jkember at gmail.com
Fri Mar 4 02:26:52 UTC 2005
I too, am interested in using the Roku HD1000 as a frontend. Any
comments from users?
On Thu, 13 Jan 2005 09:13:35 -0500, David Shay <david at shay.net> wrote:
> << Sorry for the cross-post, meant to send only to -users>>
> I saw some posts about a year ago on the Roku HD1000
> (http://www.rokulabs.com/products/hd1000/index.php) . I am mainly
> interested in using it as a HDTV frontend. I already have an Epia M10000
> acting as a master backend (PVR-250) and frontend , with another machine
> which currently has a PVR-250 and will soon have a PCHDTV-3000 card in it.
> Unfortunately, the Epia doesn't have the horsepower to decode HDTV, as I
> understand it. I really wanted something with an A/V profile (and
> relatively silent) to use, but it needs to be able to decode HDTV. It looks
> like out-of-the box, with some very minor hacking, you could mount an NFS
> filesystem and play the HDTV streams recorded by the PCHDTV-3000. They also
> have an SDK which might be able to further extends it's abilities with
> respect to Myth integration.
> Is anybody using one of these at all? Anybody using it in conjunction with
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