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Master Geek


# 94111 6-Dec-2011 10:32
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I've done a bit of reading on the link attached. It has said that a maximum of two digital tuners are supported.

Does this mean I could not have 1x HVR 2200 & 1x HVR 3000 Hybrid? As the 2200 is effectively two tuners? The idea was to record 2 channels at once, while watching another

http://windows.microsoft.com/en-NZ/windows-vista/What-should-I-know-before-adding-TV-tuners-to-use-with-Windows-Media-Center

Cheers! 

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  # 554385 6-Dec-2011 11:25
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That link is for Windows VIsta.
If you are running Win7 then you can have a up to 4 digital tuners and 4 analogue tuners at the same time.

http://windows.microsoft.com/en-NZ/windows7/What-should-I-know-before-adding-TV-tuners-to-use-with-Windows-Media-Center



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Master Geek


  # 554387 6-Dec-2011 11:29
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Derp lol

Thanks for setting me straight 

 
 
 
 


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  # 556048 9-Dec-2011 19:41
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I haven't tested this out for myself, but this could be an interesting diversion...

http://mychannellogos.com/TunerSalad.aspx


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