[mythtv-users] HDTV test & questions
rdfager at bobfager.com
Fri Dec 8 22:19:58 UTC 2006
I wouldn't worry about the HDHomeRun being stable. Along with many others
on this list I have been using an HDHomeRun for several weeks now. It has
been rock solid. It was very easy to set up and I have had no problems
with it since I added it to my system.
I have no affiliation with Silicondust or 9thtee. I'm just a very
satisfied customer. I'm sure you'll find a lot of us on this list.
On Fri, 8 Dec 2006, Mitchell Gore wrote:
> That box does look interesting but I am always worried about buying new
> products. Seems it was only released a few months ago. I want
> something stable.
>> From: myth at dermanouelian.com
>> Date: Fri, 8 Dec 2006 13:34:28 -0800
>> To: mythtv-users at mythtv.org
>> Subject: Re: [mythtv-users] HDTV test & questions
>> On Dec 8, 2006, at 12:30 PM, Mitchell Gore wrote:
>>> I am thinking about buying a HDTV capture card for OTA ATSC
>>> broadcasts. I am not sure which card to buy. At one point I
>>> bought the Fusion card but couldnt get it to work in linux and
>>> windows it would lock onto channels. Even though i am only 13
>>> milesf from the tower. Anyways...
>>> Which card would you recommend? I am looking at the pcHDTV 5500 or
>>> the AirStar 5000. Is the pcHDTV worth the extra $35 over the
>> Don't forget the HDHomeRun. For a little extra money, you get 2 HD
>> capture sources and it sits in its own external box so you don't have
>> to worry about drivers, using PCI slots, etc.
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