TiVo bows CableCARD-capable DVR

November 2006
CED;Nov2006, Vol. 32 Issue 11, p16
Trade Publication
The article reports on the introduction of the Series 3 digital video recorder (DVR) by TiVo Inc. in the U.S. The retail price of the DVR is $799.99 and is THX-certified, which means that recordings will retain the fidelity of the original broadcast. The box also supports dual tuners and two slots for CableCARDs.


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