The latest in technology from Dish Network. The ultimate receiver, for the price. Two tv's can independently watch two shows simutanously. With DVR fuctionality, and over 180 HD Channels, there is no comparrison.
DuoDVR ViP 722k - High-definition receiver for 2 TVs The DuoDVR ViP 722k connects to two TVs - one high-definition (HD) and one standard-definition (SD). View on separate TVs and simultaneous recording while watching another program. 500GB hard drive.
The Wally brings premium quality to a standard receiver! This feature-rich satellite receiver sports a modern look and brand-new user interface. Wally's technology enables users to enjoy a variety of apps and other great features. The Wally will be recommended for a non-Hopper solution without DVR capabilities. The Wally can only be paired with other Wally's. They can not be combined with other receiver families on the same account. Features HD single-tuner operation. New user interface with HD graphics. Sleek design allows for multiple installation options. Ethernet connectivity (optional USB Wi-Fi adapter available). Two USB 2.0 ports. HDMI port. DVR using optional external Hard Disk Drive. Netflix®, Game Finder and other apps. Bluetooth audio support (with use of USB adapter). Mobile antenna support. Over-the-Air (OTA) channel integration with separate OTA adapter. Supports 4K programming.
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High definition receiver for 2 TV's with simultaneous recording, displays up to 9 days of program listings/information, Dish Network interactive TV, HDMI & HD component video outputs.
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Many other USB TV Tuner sticks, but the feature you will need is NTSC (the thick coaxial cable) or Analog AV (RCA jacks) http://hauppauge.com/. Some come with IR blasters that let your computer change the channels on the Dish receiver.
Dish Network DVRs (ex. ViP622/722/922 & Hopper) can transfer (not copy) recorded shows between your DVR and an external USB hard drive. It can playback recorded shows stored on external hard drive but it cannot record directly to external hard drive.