Video: Check Out Dish Hopper 3’s ‘Sports Bar at Home’ Mode
The Dish Hopper 3 can create a quad mode view on a single display that allows the homeowner to seamlessly move between full-screen mode and quad mode, and select audio from an individual channel during quad mode.
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Among the many features of the new Dish Hopper 3 is the ability to create a "sports bar in the home" viewing mode for your clients.
Frank DeFilippis of Dish Networks showed off the feature at CES 2016. Drawing from as many as 16 tuners, the Hopper 3 can create a quad mode view on a single display that allows the homeowner to seamlessly move between full-screen mode and quad mode, and to select audio from an individual channel during quad mode.
The unit got accolades at CES from CE Pro's Julie Jacobson in this review.
Check out the video slideshow for a brief demo of the Hopper 3, as well as a look at the new Hopper GO unit.
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