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Wed, 09 Jan 2019 02:17:20 +0000
SiliconDust simplifies DVR service with two new HDHomeRun devices that store and serve recordings
SiliconDust, makers of the HDHomeRun line of network tuners, have announced a pair of new DVR devices at CES 2019 that give the Amazon Fire TV Recast and Tablo DVRs a serious run for their money. The all-new HDHomeRun SCRIBE DUO is an all-in-one solution that combines a pair of over-the-air tuners with a 1 TB DVR hard drive for recordings. It merges all of SiliconDust’s existing OTA services and features into a single sleek device that will surely become the best first device to buy for anyone entering the HDHomeRun ecosystem of cord-cutting solutions, all while maintaining the flexibility that differentiates HDHomeRun from competing DVRs. For new or existing HDHomeRun users, SiliconDust has also announced the HDHomeRun SERVIO, which adds 2 TBs of DVR storage to any HDHomeRun setup, while simultaneously eliminating the need to have a PC or NAS as your DVR server.
SiliconDust has long sold both over-the-air and cable card network tuner boxes, under the HDHomeRun brand, which allow customers to stream channels from an HD antenna or cable subscription to all of their media players, Like Fire TVs, and connected devices, like smartphones. More recently, they added a DVR solution to the mix by providing software that could be installed on a PC or network attached storage (NAS) device, which served as the storage location for recordings. While the setup worked fine, it could be cumbersome to configure and required always keeping your PC on or investing in complicated NAS devices.
HDHomeRun CONNECT DUO (top) & HDHomeRun SCRIBE DUO (bottom)
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