Currently partly supported:
- HVR 900 B2C0 Details
Currently available Hauppauge devices (16 Aug 2006)
(only available devices, not all of them are supported)
Analog Video Grabbing
- Impact VCB (Model 64XXX) 00558
- USB-Live (Model 403XX) 00609
Analog TV Viewing
- WinTV Express (Model 44XXX) 00751
- WinTV GO 2 (Model 347XX) 00750
- WinTV PCI-FM (Model 345XX) 00718
- WinTV USB (Model 402XX) 00569
- Supported by the USBVision driver
- WinTV USB-FM (Model 402XX) 00568
- WinTV USB2 (Model 420XX) 01017
- Supported by the em28xx driver
Hybrid Video Recording
- WinTV HVR900 (Model 65XXX) 00245
- Revision 1 supported by the em28xx driver
- WinTV HVR900 SE (Model 66009) 00280
- Stick inside the package is(?) actually HVR-900H (no support as of June 2008)
- WinTV HVR1100 (Model 67xxx) 01100
- WinTV HVR1300 (Model 96xxx) 01111
- WinTV HVR3000 (Model 14xxx) 01134
Personal Video Recording
- WinTV PVR-USB2 (Model 24xxx) 00960
- WinTV PVR-150 (Model 26xxx) 01048
- WinTV PVR-350 (Model 48xxx) 00991
- WinTV PVR-500 (Model 23xxx) 01072
Digital Video Broadcasting
- WinTV Nova-t (Model 90xxx) 00928
- WinTV Nova-T USB2 (Model 93xxx) 01091
- WinTV Nova-S-Plus (Model 92xxx) 00794
- WinTV Nova-SE2 (Model 92xxx) 00639
- WinTV Nova-T-Stick(Model 70xxx) 00293
- WinTV Nova-T-500 (Model 99xxx) 00283
Music, Video, Picture
- MediaMVP (Model 86xxx) 01005
- Wireless MediaMVP (Model 86xxx) 01133
Hauppauge Model Synopsis and internal names
848 based boards have the following Model numbers: 56XXX Mattituck WinCast 58XXX "Little Mattituc" WinTv analogue 60XXX "Plum Island" EuroCast 878 based boards have the following Model numbers: 64xxx Capture only (Impact VCB) 61xxx "Robins Island" 44xxx Neptune 39xxx Bridgehampton (WinTV-D ?) 38xxx Orient Point 37xxx Aquebogue WinTV Theatre 881 based boards have the following Model numbers: 34xxx Pluto 33xxx ????
Model 14xxx: WinTV-HVR-3000 Model 23xxx: Amity2DT PVR500-MCE (WinTV-PVR-500) Model 24xxx: WinTV-PVR-USB2 (see also 29xxx) Model 25xxx: Baldwin2 (low profile) PVR150LP-MCE Model 26xxx: Amity2 PVR150-MCE 260xx: WinTV PVR-150 Retail (no radio, with IR, no Audio RCA) 265xx: WinTV PCR-150 MCE (and OEM) (with radio, no IR, with Audio RCA) Model 28xxx: Roslyn, OEM only ! (follows Conexant Blackbird reference Design) This card has sometimes been incorrectly called the "PVR-250MCE". It has no official name other than its codename: "Rosyln In US it was also sold as PVR-160 (by Fry electronics and others...) Model 29xxx: Dering Harbor WinTV PVR USB2 /Retail (see also 24xxx) Model 30xxx: Baldwin1 or "Baldwin Harbor" (PVR 250 MCE LP) Model 32xxx: Amity1 or "Amity Harbor" WinTV PVR 250 /Retail (32059 MultiPAL, 32065 PAL B/G) 320xx: WinTV PVR 250 (no Radio, with IR, no RCA Audio) 325xx: WinTV PVR 250 MCE (or OEM or Freestyle) (with Radio, no IR, with Audio RCA) Model 39xxx: WinTV-D Model 40xxx: Waterville WinTV USB /USB FM/ MyTV2Go (Mac) Model 42xxx: Deltron WinTV USB2 Model 43xxx: Uranus WinTV PVR USB Model 45xxx: "Solo Jr." WinTV PVR PCI (with Kfir chip) Model 46xxx: WinTV HD (ATSC/NTSC) Model 47xxx: WinTV-Nova-S-USB2 Model 48xxx: Sag Harbor Model 480xx: PVR 250 ?? (without saa7127, no tv out) Model 481xx: PVR 350 ?? (with saa7127, with tv out) Model 484xx: OEM Freestyle aka PVR 250 MCE( white and red audio r+l rca jacks) Model 64xxx: New Suffolk Impact VCB Model 65xxx: 65008, 65018: WinTV-HVR-900 (EM2880) / 65009, 65019: Win-TV-HVR-930 (France) 65201 WinTV-HVR-950 (USA) Model 66xxx: 66009 WinTV-HVR-900H (sold as WinTV-HVR-900 model 280, NOT SUPPORTED YET!) Model 67xxx: WinTV-HVR-1110 (France?) Model 69xxx: 69009 WinTV-HVR-4000 /69100 WinTV-Nova-HD-S2 / 69500 WinTV-Nova-S2-HD Model 69100/69500: WinTV-Nova-HD-S2 (DVB-S2) Model 70xxx: WinTV-Nova-T-Stick Model 71xxx: WinTV-HVR-1200 (OEM only?) Model 74xxx: WinTV-HVR-1600 Model 75xxx; WinTV-HVR-1500 Model 76xxx: WinTV-HVR-1800LP Model 78xxx: WinTV-HVR-1800 Model 79xxx: WinTV-HVR-1250 Model 86xxx: "Video Dongle" MVP / MediaMVP Model 90xxx: Chelsea WinTV-Nova-T PCI (after August 2004) Model 90501: (UHF/VHF), Model 90500: (UHF) Nova-T MCE Chelsea DVB-T Model 92xxx: Bremman 92001 WinTV-Nova-S-Plus / 92500 WinTV-Nova-SE2 (only DVB-S connector, no other connectors) Model 93xxx: WinTV-Nova-T USB2 Model 94xxx: WinTV-HVR-1100 (Oxford) Model 95xxx: 95809 WinTV-Nova-TD-Stick Model 96xxx: WinTV-HVR-1300 (Dover) Model 98xxx: WinTV-HVR-1100 LP (Oxford HH) Model 99xxx: WinTV-Nova-T-500
Some Cards are OEM Technotrend cards and don't have Model numbers: (mappings from http://www.dvbshop.net/media/products/0741593001144144930.pdf) WinTV-Nova-S-PCI (=TT Budget 1500) WinTV-Nova-S-USB (=TT Connect S1810) WinTV-Nova-SE PCI(= TT BudgetS1400) WinTV-Nova-CI-S PCI WinTV-Nova-T (TT Budget) [Note: this is a different card from WinTV-Nova-T-PCI !) WinTV-Nova-T-USB (Connect T1900) WinTV-Nova-C-SUB (Connect C1100) WinTV-Nexus-S (=TT Premium 2300) WinTV-Nexus-CA (=TT Premium C2300 ???) ...
Note: MCE boards have no IR, but use the bracket space for RCA Audio (R+L) Note2: The term "Freestyle" is often used for OEM non-Retail versions of the cards. These are MCE cards technically. Note3: Sometimes OEM cards have fm radio (where the retail cards lacks this)
(Ciao Markus --
Any chance you could sort these by decoder chip and add links from the bt878 (I did that), saa713x, etc. pages? Check the "What links here" link to make sure people will be able to find the page.
What about this one -- where does it belong in your scheme? Not currently available? Availability now may not be the best criterion to use, as people with older cards also may need drivers?
Hauppauge WINTV DBX TV Stereo 125CHNL TV Tuner w/FM Stereo Radio PCI -- [writeup in Linux Journal]
maybe in another section yes, it's work and requires time that's the problem..
(Is there any possibility of shutting down WinTV Nova-S-Plus card or some kind of suspend mode to save some power? If I shut down my AC97, I can save about 3 watts. And I think that a TV card takes a lot of power.
I've encountered a problem with the Hauppauge WinTV NOVA-T 500 PCI card. In MythTV/Ubuntu if I tune to a DVB channel not currently broadcasting I expect to see a service screen telling me when the channel will return to service (this in in the UK). What actually happens is that Myth locks up. On one occasion I took a look on an alternate terminal and found that the Myth backend was chewing up the CPU. I took the box down to single user and back up to runlevel 2 but discovered that the USB subsystem was still hung - it couldn't see a USB stick when I plugged it in until I rebooted. It's not clear whether the problem is firmware, driver or MythTV but hanging the USB suggests it's a low level problem.