The Dish Network TR-40 CRA is a great DTV converter box with a best-in-class electronic program guide and should be your top choice, unless you value the simplicity and superior remote of the RCA DTA800.
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Dish Network has released a new DTV converter box, the TR-40 CRA, although it's exactly the same as the existing DTVPal, except it costs $20 less.
CNET's full review of the DTVPal is up, offering lots of praise for its electronic program guide, but knocking its mediocre remote.
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From CES 2008, Brian Tong takes a look at the EchoStar TR-50 DVR, a digital over-the-air receiver with DVR functionality.
EchoStar's first non-Dish DVR may be the perfect fit for viewers without satellite or cable.