The Network TV Tuner, formerly HD HomeRun, is a TV tuner for computers - Ethernet attached. The Network TV Tuner connects to your home router enabling you to watch and record TV from any computer on your home network. Similar to how a network printer is available to all computers, the Network TV Tuner serves high quality digital TV to your family room, bedrooms, kitchen, home office, even your backyard or garage - anywhere you have a computer. No opening your computer case to install a PCI card. No USB dongle tied to one computer.
NEW compact design
Network streaming - Stream television to any computer across a wired or wireless network, watch up to two channels on multiple computers
Twin HDTV tuners let you watch and record digital TV or record two channels simultaneously
Rewind, fast forward and pause live TV
Broadcast 1080i full HD digital television over your network without reducing picture quality
Records hours of digital TV straight to your hard drive, edit or remove unwanted content from your recordings to watch later
Mutliple Network TV Tuner units can be used together to expand the number of channels (expandable up to 4 channels)
Store your collection on an external hard drive, portable device or burn it to disc
Adam on 22.04.2012
About time something like this was available! Don't waste time and money trying to transcode anything! This beauty takes the MPEG stream straight from the off-air signal and streams it over your home network. And with dual HD tuners too! I find that it works great with EyeTV on my Mac, iPad and iPhone (streamed directly). Awesome product!!!
Big T on 14.05.2012
I have tested this with both my windows media pc and Mac, and WOW, i was able to watch TV on the IPAD / IPhone (wireless and 3G) with the EyeTV. No more fighting over who wants to watch what. :D iPhone / iPad streaming not available if you don't have the EyeTV (Mac Only). The HDHomeRun app in the U.S store is not compliant from what i read on their site.
Working well with Windows Media Centre
Geoff on 05.05.2013
I use two of these (enables 4 channels to be recorded or watched simultaneously) together with Windows Media Centre. I mainly use it for recording TV, rather than watching live. You can record (or watch live) from multiple PCs in the house, which access the common TVtuners. Initially had some problems with pixelated images, which turned out to be due my PC network card needing a driver update. (The manufacturer's support service identified the problem for me.)