[mythtv-users] Australian MythTV HDTV Cards

Duncan Thomas lists at goldtel.com.au
Mon Dec 4 12:56:21 UTC 2006

James McDonald wrote:
> I have been looking at www.linuxtv.org and trying to select a support 
> DVB-T card.
> However I'm not entirely sure of what will and wont work it seems when I 
> look at cards they have model numbers that are close to the supported 
> cards but not exactly so is it a try it and see proposition or are there 
> any Australian Users on list that can tell me what model and from where 
> they purchased their card.
> For example http://www.linuxtv.org/wiki/index.php/PCI_devices_DVB-T 
> lists Twinham cards but I have only found something close 
> http://www.i-tech.com.au/products/6191_TWINHAN_VP3020C_VISION_DTV_MINI_TER.asp
> Ultimately I am trying to end up with a converged media centre that will 
> let me watch and record HDTV and also play DVDs and MP3/Ogg music 
> controlled via a remote control
> I know that there is a host of documentation which I am slowly wading 
> through. However any pointers to Australian resources would be much 
> appreciated.
> Thanks
> James
Compro 300 - fires up but will not lock - signal too low
HVR 1300 - fires up but will not lock - signal too low

Sigh - they both work fine in winders.

Dvico lite ( I think they are referred to as a Dvico home now) works 
very well and is supported straight from a recent kernel.

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