[mythtv-users] Does Hauppaugh HVR 2250 work with Myth
paulin at spextreme.com
Fri Oct 10 23:32:45 UTC 2008
Thanks. I just sent the configuration I think I'm going with. So if things
go well I will probably purchase it all this weekend.
Yeah...I'm ready to start playing :)
On Fri, Oct 10, 2008 at 7:27 PM, Raphael <rpooser at gmail.com> wrote:
> Paulin wrote:
> > Raphael,
> > Thanks for the information. I'm still learning all of this stuff (well
> > outside my knowledge range :)
> > Anyway I pretty much have the most basic Comcast stuff so those channels
> > will be fine for me. It sounds like they are encrypting the extended
> > basic packages (and up). I pretty much only watch FOX, ABC, NBC, and
> > I was just reading the Wikipedia page on DTV and I get the SDTV, EDTV,
> > HDTV concepts a little bit better (clear as mud). So if
> > no conversion is need because it's in MPEG already then I will probably
> > look at getting the pcHDTV card (http://www.pchdtv.com/) and a
> > WINTV-HVR-1250.
> > There isn't any issue with mixing cards right? The reason I can't go
> > with two 1250 because I only have 1 PCIe slot which is what the 1250
> > appears to support. Any other recommendations.
> > And thanks for all the help. It is greatly appreciated.
> > Steve
> The PCHDTV cards seem to be pretty good according to the wiki. There is
> a page that lists several different cards here:
> It's not exhaustive though and sometimes the same category of
> information can be spread around the wiki so you might find more.
> Mixing cards is no problem. I have an HVR1250 and a pinnacle HD pro
> stick (usb tuner) for digital tuners, for instance, along with a PVR-150
> for analog in the same machine. As long as it works in linux and myth it
> shouldn't be a problem to mix and match.
> Good luck!
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