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HDHomeRun Review Roundup

May 20th, 2009

For the moment I’ve come to the end of my HDHomeRun review, and overall I’ve been very impressed with what I can do with this little unit. I really love the fact I can watch freeview|HD on a wireless laptop with no need for a locally attached tuner. It is always a pleasure to deal [...]

HDHomeRun Review Part 3

May 20th, 2009

If you are coming to this review fresh I highly recommend you catch up on the previous instalments. Part 1 – HDHomeRun under OS-X Part 2 – HDHomeRun on Linux with VLC Here in part 3 we are trying to get the device to work with a recent build of MythTV. As Ubuntu 9.04 (Jaunty) [...]

HDHomeRun Review Part 2

March 29th, 2009

In the first part of this review we took a look at the DVB-T version of HDHomeRun under Mac OSX, and it is now time to try and get it working under Linux. Here I’ll take a look at usingi it on a Linux Desktop, and in Part 3 I’ll look at MythTV support. HDHomeRun [...]

HDHomeRun Review Part 1

March 18th, 2009

The HDHomeRun has been a popular device in the US for a number of years, and the DVB-T compatible version has just been released here in New Zealand. Local distributor DigitalPRIDE were kind enough to lend me a unit both for review, and to see how well it works with MythTV here in NZ. This [...]