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Wednesday, 21 March 2007 21:36

Hauppage HVR-4000 quad TV-tuner

Written by test1

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CEBIT 2007: We saw the card

 
The worlds first quad mode tuner has been launched by Hauppage on Cebit, and we got one of the samples for a review.    

 

For those who don't know, quad mode means that this card is able to receive analogue cable TV, Freeview digital terrestrial DVB-T, digital satellite DVB-S and High Definition digital DVB-S2, and even record these signals. This means you can watch DVB-S2 high definition satellite TV and record movies in full H.264.

The card should be available at midle of March at spicy price of £179. We will tell you all about the card in a review.

 

HVR-4000 Hauppage link.

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