Any. Roku, Chromestick, Firestick, Apple tv etc. Smart tv.
You will need one for each tv but the roku are as cheap as $30.
It is all in that link he posted.
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Sling TV is a streaming service, much like cable, but via the internet. https://www.sling.com/
You will have to do some of the research yourself, because everyone is not looking for the same things. You can start with sling.com and see if you like what they offer, and you can scroll to the bottom of their page to see what devices are compatible.
For most of these services, the Amazon Fire Tv Box
and Amazon Fire Tv Stick
are commonly used, and tend to offer the best user experience.
The Box offers a faster processor, as well as expandable memory, over the Stick.
You can check out the rest of the streaming services, as well as look at what streaming devices are compatible with them on their sites:
Direct TV Now
There are others, but they aren't viable at this point.
People who are using the playstations are usually people that already had it as a game console.
OTA antenna's have a wide range of pricing, depending on the antenna itself and it's capability. I would check each of the steaming services first to see what they offer live already and decide if you need an OTA antenna at all.
You can use this website to test your actual speeds, and they also have an app on Google Play and Apple's App Store as well for your phone if you want to check it that way. http://www.speedtest.net/
Your speed may vary based on time of day as well, so you may want to check your speeds during peak hours to make sure it isn't dropping too much. If it is, you may need to look at other options.
Here is a decent article on some of the streaming devices themselves.
This website below is also really great for keeping up with the changes going on with this topic. Lots of good information, and they are constantly updating information as well.
BTW, like Gren already said, all of these streaming services are NO contract, so you can bounce around as one becomes better than the other.
Sling TV is good $25 plus $10 gets you sports package which includes like every football game in the country. ESPN 3 ESPNU sec network acc pac 12 it's incredible . Just no big 10 network only because they are super greedy. unless you spend $100 you finally get big 10 network.
I have zero complaints other than live tv is slightly delayed, so watching football games and being in the chatterbox don't mix well
Now, PS Vue in my area has all the locals live (well 20-30 seconds delayed from cable viewers), So NBC, FOX, CBS ABC and I believe the CW are all available, so 99% of the time I do not need the OTA Antenna.
However, were I to live in a different area, the antenna would have more use. It still work great, I still have it set up like when I first started making the switch. Only difference is I pretty much only use it when there is something on those main channels, like UF playing on CBS. And the one off chance that my internet goes down but still have power (happened once).
Interestingly, it seems like OTA antenna is up to 8 seconds ahead of cable viewers, so I get a jump on the chatterbox those days
PS Vue has been great, even added some channels we liked but left behind, so now we have pretty much everything we liked before cutting the cable.
I will eventually shop the other streaming services, but for now I am very happy with PS Vue.
only other thing I might consider is taking the deal with Spectrum for a year, then going back to cutting the cord when that is up, but for now, I dont see a reason to.
Cutting cable is not as hard or complicated as some people think, but it is best to do some homework. Know what you want when you make the switch and find the right streaming service that fits your wants, i.e. channels.
I would still recommend the antenna for anyone that lives in an area that they cannot stream live locals. It is cheap, great reception, and there may even be better versions on the market now, but the brand 1byOne is solid.
I've got PS Vue and have had it for over a year now... it's great and I'm never going back. They are getting done local channels but i use an antenna for locals because the picture is better...hd antenna have better hd than even cable or dish and i got mine for like $5
Well, I have officially made the move.
I stuck with Spectrum for the internet at 60 mbps. They are charging $64.99 a month (all in), and that is non promotional, so it will always be that price.
Hopefully I can find some better options over time for internet, but they just don't exist yet in my location that I am aware of.
Streaming PS Vue Elite plan for $54.99 (not opposed to jumping to other streaming services as they get live locals online but we'll see).
Using a PS4, 1 Amazon Fire TV Box, 2 Amazon Fire TV Sticks, and my 10.1" Samsung Tablet for good measure
Ran a test last night with all 5 streaming PS Vue at the same time on the different profiles, and all worked well. Typically my speeds here are between 55 and 70 mbps (under the 60 mbps plan), and with all five streaming we still had about half the bandwidth left.
The PS4 is the best experience while viewing, but the Fire TV Box is right their with it (minus the multichannel viewing capabilities). There is a noticeable difference between the Fire TV Box and the Sticks, while scanning the guide, though it is not a game killer.
So far no real issues with the streaming or playback.
Occasionally a split second buffer pops up but it is random and rare and doesn't really do anything to the viewing experience as it is literally less than a second. Certainly not an issue considering what I am saving.
My Spectrum bill was actually going to go up to over $191 a month.
With this move I will be saving ~$72 a month. So I will have the Amazon products paid off in a little over two months. After that, over $850 a year in savings. Not bad when still getting pretty much all the channels we want to watch.