bolt the only Tivo that you can watch streaming via mobile devices/tivo online?
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Kodi?
Tried it with a Fire Stick but really unimpressive options so far that I have seen.
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Nobody should want to watch DC football, anyway.

If you're really right between DC and Baltimore I don't know how you can't get a signal when all of the towers are in NW DC. I was able to get all of the channels, with occasional pixilation on NBC, from 20 miles west of DC while just sticking a Mohu Leaf in a window that didn't even face the right direction. We're talking a zero effort, zero calibration, Leaf taped to a first floor North facing window that was behind a big tree. I put no effort in to it because I was just using it in the interim while Verizon was on strike and I needed something until I could get installation.
Agreed. I am a Raven's fan but the wife is a Skins fan. My option to cut out cable hinge on her ability to watch the Redskins games. I have one of those Leaf's as well. Get about 15 channels plugging it in and letting it lay on the table. I should think with a more sophisticated UHF/VHF antenna I should be seeing more but outside I seem to get between 2 and 12. I just don't get it. Going to try it as high as possible this weekend.
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