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What TV card for Windows MCE 2005 and Telewest Digital?

Discussion in 'Cable TV & Virgin Media TV' started by Farce, Jun 24, 2005.

  1. Farce

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    Hi!

    Im new to the forums.
    And Im wondering what card is best to be able to pause live telewest digital tv footage and record, using mce 2005.

    Any help would be GREATLY APPRECIATED.

    THANKS IN ADVANCE! :clap:
     
  2. Skunkpipe

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    Hauppage PVR150MCE
     
  3. Spacecat

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    nope best card is the 550Pro
     
  4. Farce

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    Can you share a link where I can check out the 550 Pro?
     
  5. drummerjohn

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    The reviews Ive seen state the Hauppauge PVR150 just beats the ATI 550pro. However, I have the PVR150 and I am not happy with it. It suffers from oversaturated whites, clipping (distortion)on audio line in. Haupauge are working on a decent driver but its taken almost six months and a dozen releases and we are still no where near getting these issues fixed.
     
  6. Spacecat

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    funny the reviews i have seen the 550pro beats the 150 pvr and the 500pvr on colour,
    contrast and over all quality just losing out in sharpness.

    overclockuk do the sapphire 550 pro cheep
     

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