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Topic # 25587 26-Aug-2008 11:59
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I want to put my pc by my tele and use the tele as a monitor as well. I intend to use the pc to store most of my audio and output to the stereo.
I would also like to use the pc as a tuner for television so I can record programs and am wondering which card/s are the best option for me.
I have a Sony KDL46W4000 with built in freeview if this info is helpful.

Thanks in advance

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  Reply # 159848 26-Aug-2008 12:25
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You need to be far more specific as to what you want to do.

Do you want to watch analogue TV? Freeview|HD? Freeview Satellite? Do you want a single card? Do you want a dual tuner card?

If you are wanting to watch and record Freeview|HD does your PC meet the minumem requirements - essentially a mid range dual core with NVidia 8500 or greater video card and ideally Windows Vista?

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