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Getting OTA locals on DLNA device

Discussion in 'Network Video Streamers' started by bclinton, Jan 5, 2010.

  1. bclinton

    bclinton Standard Member

    Jan 5, 2010
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    Do any of you know if there is a device that will pipe my local OTA channels out through my HTPS that I have set up in my living room? My setup right now is Direct multiple direct tv receivers (5), one htpc that I have Playon running on. I want to get rid of the satellite bill. I was looking at buying 4 of the upcoming Boxee Boxes to replace each direct receiver. The only thing I dont have a solution for is how to get my locals on the Boxee Box. I was thinking if there was some kind of tuner that I could install on my HTPC and have it broadcast my locals out somehow so the Boxee Box could add the feed as a channel. Does that make sense.

    bottom line - I am tired of paying 100 a month for satellite when most everything is on the Boxee/Playon and local OTA.

    Any suggestions?

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