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Yes. I have a harddrive plugged into and it works perfectly
simon
· July 10, 2019
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A complete list of what the guide service buys is at https://www.tablotv.com/tv-guide-data-subscriptions/. Without it you get a 1 day guide and the ability to record by date & time & channel, or record shows on that day.
Cullen Johnson
· April 19, 2019
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You need to wire the Tablo to your antenna. It can talk to your router either through wifi or a wired Ethernet connection. Your TV needs an application which talks to Tablo and a network connection (wired or wireless).
Cullen Johnson
· April 19, 2019
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I would be more concerned with how good a digital antenna signal you have. The quad splits the signal 4 times. If some of your favorite channels are VHF you may have a problem.
ingalmi
· July 12, 2019
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I have and stayed on the monthly for the same reason, wish I had paid lifetime now. Still works without a hitch, although I have the 4 Tuner model.
lboz
· August 6, 2019
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The point is that many people only need the "primary" local channels. Also many streaming services don't offer local content (i.e. local NBC, ABC, Fox, CBS CW affiliates) so Tablo works as a complement to those services. Example: Use Sling TV to get the "extra" channels and use Tablo to record/view OTA local channels. … see more The point is that many people only need the "primary" local channels. Also many streaming services don't offer local content (i.e. local NBC, ABC, Fox, CBS CW affiliates) so Tablo works as a complement to those services. Example: Use Sling TV to get the "extra" channels and use Tablo to record/view OTA local channels. Once you've purchased the equipment you only have the low subscription for Tablo (or just get it out of the way with the $150 lifetime sub), so then all you are left with is the cost of your complementary streaming service. see less The point is that many people only need the "primary" local channels. Also many streaming services don't offer local content (i.e. local NBC, ABC, Fox, CBS CW affiliates) so Tablo works as a complement to those services. Example: Use Sling TV to get the "extra" channels and use Tablo to record/view OTA local channels. Once you've purchased the equipment you only have the low subscription for Tablo (or just get it out of the way with the $150 lifetime sub), so then all you are left with is the cost of your complementary streaming service.
The Loobster
· April 23, 2019
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No, an antenna is required.
Sandy Gearhart
· August 10, 2019
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Yes
Richard Grinnell
· May 17, 2019
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It records using external drives and works well.
Raldy A.
· August 16, 2019
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I looked into this problem also when I upgraded. The technical process is on their support page: https://support.tablotv.com/hc/en-us/articles/213345486-Moving-your-recordings-to-a-new-Tablo. But it states "Please note: At this time, this process is not supported on the new Tablo QUAD. This will be supported in futur… see more I looked into this problem also when I upgraded. The technical process is on their support page: https://support.tablotv.com/hc/en-us/articles/213345486-Moving-your-recordings-to-a-new-Tablo. But it states "Please note: At this time, this process is not supported on the new Tablo QUAD. This will be supported in future firmware updates, starting with version 2.2.26." At the time my Tablo was at version 2.2.24 and my quad was at 2.2.25. The version needed to be the same so I had to manually download anything I wanted to keep and place it on itunes to watch. I know this may not help unless your old table was upgraded to 2.2.26. see less I looked into this problem also when I upgraded. The technical process is on their support page: https://support.tablotv.com/hc/en-us/articles/213345486-Moving-your-recordings-to-a-new-Tablo. But it states "Please note: At this time, this process is not supported on the new Tablo QUAD. This will be supported in future firmware updates, starting with version 2.2.26." At the time my Tablo was at version 2.2.24 and my quad was at 2.2.25. The version needed to be the same so I had to manually download anything I wanted to keep and place it on itunes to watch. I know this may not help unless your old table was upgraded to 2.2.26.
Paul J. Delaluz
· May 23, 2019