Join Date: Aug 2008
Location: Atlanta, Georgia
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I'm looking for a cablecard DVR (or other DVR that can record all digital cable channels, if something like that exists) that can be accessed over a network by set top boxes. The HDHomerun Prime looks like a good solution, except it is mainly geared towards HTPCs as the "clients". I am looking for something that I can use without PCs in the mix, where all of the recordings and everything is centrally managed and universally accessible. Hopefully, I could use something fairly inexpensive as the set top box (like a Roku).
It looks like the Ceton q and Ceton echo might do this, but they don't exist yet, and the echo looks like it is going to be quite pricey.
Does something like this exist? Or does the DRM on premium channels prevent it?