[mythtv-users] DVB card for Australia (melbourne)
mithro at mithis.net
Wed Mar 16 08:28:36 UTC 2005
I'm using a VP card here in Adelaide. It works pretty well for all
channels apart from Seven (which seems to be a mythtv problem I'm yet to
My system is also not fast enough to do HDTV, but I'm not sure what the
I also like the VP remote. It's got a nice feel and xmodmap allows it to
become a good interface to mythtv.
It VP is a very cheap quality card but works well.
On Wed, 2005-03-16 at 12:27 +1100, Rod wrote:
> Hi Brad..
> I have a VP card in my system and have no problems, I have better
> reception on Myth than I do when i'm running the Windows software that
> came with the card.
> I'm in the outer East of Melb and just running a pair of "Rabbit Ears"
> but I am thinking of a Mr Antenna aerial at some stage ($200) to get a
> better pickup on some channels, apart from this, Channel 2, 7 are fine,
> 10 a bit scratchy, and I haven't found 9 yet, but the autoscan in 0.17
> finds it...
> I just have to work out how to reprogram the channels so when its
> recording Channel 7 I don't get that "travel destinations" thing that I
> have so many copies of, and the EPG for Channel TEN ;o(
> Brad wrote:
> >HI Guys,
> >Any recommendations for a DVB card that works well for Melbourne AND
> >mythtv (knoppmyth).
> >I am currently looking at
> >Avermedia DVB-T 771 for AUS $145
> >VisionPlus HDTV Digital TV Tuner card with remote control AUS $125
> >Open to any suggestions. Any feedback welcome.
> >I dont really care about HD at the moment.
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