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Topic # 97230 14-Feb-2012 17:09
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Hey,

I have a couple of Hauppauge Nova-S-Plus DVB-S PCI cards for sale.
They came out of my TV Server, which I have upgraded to a quad DVB-S/S2 PCIe card, so these are no longer needed.
They were working great with MediaPortal TV Server and I have also used them in Windows 7 Media Center.

They are back in their original boxes with the remotes (black version) and batteries and install CDs.  Remotes & batteries have never been used.
These sell for around $100 new.

$50 ono each plus shipping.




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  Reply # 582042 15-Feb-2012 20:40
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Im keen for one, when my current desktop becomes my media machine I will need a PCIe one I think.




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  Reply # 582056 15-Feb-2012 21:14
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These are probably both sold now sorry nedkelly.
Plus these are PCI not PCIe.

Cheers.




 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 582077 15-Feb-2012 21:40
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haha oops, I saw that the new card was PCIe.
Oh well if someone pulls out Im keen. 




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  Reply # 582483 16-Feb-2012 17:42
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  Reply # 584086 20-Feb-2012 18:20
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I've got a couple for sale at the moment. Reserve = $40 each. Remotes and receivers included, and I've got the box for one.
http://www.trademe.co.nz/Browse/Listing.aspx?id=450152329
Closing 25 Feb

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  Reply # 584129 20-Feb-2012 19:41
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Sorry for the thread hijack CYaBro :)

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