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Cable TV to ethernet to PC to TV

Looking for a device that takes Cable TV to ethernet/Wifi and be able to watch TV in the computers in the Home Network.

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To The-Cranberry, I deleted your post. The link you gave displayed a warning by WOT, my browser security add-on.

You will want to sort that out,


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I'm sorry about that - since I am not using WOT I had no such warning, and therefore of course no idea there could be some security issue with that site...

Of course I understand that you deleted that one.

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Watching TV on Your Computer...


As Mark pointed out, the website of the solution I initially suggested seems to have some security issues.

So I installed the WOT plug-in to make sure this won't happen again and did some more research on the topic...

There are TV cards which allow you to watch something like 30-50 channels and cost around a hundred dollars or more.

But what really caught my attention was this software solution (no hardware to install) that provides over 3,000 channels for a one-time fee of only fifty bucks!

Check it out:

Have a nice time watching! Wink

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