[mythtv-users] DVB-T card buying advice

Phil Foxton phil at thefoxtons.org.uk
Tue Sep 19 09:15:55 UTC 2006

I use, with good effect, the Dvico FusionHDTV Dual, the driver have been
in the linuxtv tree since the beginning of the year and are now in the
Linux kernel, IIRC.

If you want a single tuner card, the Compro DVB-T300 is a good stable
one too.

I have blogged about it: http://trueentropy.linuxbloggers.com

Let me know if you need any other help.


On Tue, 2006-09-19 at 10:05 +0100, Ben Francis wrote:
> I used to own a Hauppauge Nova-t PCI but it doesn't work any more so I'm 
> looking to buy a new DVB-T card. I was thinking of buying the 
> WinTV-HVR-1100 but when I went to purchase it online I noticed that 
> Hauppauge have brought out a new dual DVB-T card, the Nova-T-500 which I 
> actually prefer the look of. 
> (http://www.hauppauge.co.uk/pages/products/data_novat500.html).
> Because the card is so new I don't expect a Linux driver will be 
> available. Can anyone advise on which card to buy and how long it is 
> likely to be until a Linux driver for the new Nova-T-500 comes out of 
> the Linux community?
> Many Thanks
> --
> Ben "tola" Francis
> http://hippygeek.co.uk
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