It's not an aiming issue with everything but the DVR+ but since the DVR+ isn't working it might be for it... sort of like saying I'm speaking loud enough since everyone can hear but the hard of hearing guy.
Based on the channels and their locations you can try aiming the antenna more so in their direction (hopefully without losing other channels). I had to do such before I raised the antenna a couple of feet in the attic.
I'm not sure how valuable the information is for the typical user. That being those within its target market. It's sort of like listening in on their tech support line... nothing but problems... in this case often it's it doesn't do what it wasn't designed to do...
With the fire sell on this projector many are justifying it to be used in virtually every type of installation. Personally, after seeing it in action I would pass with large screens (unless they were really high gain) and if there is any ambient lighting. It's simply not bright enough with any degree of calibration even with a new lamp... heaven forbid the lamp loses a good portion of its brightness within a few hundred hours. Might want to look at the Epson 5030UB...
I thought it was well done and was glad it was an affair not a murder... overall I think they underplayed most everything which I liked. My only complaint was a lot of things occurred in the TV world not the real world... but it is TV and a pilot to boot so I can't complain much. With all of that I can't see it holding my attention for long.
I read its renewal odds are fairly good. I guess its DVR numbers aren't bad and total number of viewers are actually fairly strong. Plus the accolades it receives can't hurt. CBS values the ole fart viewers more than the other networks so lets hope it gets renewed.
Seems like The Good Wife has been away forever and it's such a shame as last night's episode was as good or better than the already fantastic season. I'd post about what I really liked but that's pretty much the entire episode. Although, I did get a kick out of the judge's... I decided not to write that book.
Didn't Channel Master announce an extender quite a while back? Bingochea said that whole-home DRV functionality was one of the most-requested features, which is why the company is now developing an adapter that can be connected to other TVs in the house to stream recordings from a DVR+ over the local network. http://gigaom.com/2014/01/08/channel-master-dvr-plus-extender/
I know I already answered this but I thought I would post an image for future reference. It's a USB 2.0 drive attached to an i3. There are three recordings and one Xbox extender. As you can see not really a challenge... the tuners are networked HDHomeRuns on the same Gigabit switch.