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Channel Master Serves Up New DVR+ Model with 1TB Internal Hard Drive

PR release PHOENIX, AZ – July 9, 2014

Furthering its TV Freedom™ initiative for consumers, Channel Master announced today the launch of a new DVR+ model that includes a 1TB internal hard drive. The company previously launched the 16GB model, which requires the user to provide an external USB hard drive, at the International CES in Las Vegas in January. Both DVR+ models are subscription-free.

Channel Master Gives Aereo Subscribers Free Antenna and DVR Discount

PHOENIX, AZ – June 26, 2014 – Channel Master extends subscription-free TV Freedom™ solution to Aereo subscribers with offer that includes a free antenna and discounted DVR. The offer comes in the wake of yesterday’s Supreme Court decision that sided with broadcasters over Aereo, stating that the service is not legal.

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Review & Specifications of the Channel Master DVR+ | Part One

If you are not familiar with the Channel Master DVR + its an Over the Air Digital Video Recorder you connect to a digital antennae to view and record television channels.

It does this all without the need of a paid subscription service. We recently got our hands on one and tested it out. We found that not only was it easy to setup but is also easy to use. The DVR itself is the smallest DVR we have ever tested.

It is very thin and compact but at the same time feels very sturdy due to the metal casing.

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