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kevboy

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hey guys i was looking to get myself a tv card which will allow me to do a mheg dump and get the codes for rh & ss , is this card a good deal or should i go for something else ?

[DLMURL]http://www.pcworld.co.uk/martprd/store/[email protected]@@@[email protected]@@@&BV_EngineID=ccehaddggeligfkcflgceggdhhmdgmk.0&microsite_id=Component_Shop&page=Product&sku=464884&fm=null&sm=null&tm=null[/DLMURL]


cheers
 
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kevboy said:
hey guys i was looking to get myself a tv card which will allow me to do a mheg dump and get the codes for rh & ss , is this card a good deal or should i go for something else ?

[DLMURL]http://www.pcworld.co.uk/martprd/store/[email protected]@@@[email protected]@@@&BV_EngineID=ccehaddggeligfkcflgceggdhhmdgmk.0&microsite_id=Component_Shop&page=Product&sku=464884&fm=null&sm=null&tm=null[/DLMURL]


cheers

Can't go wrong with the Nebula m8

www.nebula-electronics.com
 
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darcy

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I Payed £79.99 for the nova-t pci just two weeks ago.... now feeling a bit p****d off about the price....
Snap it up at that price mate this card works well with showshifter, mytheatre tsreader and dcdvbsource, but the software that comes with the card is a bit poor (but works)

One tip though... if you buy this card make sure and tell the salesman in the shop when you go to collect that you want the new one that runs with bda drivers as some stores may still have stock of the old card.... both cards look the same and are packaged the same but the old one uses different drivers and you will run into problems if you get one... to tell the differance you have to open the box the good ones will have a "90002" designation written on the tuner. if it doesn't have this reject it. Check out ([DLMURL]http://www.hauppauge.co.uk/pages/support/support_dvb-t_type.html[/DLMURL] for details)

BEST OF LUCK
 
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The Swerv

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darcy said:
but the software that comes with the card is a bit poor (but works)

BEST OF LUCK

That is why I use the Nebula, great software with it.
 

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The Nebula card looks very good, but it seems quite dear compared to some of the other DTB cards avaliable.
 

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The software that comes with Nebula lets you dump the text stream easily. With other cards it's more invloved (Nick [D]vB has a thread explaing what's involved)
 

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yeah i have read it but i was thinking along the lines of £80 reduced to £40 £40 being about my price range sounding quite good ,and i dont mind doing a little extra work.

just thought id ask that it would work with this card before i bought it.
 

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apart from the Nebula is this one ok to buy guys, was thinking along the same lines as Kevboy...

cheers
 

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The Nova-T is fine, it can do MHEG dumps with DC-DVB or DVBSE.
 
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