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    Terratec DVB-T 1200 under RoadRuner

    hello,

    is there anyone in the forum who used the DVB-T 1200 (Terratec) under Roadrunner ?

    i give it up to install.

    thanks

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    There's a bunch of people using a Cinergy 600... including myself..

    For Radio: unless it is compatible with Radiator, chances are it won't work on ANY frontend (except by embbeding the terratec application into it).

    For TV: as long as the card is compatible with the WDM interface it should work with the Winamp TV plugin, thus working in RR.
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    Quote Originally Posted by guino
    There's a bunch of people using a Cinergy 600... including myself..

    For Radio: unless it is compatible with Radiator, chances are it won't work on ANY frontend (except by embbeding the terratec application into it).

    For TV: as long as the card is compatible with the WDM interface it should work with the Winamp TV plugin, thus working in RR.

    thanks for quick answering, but

    the winamp plugin didnt support DVB-T cards.


    by the way, you make a very fine job.

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    sorry and when I have the winamp tv running in the pc how embedded into the rr.. IM LOSE...

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