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Master Geek
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Topic # 151836 7-Sep-2014 10:14
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Setting up a new HTPC with some old parts so could anyone recommend me a cheapie USB DVB-T tuner that will work on Windows 8?

Or does anyone know if these work on Windows 8?


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Master Geek
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  Reply # 1123555 7-Sep-2014 10:41
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I use one of these for the far end of the house, picked up on Trademe;

I just taped the little aerial to the window, and it works great -- however I do have a good view of the transmitter out my window...

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  Reply # 1123996 8-Sep-2014 08:45
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The mini stick is.

he manual you can download for the other stick only indicates Win7 as compatible.


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Master Geek
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  Reply # 1124212 8-Sep-2014 12:42
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Anyone recommend the Avermedia on over the Hauppauge? Will probably go for the Hauppauge.

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 1126231 11-Sep-2014 08:02
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i put an avermedia twinstar in mums HTPC and it works flawlessly. ignore the avermedia software and the included remote is not universal, so will not control WMC/XBMC etc. i just got a HP remote and receiver off ebay instead.

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