For Plex Pass subscribers, there is a 30% discount on HDHomeRun Connect, Extend, or Prime Digital TV Tuners. Shipping is free in continental US. These are compatible with Plex Live TV announced today. Deal good through July 7.
First, go here:
A coupon code will be generated for you to use at checkout.
Then go here:
At checkout, you can enter your code (code is single-use).
Connect - $69.99 (Reg. $99.99)
Extend - $125.99 (Reg. $179.99)
Prime - $94.49 (Reg. $134.99)
For those unaware of what these are, you connect an antenna and ethernet connection to them which allows you to stream live OTA TV to devices in your house (or possibly remotely) through Plex or native apps.
Compare models here: https://www.silicondust.com/hdhomerun/
From the FAQ section:
What is the difference between the different models?
HDHomeRun PRIME (HDHR3-CC) is designed to receive subscription digital cable from US-based cable providers such as Comcast, TWC, Cox, Charter, Brighthouse, Cablevision, Mediacom, Verizon FiOS, and others. It uses a CableCARD that you rent from the cable provider to get access to all the channels that are part of your cable subscription. It has 3 tuners, allowing you to access 3 channels at once.
HDHomeRun Connect (HDHR4-2US) (HDHR4-2DT) is designed to receive over the air ATSC in the US, Canada, Mexico, the EU, UK, Australasia and other locations that utilize the ATSC broadcast standard. It can also receive clear QAM unencrypted digital cable TV from providers who offer this to their customers. It has 2 tuners, allowing you to access 2 channels at once.
HDHomeRun Extend (HDTC-2US) has the same features as HDHomeRun CONNECT, plus adds the ability to convert the incoming video into H.264 format, making it more suitable for streaming over wireless connections and to portable devices like phones and tablets.
What specifically is the difference between the HDHomeRun CONNECT and the HDHomeRun EXTEND?
Unlike the CONNECT and PRIME which only stream raw mpeg2 HD streams, the EXTEND features a hardware h264 transcoder which can compress video in real-time for lower bandwidth usage.
Note that the h264 transcoder built into the EXTEND results in a larger and more expensive device (which is otherwise equivalent to the CONNECT).
If you are using a wired network or a latest-generation wireless network over a short distance, we recommend the cheaper CONNECT.
If you are using legacy wifi, or have multiple televisions spread out over a large house, we recommend the EXTEND to reduce the bandwidth required between your media devices eg. Nvidia Shield, iOS/tvOS and your HDHomeRun.