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which freeview card pundit r ( nova t will not fit)?

Discussion in 'Desktop & Laptop Computers Forum' started by schillaci0, May 17, 2005.

  1. schillaci0

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    As title really need a freeview card that does not protrude above the pci lip if that makes any sense.I have a pundit r and it takes full size cards but if the circuit board protrudes above the metal bracket then they will not fit. I have seen the compro cards are they any good.
     
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    Great do they do a twin version as i only have 2 pci slots and want to keep one spare.
     
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    I have a Terratec module which uses no PCI slots ; it uses USB2.
    It;s really tiny (less than 3 x 2 x 1 inches).
    Terratec "Cinergy T" , www.terratec.com

    I was given mine by the writer of TSReader (rod@coolstf.com) to do some tests with as he now lives in the USA and so cannot access DVB-T signals.
    It works well with his MPEG transport stream reader (which I can use with VLC to watch the programmes).
    www.coolstf.com/tsreader if you're interested in stream reading , lite version is free for a month's usage.
    Turns a laptop PC into a Freeview box.

    Chris Muriel, Manchester.
     

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