Here is SiliconDust's position on a cablecard reader DIRECTLY interfacing to a TV.
None of our products have a video output. They are all designed for use with computers or other smart devices. There really isn't any product on the market from any company designed to do what you want. The cost of developing and certifying CableCARD equipment is too high to justify creating a basic box, unless a cable provider were to commit to buying several hundred thousand of them.
From: "David Iacino"
Reply-To: "David Iacino"
Date: Mon, 16 Sep 2013 07:23:51 -0400
Subject: HD HomeRun Prime
>I would like to use your subject device as a cable card reader to eliminate my Verizon-supplied fios digital adapter. He is how I need to connect to my TV---not my PC, but to my TV.
>The fios RF Cable will feed the HD HomeRun Prime. From there, I need to direct connect to my TV's HDMI Input. How can I accomplish that?
>If I cannot do this with HD HomeRun Prime, do you have a device that will do this? I really do not need DVR capabilities, but am willing to accept that in order to interface a cable card reader directly to my 22" Samsung kitchen TV. The TV has inputs for component cables, a USB (for mp3 and JPEG files only), and 2 HDMI inputs.
>Thank you in advance for considering my request.