Difference between revisions of "ADS Tech"

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| [[ADStech XPress USBAV-192|ADS Tech USBAV-192]] || Analog || [[USB]] || {{yes}} || experimental, with patch
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| [[ADStech XPress USBAV-192|ADS Tech USBAV-192]] || Analog PAL/NTSC || [[USB]] || {{yes}} || experimental, with patch
 
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Latest revision as of 19:54, 27 October 2019

History

  • Founded in 1992
  • Acquired by Odesso in 2008
  • Head office in Cerritos, CA.

Devices

Digital television devices sold by ADS Tech
Model Standard Interface Supported Comments
Instant HDTV PCI ATSC PCI Yes Supports HDTV
Mini Dual TV DVB-T and analog hybrid USB No
Mini DigitalTV USB DVB-T USB No
MCE DualTuner-HDTV+NTSC PCI ATSC and NTSC hybrid PCI No Supports HDTV
MiniHDTVUSB ATSC USB No Supports HDTV
Instant TV DVB-T PCI DVB-T PCI Yes Product discontinued
Instant TV DVB-T USB DVB-T USB Yes Product discontinued
Instant TV (USBAV-704) Analog USB No
ADS Tech USBAV-192 Analog PAL/NTSC USB Yes experimental, with patch

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