[linux-dvb] Dual tuner DVB-T

timecop timecop at gmail.com
Sun Jun 10 16:08:10 CEST 2007

You could also just run Windows Media Center edition, and then you
wouldn't need any advice, because it "just works".


On 6/10/07, Stephen Rowles <stephen at rowles.org.uk> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I have a very small form factor PC there is just about space for one PCI
> card, so I could in theory fit a dual tuner card in there.
> I've looked through the wiki, but there isn't much data on which cards
> really work, so I would love some advice on what solutions actually work
> and people are using.
> There is the Nova-T 500, but in the wiki this mentions serious problems?
> Does this fully work now, streaming the whole TS, working with VDR etc?
> Or there is the DViCO Fusion HDTV Dual, it seems to have some problems
> though, can anyone using this confirm that it works with VDR, tuning
> while streaming, and streaming the whole TS?
> Other than that I am stumped, I could go with 2 usb tuners if there are
> any known good ones that will stream the whole TS? I was looking at the
> freecom one, but apparently that won't send the whole transport stream.
> Thank you
> Steve.
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