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Topic # 83364 15-May-2011 09:18
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Has anyone tried using the US-version of HDHomeRun (HDHR3-US) in New Zealand? Any reason why it wouldn't work?





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  Reply # 469260 15-May-2011 12:27
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freitasm: Has anyone tried using the US-version of HDHomeRun (HDHR3-US) in New Zealand? Any reason why it wouldn't work?



Is it DVB still or ATSC?


I saw on Engadget this morning soem HDHomeRun Prime - with a 3 tuner and maybe even a 6 tuner one coming out.




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  Reply # 469261 15-May-2011 12:28
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Both... The only reason I'm asking is that a) they are available through Amazon (and I have some credit there) and b) they only need one antenna input now, instead of two like before.

I could use this to add another two tuners to my network (and end up with four tuners available).






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