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    prolink usb tv tuner

    anyone tried one of these:
    http://www.prolink.com.tw/mailnews/P...02.0%20Pro.htm
    ?

    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by guiscard
    anyone tried one of these:
    http://www.prolink.com.tw/mailnews/P...02.0%20Pro.htm
    ?

    thanks
    It appears to be PAL only. Won't pick up NTSC TV transmissions.

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    - Full TV function CATV/VHF/UHF
    - Full-channel Auto-Scan Function
    - Support Composite video (RCA) and S-video Input connector.
    - Audio Capture & A/V Sync. Function.
    - High resolution: NTSC 704x480 or PAL 704x576
    - 30 frames per second.
    - Capture Bit Stream via USB 2.0/ USB1.1.
    - Saturation/Contrast/Hue/Brightness Adjustment.
    - Blue Screen Protection Function. (If no signal input)
    - Bandwidth Adaptive Automatically Control.
    - Capture and Record as Standard Format (ex: AVI, MPEG1, MPEG2, MPEG4).
    - Time-shifting / Pause
    - Professional Snap Shot Function
    - Electric Program Guide (EPG).
    - TV/Video Scheduled Recording Function.
    - I/R remote control
    - FM function (optional)

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    i'm in europe, so im looking for PAL

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    So I can use it both when I drive to europe, and when I'm back home in the states!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinoBite
    So I can use it both when I drive to europe, and when I'm back home in the states!!
    That would be some road trip...

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    I just got one of these, so far so good... But still testing. Whatcha wanna know about it? The software kinda sucls but it works...
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    what you guys use for antenna?
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    Hi. Darmie here. Been a while since I've been on the boards, I have a cheap TV card going to usb that I found on ebay for like 20 bucks. I'm running a 20db gain antenna but the signal sucks! I'm hoping that I just have a cheap card. I'm wondering how well this card you mention can receive channels while driving? I'm ready to watch some tv!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hman
    I just got one of these, so far so good... But still testing. Whatcha wanna know about it? The software kinda sucls but it works...

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    Just to bump a longtime dead topic.
    I was looking at this on Newegg.com for $55. What is the general concenous on it? Good, Bad, or uneven?
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