Hey so I have a question would I be able to use this on my Xbox only having the subscription and not the Box

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So you now have the greatest media center software in the world! Now what?

It doesn't mean much if you can't stream consistently.

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Ive got a HDHR4-2DT for sale working on UK DVB-T.

Hello Everyone . I just got my HDhomerun prime.
Cant wait to get it up and running.

Does the model with hardware transcoding have surround sound output?

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Got 6 months to come up with a solution to cut the cord. The HD homerun prime sounds like a viable option. Zero of my 7 tv's are network ready. Looking at blu-ray players to fill this void. Can anybody suggest one that will stream live tv from the HD homerun prime, play movies from my networked hard drive, and connect to my soon to be built windows media center PC?

If TVs are so smart these days why I have to buy an extender to stream my cable digitally? I'm in the market for a new tv but don't want to buy one yet if there is a way to get the broadcast on the tv on some models that I am not aware of. TV salesmen don't know what I'm talking about when I bring this up.

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Are we any where near Mid-2013?

Back in Jan. SiliconDust announced HDHR4* which would support H.264. 

Did I miss it? 

How will this device play in ChromeCast world? 

These devices look interesting.... just don't want to experience buyers remorse after buying last years model.
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