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Topic # 86740 13-Jul-2011 01:08
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I currently have a Hauppauge HVR440 and and wanting to add another two tuners to my Win7 Pro 64bit PC.

The Hauppauge HVR2210 has component inputs that the HVR2200 doesn't, but it's about $30 cheaper. why? whats missing with the 2210? 

Will be using with Win7 media centre. Already have a remote with the HVR4400.

Regards Allen. 

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  Reply # 492808 13-Jul-2011 11:10
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My HTPC - Case Antec Fusion Remote, MOBO Intel DH67BLB3, CPU Intel Core i5-2400S 2.5 GHz, RAM 8GB  DDR3 1333, HDD 120Gig Corsair Force Series 3 SSD system | WD Caviar Black 2TB data, Tuners Black Gold BGT3595 dual DVB-S/S2, dual DVB-T, Video nVIDIA GeForce GT 520, 1024MB, Sound Intel® High Definition Audio (onboard), OS Windows 7 x64

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  Reply # 492983 13-Jul-2011 17:26
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I was under the impression that the only difference was that the 2210 comes with a remote. I could very easily be wrong though...



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  Reply # 493002 13-Jul-2011 17:58
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mm1352000: I was under the impression that the only difference was that the 2210 comes with a remote. I could very easily be wrong though...


Why is the 2210 cheaper then?

I think whether you get a remote or not depends on whether you buy the OEM MCE edition or full retail pack? Some sites advertising the 2210 have a USB IRT reciever/Transmitter bundled (ala IR blaster?) and component video inputs as well, the 2200 has Svideo.

The 2200 is dearer and more polular on pricespy. Is the 2210 a very new card?

Allen. 

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  Reply # 493014 13-Jul-2011 18:43
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AllenG: The 2200 is dearer and more polular on pricespy. Is the 2210 a very new card?


I think you have hit the nail on the head. It is a newer card, at a new price point. The other reason for the price difference might be the higher NZ dollar, whereas the older 2200 might be older stock.

Just a thought... 




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  Reply # 493019 13-Jul-2011 18:59
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This is not the first time this question has been asked.
link
link2

I think the first link is the most informative.
HVR 2210 = HVR2200 + IR - bundled software (???)

Alternatively, the new price for new revision of the product might be because they're making room in their pricing structure for new DVB-T2 products...



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  Reply # 493025 13-Jul-2011 19:09
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mm1352000: This is not the first time this question has been asked.
link
link2

I think the first link is the most informative.
HVR 2210 = HVR2200 + IR - bundled software (???)

Alternatively, the new price for new revision of the product might be because they're making room in their pricing structure for new DVB-T2 products...


Seen these thanks.

In Aus the HVR2210 is the dearer card. Odd.

I'll go for the HVR2210 I think. I've already got an HVR4400 with mediacentre remote. using Win7 media centre. Don't need another remote or software.

Allen. 

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