Innovative DVR hardware

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clarkss12
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Innovative DVR hardware

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Beelink sent me one of their newest Android boxes with dual HDD bays, the GS-King X. It is a "quasi" NAS, but with the dual HDD bays, it makes a great HDHomeRun DVR. This device supports 16TB hard drives, for a total of 32TB capability. There is nothing like it on the market that I have found. I am currently using my 4TB WD Mycloud NAS that I got from SiliconDust as my DVR.

I made a video on what it looks like........ It really is a multi-function device, DVR server and client.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r2K1fJBAb1s&t=66s

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LOL at "pressing the pause/play button 12 or 13 times to get into these settings". :D

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Re: Innovative DVR hardware

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It's not AndroidTV, probably will have trouble using the HDHR Prime or playing any DRM. use a Shield with external HDD

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rrussis82 wrote:
Sun Jul 12, 2020 6:05 pm
It's not AndroidTV, probably will have trouble using the HDHR Prime or playing any DRM. use a Shield with external HDD
True, it is for OTA recordings. Getting ready for the ATSC 3 OTA broadcast.

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