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post #931 of 4820
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Originally Posted by oscardeuce View Post

Has anyone come up with the remote code to go directly to the Now Playing list? I've found some posts that say Logitech had it up for the Harmony remotes at one time, but I've got an 880 and can't seem to find it. I understand the DirecTivo had a button for it on the remote, and I'd buy one of their remotes just for the code, as long as it's the right one. Thanks for any help

All TiVos use the same IR codes, although the non-HD units label the aspect button (to stretch, zoom, panel, etc) 4:3 programming as "window."

Harmony has the LIST function in some TiVo device profiles in not others. For example, you might find it using a device profile for the Series3, but not TivoHD. Or if you still can't find it, you can always use a code for the Series2. Many Series2 units had the LIST button directly on their stock TiVo remote.

Since you need to switch your Harmony device profile anyway, to get the LIST button on your remote...please post the one you used.
post #932 of 4820
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Originally Posted by oscardeuce View Post

Has anyone come up with the remote code to go directly to the Now Playing list? I've found some posts that say Logitech had it up for the Harmony remotes at one time, but I've got an 880 and can't seem to find it. I understand the DirecTivo had a button for it on the remote, and I'd buy one of their remotes just for the code, as long as it's the right one. Thanks for any help

I have the Harmony 880 and use the code "List" that goes directly to my "Now Playing" list. It's been so long ago that I programmed it I can't remember if I had to use my original TiVo remote or not to get it entered. I 'think' it was already there..
post #933 of 4820
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Originally Posted by oscardeuce View Post

Has anyone come up with the remote code to go directly to the Now Playing list? I've found some posts that say Logitech had it up for the Harmony remotes at one time, but I've got an 880 and can't seem to find it. I understand the DirecTivo had a button for it on the remote, and I'd buy one of their remotes just for the code, as long as it's the right one. Thanks for any help

If you hit the Tivo button twice it will take you to the now playing list. The Harmony should allow you to macro a double button press to any of the unused buttons you'd like.
post #934 of 4820
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Originally Posted by Rick313 View Post

I've been using a Philips DVD recorder for the past several months and am considering upgrading to the Tivo HD. The Philips provides a feature called Rapid Playback that allows you to play back a recording (including audio) about 30% faster than normal. I love this feature and use it liberally. It's a great timesaver when watching a slow movie, talk show, etc.

Does Tivo offer a similar feature? It's definitely not a deal breaker if it doesn't, but it would be fantastic if it does.

You may try enabling Closed Captioning and view the program at the first level of FF. It will still display the CC data at the bottom of the screen and if the itis not too dialog heavy I've been able to follow along.
post #935 of 4820
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Originally Posted by lokisince89 View Post

If you hit the Tivo button twice it will take you to the now playing list. The Harmony should allow you to macro a double button press to any of the unused buttons you'd like.

That would work, but there's really no need to do that when the LIST function is still available with many of Harmony's device profiles for the TiVo. For whatever reason, the LIST function was removed from Harmony's default profile for the "TivoHD." But it still exists in many (most?) of the others.

When I installed a recent update to the Harmony software, I got a message on the screen that said something like, "An updated profile for your TiVo device is available. Would you like to use this profile?" That new profile didn't include the LIST function, whereas the old one did. So I found a different device profile in the Harmony software by searching on TiVo Series3, Series3, TCD652160, TCD648250, or something similar.

It would help others if we knew exactly what device name to search on in the Harmony software...to get a profile with that function.
post #936 of 4820
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Originally Posted by lokisince89 View Post

If you hit the Tivo button twice it will take you to the now playing list. The Harmony should allow you to macro a double button press to any of the unused buttons you'd like.

I tried that, but if I do the button press fast enough to get it as one command, it's too fast for the Tivo.

I've tried several different sets of Tivo codes from Harmony, and haven't found one yet with the List command in it. There were a couple mentioned earlier in the thread, and none of them have it anymore.
post #937 of 4820
forgive me if this has been answered already, but is there a direct toggle code for switching the TivoHD's resolutions (480i/p/720p/1080i/Hybrid)? thank you.
post #938 of 4820
why would you want to? there are like 10 options, one has to fit your needs......?
post #939 of 4820
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Originally Posted by oscardeuce View Post

I've tried several different sets of Tivo codes from Harmony, and haven't found one yet with the List command in it. There were a couple mentioned earlier in the thread, and none of them have it anymore.

Ok, I found it for you.

If you have a Harmony remote, select TiVo as the manufacturer and enter "TCD-648-250" or "TCD648250" (without quotes) as the model. That will give you the list code to take your directly to the Now Playing list.
post #940 of 4820
Ok, I'll admit up front I'm not a savvy or long time TiVo user. Maybe I just don't get it. I have 3, what I think, are relatively basic questions in need of an answer.

I haven't done much scheduled recording yet with my TiVo. Seems TiVo itself is content to record programs on it's own, and I have no idea what possessed it to make recordings on its own. Add to that the difficulty of trying to stop a current recording that again I didn't start nor schedule. Three questions:

1) How do you stop a current recording and furthermore how do 'discover' what channel is being recorded? I have pressed the 'record' button, but that doesn't always yield the current recording. And why, oh why, would you ever press the record button to STOP a recording? Maybe TiVo could add a 'What's being recorded now' menu option that would take you right to the current channel being recorded. Then you could decide whether or not to kill the recoring.

2) After much time of seeing the little red record light glowing on my TiVo I learned that it magically records thing it thinks I'll like. Just because I visit a channel once deems it something TiVo suggests I'll like? How in the world do you DISABLE this function or at least toggle it on and off. I came back to my apt from Christmas break only to find my wonderful TiVo had recorded 38 programs and none of them did I ever schedule or even want recorded. This is just to creepy. Which leads to my 3rd question.

3) How can I delete all these 'suggested' TiVo recordings at once. A global delete? Please someone tell me.

4) One last question. How do I tell TiVo not to make any more suggested or automatic recordings. Period - that I don't schedule or use a Season Pass for?

Thank you.

redjr....
post #941 of 4820
1a: Go to the Now Playing list, scroll down to Tivo Suggestions, and follow the red dot. Stop capability will be in there.

1b: Pressing the Live TV button repeatedly will toggle between the two tuners. Press the Info button to see if it's recording that one (red dot in upper right corner). I don't know if it indicates that way for suggestions or just for actual intended recordings.

2: tivo central --> messages and settings --> settings --> recording --> tivo suggestions --> turn off tivo suggestions. http://www.google.com/search?q=TiVo+disable+suggestions

3: Dunno.

4: Same as #2? Take a deep breath

TiVo will record suggestions (based on your past recordings and thumbs up/down indications) until the hard drive is full. You'll find that as you accumulate more recordings, you'll have less suggestions because it has less space to fill.

I also find it a little creepy, but after a few weeks it learned what I like (not much, mostly PBS) and now the suggestions are actually interesting to me, and one time it found a show (at 3am) that I desperately wanted and now have a Season Pass for.

It sounds like you're a control freak like me. In this case, perhaps it would be best for you to just put black tape over the red LEDs on the front of the box
post #942 of 4820
Thx Chris. One thing I do like to control is my equipment. When it does things I can't undo, then the technology is not serving me, but enslaving me! TiVo was praised for years before I bought one thinking it was easy to operate and intuitive. It's intuitive alright. I primarily got it for the HD recording since my Comcast DVR never did work right.

As far as 'suggested' recordings... since when does the AI inside the box determine that since just because I like MSNBC, I will like Fox News? That's pretty presumptuous and simply WRONG. So the TiVo decides to add more wear and tear to my hard drive - without even asking me if I would like it recorded!

Global delete is simply a function that needs to be added if it's not buried somewhere in the menu structure that I haven't discovered yet. Anything HD based must have a global delete function. 2 button presses for 38 programs was too muich to bear.

I'm sure I'll figure this thing out in time...

redjr...
post #943 of 4820
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Originally Posted by redjr View Post

2) After much time of seeing the little red record light glowing on my TiVo I learned that it magically records thing it thinks I'll like. Just because I visit a channel once deems it something TiVo suggests I'll like? How in the world do you DISABLE this function or at least toggle it on and off. I came back to my apt from Christmas break only to find my wonderful TiVo had recorded 38 programs and none of them did I ever schedule or even want recorded. This is just to creepy. Which leads to my 3rd question.

You can disable "suggestions" under Settings -> Recording -> TiVo Suggestions.

Personally, I disable suggestions because I don't like the TiVo changing the channel on the background tuner. The TiVo isn't supposed to use the background tuner to record suggestions if I thinks you are swapping between two different live TV channels, but it doesn't always get this right, especially if you haven't used a trickplay function like pause, replay, or 30s skip on the other channel in the last 15-30 minutes.

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Originally Posted by redjr View Post

3) How can I delete all these 'suggested' TiVo recordings at once. A global delete? Please someone tell me.

Be aware that "suggestions" do not take away space from any of your recordings. No recording that you made will ever be deleted to make room for a suggestion. Furthermore, no recording that you made will ever be deleted to make room for a new recording while suggestions still exist on your DVR; in otherwords, suggestions are always deleted first to make room for your recordings.

In that respect, suggestions give you an idea how much free space you have left on your TiVo. As long as you have suggestions on your DVR, you know you still have free space for new recordings. When virtually all your suggestions are gone, you know you are running out of space. Once your "Suggestions" and "Recently Deleted" folders are empty, you know that your oldest recording (not flagged as keep until I delete) will be the deleted to make room for the next new season pass recording.

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Originally Posted by redjr View Post

4) One last question. How do I tell TiVo not to make any more suggested or automatic recordings. Period - that I don't schedule or use a Season Pass for?

As per above, you can disable suggestions under Settings -> Recording -> TiVo Suggestions.

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Originally Posted by redjr View Post

As far as 'suggested' recordings... since when does the AI inside the box determine that since just because I like MSNBC, I will like Fox News? That's pretty presumptuous and simply WRONG.

Some people like to record different news shows for perspective. I recorded from both CNN and FOXNews during the election cycle.

Whenever you create a season pass for a program, you are giving a "thumbs up" to that program. When you give a "thumbs up" to a program like 24 on FOX, and Suggestions are enabled, the TiVo records other programs that were given a "thumbs up" by other users who also voted "thumbs up" on 24. These programs are placed in the "Suggestions" folder at the bottom of the Now Playing list.

Now, for Suggestions to work with any real effectiveness, you need to vote "thumbs down" on programs you don't like. For example, had you clicked the "thumbs down" button on that FOX program, the TiVo would have known not to record such shows again. A list of all upcoming suggestions that meet your perceived viewing preferences can be found under Find Programs -> TiVo Suggestions. If you went down that list of programs, clicking thumbs up or thumbs down, that would refine your viewing preferences, and therefore refine what Suggestions would and would not record.

There are a lot of rather hysterical discussion threads with subjects like, "TiVo thinks I am gay," "TiVo thinks I am a liberal," or "TiVo thinks I am a conservative." These threads refer to the suggestions their TiVo is recording. Much of the time, these perceptions simply reflect the fact that you've got multiple people in your household with different preferences. For example, if your wife or daughter likes to record romantic comedies....your TiVo will think that you like that sort of thing, and record more of them as suggestions.

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Originally Posted by redjr View Post

Global delete is simply a function that needs to be added if it's not buried somewhere in the menu structure that I haven't discovered yet. Anything HD based must have a global delete function. 2 button presses for 38 programs was too muich to bear.

TiVo has had one-button delete for about two years now -- it's the CLEAR button. You can select any recording and click CLEAR. You can also select any folder (except perhaps the Suggestions folder?) and click CLEAR.

If you accidentally delete a recording you want to keep, simply go to the "Recently Deleted" folder and restore it. All recordings that you manually delete are temporarily stored in the "Recently Deleted" folder until they are overwritten by new recordings.
post #944 of 4820
Well, bfdtv, I can see you like the way the Tivo interface works, and that's you're right Myself, I think it's awful...

Leaving suggestions ON so that I can tell how much SPACE there is left is warped! So I have to keep checking in suggestions to tell this? Why, when you select what's playing (which ought to be called RECORDINGS), isn't there an item at the top that says: hard drive 20% free, or whatever? A LOT simpler and easier to figure out. Oh, but that won't work, because when you select the not called-recordings list, it doesn't go to the TOP of the list, so you wouldn't see that...another feature that makes for a lot of trouble.

MY recorders (as opposed to the one at my father's) show many more titles (PLUS addditional) info on the recordings screen than the Tivo and are a heckuva lot omre functional...and there's a dedicated button (called "recordings") to get to the list...duh

But I wish I knew about the clear button...when I go to my father's place (which is where the TivoHD I bought for him is) in a few months, I'll have to look for that...when I disabled the suggestions, it took me about what - it seems it took me about 5 actions for each item x 30 items = 150 actions to get rid of the junk...you're telling me that could have been reduced to 2 actions? select the suggestions folder and click? Guess I missed that possibility when I scanned the user manual..

I still can't get over keeping the hard drive full and then having to count what's left that I don't want in order to know how much space there is left...real functional...
post #945 of 4820
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Originally Posted by avnstf View Post

Leaving suggestions ON so that I can tell how much SPACE there is left is warped! So I have to keep checking in suggestions to tell this? Why, when you select what's playing (which ought to be called RECORDINGS), isn't there an item at the top that says: hard drive 20% free, or whatever?

TiVo has this "set it and forget it" mentality when it comes to their DVRs. They want the user to create their series recordings once and never have to worry about scheduling, disk space, conflicts, or anything else except watching their favorite programs. When you display a disk space meter, you get the user thinking about space, deleting things, etc rather than letting the DVR handle it.

Rightly or wrongly, that's the approach they take. I don't have a problem with it, although I do think they should add a disk space meter somewhere just to silence those who obsess over it.

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Originally Posted by avnstf View Post

A LOT simpler and easier to figure out. Oh, but that won't work, because when you select the not called-recordings list, it doesn't go to the TOP of the list, so you wouldn't see that...another feature that makes for a lot of trouble.

On some DVRs, you are sent to the very top of the recorded list every time you hit the list button. I can't stand that. I want the DVR to return me to exactly where I was before in the recorded list, which is exactly what the TiVo does.

When I'm done watching an episode of Dexter, Damages, or Mad Men on Sunday, I want to be returned directly to the folders for those series so I can select the next episode.

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Originally Posted by avnstf View Post

MY recorders (as opposed to the one at my father's) show many more titles (PLUS addditional) info on the recordings screen than the Tivo and are a heckuva lot omre functional

Ehh?

My TivoHD has 200+ HD recordings and it just takes four page ups or page downs to see them all. That's the benefit of having everything (series and movies) organized into folders, eight per page. And a click of the -|> skip button takes you directly to the very bottom or the very top of the list.

The program name, episode name, recorded date, and network logo are good enough for me. I don't need any more information than that on the recorded list. Although, if I could change one thing, I would probably replace the channel logo with the season and episode number. I personally see no value in channel logos, especially when the same logos are used for SD and HD versions of channels; logos could be used to differentiate SD and HD channels, but they aren't except in a few cases.

As far as actual program information, I'm not aware of any DVR that has more than the TiVo. Dish Network DVRs don't, DirecTV DVRs don't, Moxi doesn't, and Windows Media Center doesn't. TiVo has the executive producers, producers, writers, and lists as many as 20 actors for many movies. (Example: Page 1/2, Page 2/2).

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Originally Posted by avnstf View Post

...and there's a dedicated button (called "recordings") to get to the list...duh

Won't find any argument from me there. Two clicks of the TiVo button takes you to the recorded list, but that is one too many.

Older TiVo remotes had a list button. Nobody seems to know why TiVo removed it. The IR code for the recorded list is still there, but you've got to buy an old TiVo remote or use a universal remote to take advantage of it. I have that function programmed on my Harmony's menu button.

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Originally Posted by avnstf View Post

But I wish I knew about the clear button...when I go to my father's place (which is where the TivoHD I bought for him is) in a few months, I'll have to look for that...when I disabled the suggestions, it took me about what - it seems it took me about 5 actions for each item x 30 items = 150 actions to get rid of the junk

I don't think one click of the CLEAR button will delete the contents of the TiVo Suggestions folder. That's a "special" folder so you can't delete it without turning off Suggestions first. That said, I'm not sure why you felt the need to delete the suggestions. They don't take space away from other recordings. They are deleted automatically when space is needed for new recordings.
post #946 of 4820
Since TiVo allows you to choose whether Suggestions are on or off, any problem with how Suggestions affect the user experience can be credited to user error, for not reading the fmanual before operating the device, or leaving Suggestions on when you really wanted to turn them off.
post #947 of 4820
This code should work for the TiVo Now Playing List.

0000 006E 0022 0002 0155 00AA 0016 003E 0016 0015 0016 003E 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 003E 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 003E 0016 003E 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 003E 0016 003E 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 003E 0016 0015 0016 003E 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 003E 0016 003E 0016 0015 0016 003E 0016 06E0 0155 0055 0016 0E80
post #948 of 4820
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Originally Posted by bfdtv View Post

Older TiVo remotes had a list button. Nobody seems to know why TiVo removed it. The IR code for the recorded list is still there, but you've got to buy an old TiVo remote or use a universal remote to take advantage of it. I have that function programmed on my Harmony's menu button.

I had no idea that this existed - I'm gonna go hunting for it on my One tonight. Thanks!

As for avnstf's and redjr's complaints... the TiVo HD was my first "real" DVR, and I found it extremely intuitive to work with after playing with it for an hour. The trick, as I think you mentioned, is to simply trust the box to record what you tell it to, and make intelligent decisions about what to discard. By and large, it does so, in my experience - my wife finds films she likes in suggestions on a regular basis, and I've never seen it miss a show that I actually told it to record (or discard it prematurely). I guess that maybe crummy cable company DVRs might not be as smart, and maybe that's why he seems to want to be so hands-on with the TiVo? *shrugs*

I do think the GUI is in need of serious updating for the HD era, but the new search stuff is a tremendous step in the right direction. Maybe we'll see more from a hypothetical Series 4.
post #949 of 4820
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Originally Posted by Dawn Gordon View Post

This code should work for the TiVo Now Playing List.

0000 006E 0022 0002 0155 00AA 0016 003E 0016 0015 0016 003E 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 003E 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 003E 0016 003E 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 003E 0016 003E 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 003E 0016 0015 0016 003E 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 003E 0016 003E 0016 0015 0016 003E 0016 06E0 0155 0055 0016 0E80

THANKS Dawn

I'll program that into my Crestron System right now and give it a try tonight.
post #950 of 4820
The abysmal ignorance of the average TV viewer should not surprise anyone who has been paying attention. Even among those who buy expensive flat panel HD displays, many don't really know what HD is. For some examples of what I am talking about, see the thread in the HD Programming Forum asking whether the average person knows or wants to know whether he is receiving HD programming:

http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showt...4#post15557694

If the level of ignorance is so high among HDTV buyers, imagine what it must be among those getting into the HD DVR market. For reasons I will explain, I suspect that a dishearteningly high percentage of DVR users neither know nor care what a well designed DVR is capable of doing. What follows is an example of that distressing ignorance.

Over the years I have exchanged periodic emails with a sportswriter for the local paper, who has always struck me as a pretty sharp guy. Not long ago he wrote a piece about the advantages of recording games on a DVR in order to watch some or all of it later, or back up to see a given play again. The piece included a graphic of a TiVo DVR, which made me suspect that the writer might have a TiVo, so I sent an email explaining the reason for my interest and asking him if he did, indeed, have a TiVo. In response, he confessed that he didn't even know what kind of DVR he was using and that the graphic, which he didn't know was a TiVo until I told him, had been selected by his editor. This led me to suspect that he is using one of Cox OKC's horrible rental boxes, the SA 8300HD and its primitive SARA software and has no idea what else is out there. Nevertheless, I decided to let it go at that point because it was clear that the guy neither knew nor cared about such stuff, despite his published piece, which had misled me into thinking that he did.

As disheartening as this is to me, I suggest that it must be even more so to TiVo.
post #951 of 4820
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Originally Posted by gwsat View Post


In response, he confessed that he didn't even know what kind of DVR he was using and that the graphic, which he didn't know was a TiVo until I told him, had been selected by his editor.
As disheartening as this is to me, I suggest that it must be even more so to TiVo.

The positive news from that is that TIVO got the pic in the article and not the Cox-box so free advertising to 'help' Tivo!
post #952 of 4820
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Originally Posted by gwsat View Post

If the level of ignorance is so high among HDTV buyers, imagine what it must be among those getting into the HD DVR market.

To be clear though, ignorance, in many cases, is not the issue. Rather, it is a matter of values. There is a remarkably high level of indifference with regard to what HD "really" is. This isn't a matter of not knowing, or not considering, but to a great extent, actively not caring. I'm sure that that fosters some of what you've termed as ignorance, but I think it goes far beyond that, i.e., that many people aren't ignorant but still don't care (enough to have it matter). I have had people visit my home -- people who currently use older CRT televisions at their home -- who watched 1080i programming off CBS (the best source in my local area) on my HDTV, and were mildly impressed, of course, but consciously aren't impressed enough to have HD qualify as even mildly important to them. Just imagine how little they care about compressed HD vs. uncompressed HD or other subtleties.

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Originally Posted by gwsat View Post

For reasons I will explain, I suspect that a dishearteningly high percentage of DVR users neither know nor care what a well designed DVR is capable of doing.

I'm sure the same level of lack of importance applies to DVRs as applies to HD.
post #953 of 4820
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Originally Posted by Wryker View Post

The positive news from that is that TIVO got the pic in the article and not the Cox-box so free advertising to 'help' Tivo!

I hadn't thought of that. High marks to the editor for his creative product placement. Its a shame I don't have his name and email address so that we could discuss DVRs.
post #954 of 4820
Just got my TiVo HD and Fios installers are on their way to my apartment.

Curious whether anyone is using URC's WR7 remote with their TiVo. The peanut does not have a device code for my amplifier (Arcam). I was already unsure whether I'd use the peanut because even with a device code for the amp I was still going to need a second remote for certain features and other devices. But without the Arcam code the peanut is no option at all, which is too bad because the ergonomics are great.

Anyway, I've always liked URC products. They have good ergonomics, nice button layouts, and all hard button options. On the Tivo community forum there a a few brief mentions of the WR7 as an option for use with Tivo. I've got mine ready to go and it seems like it's going to be a good solution. Anyone else using it or one of the similar URC products?

---

On a related note, I sure would like to dedicate a button to go directly to the now playing list. Is there a way for me to do this on the WR7, which is not programmable on a computer? Would I have to acquire an old TiVo remote for learning purposes?
post #955 of 4820
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Originally Posted by zEli173 View Post

Just got my TiVo HD and Fios installers are on their way to my apartment.

One tip for your TivoHD installation (I have two of them): ask the installer to attenuate the signal to -4 to -6dB (as reported by their signal meter) for the TiVo. The TiVo is more sensitive than the Verizon STB/DVR, and if the signal is too strong, you will see pixelization. In addition, ask them for a spare -6dB attenuator, just in case you need it later.

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Originally Posted by zEli173 View Post

Curious whether anyone is using URC's WR7 remote with their TiVo. The peanut does not have a device code for my amplifier (Arcam). I was already unsure whether I'd use the peanut because even with a device code for the amp I was still going to need a second remote for certain features and other devices. But without the Arcam code the peanut is no option at all, which is too bad because the ergonomics are great.

The WR7 does look like a nice budget remote. How is the "feel" on its buttons? How much pressure does it take to push them?

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Originally Posted by zEli173 View Post

n a related note, I sure would like to dedicate a button to go directly to the now playing list. Is there a way for me to do this on the WR7, which is not programmable on a computer? Would I have to acquire an old TiVo remote for learning purposes?

If you don't have another remote that is programmable with a computer, you may need to buy an old TiVo remote. The DirecTiVo remotes use the same IR codes. Make sure you get one with a list button.

If you are new to TiVo, I rewrote the tips section in the first post.
post #956 of 4820
To follow-up, here's an example of an older TiVo remote with a list button. You can also search ebay on HR10-250 R10 remote.
post #957 of 4820
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Originally Posted by bfdtv View Post

Ok, I found it for you.

If you have a Harmony remote, select TiVo as the manufacturer and enter "TCD-648-250" or "TCD648250" (without quotes) as the model. That will give you the list code to take your directly to the Now Playing list.

Thanks! That's a big help. Switching directly one of those little things that just should have been there to begin with (and obviously was originally). Now if we could just get commercial skip back.
post #958 of 4820
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Originally Posted by Dawn Gordon View Post

This code should work for the TiVo Now Playing List.

0000 006E 0022 0002 0155 00AA 0016 003E 0016 0015 0016 003E 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 003E 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 003E 0016 003E 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 003E 0016 003E 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 003E 0016 0015 0016 003E 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 003E 0016 003E 0016 0015 0016 003E 0016 06E0 0155 0055 0016 0E80

Thanks! If bfdtv's listing doesn't work for me, I'll set up with this code. It's nice having so many helpful people on the forum.
post #959 of 4820
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Originally Posted by Dawn Gordon View Post

This code should work for the TiVo Now Playing List.

0000 006E 0022 0002 0155 00AA 0016 003E 0016 0015 0016 003E 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 003E 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 003E 0016 003E 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 003E 0016 003E 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 003E 0016 0015 0016 003E 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 003E 0016 003E 0016 0015 0016 003E 0016 06E0 0155 0055 0016 0E80

I DID NOT get a chance last night to program and test this code.

It is PROGRAMMED today.

When I turn on the Theater tonight - I will test and report back.
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Originally Posted by Dawn Gordon View Post

This code should work for the TiVo Now Playing List.

0000 006E 0022 0002 0155 00AA 0016 003E 0016 0015 0016 003E 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 003E 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 003E 0016 003E 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 003E 0016 003E 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 003E 0016 0015 0016 003E 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 0015 0016 003E 0016 003E 0016 0015 0016 003E 0016 06E0 0155 0055 0016 0E80

I TESTED it - It Works Great

Thanks Again
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