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USB DVB-S tuner for mac mini?
I've looking for a USB DVB-S tuner for a mac mini. There are a few terrestrial models out there but hardly any satellite versions.
I am also looking for a USB DVB-S tuner that works on a Mac.
I have tried one of those cheep ones from trade me that only work on windows via VMware but it's user experience is far from that of say EyeTV.
I have also recently tried an EyeTV Sat, which I have been unsuccessful with so far.
Just a heads up, I'v been using a Hauppauge Nova-TD for about 2 years now and have never had any issue, excellent device with great dual recoding. (I have it hocked up to a proper arial)
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