[mythtv-users] Other Hardware questions. (was: Radio tuner cards?)
Plug at bryceco.net
Fri Mar 7 04:34:12 UTC 2003
I know the CMI8738 chip works. There is even a program called cmictl to
edit the memory registers of the chip. A.k.a. change settings. The chip
also does digital stuff as in optical and d.coax but I haven't had a lot
of time to test them but they do work.
The chip is on cards marked as "6 channel" and similar and it'll say
"CMI8738" on it.
On Thu, 2003-03-06 at 06:43, barryc wrote:
> >Found this. It's cheap, old, ISA and supported by the kernel.
> >ADS Cadet PC Radio RDX-1187- Radio Input Adapter ISA-Plug-In Card (FM/AM
> Sweet. Just what I was looking for.
> Now I just need to decide on a good quad-channel sound card with good linux
> support, and then find the time when I can start working on the machine I want
> to build to replace the stereo in my car.
> On a somewhat related note, (I say somewhat, because this is a feature I'd like
> to see in the home-stereo based system I'm contemplating, too) Does Myth have
> any support for displaying info on an LCD module? (connected via
> It'd be nice to have a display on the front of the box (not on the screen)
> telling you what channel you're watching/recording, what MP3 you're playing,
> what track on the CD you're on and where within that song you are, (min:sec)
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Bryce C <Plug at BryceCo.Net>
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