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Thread: A good HDTV tuner PCIe card?

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    Ext User(Ant) Guest

    A good HDTV tuner PCIe card?

    Hello.

    I think one of my old Air2PC-ATSC-PCI HDTV tuner cards, from 2005, died
    earlier today since it can't seem to get any signals from any antenna.
    My other one is still fine.

    Does anyone know what's a good PCIE (PCI slots are hard to find in newer
    motherboards these days) HDTV tuner card to get? It needs to be
    compatible with both Windows XP+ (use DVB Viewers) and Linux (Debian
    stable).

    Thank you in advance. :)
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    Ext User(David H. Lipman) Guest

    Re: A good HDTV tuner PCIe card?

    From: "Ant" <ANTant@zimage.com>

    > Hello.
    >
    > I think one of my old Air2PC-ATSC-PCI HDTV tuner cards, from 2005, died
    > earlier today since it can't seem to get any signals from any antenna.
    > My other one is still fine.
    >
    > Does anyone know what's a good PCIE (PCI slots are hard to find in newer
    > motherboards these days) HDTV tuner card to get? It needs to be
    > compatible with both Windows XP+ (use DVB Viewers) and Linux (Debian
    > stable).
    >
    > Thank you in advance. :)


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    Ext User((PeteCresswell)) Guest

    Re: A good HDTV tuner PCIe card?

    Per Ant:
    >Does anyone know what's a good PCIE (PCI slots are hard to find in newer
    >motherboards these days) HDTV tuner card to get? It needs to be
    >compatible with both Windows XP+ (use DVB Viewers) and Linux (Debian
    >stable).


    If nothing comes up, consider an end run: a SiliconDust HD HomeRun
    tuner. It's claim to fame is that it lives outside of your PC and
    connects to your router and not the PC. The PC then connects to it
    over the LAN.

    I've been using two of their twin-tuner boxes (4 tuners total) for at
    least five years with zero problems. No slots used, totally fungible
    between PCs... what's not to like? OK, at eighty bucks they might be
    more expensive.... But they seem to be very good tuners.

    TinyURS seems to be down or I'd post a link. Google "Silicondust
    HDHomerun" and look at the NewEgg hit.



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    Ext User(Ant) Guest

    Re: A good HDTV tuner PCIe card?

    > If nothing comes up, consider an end run: a SiliconDust HD HomeRun
    > tuner. It's claim to fame is that it lives outside of your PC and
    > connects to your router and not the PC. The PC then connects to it
    > over the LAN.


    > I've been using two of their twin-tuner boxes (4 tuners total) for at
    > least five years with zero problems. No slots used, totally fungible
    > between PCs... what's not to like? OK, at eighty bucks they might be
    > more expensive.... But they seem to be very good tuners.


    > TinyURS seems to be down or I'd post a link. Google "Silicondust
    > HDHomerun" and look at the NewEgg hit.


    The only thing about network one is that my network isn't that stable
    and is onl 100 Mb/sec. especially if I am going to do basic heavy file
    transfers. Also, my network connection likes to disconnect. What
    happens if that happens if I am recording to my computers? $80 isn't bad
    though.
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    Ext User((PeteCresswell)) Guest

    Re: A good HDTV tuner PCIe card?

    Per Ant:
    >The only thing about network one is that my network isn't that stable
    >and is onl 100 Mb/sec. especially if I am going to do basic heavy file
    >transfers. Also, my network connection likes to disconnect. What
    >happens if that happens if I am recording to my computers? $80 isn't bad
    >though.


    By "my network" do you mean your internet connection or your home LAN?

    If #1, that's moot.

    If #2, I'd be surprised if it could not be easily remedied.
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    Ext User(Hot-Text) Guest

    Re: A good HDTV tuner PCIe card?

    "(PeteCresswell)" <x@y.Invalid> wrote in message news:ju6s49d2l5hs0b4famnismn7hg3n9mv64l@4ax.com...
    > Per Ant:
    >>The only thing about network one is that my network isn't that stable
    >>and is onl 100 Mb/sec. especially if I am going to do basic heavy file
    >>transfers. Also, my network connection likes to disconnect. What
    >>happens if that happens if I am recording to my computers? $80 isn't bad
    >>though.

    >
    > By "my network" do you mean your internet connection or your home LAN?
    > If #1, that's moot.
    > If #2, I'd be surprised if it could not be easily remedied.



    > Pete Cresswell


    Old PC LAN or 10 mdps

    Home Network LAN today is
    Speed: 100.0 mdps to 400.0 mdps

    Now Internet Network Modems
    for a IDSN
    22.0 kbps to 144 Kbps
    for a DSL
    Speed: 10.0 mdps to 100.0 mdps
    for a Cable
    Speed: 10.0 mdps to 200.0 mdps
    for a T3
    Speed: 10.0 mdps to 700.0 mdps

    Some where in that Speeds






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    Ext User(Ant) Guest

    Re: A good HDTV tuner PCIe card?

    On 10/3/2013 6:39 PM PT, (PeteCresswell) typed:

    >> The only thing about network one is that my network isn't that stable
    >> and is onl 100 Mb/sec. especially if I am going to do basic heavy file
    >> transfers. Also, my network connection likes to disconnect. What
    >> happens if that happens if I am recording to my computers? $80 isn't bad
    >> though.

    >
    > By "my network" do you mean your internet connection or your home LAN?
    >
    > If #1, that's moot.
    >
    > If #2, I'd be surprised if it could not be easily remedied.


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