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Silicondust HDHomeRun CONNECT (Free Shipping and No Tax for most states) $69.99

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Watch 'Free-to-air' live TV across your home network

Forget about cable TV. Cut the cord and make 'HDHomeRun Connect' your multi-room, multi-device, multi-user TV experience. Your devices can then receive Free broadcast TV channels via an antenna allowing you to send glorious HD 1080i definition content to anywhere in your home via Wi-Fi on an 802.11ac router or a wired connection. No more expensive subscriptions or cable boxes.

Live TV can be viewed with their own HDHomeRun View app (which is supported on Windows, Mac, Linux, PC or Android devices such as phones, tablets, Amazon branded media devices and Android TV) or it can be viewed on any client device that supports their Kodi/ XBMC Add-On. Additionally you can record, pause, rewind and schedule favorite shows using popular compatible DVR software like Windows Media Center, Elgato EyeTV and Myth TV.

• Smart TVs
• Desktop computers
• Laptops
• Tablets
• Smartphones
• Amazon branded media devices
• Games consoles
• Blue-ray players
• DLNA compatible devices

Compatibility
View live TV across multiple platforms and operating systems including Android, Mac, Windows and Linux and now also through their Kodi add-on.

Ease of set-up
Plug in your antenna, router and power, download and install the view app or other compatible software and start watching.

Expandability
One device provides three tuners but simply add more HDHomeRun Connect devices to your router to expand the number of channels you can watch or record at the same time.

Cost cutting
Cut the cable and cut your costs. No more expensive subscriptions or cable boxes.

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I want to have access to cowboys football games which are shown on local channels. Can I use this in Dallas and use it to view the live games over internet from other cities?
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What is the difference between this version SDHDHR42 and the latest version (Connect DUO).
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This and Plex or Kodi?
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What is the difference between this version SDHDHR42 and the latest version (Connect DUO).
The newest version has a different tuner that's supposed to be more sensitive to weak signals. I tried the newest version and reception was weaker than my Samsung TV's tuner.

Somewhere in the SiliconDust user forums an employee goes over the differences in more detail.
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I want to have access to cowboys football games which are shown on local channels. Can I use this in Dallas and use it to view the live games over internet from other cities?
Any Cowboys' games that are broadcast over local (over the air) stations like CBS, FOX or NBC in Dallas, then yes, you can use the tuners in this device (when hooked to an antenna) to watch the games on any device connected to your router (either by WiFi or ethernet cable). You do not even have to have a functioning internet connection though you do need a functioning local network in your home.

However, this device won't do anything for watching Cowboys games that are not broadcast in the Dallas area. To watch those games you will need to use one of the numerous internet streaming options.
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Any Cowboys' games that are broadcast over local (over the air) stations like CBS, FOX or NBC in Dallas, then yes, you can use the tuners in this device (when hooked to an antenna) to watch the games on any device connected to your router (either by WiFi or ethernet cable). You do not even have to have a functioning internet connection though you do need a functioning local network in your home.

However, this device won't do anything for watching Cowboys games that are not broadcast in the Dallas area. To watch those games you will need to use one of the numerous internet streaming options.
thank you for your reply. i understand i can watch it over the home network. but i want to watch them remotely from other cities or states (not in Dallas and not on the same network). from your reply it seems like the answer is a no?
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thank you for your reply. i understand i can watch it over the home network. but i want to watch them remotely from other cities or states (not in Dallas and not on the same network). from your reply it seems like the answer is a no?
I think you can do this by allowing remote viewing from Plex. You'd probably have to allow a port through your router/firewall but should be doable.
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