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List:       linux-video
Subject:    [video4linux] Best TV-Kard
From:       Marc Reibel <reibel () rhrk ! uni-kl ! de>
Date:       1998-10-01 8:54:31


Hello alltogether,

I bought a miroPCTV PRO but am not pleased at all.
The only thing I can do is watch tv with monosound.

What cards are fully supported ( radio, stereo tv, teletext ) ?
Btw, I know the Hauppauge witch the bt848 to be fully supported, but there
is no way of getting one anymore.

Thanx for your replies.

P.S. Maybe someone knows the miro to work with stereo ???

Marc Reibel <reibel@rhrk.uni-kl.de>

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List:       linux-video
Subject:    Re: [video4linux] Best TV-Kard
From:       Gerd Knorr <kraxel () goldbach ! in-berlin ! de>
Date:       1998-10-01 18:07:42

In lists.linux.video4linux you write:


>Hello alltogether,

>I bought a miroPCTV PRO but am not pleased at all.
>The only thing I can do is watch tv with monosound.

>What cards are fully supported ( radio, stereo tv, teletext ) ?
>Btw, I know the Hauppauge witch the bt848 to be fully supported, but there
>is no way of getting one anymore.

latest driver works with bt878 too, that is xawtv 2.27 + the small patch
(which was posted here a week ago and is pinned to the xawtv web page).

   Gerd

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List:       linux-video
Subject:    Re: [video4linux] Best TV-Kard
From:       Alan Cox <alan () cymru ! net>
Date:       1998-10-04 13:43:59

> I bought a miroPCTV PRO but am not pleased at all. The only thing I can do
> is watch tv with monosound.

What audio chip does it have

> What cards are fully supported ( radio, stereo tv, teletext ) ?

There is software teletext code for all the bttv chips that Ralph wrote.
The hardware teletext chip on the hauppauge is also supported but not needed
(and in fact for some things its less useful)

alan
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