Cord Cutting 5: The last piece of hardware (for now)

The last piece of cord cutting hardware (for now) arrived yesterday: The SiliconDust HDHomeRun Extend. This dual OTA (over-the-air) tuner with integrated transcoding was my approach to resolving the last gap after cutting the cord from DISH Network: being able to stream all my local OTA channels, not just the tiny subset supported by Hulu with Live TV, and secondly, to have DVR capabilities for all of those — especially The CW (Channel 2.1 here in Denver), and my occasional indulgence, Buzzr (which is carried on Channel 3.3 here). So, how’s it working out so far?

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