[mythtv-users] Which PVR Card
drew.einhorn at gmail.com
Mon Jul 6 22:44:38 UTC 2009
On Mon, Jul 6, 2009 at 4:14 PM, Brian Wood <beww at beww.org> wrote:
> QAM Modulators are certainly available, but they are not considered
> devices, and do not sell at consumer prices.
> Google QAM Modulator, you will find things like:
> If you are willing to risk FleaBay I see prices as low as $500, you're
> at twice that and up for new and warranteed units.
> I would think there are cheaper ways for you to go. The main advantage of
> is it makes more efficient use of spectrum space than NTSC, and I doubt you
> are going to distribute enough channels to make it worthwhile for you.
> But of course only you can answer that question.
I was under the impression that you could put HD signals on QAM
Are there ATSC modulators that will handle HD?
And will a standard TV be able to decode them?
If so, they are also probably expensive, too.
Or, is there another way to get a HD signal to a distant TV?
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