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You can see below other subcategories, which store information on:
 
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*'''[[:Category:Video capture cards|Video capture cards]]''',  which receive a TV or video signal for the computer.
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*'''[[Video capture card|Video capture cards]]''',  which receive a TV or video signal for the computer.
 
*'''[[:Category:Video display cards|Video display cards]]''', which send graphics to a display device such as an LCD screen or projector.
 
*'''[[:Category:Video display cards|Video display cards]]''', which send graphics to a display device such as an LCD screen or projector.
 
*'''[[:Category:Sound cards|Sound cards]]''', which process sound and send it to speakers.
 
*'''[[:Category:Sound cards|Sound cards]]''', which process sound and send it to speakers.

Revision as of 02:01, 28 September 2010

This category holds information about the hardware required to operate MythTV. The main article for this category is hardware.

You can see below other subcategories, which store information on:

  • Video capture cards, which receive a TV or video signal for the computer.
  • Video display cards, which send graphics to a display device such as an LCD screen or projector.
  • Sound cards, which process sound and send it to speakers.
  • Remote controls, for controlling your MythTV box like a normal TV.
  • Cases, for housing all the other hardware in a box.
  • Computers, for off the shelf computers that will run myth.
  • Bare Bones System, for bare-bones systems (ie: add your own CPU/Memory/HD) that will run myth.
  • HDTVs, High Definition Televisions
  • Platforms, Hardware / OS packages that can run MythTV.
  • Keyboards, Take advantage of the extra keys on your keyboard.
  • Other articles that do not fit into subcategories are just listed here under hardware.