Can you elaborate on which channel your speaking of? Most services such as Sling, YouTube TV, FuboTV and DirecTV Stream use a cloud DVR. That means you can access your recordings from anywhere in the world using any of the listed supported devices.
@AvsGunnar That isn’t linking recordings. That’s linking channels. We don’t know exactly what he is using for his DVR. Can he access the same channels from one Roku to another? Yes he can. Recordings are stored in the cloud
Is it possible to access recordings on say main TV (streaming stick) on another Roku connected tv say in bedroom.
That depends on what you mean by "recordings." If you mean an actual recording stored locally, such as via Tablo or Air TV, then yes, those recordings can be viewed on another Roku on the same network, as long as you're logged in to the same app (Tablo, Air TV/Sling) account.
If you mean a cloud-based DVR, then that depends on whether or not the app (Sling TV, YouTube TV, Frndly.TV, whatever) is logged in on the same account. If you are logged in to YouTube TV and have it record a show, you'll be able to watch it on any other device logged into the same YouTube TV account.
If neither of these are what you're talking about, please elaborate and give a specific example of what you're trying to do.
DBDukes Roku Community Streaming Expert Note: I am not a Roku employee.
If this post solves your problem please help others find this answer and click "Accept as Solution."