The Channel Master TV is a new DVR that squarely targets cord cutters who don’t want to pay any monthly subscription. But is the device worth $400? Check out our take on it:
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Show notes for this episode:
- Channel Master TV started selling at the beginning of November for $400. Check out the Channel Master website for more information.
- This DVR offers a free two-day EPG. Users who want a more advanced EPG need to subscribe to a premium guide, which costs $50 per year.
- Want a DVR but don’t want to pay $400? Then check out our review of the EyeTV One TV tuner and DVR.
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