[mythtv-users] Building a New MythTV System

Brad DerManouelian myth at dermanouelian.com
Tue Jan 30 00:37:57 UTC 2007

On Jan 29, 2007, at 4:18 PM, Ivan Kowalenko wrote:

>> Tivo's Series 3 box sounds like the exact thing you're describing.
>> It's $800 plus $200 for a year of service which meets your $1000
>> price mark. Honestly, I'm not trying to sound like an ass here but
>> if those really are your list of requirements, it would perform
>> well for   you.
> Yeah, but the problem with that recommendation is that the user may
> not want to be locked into the TiVo DRM. But a good suggestion
> nonetheless. Does the Series 3 even support dual-tuners or PiP?

Yes, the Series 3 for $799 is dual-tuner HD and does PiP. Like I  
said.. a really nice box if the only thing you need it for is  
recording and playing back TV and since he mentioned he's away a lot,  
I presume not much time for tinkering with it all the time like those  
of us who work from home. :)

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