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Thread: Any chance to receive DVB-T or TNT on CF ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JC-S60 View Post
    No it isn't!

    Si ce n'est pas le cas, on peut le dire je trouve.

    This is an international forum, where most use English, but it isn't mandatory!


    Well, back on-topic: DVB-T would be awesome, as that is something that could be a real selling point!
    it's in the plans, I just have personally never used it nor fully understand it... haven't had time to research it, but should be able to find the modes to and add it to the ntsc/pal drop down to switch to DVB mode...

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    Quote Originally Posted by veetid View Post
    it's in the plans, I just have personally never used it nor fully understand it... haven't had time to research it, but should be able to find the modes to and add it to the ntsc/pal drop down to switch to DVB mode...

    david
    Some good news!

    Sorry I've been out of touch a while (you don't need me to keep being busy), but I'll be contating you guys again soon

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    another vote for DVB-T
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    I'd like this too, altough I think my SP13000 will not have the processing power to run DVB-t through CF as it struggles when in standalone mode.

    I use a Freecom DVB-T USB Stick too

    Picture loses frame rate and sound jumps when CPU is overloaded and makes it unwatchable

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    My Via 10000 board has NO chance or running software DVB-T, already tried, not enough CPU power.
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    Also note that DVB-T is terrible if you are moving. Like analogue TV each transmitter sends the same channels on different frequencies that are designed not to conflict with each other.

    Those of you with DVB (FreeView) boxes, think back to how long it took the things to auto-tune when you first set them up. You are going to have to go through that every time you go out of range of your local transmitter.

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    DVB-T woulld be nice now. But essential in a few years when analogue gets turned off.
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    was this ever completed?

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