The HDHomeRun NextGen TV Tuner is Available on Amazon





After a successful Kickstarter campaign last year, Silicondust started sending out its HDHomeRun NextGen TV Tuners in October 2020. Now, the OTA network tuners are available on Amazon for $199.

“The new HDHomeRun QUATRO 4K (HDHR5-4K) is the device to upgrade your home entertainment to receive every free channel available in your area,” the company wrote on its Kickstarter page. “It’s built with 4 TV tuners – all 4 tuners receive ATSC 1.0 and 2 of those tuners pick up the new Ultra High Definition ATSC 3.0 broadcasts. We plan to enable multi-channel support so you can watch up to 4 ATSC 3.0 sub-channels across the 2 ATSC 3.0 tuners, all in high definition!”

Here are the features of the HDHomeRun Flex 4K NextGen TV Tuner:

  • All the features of the HDHomeRun CONNECT QUATRO & 4K models plus optional DVR by connecting a USB hard drive (requires paid TV guide for DVR record)
  • 4 tuners (2 ATSC 3.0, all 4 ATSC 1.0)
  • Watch and record in full 1080p and 4K HDR resolution where available
  • View on many devices and platforms. Windows 10/UWP including PCs, surface, tablets and phones; Android including phones, tablets and smart media boxes; Apple including computers, iPhones, and iPads. Also, Plex plugins can be used for third party applications.

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