TV PCI Card

  catpwss 26 Apr 11
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I'm using windows 7,And thinking of getting a tv card so I can make use of the windows media centre.Now once I have fully installed the card and updated the tv stations etc,If I record a program from the pc via wmc can I then copy that program by using the windows movie maker to a dvd disc and wath it on a dvd player. Finally what bwould be the best option of a tv card to purchase,& the best place. thanks,c.

  proudfoot 26 Apr 11

I have a Hauppauge in my PC, you will need a feed from a TV aerial. As regards supplier try Amazon.

  catpwss 26 Apr 11

st-clares,Thanks for your reply.But would it be poossible for you to give me a bit more details on the product model and how it works etc.Thankyou.

  proudfoot 27 Apr 11
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Suggest you check out this link http://www.amazon.co.uk/Hauppauge-WinTV-Tuner-stereo-sound/dp/B00004VU5G Hauppauge are usually considered to be among the best for TV cards though there are others usually cheaper.

  catpwss 27 Apr 11

Thanks,

  tony168169 20 May 11

I bought TBS6921 DVB-S2 TV Tuner Card at www.pctvshop.com and it works fine with Win 7 media center.

  tony168169 20 May 11

USB TV Tuner is easier to installed.

  proudfoot 20 May 11

Which ever TV tuner you decide on more than likely you will need an aerial as now it is not worth buying an analogue tuner.

  ankitadas 13 Jun 11

Hi, I see a lot of people recommending Hauppauge WinTV-HVR-2250 Dual TV Tuner. Personally, I use the AVerMedia AVerTV Combo PCIe ATSC/NTSC/QAM TV Tuner Card and it is working fine.


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  proudfoot 13 Jun 11

An alernative solution is TV Catchup (Missnamed). You can D/L most of the Freeview channels on an internet connection. My D/L speed is only about 1.7Gb/sec and I rarely get buffering problems.

See here http://www.tvcatchup.com/

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