This winter I decided to consolidate my TiVo DVR service to a single Roamio that has one subscription and can stream a show to other rooms over the home network. The service is a lot nicer, but there is a catch. The TiVo units will not let you do this over a WiFi network, which is what I and many households use to connect network devices. Apparently, the TiVo engineers have deemed WiFi networks too unreliable to stream HD video signals, so that means I have to find a method to wire the devices across my house. One simple way around this problem is to use wireless bridge adapters, which are simple devices that take a wired Ethernet connection and pass it to a WiFi network. That will make the TiVo think it is on a wired connection, but ultimately the data is still transmitted wirelessly.
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My coax is feeding TV antenna to my TVs. Can I use a splitter? Thank you.
TVs connected to recent TiVo digital video recorders can already play back programs recorded on other TiVos on a home network; now, a new TiVo gadget lets you watch live or recorded TiVo content on a network-connected iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch—without disrupting playback on the TiVo-connected TV set. As before, the app lets you view the TiVo program guide, set or delete recordings, and use the iOS device as a TiVo remote. In my tests, the Stream performed quite well in the high-performance network environment called for in the system requirements.