Unfortunately, this deal is no longer valid
Silicondust HDHomeRun CONNECT QUATRO Network DVB-T/T2 TV (HDHR5-4DT) - £92.99 @ Amazon Prime Day Exclusive
156° Expired

Silicondust HDHomeRun CONNECT QUATRO Network DVB-T/T2 TV (HDHR5-4DT) - £92.99 @ Amazon Prime Day Exclusive

£92.99£149.9938%Amazon Deals
10
Posted 16th Jul 2019

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

It's prime day. Amazon has reduce it to 92.99. It was the lowest price evey. It's a must device if you have a Plex with a plex pass.
Amazon has reduce the price of Silicondust HDHomeRun CONNECT DUO Network DVB-T/T2 to £64. amazon.co.uk/Sil…N9/

Grab it when it's cheep. you can get it for £74.99 if you have £10 (audiable credit) and £8 (£80 topup deal).

  • 4 tuners which work with Free-to-air broadcast HDTV (DVB-T and DVB-T2) across the UK from your digital TV aerial
  • Send HDTV via your existing home WiFi or wired network to the widest range of smart devices
  • Pause on one device and resume on another with multi-user, multi-device, multi-room Seamless Viewing
  • Increase your number of tuners by adding more HDHomeRun products
  • Works with our DVR software to enable you to schedule and record HDTV that you can watch on smart devices around your home.
  • Trial DVR available on HDHomeRun website
Community Updates
If you click through or buy, retailers may pay hotukdeals some money, but this never affects which deals get posted. Find more info in our FAQs and About Us page.

Groups

10 Comments
Damn I was gonna pick up the hauppage duo for 60 but at this price for the quattro I think I might just have to go for it 😬 if anyone's got any experience with these for Plex DVR I'd love to know
Fantastic device.
As stated works great with Plex - have mine networked to a NAS to store live TV recordings. Also has a remove ads facility but that is a work in progress.
Mega heat at this price 😁
These are fantastic. Use mine with Plex and Android TV Live Channels on Shield on its ace.
This’ll be finished in no time. CRACKING DEAL - ordered, thank you op! Been waiting for this to drop.
Complete newbie question. I’m getting rid of My Sky HD TV box, but keeping my sky broadband, would this be a good replacement for using to watch/record TV? And is it easy to setup and use for family use?
or if you like to get your hands dirty, pick up a few cheap USB DVB-T SD/HD sticks (~£5-£10) and install tvheadend
tvheadend.org/
(good use for a spare Raspberry Pi)
I have Plex what do this do I already have plex on all TVs and a nas device what will this allow
wakkaday16/07/2019 14:33

I have Plex what do this do I already have plex on all TVs and a nas …I have Plex what do this do I already have plex on all TVs and a nas device what will this allow


Ability to watch live tv through Plex.

Record and then skip adverts.

Watch live tv out of the house (the fact I have 4mbps upload is stopping me purchasing)

Watch TV on any device with plex so you don't need to plug a tuner into every room to watch.
I took there dvr software for the first year but need advice on other free options it slowed my plex down so just record on server via app dump into Plex folder as required.
Cant fault the device but plex has royally screwed up live TV with its change of guide provider so I wouldn't recommend it at the moment.
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text