It depends on what you want the DVR for. If you want it for broadcast TV channels "over the air" (OTA) that you receive with an antenna, there is the Tivo Roamio, the Magnavox DVRs, and some things you build out of various boxes and receivers. None of them will record streaming content from any of the Roku channels; they will only record the OTA antenna channels.Looking for a HD-DVR streaming device that will work with my Roku Ultra. I know there is a Tivo box that will do it, but I'd rather not pay monthly subscription fees. Any suggestions? Thanks.
Not that I know of. I think there are copyright / licensing problems with OTT content so you have to come up with your own solution. I don't know if people are allowed to discuss it here (I don't know of a solution, but there could be some out there).OK let me re-phrase my question. Is there a DVR that will record streaming video?
But doesn't the Tivo Bolt Vox DVR record streaming video?
Hard to believe a site that has an article on it's front page today about controversy on a Donkey Kong world record kerfluffle got something wrong on a tech piece.In that case, this article talking about Tivo Roamio on Venturebeat.com is very misleading.
"AT&T currently has a four-tuner box, while DirecTV has a 5-tuner solution.
The number of video sources that Tivo can record is growing. If you’re a cable subscriber, you can record regular cable channels like HBO, NBC, or ESPN, but you can also record shows on streaming services such as Netflix, Hulu, YouTube, Pandora, Spotify, and Amazon Prime."