Whether you cut the cord recently or you ditched your pay TV subscription years ago, there are undoubtedly still some things you miss. Using an OTA TV Antenna like this one takes care of the live TV from network stations like ABC, NBC, and Fox, but there’s another element of the pay TV experience that many cord cutters miss. That’s right, we’re talking about the DVR. There are a bunch of different products that offer DVR features for OTA television, but our favorite is the Tablo Digital Video Recorder for Over-The-Air [OTA] HDTV. It’s easy to use, it comes with either two tuners or four tuners so you can record multiple programs at once, and the 4-tuner version is actually on sale for less than the dual-tuner model today! Both versions stream to any mobile device or TV with a Roku, Fire TV, Chromecast, Xbox, and more, definitely check them out.


Here are some key details from the product page:

  • Watch, Record, Pause, and Stream Free Broadcast HDTV Channels: CBS, ABC, NBC, and many more, 100 Mbps Ethernet 802.11n dual band WiFi with MIMO
  • Four Tuners allow you to record and watch four different programs on up to (6) devices in your home, H.264 (HLS: HTTP Live Streaming)
  • Discover new shows, schedule and manage recordings and skip commercials using the content-rich interface of the Tablo Apps for iPad, Android & Kindle Tablets, Smartphones, Chrome, Roku, Android TV and Amazon Fire TV
  • With TabloConnect Subscription you can stream your hometown news and sports when traveling. A network-connected DVR, Tablo is a whole-home-DVR and placeshifter combined that uses WiFi or Ethernet to stream live and recorded HDTV content to Tablo apps on all the connected devices inside your home or anywhere you have high-speed internet
  • NO HDMI with Tablo’s Wi-Fi wireless broadcast of content to Tablets, Laptops, FireTV, AppleTV, Roku, Android TV, Chromecast, iPhones, Galaxy Smartphones, NVIDIA Shield, and more

 

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