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Topic # 220198 31-Jul-2017 07:34
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Anyone want one they are not using anymore?


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  Reply # 1834071 31-Jul-2017 09:27
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I bought mine from nicegear.co.nz.

 

they delivery pretty quick and fair price.


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  Reply # 1834114 31-Jul-2017 10:18
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How much are you wanting to pay? I spent a fair whack of cash to get a HDHR4-2DT shipped from the UK for a failed Plex DVR project.








 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1834215 31-Jul-2017 11:59
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gbwelly:

 

How much are you wanting to pay? I spent a fair whack of cash to get a HDHR4-2DT shipped from the UK for a failed Plex DVR project.

 

 

What did you go for after that?

 

I bought the Hauppauge WinTV-dualHD USB card.. works well and is fully compatible with Plex..


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  Reply # 1834267 31-Jul-2017 12:46
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HcoNmeM:

 

gbwelly:

 

How much are you wanting to pay? I spent a fair whack of cash to get a HDHR4-2DT shipped from the UK for a failed Plex DVR project.

 

 

What did you go for after that?

 

I bought the Hauppauge WinTV-dualHD USB card.. works well and is fully compatible with Plex..

 

 

I foolishly was an early adopter, before Plex expanded the DVR support beyond the initial 3 supported tuners. Throughout this Plex DVR shenanigans I was still using Media Center with a HDHR3, which is still working fine.

 

 










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  Reply # 1834301 31-Jul-2017 13:20
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gbwelly:

 

How much are you wanting to pay? I spent a fair whack of cash to get a HDHR4-2DT shipped from the UK for a failed Plex DVR project.

 

 

I saw it at $250 on Nicegear... was hoping to not spend that much as after all FTA TV is not really big in our house...


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  Reply # 1834310 31-Jul-2017 13:33
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they pop up on trademe every once in a while, just save a search if you want to save a buck and in no rush.




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  Reply # 1834324 31-Jul-2017 13:54
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@reven:

 

they pop up on trademe every once in a while, just save a search if you want to save a buck and in no rush.

 

 

Yeah good idea. Just trying to decommision an HTPC (with internal Dual Tuner) and trying to replace with with something smaller / less power hungry without loosing Live TV.

 

So no rush as we don't watch that much of it...


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