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# 259871 27-Oct-2019 15:43
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Hi 

 

I was wondering if people have gone out and gotten a TV Hat for raspberry pi and if they have used it with PI4? kinda looking into this i have a pi 4 and a pi3 at my parents place

 

I know one will have to get the hat imported but i dont know if anyone else has tried this out with a pi4

 

 

 

Thanks!

 

- ddwagnz


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  # 2344121 27-Oct-2019 16:43
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I'm not familiar with the TV Hat or the software available for it, but it seems to me you could achieve the same thing or better using a cheap ($US~10) USB dongle and your choice of open source TV software. I recommend tvheadend.

 

If the TV Hat could broadcast DVB-T, then it would be an interesting product. I have a USB dongle that can transmit; never got it working flawlessly under Linux, but at one time one of my Pis was broadcasting the output of two Sky decoders via DVB-T.


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