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Topic # 13029 19-Apr-2007 02:23
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Had this come thru on a mailing list I am on...

http://thegreenbutton.com/forums/thread/182376.aspx




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  Reply # 67736 19-Apr-2007 15:29
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thanks for the tip-off.... i am ever-hopeful that they will at least bring DVB-S and MHEG support into MCE, but i won't be holding my breath




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  Reply # 67746 19-Apr-2007 16:04
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I just want them to be able to support two different tuner-type instead of locking both tuners to one type. Like at the moment, if your twin-tuners have RCA-in, SVideo-in, CATV/Aerial-in, they all have to be the same type or nothing. So you can't have RCA-in for one input, and CATV-in for second input.




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