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    #16
    Re: External Hard Drive

    A lot of folks thought that S3 was discontinued, but it was just sold out and, if I recall, there was a shortage of some components.

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      #17
      Re: External Hard Drive

      Here is a link that seems to say that Tivo did intend to phase it out:

      http://www.zatznotfunny.com/2008-02/...ies3-hardware/

      and another:

      http://dvr.about.com/b/2008/02/01/ti...he-tivo-hd.htm

      So at least I wasn't making crazy s##t up.

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        #18
        Re: External Hard Drive

        The S3 is available from the Tivo website.

        There's some distinct differences between the S3 and HD models. The S3 has some advantages, the HD others.

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          #19
          Re: External Hard Drive

          Originally posted by NA9D View Post
          There's some distinct differences between the S3 and HD models. The S3 has some advantages, the HD others.
          What are the advantages of the HD, other than price? Looking at the Tivo website, it looks like the features of the S3 are a superset of the HD.

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            #20
            Re: External Hard Drive

            Originally posted by redwein View Post
            What are the advantages of the HD, other than price? Looking at the Tivo website, it looks like the features of the S3 are a superset of the HD.
            The HD can accept handle Multi-Stream cable cards properly. This means you can use one card for both tuners. The S3 will accept multi-stream cards but you'll need two of them.

            The HD uses a 64 bit file system as compared to the 32 bit file system on the S3. Therefore, the HD technically can have a much larger storage capacity. Right now this is not meaningful but it could be some day.

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              #21
              Re: External Hard Drive

              Originally posted by NA9D View Post
              The HD can accept handle Multi-Stream cable cards properly. This means you can use one card for both tuners. The S3 will accept multi-stream cards but you'll need two of them.

              The HD uses a 64 bit file system as compared to the 32 bit file system on the S3. Therefore, the HD technically can have a much larger storage capacity. Right now this is not meaningful but it could be some day.
              That day is coming next month when Seagate releases their 1.5TB drives.

              http://www.seagate.com/ww/v/index.js...00f5ee0a0aRCRD

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                #22
                Tivo Series 3 to disappear, replaced by HD

                More speculation on the disappearance of the Tivo 3. This one seems compellingly true:

                http://www.electronista.com/articles...ulls.series.3/

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                  #23
                  Re: Tivo Series 3 to disappear, replaced by HD

                  Originally posted by FloatingDuck View Post
                  More speculation on the disappearance of the Tivo 3. This one seems compellingly true:

                  http://www.electronista.com/articles...ulls.series.3/
                  Well, going to the Tivo site and casually browsing, I see nothing referring to the Series 3...

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