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I'm looking for a good deal on an internal desktop TV card, with hardware MPEG2 encoding, and DVB-T (for freeview channels) thanks for looking :thumbsup:
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1d, 6m agoPosted 1 decade, 6 months ago
I'm looking for a good deal on an internal desktop TV card, with hardware MPEG2 encoding, and DVB-T (for freeview channels)

thanks for looking :thumbsup:
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1d, 6m agoPosted 1 decade, 6 months ago
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#1
http://www.pcnextday.co.uk/products/ProductDetail.asp?ProductCode=1513-2015

I purchased this one a few weeks ago and it works fine. It had a five star recommendation in a recent Computer Shopper test.
#2
I'm looking for one of these too. Is the USB version the same?
#3
I'm not sure if there is a USB version ..my daughter has the freecom USB model and that works fine..mind we do live in a strong signal area so get excellent reception from indoor ariels.

The freecom model is probably cheapest on Amazon as Postage is free..also try ebuyer.
#4
There is one on the same site. It's £5 extra but would suit me better. I do need to interface to a VCR too
#5
currychops
http://www.pcnextday.co.uk/products/ProductDetail.asp?ProductCode=1513-2015

I purchased this one a few weeks ago and it works fine. It had a five star recommendation in a recent Computer Shopper test.


Agreed, easy to install and works great.
#6
here are a lot of cheap one's on Ebay but I don't know how good they are
#7
I'd recommend buying a Hauppage branded TV card, i got one, dont know which model though lol, but they are good.
#8
How about this one
#9
Recommend that if you are going to be using an analogue signal (no freeview reception) that you get one with a hardware encoder and not a software encoder. Otherwise no matter how good your pc its a major performance hit and you will have no end of trouble with audio synch. :-(
#10
I'm more interested in using a VCR and my Son's PS2!

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