Requires a Fire TV device, Echo Show, or Fire TV mobile app. No way to watch from a computer. Even HD broadcast television looks soft on recent 4K TVs. The Amazon Fire TV Recast adds live broadcast television viewing and recording to your Fire TV or mobile device, without a subscription. Broadcast television still exists, and you can still use it for free. If your TV has a tuner (indicated by that little screw-in connector on the back that says ANT), you can connect an antenna and watch all the local broadcast channels available in your area. That doesn’t mean you’ll have access to the modern features of watching live TV in the 21st century, though; you’ll only be able to tune to one channel at a time, your channel guide might be limited, and you probably won’t have any DVR. The Amazon Fire TV Recast fixes that by offering multiple tuners and dozens of hours of recording space for a single lump price and no subscription fee. The Fire TV Recast works very well if you have a Fire TV Stick 4K, a Fire TV Cube, or a Fire TV Edition television to watch with, but it doesn’t function as a media streamer on its own, and the broadcast TV it captures might be ...