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Halloween Savings on Ceton Gear

infinitv-6-pciCeton loves the holidays, and we love Ceton for it! For Halloween they’ve marked down the InfiniTV 6 PCIe and the Echo Windows Media Center Extender.

There’s no such thing as “too many tuners”, so why not add six more tuners to your home theater PC? The Ceton InfiniTV 6 PCIe is an internal CableCARD tuner that adds six digital cable tuners to your setup. That means any channel you could watch with a DVR from your cable provider can now be watched through your Windows Media Center PC. During this sale you’ll save 33% off the regular price. You can pick it up for only $199.

If your home theater PC already has enough tuners to satisfy your needs, maybe you’d like to expand your setup to include another TV. Ceton’s Echo is a Windows Media Center Extender that allows you to watch all the live and recorded TV from  your main Media Center on another TV. It also gives you access to your pictures, music, and video libraries. Right now you’ll save 45% as it can be had for only $99.

The sale ends at the end of the day on November 3rd, so don’t wait!

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Josh Pollard

Josh has been writing software since his parents brought home their first computer. His love for gadgets and technology eventually spurred a passion for home theater technology. After starting the DMZ, he received Microsoft’s MVP award for Windows Media Center. Even though the beloved home theater PC platform is all but dead he continues to tinker with consumer entertainment technology. He’s a life-long gamer and DIY smart home enthusiast. He co-hosts the Entertainment 2.0 podcast with Richard Gunther and the DMZ’s gaming podcast, Story Players, with Joe DeStazio.