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Best Buy.com has HDHomeRun Connect Quatro Tuner (HDHR5-4US) on sale for $99.99. Shipping is free. Thanks srla

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  • HDHomeRun Connect Quatro Tuner
  • Cat 5e Cable
  • Power Adapter
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Stream and record free HDTV using the HDHomeRun app, which works on Win 10, Android, Apple, NAS Storage devices. Digital HD antenna required - Discombobulated

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HDHomeRun - Connect Quatro Tuner is available for $99.99

This is the cheapest price i have seen for Quatro

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https://www.bestbuy.com/site/hdho...Id=6079602

Includes
Cat 5e cable
HDHomeRun Connect Duo Tuner
Power adapter
Quick start guide

Product Features
  • Stream and record free HDTV on the largest number of smart media devices
  • Using HDHomeRun app, which works with Windows 10, Android, Apple and NAS storage devices.
  • Use your existing home router
  • To create your multi-room solution simply plug your device into your home router to stream live and recorded HD content to devices around your home. You can even pause on one device and resume on another.
  • Get more entertainment with dual OTA tuners
  • Browse, record and stream up to two live or multiple recorded HDTV shows simultaneously on multiple devices. Add a second HDHomeRun device to increase your number of available tuners.
  • Supports Closed Captioning and SAP
  • Video description (Secondary Audio Program) and Closed Captioning can be turned on or off via the on-screen interface.
  • Digital HD antenna required
  • Designed for users who watch TV with an HD antenna instead of subscribing to cable. HD antenna sold separately.
  • DVR capability
  • The HDHomeRun DVR service, $35 a year subscription allows you to watch live, schedule and record HDTV on your terms. It's a full multi user, multi room, multi device solution.
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HDHomeRun - Connect Duo Tuner is available for $69.99 [bestbuy.com]
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I should clarify that I have a household of 4...The ability to even watch more than 2 live shows at once would be a plus.
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Meh, for the price difference I guess you might as well. But realistically how many OTA shows do you need to record at the same time? How many channels does your antenna even receive? Only use I can even think of is maybe college football, though YMMV. I don't watch many broadcast TV shows, maybe there is some time slot where ABC, CBS, FOX, and NBC are all airing awesome shows.

Edit: Didn't think about families, it could be useful there where everyone might have different interests. For $30 I guess it could be worth it. But again, how often are there 3-4 network shows on at the same time?
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thanks. I hope this is not a crappy model compared to the duo. 150 to 100 in less than two months
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Neat, got this one when it was $125. Maybe they'll let me return/rebuy it since it's within the holiday return policy. Or just rebuy and return with the old receipt.
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thanks. I hope this is not a crappy model compared to the duo. 150 to 100 in less than two months
It's the same as duo except with 2 extra tuners.

I was interested in these because they used to be able to be viewable from 2016/2017 Samsung Smart TVs without any app needed...just shows up as a source. But apparently, that got nixed earlier this year.
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It's the same as duo except with 2 extra tuners.

I was interested in these because they used to be able to be viewable from 2016/2017 Samsung Smart TVs without any app needed...just shows up as a source. But apparently, that got nixed earlier this year.
I have the connect duo before i think this resolves some minor reception issue but that is a sample size of 1
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Just bought the duo earlier today to use with Plex (hosted on HTPC). Is this the exact same thing with two extra tuners? Wondering if I should buy this and return the duo for the ability to record/watch more channels at once...
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Just bought the duo earlier today to use with Plex (hosted on HTPC). Is this the exact same thing with two extra tuners? Wondering if I should buy this and return the duo for the ability to record/watch more channels at once...
Yes and yes! I have a 2 tuner tablo and I realized early on 2 tuners aren't enough.
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Yes and yes! I have a 2 tuner tablo and I realized early on 2 tuners aren't enough.
Thanks! Repped. Canceled the duo and ordered this one.
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Thanks! Repped. Canceled the duo and ordered this one.
Meh, for the price difference I guess you might as well. But realistically how many OTA shows do you need to record at the same time? How many channels does your antenna even receive? Only use I can even think of is maybe college football, though YMMV. I don't watch many broadcast TV shows, maybe there is some time slot where ABC, CBS, FOX, and NBC are all airing awesome shows.

Edit: Didn't think about families, it could be useful there where everyone might have different interests. For $30 I guess it could be worth it. But again, how often are there 3-4 network shows on at the same time?
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Meh, for the price difference I guess you might as well. But realistically how many OTA shows do you need to record at the same time? How many channels does your antenna even receive? Only use I can even think of is maybe college football, though YMMV. I don't watch many broadcast TV shows, maybe there is some time slot where ABC, CBS, FOX, and NBC are all airing awesome shows.
I should clarify that I have a household of 4...The ability to even watch more than 2 live shows at once would be a plus.
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I should clarify that I have a household of 4...The ability to even watch more than 2 live shows at once would be a plus.
Yeah, I edited my post right before you posted, because I hadn't thought of that at first. On the internet, my first thought is everyone is basically a clone of me, sometimes forget that different situations exist. That is definitely a good reason, it just seems 4 tuners would be a much more useful feature if this could receive cable channels as well.
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Meh, for the price difference I guess you might as well. But realistically how many OTA shows do you need to record at the same time? How many channels does your antenna even receive? Only use I can even think of is maybe college football, though YMMV. I don't watch many broadcast TV shows, maybe there is some time slot where ABC, CBS, FOX, and NBC are all airing awesome shows.

Edit: Didn't think about families, it could be useful there where everyone might have different interests. For $30 I guess it could be worth it. But again, how often are there 3-4 network shows on at the same time?
From experience two isn't enough
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