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I need help/assistance/advice in buying a TV TUNER CARD

by ngntwr / April 9, 2006 4:04 PM PDT

HEllo Everyone

I can't decide which TV TUNER CARD to buy???

I'm lookin fr all da popular features
ya noe.....
Recording of LIVE TV into COMPUTER & Directly to a CD/DVD , REWIND live TV, FM RADIO , Xcellent PICTURE Quality wid support of all da POPULAR FORMATS etc,etc...

I think a INTERNAL TV TUNER CARD is better,./

What do you think????? Any IDEA??????

Which MODEL to BUY???????
Plz suggest


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TV Tuner Cards
by islandporgy / April 9, 2006 9:59 PM PDT

They are many TV Tuner cards out there, ATI all in wonder is one off them they have a few of them. That TV tuner card is part off a video card. I like separate components. The one I picked was the Hauppauge 350. Hauppauge has a few cards to pick from. Click on the link bellow.


Goood Luck:
Wendell H

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usually, internal cards produce better quality recordings
by ramarc / April 9, 2006 11:13 PM PDT

than usb devices (but there are always exceptions to the rule).
along with the hauppauge recommendation in the other post, consider an ati tv wonder pro. it's under a $100 and includes a remote.

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TV Card
by WAArnold / May 21, 2006 6:37 AM PDT

I use the MSI TV@anywhere card and it has worked very well. I can hook pretty well anything that has video output, TV, Camera, VCR, to the card and the resolution is very good. Also has a remote. You can record from the TV or the video devices you hook onto it. The Card can be used with cable tv or an attached antennae.

I only use the card for video production or transferring my VCR, 8mm, etc., to DVD. I don't see the need for a 20 inch computer screen when I have a 36 inch sitting here also. Happy

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