Currently I have a setup with 2 hdhomeruns hooked into 2 different antennas. One is a stacked yagi on a rotor, the other is a Grey-Hoverman tuned for distant (100 miles) US networks. I’ve got it setup so that the one HDHomerun uses the high gain GH for the most difficult channels, and the other one is setup for the less demanding reception, and they both integrate seamlessly into the channel map.
@jurassicjockey I love the way you are thinking! However, I don’t see a way to get there without combining as the Tablo has only a single F connection.
You can definitely have 2 Tablos on the same network, so there is no problem using one for one antenna and a different antenna for the other.
Just make sure you remember which channel list goes with which Tablo, and it should work well.
Also note that one paid subscription will take care of both Tablos.
Yes 2 Tablos from different antennas will work well. Whenever you open a front end device app such as the Roku or iPad or Android app it will prompt you for which Tablo to connect to.
You can rename each Tablo to whatever you like so you know which Tabo is for what.
Wow. I entirely misread this original post. I thought he said only one Tablo, when clearly it says :
Sorry to be confusing. I promise to read more closely next time.
I’m wondering if I can do something similar with 2 Tablos. I just ordered a 2 tuner unit to play around with, and if it looks promising, I will order a second 2 tuner.
Thanks for the quick responses. It appears that this forum will be a good resource for the set up. I’ll be sure to report back on my setup once I have bugs worked out.