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444Rolly
Level 7

Multiple Roku tv's

If I hook an outdoor TV antenna to my new Roku TV, will it show the OTA channels to another Roku TV on the same wifi network?

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renojim
Level 21

Re: Multiple Roku tv's

No, sorry.  Each TV needs its own antenna.

You could get a network tuner like the HDHomeRun and use the Roku channel/app to view it on multiple TVs, but it's hard to recommend that one given all the problems with the Roku channel reported here.  There's probably others, but I don't know.

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444Rolly
Level 7

Re: Multiple Roku tv's

Thanks Jim.

Didn't figure I would get that lucky. 

Tablo might be the way to go. I'll keep investigating other players.

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