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TVs Recommend me a dual dvb-s2 tuner that's cheap

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by happysack, 9 Jan 2011.

  1. happysack

    happysack goodateverthinger

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    As above please cheaper is better but need quality too, needs satellite dual input and hd if possible (does wmc support this?)

    Many thanks in advance!
     
  2. happysack

    happysack goodateverthinger

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    bump! ? is this allowed? sorry if it isnt. i was hoping to pick this tuner up this week. many thanks in advance once again. Cheers
     
  3. TomH

    TomH And like that... he was gone.

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    I think the biggest problem here is that they generally aren't 'cheap'.

    I may be biased, as my research is limited to Dual DVB-S2 models that are supported by Linux.

    However I'm currently looking at having to spend ~150EUR to get one from Germany.

    I'd imagine you'll get better availability in the UK (assuming you are from the UK) once there are actually some DVB-S2 muxes on Freesat. From what I saw fiddling with it last night, there aren't any -- even the HD muxes are still DVB-S. :)
     

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