I get a bunch of stations, more than 40, but am always looking to improve. I have 2 antennae, a pre-amp, amp, whatever. I use this to feed the coaxial wire system in my house. One of the connections is to the Tablo. These 2 antennae are combined in my attic then fed into this system.
My question is: Is there a better scheme that will result in less signal loss?
1) I could feed the antennae directly into Tablo and use that to watch live TV as all of my TV's have Roku's, but surfing on Tablo takes too long to switch channels. Would want a 2 second switch. Maybe the Tablo Live TV is faster on different set-top-boxes.
2) I was excited to hear about Silicon Dust's HD Homerun as I could plug the antennae directly into it and connect it to my network. Once connected to the network, I would have clear channels on many platforms in my network. Unfortunately, Roku is not one of them. I cannot imagine that Tablo would play with HomeRun as they are direct competitors.
So, I guess what I am asking is: Is there a device like HomeRun that converts the signal to something that can be distributed over my network to Roku devices and my Tablo? Must have quick surfing, programming and play with Tablo.