Cutting the cord doesn't have to be that hard, especially if you've got these devices from Channel Master.
This is actually an antenna, Channel Master's Smart Antenna Plus, and this is actually a DVR, Channel Master's Screen Plus.
They work together, but you can buy them separately.
The Channel Master Smart Antenna Plus is capable of taking on a frequent problem.
Boxy pixellated video.
$89 gets you a 60 mile range with this antenna.
If you find pixellated channels, you push this button.
The antenna will figure out the rest.
Then there's a Channel Master Stream Plus, cost $99, has dual tuners, and it's powered by Android TV.
And of course it works with the Smart Antenna Plus and includes a free channel guide.
You don't have to pay anything per month, and it records to a micro SD card.
The hope is to be able to add a hard drive via USB in the future.
Both will ship by the spring.
I'm Asia Zactor and this was the Channel Master Smart Antenna Plus and the Stream Plus.
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