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|05-08-2014 03:21 AM|
|jefferios||Since 2011 I build a full fledged HTPC which can record the free OTA signals for later viewing. I still have Kylo installed in case I want my netflix or anything else.|
|05-08-2014 03:03 AM|
|hodad66||I've been using a Roku for a few years.... watching Netflix, Amazon & HBO Go. Love it!|
|05-08-2014 12:30 AM|
Love my Roku. Running Plex Channel on Roku and Plex server on Linux box. Torrent to Plex server folder and voila, your own custom Netflix.
BTW: Chromecast has Plex on it now too.
|11-27-2011 07:47 PM|
|11-27-2011 04:39 PM|
|11-27-2011 03:03 PM|
|jefferios||The Roku is great, but I use Boxee and Kylo since I have a HDMI cable run to my TV.|
|11-27-2011 01:30 PM|
|11-27-2011 07:25 AM|
|sheureka||I've had mine for several years too - and finally dumped DirecTV about 4 months ago. I haven't missed it at all! I do get streaming Netflix, Amazon, Vudu and Hulu. And it seems that every time I check there are new channels being added to the Roku. If you any of you are classical music or jazz fans, check out classicaltv. It's really excellent. - sheureka|
|11-27-2011 06:10 AM|
|orngandblack||I have had the Roku 1 for quite a while. i watch NHL, MLB, Netflix, Crackle, Pub-D-Hub, a lot of nostalgic programming available also have Pandora through the 7.1 sounds great.|
|11-27-2011 05:53 AM|
+1 for no TV and for Roku. Don't watch much, but it does have movies (free with my Amazon Prime membership) and a good variety of news stations 'tho not BBC. For the rare occasions I watch, it works out great.
Oh, and, at least if you have wireless internet, the setup couldn't be easier.
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