MCM Electronics

Digital Television Tuner / Recorder with HDMI and Component Output By Stellar Labs (DT-1200) MCM Part #30-2900

4 stars 25 ratings and 24 reviews
MSRP: $169.00
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High Definition Television (HDTV) Tuner/Recorder
The DT-1200 set-top-box receives digital high definition broadcasts for viewing on virtually any television or monitor. Multiple outputs are provided allowing compatibility with many devices, from older analog televisions to the latest in high definition TV's, monitors and projectors.

This tuner is designed for off-air reception and will not function as a cable box.

Specifications Top

This unit also features basic record functionality, in manual and programmable modes, onto standard thumb drives or external USB hard drives. Recorded video may be played back on most PC's or directly through the DT-1200. In addition to recorded video, this unit will also playback numerous audio, image and video file formats. Multiple digital and analog A/V outputs provide up to 1080i video, and 5.1 Dolby Digital audio.

Standard 75Ω coaxial cable input allows connection all types of television antennas, and multiple outputs are provided, allowing compatibility with virtually any television set and most monitors. The 75Ω output connection can be configured to act as either a feed through RF connection, or a modulated NTSC CH3/4 output.
  • Output resolution to 1080i
  • Automatic channel scan
  • On screen program guide
  • Included 39 button IR remote control
  • Records to standard thumb drives and USB hard drives
  • Recorded programs can be played back on most PC's without need for external drivers
    (verify your computer will play .mts files, Windows versions prior to Windows7 may
    require conversion to a different format.
    Output Connections:
  • Configurable 75Ω "F" type
  • Composite video
  • Y/Pr/Pb component video
  • HDMI audio / video
  • L/R line level unbalanced audio (Red/White RCA female)
  • Coaxial digital audio (RCA female), supports Dolby Digital 5.1
    Supported Files:
  • Photo: JPG, BMP, PNG
  • Audio: MP3, WMA, ACC
  • Video: AVI, MPG, DAT, VOB, MTS and MJPEG
  • Record format: MTS
    Tested File Sizes:
  • Standard definition video, 20min recording: 375MB
  • High definition video (1080i), 5 minute recording: 525MB
    Additional Details:
  • Dimensions: 1-3/4” (H) x 7-3/4” (W) x 6-1/2” (D)
  • Power requirements: 90~240VAC, 50/60Hz, 8W (max)
  • Records in FAT32 and NTFS formats, see manual for details

Part Numbers
MCM Part #:30-2900
Stellar Labs Part #:DT-1200
Package Specifications & Dimensions
Weight:1.8 lbs.
RoHS Comp:No
Warranty:365 days
Need to Return?
Length:8.66 in.
Width:8.86 in.
Height:2.56 in.
Shipping Information
Extra Shipping Charge:No
Drop Ship:No
Catalog Pages
MCM Cat 57, Page 228
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Product Reviews Top

  • by hstewartbg

    on 8/31/2015


    Overall: 4 out of 5

    It took me a while to decipher the manual and get this unit working. The picture quality is good and recording quality is good on a 500 GB hard drive, but it will only format for 100 GB. Does anyone know why?? I also noticed that others were having troubles with the EPG date being incorrect and I also noted that some have gotten a patch to fix the problem. Where can I get this patch. My unit is 5 days off.

  • by BruceHansen

    on 8/14/2015

    DT-1200 DC out in the antenna in connection

    Overall: 4 out of 5

    This unit has DC coming out the "antenna in" connection. There is an item in the menus to turn off the DC, but it does not work. Even with the DC out item in the menu switched off, there is still DC coming out of the antenna input. This can be a problem because some RF splitters (and other RF devices) will short out this voltage shutting down the power supply in the DT-1200. You can use a DC blocker, such as the MCM 30-2406, to fix this.

    As others have said, use a USB 3.0 thumb drive to prevent hick-ups in the recording. Even the cheepy ones that Micro center sells work fine.

  • by fengel1975

    on 12/12/2014

    Don't waste your money

    Overall: 1 out of 5

    There are far better products on the market than this thing. Yes, they cost more but you get what you pay for with this. Nice concept but the manual is useless. The menu structure is not helpful.

  • by Mooner7440

    on 10/31/2014

    Throw Away the Manual and Start Punching Buttons....

    Overall: 3 out of 5

    I sold broadcast electronics for a number of years and I have to say that this product has absolutely the WORST ops manual I have ever seen. Tech writers throughout the world are spinning in their graves over this one.

    Hook it up, plug in a USB hard drive, get a cup of coffee, and play with the remote until you can access all the functions. I can make it record with raw entries, but still have not figured out how to use the EPG and transfer that info to the recorder. With a small laptop style hard drive (Passport 500GB), pic quality in HD (1080i) is sparkling thru my set's HDMI input. My older USB thumb drive is too slow for 1080i (picture stutters), but does work well for 480p stations. Tuner section is excellent, auto scan was quick and allows you to edit out stations you don't want. As ex-military, I can live with the 24 hour time format, however I do wish I could make the closed-captioning work during playback as my hearing is pretty crappy.

    For my moderate usage for time shifting it works well at this price point. I'd rate it a lot higher were it not for the manual and the rather funky, un-intuitive software. MCM, if you want to sell a lot more boxes, pop for a free-lance tech writer for the manual and post the PDF on this site.

  • by rapplebee

    on 10/21/2014

    DT-1200's Odd Firmware

    Overall: 4.5 out of 5

    I have always used USB 3.0 storage devices with the DT-1200 video recorder and never experienced recording drop out. Video quality matches expensive TVs. The second tuner/recorder has performed very well, as did the MCM exchanged unit displaying all times with a mysterious 5 minute displacement.
    Scheduling the recording of a TV program must be performed completely from scratch. No information from the electronic programming guide is transferred to the schedule. Start-end time, channel sequence number and the record or view choice must be specified for each event.
    Transferring information from the electronic programming guide to the schedule is a simple upgrade, and appears to have been the original design.
    This upgrade, and specification of the USB 3.0 / NTFS storage requirement would gain top quality ratings for the DT-1200.

  • by dlhart

    on 10/15/2014

    Finally got it working

    Overall: 4.5 out of 5

    Like others, I experienced periodic dropout of audio and video signals when playing back a recording. I was using a 32Gb PNY USB thumb drive (MCM# 83-11229) and even tried reformatting it as NTFS. It still had dropout at about the same rate. I played the recording on my PC with the same dropouts. Then it occurred to me that perhaps the issue was that the USB thumb drive could not store the data sent to it fast enough. So I hooked up an external hard drive that had a USB 3.0 interface. It worked flawlessly! I conclude that the USB thumb drive must have a fast enough interface to be able to handle all the data.

    Perhaps you can save other customers from frustration by providing the minimum speed of the USB recording device plugged into the interface. For example, will your PNY Turbo 3.0 USB thumb drives work with the recorder? Does the memory device have to have a USB 3.0 interface? You could even state that you recommend a certain series of MCM part numbers as the memory device or sell a bundled kit with HDMI cable included.

    Now that the unit is working, I increased the ratings from very low to quite high. Only the user-unfriendly on-screen menu holds it back from excellent.

  • by mlee1951

    on 9/11/2014

    Stella labs DT-1200

    Overall: 3 out of 5

    I read Quadratic comment about reformatting the USB to NTFS format. When reformatting, what was the unit size used to format the USB??? For now, I will use the default 4k size and hopefully this will improve my recording.

  • by servico

    on 5/25/2014


    Overall: 3 out of 5

    According to My Account, I purchased two of these in September 2013. I set up one of them and have been using it with few problems. I did have to update the software per the download. Yesterday morning, I walked into the family room and noticed the front panel display was off. I turned it back on. Nothing. Flipped the switch on the back. A red LED glows but nothing else happens. I unplugged it. I waited a while; plugged it back in. Same red LED; no joy.
    Since it's out of warranty, I popped the cover and found a bulging capacitor on PC board DB-1005A. I'm not THAT handy so I cannot repair it. Has anyone had similar problems?

  • by quadradic

    on 5/14/2014

    Before you buy this device you must read this review

    Overall: 5 out of 5

    I thought this off the air recorder was a total piece of trash and I was ready to sell it in a garage sale for five bucks, when I decided to make one last attempt to get it to work properly. That paid off, because I discovered by accident the secret that makes it record perfectly. When you know this simple little secret, then this is a great recorder with excellent HD quality. I could not find this secret explained in the instruction manual, but I will pass it along to you in this review. First, I will describe the problem that drove me crazy for so long that I eventually just gave up and stopped using the recorder: When playing back a recorded program the picture would pixilate every ten or fifteen seconds and then jump ahead, skipping several words of dialog before the playback resumed. I could not record a drama, because I couldn't follow the plot with the missing dialog. I couldn't record a comedy, because I didn't get the jokes, due to the missing dialog. I couldn't record the news, because I couldn't follow the news story with dialog missing. This problem made the recording device useless, which was a shame, because the sound and HD picture quality were both excellent during the few seconds between the jumps. And, there was another problem, I could carry the USB drive to another HDTV and watch the recorded program, but I could only watch the first minute of the show before the playback would terminate. If the show was an hour long, I could only playback the first minute of the recording, so the USB stick could only be used in the recorder. Now that you understand the problem, here is the simple secret that solves these problems and makes the recorder work perfectly. When you first plug your USB stick into the recorder, you MUST format the USB drive for NTFS (not FAT32) before you record your first show. If you do this one simple thing, then your recordings will be perfect, with no constant pixilation, no skipping and no missing dialog. Also, you can take your USB drive out of the recorder and move it to another HDTV and watch the full recording from beginning to end. At least this worked with the HDTV sets in my house, I can't guarantee that it will work with every HDTV set. The recorder has the option of formatting the USB stick in NTFS or FAT32, but the instruction book does not tell you that you must use the NTFS file system to get a continuous uninterrupted recording. If you format the USB drive as Usb1/C and NTFS then the recordings are perfect. This is the same recorder that I was ready to throw out a few days ago, but now it works so well that I'm thinking of buying a second recorder from this company so I can record two shows at once.

  • by dmon4u

    on 5/2/2014

    Where is the Software Update that others have used ?

    Overall: 4 out of 5

    I agree with nearly all the comments above but can not find the software update on this product oage.

  • by Jamesmrt

    on 3/4/2014

    30-2900 - Digital Television Tuner

    Overall: 3 out of 5

    I purchased a DT-1200 for some Olympics time shifting. Although the DT-1200 is a spectacular concept, the implementation is terrible. I fought through one bug after another and I ended up sending my unit back. I hope the next shipment in April will have the issues fixed as I have one on back order.

    Unlike others here who are concerned about the file sizes I like the big files. It is nice to be able to capture all the image quality coming in and not lose it to additional compression. After all it is an "HD" receiver. If MCM does implement further compression options please still allow the DT-1200 to data capture the way it does now.

    I am confused though by the 500MB file sizes on a Fat32 device. Even basic Fat32 devices can have over 4GB file sizes so what is the purpose of slicing and dicing the files so small? They could be about 8 times larger. If you use a NTFS drive the video files are just one big .mts file, no matter what the record duration, and that file plays fine so why not have them larger on fat 32 drives? In this time in history I doubt anyone would be using stick drives smaller than 4GB on this unit.

    Some other observations of the DT-1200 with this hardware\ firmware combination;

    Software version 1308.121735.1
    Hardware version KLF7816-ATSC-01

    When the DT-1200 crashes and you are using a stick drive the DT-1200 may leave "cluster orphans" on your stick drive. Plug your stick drive into a windows machine and do a chkdisk /f from the command box and fix them. My drives after a few crashes were too fragmented to record long periods of video without errors. After a chkdsk they were fine. They were not fixed by the DT-1200 format option.

    Reception problems can be caused by power supplies used by USB hard drives. The DT-1200 is after all a very sensitive receiver. Many wall warts really scream at ATSC video frequencies at short range. Probably why the DT-1200 is a direct plug in with no wall wart of it's own. The DT-1200 would not record drop free HD video unless my NTFS drive and power supply were more than five feet away.

    If you use the HDMI connection use a GOOD shielded cable no longer than necessary.

    The remote is of questionable quality. My EPG button was getting finicky after only a short period of use. I used the supplied remote to educate my main remote for the DT-1200 functions. MCM the remote really could be better.

    It would be nice if the DT-1200 could also use the ExFAT file system.

    For unknown reasons the DT-1200 will lose count of MTS file segments. The file count seems to be stored in the first .mts file. Once corrupted, the group xxxxx.mtsx files are ignored. To view them again by way of the DT-1200 you will have to rename them changing the file name and MTS extensions on a PC. The DT-1200 should be able to re-join like named files.

    The DT-1200 still has clock problems. Mostly over midnight. The no record and the runaway record mentioned by others here is caused by poor programing logic. If you say set the DT-1200 to record from 23:30 to 01:00 it will start at 23:30 and record to 23:30 the next day. This was pretty obvious when I had it recording to a 1TB NTFS drive. The stop record event is a simple evaluation of is current time greater than max recording time. It ignores the day change.

    The manual says you can record one station while watching another. I did not find this to be true.

    The good side of the DT-1200. For the money the DT-1200 records truly exceptional quality video. Better than any cable box I have seen recording equivalent over the the air stations on cable. With the DT-1200 and a good antenna I could record the peach fuzz, during closeups, on the faces of the Olympic women snow borders. The play back is also exceptional for other file formats like Xvid H.264, .vob, and .mpg files. The DT-1200 plays them as well as my smart tv does and the smart tv has dual core processors.

    The build quality of the unit is very good. The connectors are fitted tightly to the case and the alignment of the connectors are good. The F-connector threads are accurate so the coaxial antenna cable connection is simple, secure, and of low impedance. And although the clock display is very bright the measured standby power usage is very low. Quite unlike many power vampire cable boxes and PVR's I have measured.

    The rating system here is not adequate. I would give the DT-1200 5 stars for value. 5 stars for features. And one star for firmware quality. If they fix the firmware issues in the next shipment I would give five stars for everything.

    Although I did miss most of the Olympics I am still looking forward to getting my replacement unit. For the money it provides great functionality and utility for the less endowed TV .

  • by BobDiaz

    on 2/22/2014

    A few minor things are off, but overall it's very good

    Overall: 4.5 out of 5

    The Stellar Labs DT-1200 HD ATSC TV Tuner works very well as a tuner and does a good job of receiving signals. The reason for picking this model over other models is that it will record to a USB device. I record to a 64GB memory stick and that works very well.

    The recordings are to a .MTS format file that contains the original MPEG-2 broadcast. It looks like they take the broadcast as received and wrap it into the MTS file without any changes to the compression or the resolution. The largest file size is 536.7 MB and if additional time is needed, a new file with the same name is opened as "MTS2", "MTS3", ...

    There appears to be a short jump in the recording as the old file is closed and the new file is opened. You can expect this to occur about every 4 to 24 minutes depending on the data rate of the broadcast signal. The jump is a minor issue.

    Overall I'm very happy with my purchase and any complaints are very minor issues. It's very easy to set a recording, just bring up the EPG (Electronic Program Guide), switch to the channel I want, scroll down, and press Enter. This brings up a window that allows me to make changes to the setting, like change the start and end times. The on screen prompts really help tell you what your options are.

    Minor Gripes:

    I wish the User's Manual was better written. It does cover the basic features, but is unclear in many areas. I had to play with the box to figure it out and I'm still discovering new things.

    The channel number displayed on the box is the memory number of where the channel is stored, not the channel number. This is odd, because the box could have displayed the channel number.

    When recording a show, there's no indication on the box that it's recording, unless your USB device has a blinking red LED that lights up when being accessed. Also, there's no indication that the box is waiting to record something.

    When turned off, the box displays time in the 24 hour format and I can't find a way to display it in 12 hour format.

    The Bottom Line:

    Just accept the fact that nothing is perfect and you'll find the DT-1200 to be worth having and using. If you're like me, you'll be temped to purchase a second unit to put on the other TVs.

  • by chriswilkes

    on 2/21/2014

    Could be a great box, but...

    Overall: 1.5 out of 5

    After 6 months of ownership I still use it grudgingly because of lack of alternatives.
    Weekly recordings don't work properly.
    Unit will spontaneously drop (forget) all scheduled recording programmed.
    Randomly will lock up and need a power cycle.
    Very unreliable even with professional high speed memory card and a solid signal with professional receive antenna.
    Last software update to fix the non-working clock was August 2013.

  • by scbart52

    on 2/18/2014

    Not up to standards

    Overall: 1 out of 5

    I wish I could like this unit but I can't. It uses a file format that is unknown to anything I have so when you do record you can only view from the unit. I was hoping to record on a thumb drive and then view on my Laptop. The quality of the video is very poor it constantly breaks up. The signal strength to my TV is excellent and the unit plays the TV channel fine but the recording quality is substandard to say the least. If I am doing something wrong I wish I knew the answer because I had some real high hopes that this would work.

  • by Unkeldave1950

    on 2/8/2014

    Great BYOHD (bring your own hard drive) HD video recorder!

    Overall: 4.5 out of 5

    Just in time for the Olympics. This little unit works great with the addition of my 1 TB desktop hard drive. Had to install the software update to correct EPG date issue. Note you must open the compressed file first. This was a bit of a challenge for an old Mac user since the compressed file is a .rar file. But I found a free program (The Unarchiver which does this perfectly. True, the instruction manual could use some help (such as its reference to a non-existent "timer" button on the remote and failure to mention some items in the menu), but the menu is quite intuitive and should present no problem for anyone familiar with DVR's. The picture quality is great. Would be nice to be able to edit my recorded video as I do on my standard def HDD recorders. That would allow me to divide a multiple show recording into individual shows and edit out commercials before watching. But in that regard, it is no different than a VCR with the advantage of supporting 1080p high def. You certainly can't beat this unit for the price and the chase play and pause live TV features are something no VCR ever had. As an over-the-air TV viewer it's great to have a DVR that allows me to do what my friends with satellite and cable have done for some time. Well, back to the Olympics.

  • by kennywally

    on 2/1/2014

    Good value, for those just needing tuner

    Overall: 4 out of 5

    The recording is a bonus, and a nice bonus but the problem is, it is a memory hog, it eats about 1g plus per hour and it does nice recording hi resolution, but it would be 5 stars across if I could have a few choices in recording speeds to conserve storage space on the flash drive.
    If I missed something during setup, someone please post and let me know. I already updated the bin file someone else was nice enuf to point out.
    Seems that it wouldn't be too tuff to upgrade the firmware to adjust the recording speeds to be adjustable like on most dvr devices and do daily recordings or weekly recordings....isn't that standard vcr fare from 30yrs ago?!
    I still like it, but I'd rather love it!!! C'mon MCM, you can do it.....

  • by vfasano

    on 1/31/2014

    Nice toy

    Overall: 3.5 out of 5

    I wanted to replace an old VHS machine in a cable system that doesn't use a set top box, for basic time shifting duty. At the price, I thought this unit might fit the need.
    On receipt, setup was quick and painless - antenna connection in, HDMI to set out. Run auto scan to set up channels and download the program guide. My program guide only listed upcoming programs within 20 hours or so - I believe the manual indicates it will load 7 days guide. That wasn't the case for me; YMMV.

    It has a passthrough for the antenna connection, but you must set it for loop through in the SETUP menu. Only glitch was the date was wrong, with no way to correct it - a quick note to MCM's excellent tech support resulted in a patch being sent that quickly fixed that problem.

    Recordings made on the box are pretty good - using a 32GB flash drive provides about 5 hours of HD recording. I've experienced some breakup in the recording - not sure if the drive is too slow or the signal in is marginal, but the signal looks good on the set. Tried using it with a half-terrabyte external USB drive, but apparently the USB doesn't provide enough power to run the drive - it runs fine on several computers, but won't spin up when connected to this box. Recording on the USB drive creates multiple files of about 500MB, but they playback uninterrupted. The resulting files also play properly on a PC using VLC media player; of course, the playback breaks up just as it does on the tuner box - obviously the problem is in the recording rather than playback.

    The tuner/recorder plays back several formats, unfortunately, flash is not one of them. This limits its usefulness in playing files downloaded from the web, as many sites provide flash video which isn't playable on this box.

    It would be nice if there was some visible indication on the box itself that a recording was actually happening - there is an indication on the TV screen, but nothing on the box to assure you that it's doing what it should.

    This isn't a high-end device, and it's priced accordingly. It would not be my choice for the centerpiece of a real home theater system. However, if a better USB drive solved the breakup issue , it would really be a VERY cool device. It is small, easy to setup, cheap and looks good. But even with the breakup, the overall picture quality, with HDMI video and digital audio output, is far superior to the VHS it replaces.

  • by paul.gangwisch

    on 1/20/2014

    Problem recording any programs over midnight

    Overall: 4 out of 5

    I like the unit very much, but potential buyers should be aware of a significant problem that has not been described here. When recording programs that span midnight, i.e., begin before midnight and end after midnight the recording does not stop automatically, but continues to record. It has to be stopped manually using the remote. If this was not done I assume the recording would continue until the disk was full. I have contacted MCM tech support, believing this might be fixed with a software update, but they have not yet responded. If you never record over midnight I guess this would not be a problem, but I frequently do. Still waiting for an acceptable solution, will post again if it gets resolved.

  • by omniserv

    on 12/20/2013

    Not bad for the money.

    Overall: 4.5 out of 5

    When we received this HD tuner it didn't really work at all. it did a bunch of strange things, like turning off and on by itself, the buttons on the remote didn't do what they were supposed to do, etc.

    We noticed a firmware update posted here on MCM, so we updated the firmware and it now works perfect. So take our advice and just update it right away. the file is on the product page and the instructions are easy to follow.

    We use this on a Epson HD projector on a 100" screen. The HDMI quality is great it is true HD. It looks better than the $500 PC system we had on it before. We have not used the other outputs.

    The recording of TV shows works perfect also. Although the file sizes are very large. So plan to use a big hard drive if you want to record a lot of shows. Right now we have a 40 gig drive on it and can only record about 6 hours (seems like it's averaging 6 gig per hour. Another strange thing that happens is it records the shows in about 10 min files. This is not a problem when watching them on the PVR (the until auto plays them in order), but if you try to watch them on your PC you have to pick your video program (the file extension is strange) and do that for each file every 10 mins. This is not a major problem and it will make more since once you try it yourself. The important part is you can watch the recorded shows on your PC.

    The front display shows channel numbers but these numbers are only related to the order it found the station. Not the actual broadcast station number. Also the clock is so bright it can be annoying in a media room where the lights are low.

    Overall for the money it's a great deal. Besides MCM will stand behind their products so you can't go wrong.

  • by darrickburch

    on 9/9/2013

    Not bad!

    Overall: 4 out of 5

    Bought this for a DLP TV which lacked an ATSC tuner. It's working well, picking up all of the stations available in my area. The UI is nothing fancy, but it gets the job done. My only (minor) criticism is the LED display which does not convey any useful information while on and only serves to show a 24-hour clock when the unit is in standby. Fortunately, there is a switch on the back to completely remove power to the unit. Also, be prepared to bring your own HDMI cable and AAA batteries for the remote: the only pack-in is a composite A/V cable. In all, it is hard to complain about this thing.

  • by NeubaumTurk_DYCA

    on 9/3/2013

    Works Great

    Overall: 5 out of 5
    Top 10 Contributor

    Using this on the component inputs of an older projector in the office, works great. Picks up stations as well as any of the televisions in the building, and the media player works perfectly. Haven't don't much recording, only tested briefly and that works fine also. So far, love it.

  • by sandegj

    on 9/3/2013

    Tuner as viewed

    Overall: 3 out of 5

    Used the tuner for a week using the composite output, everything looked good, then I moved it up to a 2004 Toshiba H.D. t.v. inputting using Y/Pb/Pr outputs and the picture on the set was not stable. Wiggles.

  • by Mike810

    on 9/2/2013

    Good converter box, bare-bones DVR, great price.

    Overall: 4.5 out of 5

    As a converter box and media player, the DT-1200 is fine (it picked up 47 channels from my rooftop antenna in the Chicago burbs). As a DVR, well, it works but it's not very user-friendly. The supplied remote control is just an off-the-shelf generic, so the DVR functions are buried in obscure menus or misleading buttons. For example, it's easy to record a TV show using the station's Program Guide. Just press EPG, scroll down to the show you want, and hit OK a couple times. But, once it's recorded, to play that video back you have to select Menu > USB > Multimedia > PVR > HBDVR. The DVR files are huge if you're recording a high-def channel: 6 Gigabytes per hour. If you plan to record a lot of football games or network movies, you'll need a USB disk drive, not a memory stick.

  • by robomiker

    on 8/28/2013

    StellarLabs DT-1200 HD tuner.

    Overall: 5 out of 5

    One of the best deals on a HD tuner! This not just a turner but a programmable digital TV recorder using USB flash drive! The turner has excellent sensitivity, capturing all channels in my area with no drop outs, using an outdoor antenna.. Easy to install using HDMI cable output. I was surprised to find video games in the menu! Cons: the paper manual and remote are on the small side. The manual is available on PDF file from MCM web site. I am happy with this purchase! :-)

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Fringe VHF/UHF/HDTV Outdoor Antenna Highly rugged, 28 element directional antenna is engineered to receive VHF-Hi and UHF signals for digital and high definition television broadcasts. It is especially useful in areas where digital broadcasts still exist on VHF ...

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30-2455 - Indoor / Outdoor UHF/VHF/FM HDTV Amplified Antenna

Indoor/Outdoor HD Television Antenna State–of–the–art antenna is designed to provide outstanding high definition television reception without the unsightly antenna appearance. It is also excellent for standard and HD FM radio reception. This unit may be pole or w...

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Infrared Repeater Kit for HDMI Cable Complete repeater kit provides a path for IR signals over existing HDMI cable. Simply attach the inline HDMI/IR adapters to each end of the HDMI cable, and plug in the corresponding IR target and IR receiver. It is that simp...

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83-11634 - PNY Attache 32Gb USB Flash Drive

Attaché provides the ultimate mobile storage solution for people on the go. Working on a presentation and need to take it with you? Want to share a new tune or pictures with your friends? Simply copy the file onto Attaché and take it with you -- put it in your poc...

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83-14298 - 2TB Backup Plus Desktop USB 3.0 External Hard Drive

Backup Plus from Seagate is the simple, one-click way to protect and share your entire digital life—without getting in the way of the rest of your life.

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83-14302 - 500GB Expansion Portable USB 3.0 External Hard Drive

The Seagate® Expansion™ Portable hard drive offers an easy-to-use solution when you need to instantly add storage to your computer and take files on the go. Features:



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83-14354 - Attache 64Gb USB Flash Thumb Drive

Attaché provides the ultimate mobile storage solution for people on the go. Working on a presentation and need to take it with you? Want to share a new tune or pictures with your friends? Simply copy the file onto Attaché and take it with you -- put it in your poc...

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