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Product Features
  • Up to 1080p HD
  • Watch high-resolution TV shows and movies in crystal-clear detail.
  • 64GB internal storage
  • Enables recording of up to 40 hours of HDTV, right out of the box.
  • Two OTA ATSC tuners
  • Allow you to record or stream up to two live HDTV programs.
  • USB 2.0 port
  • Provides quick plug-and-play connectivity to an external hard drive to extend your storage. (USB hard drive sold separately).
  • High-speed wireless connectivity
  • Built-in 802.11n dual-band Wi-Fi connects to your wireless home network allowing for streaming live and recorded HDTV content to all the connected devices inside. (wireless router required and sold separately).


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I strongly considered Tablo 5-ish years back when I made the decision to cut the cord, but I ended up going with the Channel Master DVR+, which has now been replaced by the Stream+ with an upgraded feature set [channelmaster.com]. The main factor in my decision making was that the Tablo has a subscription cost associated with the guide but Channel Master uses free guide data.

Tablo charges $5 a month, $50 a year, or $150 for a lifetime subscription, but I believe, like Tivo, lifetime is limited to that specific box. I have never had a problem with the free guide data, so take that for what you will.
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Subscriptions are tied to the individual, not the equipment. Better than TiVo.
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Seems like a really good deal. If you don't need the hard drive model, they have refurbished units for $89 on the Tablo Website.

I went the Hdhomerun way and with a Shield TV, I set up a Plex server.
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Seems like a really good deal. If you don't need the hard drive model, they have refurbished units for $89 on the Tablo Website.

I went the Hdhomerun way and with a Shield TV, I set up a Plex server.
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I strongly considered Tablo 5-ish years back when I made the decision to cut the cord, but I ended up going with the Channel Master DVR+, which has now been replaced by the Stream+ with an upgraded feature set [channelmaster.com]. The main factor in my decision making was that the Tablo has a subscription cost associated with the guide but Channel Master uses free guide data.

Tablo charges $5 a month, $50 a year, or $150 for a lifetime subscription, but I believe, like Tivo, lifetime is limited to that specific box. I have never had a problem with the free guide data, so take that for what you will.
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Anybody know how good/sensitive the OTA receivers are? I had a OTA DVR once which got about half the stations that my TV could get. Don't want to do that again.
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I went from a HTPC setup in each room with HD Homerun networked tuners to Tablo... We also have Roku boxes in each room, and the Tablo is much easier to live with... At first the HD streams were a little less than perfect, but the latest firmware update has made a big improvement... I wasn't aware of the subscription when I first bought it, so I was a little bother by it, but I bit the bullet and paid the $150 for lifetime... Overall I'm very satisfied and would recommend to others looking for a whole house solution...
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I have one of these. It's disconnected in a drawer downstairs.
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Subscriptions are tied to the individual, not the equipment. Better than TiVo.
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I always like to say lifetime of the company . . . I think the big drawback with the Tablo is that the channel changes are slow and it does not support 5.1 sound. Hdhomerun has none of those issues. Tablo will work with Roku, vs needed to set up a plex server with Hdhomerun.
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Is this for recording Judge Judy?
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Does this produce flat files that I can pull off and place on my NAS?
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Anybody know how good/sensitive the OTA receivers are? I had a OTA DVR once which got about half the stations that my TV could get. Don't want to do that again.
As for the tuner, my HDHomerun works well, for one advantage with it is it is very close to the antenna cable-wise. That is, because it moves the video over to the TV via Ethernet (I run the HDHomerun app on my Shield TV or XBox), I was able to place the receiver with it's network connection close to the antenna's cable entry point, thus avoiding much cable loss.
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Shows $139 for me
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As for the tuner, my HDHomerun works well, for one advantage with it is it is very close to the antenna cable-wise. That is, because it moves the video over to the TV via Ethernet (I run the HDHomerun app on my Shield TV or XBox), I was able to place the receiver with it's network connection close to the antenna's cable entry point, thus avoiding much cable loss.
I used a compass and directed my antennae at the exact location of the tv station transmitter. My cable run is maybe 40-50 ft and picks up nearly 180 channels from the surrounding cities, though most of them are QVC, HSN and Spanish channels.
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