TiVo Community Forum Archive 1
READ ONLY ARCHIVES

Welcome to the TiVo Community Forum Archive
This archive covers threads on TiVo Community Forum that have not been posted to from the start until June 30, 2004.  Any thread that has a post made to it between 7/1/04 and 12/31/05, that had not been posted to, will be found in Archive 2.
This is a READ ONLY site.

  Search | ARCHIVE 2 | MAIN SITE

TiVo Community Forum Archive 1 : Powered by vBulletin version 2.2.8 TiVo Community Forum Archive 1 > Main TiVo Forums > DVD TiVo Units
>>> Will TIVO be "inside" the new Humax flat panel tv? <<<

 
Forum Jump:
Search this Thread:
Last Thread   Next Thread
Author
Thread ---> Show Printable Version | Email this Page | Subscribe to this thread Post New Thread    Post A Reply
kc51295 is offline Old Post 01-15-2004 06:16 AM
Click Here to See the Profile for kc51295 Find more posts by kc51295 Add kc51295 to your buddy list Show Printable Version Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
kc51295
Member

Registered: Aug 2002
Location:
Posts: 93

Will TIVO be "inside" the new Humax flat panel tv?

look at the tivo guy on this page-
http://www.humaxusa.com/flatscreen.asp

pretty interesting , eh !

POST #1 | Report this post to a moderator | IP: Logged

mrpurple is offline Old Post 01-15-2004 06:18 AM
Click Here to See the Profile for mrpurple Find more posts by mrpurple Add mrpurple to your buddy list Show Printable Version Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
mrpurple
body by Guinness

Registered: Sep 2002
Location: Another guy on another job.
Posts: 2262

It does mention a TV with live pause as well. could be interesting.

__________________
Luck is probability taken personally.

-Penn Jillette

POST #2 | Report this post to a moderator | IP: Logged

ufo4sale is offline Old Post 01-15-2004 07:35 AM
Click Here to See the Profile for ufo4sale Find more posts by ufo4sale Add ufo4sale to your buddy list Show Printable Version Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
ufo4sale
TiVo Forum Special Member

Registered: Apr 2001
Location: Bridgewater Nj 08807
Posts: 1924

yes, yes it will.

POST #3 | Report this post to a moderator | IP: Logged

jack e is offline Old Post 01-15-2004 07:37 AM
Click Here to See the Profile for jack e Find more posts by jack e Add jack e to your buddy list Show Printable Version Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
jack e
New Member

Registered: Oct 2002
Location: san mateo, ca
Posts: 14

Maybe its a 250 GB tivo?

http://www.humaxusa.com/dvr.asp

POST #4 | Report this post to a moderator | IP: Logged

CraigHB is offline Old Post 01-15-2004 07:49 AM
Click Here to See the Profile for CraigHB Visit CraigHB's homepage! Find more posts by CraigHB Add CraigHB to your buddy list Show Printable Version Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
CraigHB
Member

Registered: Dec 2003
Location: Sparks, NV
Posts: 109

Hehe, approaching the ultimate TV; flat panel high definition with a built in 250GB DirecTiVo, DVD-RW, and an ethernet port.

__________________
DirecTiVo SIR-S4040R u/g to 120 Hrs

POST #5 | Report this post to a moderator | IP: Logged

MediaLivingRoom is offline Old Post 01-15-2004 07:50 AM
Click Here to See the Profile for MediaLivingRoom Visit MediaLivingRoom's homepage! Find more posts by MediaLivingRoom Add MediaLivingRoom to your buddy list Show Printable Version Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
MediaLivingRoom
Special Ed Student

Registered: Dec 2002
Location: Alviso, California
Posts: 714


HUMAX's digital video recorders (DVR) with TiVo make it simple to control live TV and record favorite programs without the hassles of videotapes. The one-of-a-kind TiVo service powers the DVR to automatically find and record favorite shows, every time they’re on. It also finds and records shows by title, actor, director, sports team or even topic. Plus, pause, rewind, slo-mo or instant replay live TV.



HUMAX will be unveiling “LivePause™”—an innovative feature that makes watching TV more like watching a DVD. You’ll be able to pause, rewind, slo-mo, or instant replay live TV without any additional equipment. In the past, this type of functionality was only available through a separate set-top box. But now, HUMAX flat panel televisions will offer consumers true freedom. It’s just another example of how we’re integrating our expertise into the future of consumer electronics.



HUMAX advanced DVD recorders with TiVo allow you to create superb digital recordings from TV, video, and MP3 files and save them onto DVDs. And, continuing our promise of bringing consumers added value with every product, HUMAX DVD recorders with TiVo are actually three products in one. They offer the best of our TiVo digital video recorders, an exceptional DVD player, and an advanced recorder. So when you purchase a HUMAX DVD recorder with TiVo, you’re saving memories, money, and space—no more VCR, no more DVR, and no more DVD player. Just the HUMAX DVD recorder with TiVo. Best of all, you’ll have all of your favorite, easy to use TiVo functions including pause, rewind, slo-mo, and instant replay of live TV. Record your favorite shows using exclusive TiVo features such as Season Pass™ and WishList™. Then, it’s up to you whether to save them on the hard drive or a DVD. It’s the one component that does it all.

POST #6 | Report this post to a moderator | IP: Logged

kc51295 is offline Old Post 01-15-2004 08:02 AM
Click Here to See the Profile for kc51295 Find more posts by kc51295 Add kc51295 to your buddy list Show Printable Version Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
kc51295
Member

Registered: Aug 2002
Location:
Posts: 93

bummer-
tivo pony says no !

POST #7 | Report this post to a moderator | IP: Logged

tomo_kun is offline Old Post 01-15-2004 08:42 AM
Click Here to See the Profile for tomo_kun Find more posts by tomo_kun Add tomo_kun to your buddy list Show Printable Version Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
tomo_kun
BemaniStyle 6.0

Registered: Sep 2003
Location:
Posts: 3906

the HUMAX TiVo, will it be HD? Im just wondering because it has a 250 GB HD like the HD-DVR250 from HUGHES

__________________
HDVR2-Stock 3.1.1C
Resident DDR/Bemani geek. Looking for Stepmania/DWI files? PM me.
Originally posted by heyitscory-"TV One... because you're not cool enough for BET."

POST #8 | Report this post to a moderator | IP: Logged

ufo4sale is offline Old Post 01-15-2004 08:47 AM
Click Here to See the Profile for ufo4sale Find more posts by ufo4sale Add ufo4sale to your buddy list Show Printable Version Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
ufo4sale
TiVo Forum Special Member

Registered: Apr 2001
Location: Bridgewater Nj 08807
Posts: 1924

Where did TiVo Pony say this?

POST #9 | Report this post to a moderator | IP: Logged

TiVo Fool is offline Old Post 01-15-2004 07:31 PM
Click Here to See the Profile for TiVo Fool Find more posts by TiVo Fool Add TiVo Fool to your buddy list Show Printable Version Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
TiVo Fool
TiVo Aficionado

Registered: Dec 2001
Location: Fayetteville, GA
Posts: 64

All they talk about is the ability to pause live TV in their flat panels. No mention of full TiVo functionality. Although the TiVo logo is on the flat panel page on their website...

POST #10 | Report this post to a moderator | IP: Logged

All times are GMT. The time now is 07:22 AM. Post New Thread    Post A Reply
  Last Thread   Next Thread
>>> Will TIVO be "inside" the new Humax flat panel tv? <<<

TiVo Community Forum Archive 1 : Powered by vBulletin version 2.2.8 TiVo Community Forum Archive 1 > Main TiVo Forums > DVD TiVo Units
Search The Internet
 
Show Printable Version | Email this Page | Subscribe to this thread

Forum Jump:
 
Search this Thread:

Forum Rules:
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts
HTML code is OFF
vB code is ON
Smilies are ON
[IMG] code is ON
 

< Contact Us - TiVo Community Forum Archive 1 >

Powered by: vBulletin Version 2.2.8
Copyright ©2000, 2001, Jelsoft Enterprises Limited.
(C)opyright - All Rights Reserved. No information may be posted elsewhere without written permission.
TiVo® is a registered trademark of TiVo Inc. This site is not affiliated with TiVo Inc.
Page generated in 0.05146790 seconds (88.58% PHP - 11.42% MySQL) with 22 queries.


Spider History Index