[mythtv-users] Woot Special $69.99 Sale for Dual Tuner HDHR

Aaron aaron at rb303.net
Wed May 9 14:26:45 UTC 2012

On Wed, May 9, 2012 at 10:22 AM, John Drescher <drescherjm at gmail.com> wrote:

> > For those building a mythtv system, I recommend the HDHR boxes.  I
> switched
> > over from the Haugpage PCI Tuners a few years back and been happy ever
> > since.  You don't need to worry about buggy kernel drivers.  The HDHR box
> > sits on the network and mythtv will discover them during setup and use
> them
> > with minimal configuration.
> >
> The only problem is how much digital is not encrypted these days?
> John
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Depends on where you live and what provider you have. I have FiOS and get
22 ATSC channels from them. I do get a number of MPEG, DVB and other
channels as well, but do not have them configured. My HDHR Prime get's
nearly everything I'm subscribed to (there are a few SD channels that do
not work)
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