Published: Fri, September 21, 2018

Fire TV Recast offers both DVR and streaming on the go

Fire TV Recast offers both DVR and streaming on the go

The Fire TV Recast is a DVR, but it doesn't have its own video outputs.

The new DVR costs far more than their competitors who already have apps on the Fire TV with a cost of $229.99.

Amazon was on fire earlier today, having announced quite a few new products, so the fact that the company introduced a new device called Fire TV Recast shouldn't surprise anyone. The companion app will help with the setup process so that things run as smoothly as can be, and once you've found the flawless spot, the antenna sends its signal through the Recast which then beams your local TV channels to your Amazon Fire TVs and Echo Shows.

You can find the Fire TV Recast on Amazon HERE.

When connected to a Fire TV streaming media player or a Fire TV Edition TV, your favorite live, recorded, and streaming content is all in one place.

With Alexa on Fire TV or Echo Show, it's easy to control Fire TV Recast with your voice and quickly get to the programs you want.

Access to the free Fire TV app on a Fire tablet (5th Gen or above), or an iOS 10 (or above) or Android 4.4 (or above) mobile device. This lets you stream your antenna to Fire TV, Echo Show, Android, and iOS.

The Amazon Fire TV Recast will release on November 14th and can be pre-ordered at Amazon here.

4-tuner model with 1TB of storage that allows users to record up to 4 shows at once and holds up to 150 hours of HD programming for $280. Unlike competing services, no subscription is required. The Recast, whose starting model will have two tuners and a 500GB hard drive, will then stream video to any of your connected devices.

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