DVBLink streams live and recorded TV to the Amazon Fire TV from any tuner connected to a PC or NAS


If you want to watch and record over-the-air, cable, or satellite programming through an Amazon Fire TV or Fire TV Stick, your main options are buying an HDHomeRun or Tablo device. These are small boxes with TV tuners inside that connect to your network and stream content through dedicated Fire TV apps. However, if you want to use your own hardware, then the new DVBLink Theater app from DVBLogic may be right for you. DVBLogic makes server software that runs on Mac or Windows PCs, as well as numerous NAS brands like Synology, QNAP, Netgear, and Western Digital. You connect a TV tuner card or USB TV tuner to the PC or NAS running their server software, and it handles all TV show recordings and streaming, and makes it all accessible through the free Fire TV app. The server software is a bit pricey at €49 (about $55), but is available to try free for 20 days, to see if it’s right for you. The DVBLink Theater app is free, as are all their other client apps, and is compatible with all Fire TV and Fire TV Stick models.


  1. boudyka says:

    Wow..Amazon what saying no to Kodi because of the dmca but yes to DVBLink!!! What utter hypocrisy because they charge for it. I’m not saying another word.

    Just Google what its actually it was and still is used for…

    • xnamkcor says:

      Or it’s because they felt Kodi facilitated watching Home Video copies, while watching recordings of Broadcasts are treated differently.

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