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# 41180 10-Sep-2009 22:09
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Is there a External USB single or dual DVB-T tuner with component input? If not a USB stick then PCI-E card?
I am using a Pinnacle Hybrid USB with Windows 7 in my office, but would also like to connect the MySky via a component input.    I currently using a composite input and it looks crap.




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  # 254903 10-Sep-2009 22:48
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do you have a s-video input you can use? the picture improves significantly with s-video.




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  # 254936 11-Sep-2009 06:37
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Hauppauge HD-PVR does component and connects via USB.

Ingram have been carrying limited numbers of these and have them in stock at present.




 
 
 
 




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  # 255009 11-Sep-2009 13:18
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sbiddle: Hauppauge HD-PVR does component and connects via USB.



But doesn't have a DTT tuner... hmmm




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  # 255019 11-Sep-2009 14:25
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No it doesn't. If you want component though it is your only choice.



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  # 255029 11-Sep-2009 14:57
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Currently it looks like the Compro internal range is the only solution in NZ..

E900F

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