[mythtv-users] Cheap UK frontend?
nikos.f at gmail.com
Tue Jun 3 22:39:42 UTC 2008
Yes - no problem. I bought an ATV in the US at an Apple store for $229, and
dual boot with Linux (I used Ubuntu because that's what the guide was
written for). The Nvidia chip is more than happy being fed PAL material,
which was then connected to my LCD TV with a HDMI cable.
When using it in Apple mode - it also works just fine with PAL, and even in
the Apple setup menus you can choose 720p_50 or 720p_60 for example. It
obviously will not play BBC HD.
Google atvbootlader. The developer has done a lot of great work making it
pretty easy to use.
On Tue, Jun 3, 2008 at 3:29 PM, migmog <andrew at migmog.com> wrote:
> 2008/6/3 Nick F <nikos.f at gmail.com>:
> > On 6/3/08, David Watkins <watkinshome at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> On 03/06/2008, Greg Cope <gregcope at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> > Anyone any recommendations for a cheap/small low power SD front end
> >> > the UK?
> >> I doubt you can get much cheaper/smaller/low power than the Hauppauge
> >> Otherwise the Mac Mini sounds a nice option.
> > Mac Mini is a brilliant option - but not that cheap. The AppleTV,
> > Linux, is a good option. If you can pick one up in the US they are
> > (about £115). SD playback is good (from captured DVB-S or T), bootup and
> Does an Apple TV from the US work with our UK PAL stuff?
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