|Item Weight||12.5 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5.7 x 1.1 x 5.5 inches|
|Item model number||TCDA95000|
|Batteries||2 AA batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Number of Component Outputs||HDMI|
|Special Features||MoCa 2.0|
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TiVo MINI VOX Streaming Media Player, 4K UHD, With Voice Remote! (TCDA95000)
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- TiVo Mini VOX extends your TiVo DVR experience to additional TVs throughout your house for an easy and economical whole-home 4K Ultra HD solution.
- Supports WiFi using the TiVo USB WIFI 5 Adapter, or a wired connection with the TiVo Bridge MoCa 2.0 Adapter or TiVo Bridge Plus MoCa 2.0 Adapter.
- TiVo Mini VOX expands the power of your voice to simultaneously search across live TV, your DVR recordings and streaming apps to easily find and watch your favorites in any room in your home.
- Get the full TiVo experience, including crystal-clear 4K Ultra HD picture and cutting-edge control, including SkipMode and QuickMode, on additional TVs in your home for no additional service subscription fees!
- Your favorite streaming apps are fully integrated. No more switching inputs, remotes or devices to access top streaming apps, like Netflix, Prime Video, Hulu, HBO GO, Pandora and more, in one integrated experience.
- Expand your TiVo DVR access and schedule a OnePass or a WishList search from any room. Compatible TiVo devices include TiVo EDGE for cable, TiVo EDGE for antenna, TiVo BOLT VOX, TiVo BOLT OTA for antenna, TiVo BOLT 500GB, TiVo Roamio and TiVo Roamio OTA.
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Expand your 4K Ultra HD experience!
Get a TiVo Mini VOX and, with your compatible TiVo DVR, you can bring the TiVo experience to any room in your house for a 4K Ultra HD whole-home DVR solution. When your main TiVo box is running the New Experience, the included TiVo VOX Remote brings voice control to Tru Multi Room. And best of all, there are no added monthly fees – the best bargain in the business.
Don’t feel like digging through endless pages of the Program Guide? Press and hold the Voice button and say, Show me what’s on now. TiVo displays shows and movies you might like based on shows you’ve watched before.
Say, Create OnePass and the name of your favorite TV series into your TiVo VOX Remote and TiVo’s OnePass feature tracks down every available season and episode — whether it's on television or a streaming app — and creates a customized watchlist for you.
Trying to find something specific but can’t remember the name? Tell TiVo to Show me action movies, then dig further by saying, Just the ones with Bruce Willis. TiVo gets you to what you’re looking for faster.
|TiVo BOLT VOX 500GB||TiVo BOLT VOX 1TB||TiVo BOLT VOX 3TB||TiVo Roamio OTA VOX 1TB||TiVo Mini VOX|
|TV source||Cable or HD antenna||Cable or HD antenna||Cable only||HD antenna only||Dependent on TiVo DVR|
|Voice search enabled||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|4K Ultra High Definition||✓||✓||✓||1080p||✓|
|Recording capacity||Up to 75 HD hours||Up to 150 HD hours||Up to 450 HD hours||Up to 150 HD hours||Dependent on TiVo DVR|
|Simultaneous recordings||4 shows||4 shows||6 shows||4 shows||Dependent on TiVo DVR|
|Multi-room capability with TiVo Mini VOX||Ethernet or built-in MoCA||Ethernet or built-in MoCA||Ethernet or built-in MoCA||Ethernet or MoCA (requires TiVO Bridge sold separately)||N/A|
|Access to streaming apps||Netflix, Amazon Video, Hulu and more||Netflix, Amazon Video, Hulu and more||Netflix, Amazon Video, Hulu and more||Netflix, Amazon Video, Hulu and more||Netflix, Amazon Video, Hulu and more|
|Out-of-home streaming||✓||✓||✓||Not available||N/A|
|TiVo service required||Monthly, annual or all-in service pricing options available||Monthly, annual or all-in service pricing options available||Monthly, annual or all-in service pricing options available||Service included at no additional charge||Service included at no additional charge|
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|Connectivity Technology||No||Built-in Wi-Fi||Ethernet and MoCA||USB||Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi||Dual-band, dual-antenna Wi-Fi (MIMO) for faster streaming and fewer dropped connections than standard Wi-Fi. Supports 802.11a/b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi networks.|
|Item Dimensions||5.70 x 1.10 x 5.50 inches||7.40 x 14.20 x 2.00 inches||6.13 x 6.13 x 1.25 inches||7.00 x 1.40 x 2.10 inches||8.25 x 3.25 x 1.75 inches||4.24 x 1.18 x 0.55 inches|
|Item Weight||0.78 lbs||3.70 lbs||0.78 lbs||—||—||1.92 ounces|
|Supported Internet Services||Netflix, YouTube, Hulu Plus, Vudu||Amazon Instant Video, Netflix, YouTube, Vudu, Pandora||Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu Plus, Pandora, Vudu||TiVo||Amazon Instant Video, Hulu, Netflix||Netflix; Prime Video; Hulu; STARZ; SHOWTIME; HBO; IMDb Freedive; Pluto TV; Browse millions of websites like YouTube, Facebook, and Reddit using Firefox or Silk.|
|Total HDMI Ports||1||1||1||—||—||1|
|Total USB Ports||1||—||1||—||—||—|
Everything you do on the couch can now be taken to the bedroom - expand the 4K Ultra HD TiVo experience you love to any room in the house. With your compatible TiVo DVR and the included TiVo VOX Remote, you can use your voice to control TiVo on any of your additional TVs. Attach the TiVo Mini VOX for a Tru Multi Room™ solution without any added monthly fees – the best bargain in the business.Connection to a compatible BOLT or Roamio Series DVR running the New TiVo Experience required to access voice control features.
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For my cord cutting benefit there is NO monthly service charge for the Roamio - 400$ after taxes and that will be paid for in 3 months of not paying 135$ per month to DirecTV. Then I got Sling TV to cover my AMC and ESPN needs (20$/month) (Need to watch some sports and The Walking Dead). My other solutions to good programing are the following - I watch all of my Lakers Game in a 10 minute recap on YouTube, I watch Game of Thrones on HBO NOW 15$ per month (well worth it) and I have Amazon Prime 99$ per year with all sorts of awesomeness (2 day shipping, music, and lots of PRIME shows to watch all for the low price of 99/year or 8.25/month) - so all told by cutting the cord
DirecTV - $1620/year never ending
TiVo - $400 initial set up
HBO $ 15/month = 180/year
Sling $20/month = 240/year
Amazon $8.25/month = 99/year
1st year = $919
year 2 and beyond = $519/year
5 years of DirecTv = $8,100
5 years of new set up = $2995
Savings of ~ $5,105 - FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS SAVED as long as these prices don't change too much!
Take the plunge - cut the cord and save some $$$$$
OK been 6 months since I cut the cord - best decision EVER! I also found out that I did some bad math above. I split HBO with two friends (5$ each per month). I already had both internet (60/month) and amazon prime (for the free deliveries) so that would have been a wash. so basically I pay 300$/year for Sling/HBO and the TiVo is a one time set up. 5x300 + 400 and antenna 40 = 1940 for 5 years not 3K. So even more savings than thought. - basically I have 6 grand to spend on entertainment of MY choosing or Saving or Vacationing.
A week or so later I noted a "like new" in the Warehouse listing s and ordered yet again with fingers crossed. It arrived two days ago and while the original box was crushed on the corners (why they don't put it inside another box and pad it I don't understand...) the product was indeed "like new" inside.
The setup guide, remote with (2) AA batteries, power cord and TiVo unit were all neatly and securely packaged inside the original box. The TiVo had no scratches, scuffs or rattles, so I figured I was good to go. Everything was there and in its original packaging there was no movement of the Roamio, protecting it from damage.
I immediately noted the TP number on the back of the unit and went to TiVo's website to activate the service.
SERVICE ACTIVATION: B
You can call or go online to activate your TiVo service, but it's going to take some time before you can use your device.
Since I've never been a TiVo user I had to register on the site first, then I was able to activate my Roamio OTA by putting in the serial number. I was told it registered successfully and that it would take up to 24 hours to register. I decided to do other things for a day and come back online to see if registration was complete prior to attempting setup.
It took about 16 hours for TiVo to complete the registration process. I was a bit confused to see 'no subscription' in my TiVo account, however since this unit comes with NO MONTHLY fee (it's all included) there was no need to add a credit card to the account.
EASE OF SETUP: B+
The included Setup Guide can be found online at the TiVo website if your box didn't ship with one inside. I loved the simple directions! Anyone could set this thing up with relative ease.
I was a bit concerned that I would have a struggle using this device going through my Sony AV receiver (with 7 speakers hooked up to it, I use it instead of the TV's sound system....). Thankfully it went off without a hitch and worked fine, but I can't use the TiVo remote function for volume control - I have to use the AV receiver controller.
The toughest part of setup was getting the updates and waiting for the TiVo to accurately nab over air channels and populate the onscreen menu. This process took about 1.5 hours for me to complete with 3 updates of the system finally concluding in showing me an onscreen guide.
When you go through the guided setup you enter your zip code, and based upon that info the Roamio OTA looks for channels. The TiVo found 21 channels in my area (I know I get 14 clearly). After finding all the channels the device locks them into its setup info. Unfortunately that means you'll see even those that have no picture when you go through channels.
To fix that you have to go into Settings - Channels and uncheck the channels you don't want in your Guide. You will also have to go to My Channels and uncheck 'All' - choose movies or similar - and the Guide will eventually condense to show you only the checked channels. I found the 14 I wanted by checking signal strengths (also in Settings) and making sure they were all there.
I hooked up my Mohu Curve 50 TV Antenna, Indoor, Amplified, 50 Mile Range, Modern Design, Tabletop, Paintable, 4K-Ready HDTV, 16 Foot Detachable Cable, Premium Materials for Performance, Includes Stand, MH-110567 to the back of the TiVo without powering it up (it's AC powered) and did a channel scan. It gained all my channels even without a boost! Then I plugged it in and got the same result. The pairing of the two devices was seamless and works very well.
USING THE ROAMIO OTA: A-
On the one hand, my experience of using the Roamio OTA is better than expected I'd forgotten how much I missed having a snappy interface to view TV programming. The Guide moves swiftly and is very intuitive, and OTA channels pop up without a delay when going channel to channel. I love being able to search the Guide and still watch TV in the preview box.
The remote is well laid out and the only thing it's lacking is a backlight for my aging eyes! Even having not used a TiVo remote before, within a couple of hours I was using it with ease - not even having to look down at it to navigate.
Setting up recordings of programs within the guide is easy, but it would be great if there was something in the box that indicated a step-by-step way to do it. I found the TiVo website and YouTube to be helpful, as well as the TiVo forum.
I was able to easily add my Hulu, Netflix and Amazon account information, and all of the services launched with minimal lag time. It's very much like using a Roku or similar device in that way, but you can search for programming via the TiVo guide which is helpful. You do have to be careful if you are an Amazon Prime member to take note of Prime versus regular Amazon Video offerings, as it would be easy to click a paid one.
NOTE: There's also "Movies" which appear to be bundled. FYI... you pay for these. You'd have to purchase with a credit card on your account though, so it should be easy to avoid.
I like that I can add additional storage to the device, however for my purposes I think the generous 1TB drive (recording up to 25 shows before overwriting them) should be enough. 150 hours of saved programming is something I'll never get through anyway.
Speaking of recorded programs, be sure to go into Settings to start your recordings a minute or so early to not get them cut off. (If this is important to you.) The time is set via the internet.
Once you have recordings you can fast forward through them, rewind, skip commercials, or watch them at 30% faster speed. All good things and another great reason for cordcutters to get this device.
When not using the TiVo it automatically goes into Standby mode after 4 hours of non-use. You can change this in Settings to a shorter time if you like, or manually set it into Standby by pushing a button on your remote. It wakes the same way - a button push - very easy. Standby should theoretically extend the life of your TiVo by not having the hard drive spinning all the time.
Heat from the device was minimal, and the remote was responsive even if it wasn't in the direct line of site of the Tivo box. You can easily put it on a shelf or behind the TV and still have it work well.
The main reason I purchased the TiVo Roamio OTA was to have an onscreen Guide for my husband to easily follow (he's not a techie type...) and for me to be able to record OTA shows while still being able to view Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime content. This device does all these things very well and I'm pleased with its performance. I also love that this one comes with NO MONTHLY SUBSCRIPTION FEE! (If it had, I wouldn't own it.) Now I just cross my fingers that this thing has a long life to make up for the relatively high start-up cost.
What I wish was better (and may be with time...) is the limited number of apps available don't include HBO Now or Sling TV. Maybe, just maybe, they'll give them to us for Christmas? I'm forever hopeful. (I can access Showtime via my Hulu app and maybe Amazon is the key for the others eventually. Time will tell.) . For now I've still got my Roku attached to my TV for those things and Crackle which I also enjoy. It means changing a HDMI input on my TV and not having that integrated into the Guide, but at least I still have them as options.
Another thing I wish was better - sometimes live TV video is not synced accurately with the audio. The mouth movement doesn't match what you hear. I'll have to troubleshoot it a bit more as it may be something related to bringing the audio through the AV receiver versus a direct connection.
On the upside, I was able to still get all the same OTA channels I had before (all major networks in HD) without the TiVo in the mix without a loss of signal strength. I didn't gain any channels, but that wasn't expected. I was a little worried that there would be a loss of channels (as some reviewers have experienced), but thankfully that didn't happen.
I've not regretted cutting the cord with cable several years ago, and thought I was doing just fine without this device, but I can see now that this cordcutter's experience just got a bit better thanks to the TiVo Roamio OTA.
I would recommend it to others who are looking for a cable-like experience with the ability to record shows, without the cost of cable TV service or a monthly subscription fee.
10/13/16 - VUDU just started offering FREE movies! You can sign up on the VUDU site for an account and then login to VUDU on the TiVo to access this free content. Over 240 movies in SD and HD - everything from kids movies to scary stuff. Obviously most of it is older, but still some good ones like "Point Break" (the older one), "True Grit" (the newer one) and others.
A nice bit of extra for TiVo Roamio OTA users who don't want to pay for streaming services, but want additional content to supplement their over air programming.
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Also the service is included!!!!!!
TiVo is unlike anything else.
It is the grail of television watching.
Caution though: Once you go TiVo, all other television services will seem flat.
I am sure it works well in the States so do not like to give only one star but as it did not work in Canada I could not say how good a product it is.
Really feel like I made a mistake with the Tablo but if it dies (which I am on my 3rd replacement), I'm getting the Roamio back. I want a quality product next time, like TiVo.