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Channel Master CM-7000 DTV converter box now coupon eligible

Darren Murph
March 21, 2008
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Although Channel Master's CM-7000 was announced some time ago, many assumed the "HDTV compatible" logo on the front would keep it from becoming eligible for use with those $40 government-issued coupons. Granted, the marketing is still a bit wonky here -- after all, you can't really "Get Free HDTV" when the maximum output of the unit is 480i -- but at least it has finally slid into the NTIA's list of voucher-eligible boxes. According to early reviews, the reception / interface isn't half bad, so those who've been holding out in hopes that this critter would make the list, you know what to do.

Read - Channel Master Digital To Analog Converter Box Now NTIA Coupon Eligible
Read - CM-7000 user impressions




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