[mythtv-users] Best stereo TV tuner card for Linux?
mmbrich at ldl.fc.hp.com
Thu Mar 27 17:16:53 UTC 2003
I have used this one too and it works great. If you want some of the
same features for less $ you can go with the AverTV card. It has the
dbx and a bttv tuner chip for about $49 as compared to $79 for the
WinTV. The Aver is missing the remote control and has no FM tuner,
basically it's no-frills and it works great with btaudio too.
On Thu, 2003-03-27 at 09:41, Merle Reine wrote:
> Thank you. I have one and will try it.
> On Wed, 2003-03-26 at 19:58, Chris Palmer wrote:
> > Merle Reine wrote
> > > I have tried to many cards but would like to get the definitive best
> > > supported TV tuner card for mythtv.
> > can't say that it's the "best", since it's the only TV card I've
> > tried under linux in the last couple years, but several folks here,
> > including myself (in a recent btaudio thread) have mentioned success
> > using btaudio with the Hauppauge WinTV-dbx Model 401.
> > -Chris
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