In order to browse, record and stream free broadcast HDTV on your Tablo DVR, you need both a hard drive (more on that here) and a digital antenna.
Over the next few blog posts we’ll be giving you an overview of all of the factors you need to consider in making an informed choice when deciding if Over-The-Air (OTA) HDTV is right for you, including antenna styles, tower location, geography, antenna placement, and available broadcast channels.
Move over MacGyver: HDTV Antenna Buyer’s Guide - OTA HDTV Blog #1
Location, Location, Location – How Where You Live Impacts Your OTA HDTV Reception - OTA HDTV Blog #2
Catch The Wave - How Geography, Surroundings and Obstructions Impact your OTA HDTV Signal Reception - OTA Blog #3
Position Matters – Choosing Where to Place Your HDTV Antenna - OTA HDTV Blog #4
What Channels Can I Get? - Introducing the Tablo TV Signal Locator - OTA HDTV Blog #5
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