HTPC TV tuners reviewed

Posted on Thursday, December 08 2005 @ 15:01 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
AnandTech has reviewed three TV tuners for HTPC systems.
Today, we have a trio of TV Tuners for review, and while they have some similarities, they're also quite different in features, software, and performance. Two of the cards are - as far as I'm aware - the only HDTV tuners currently available for Windows that will handle QAM decoding. The cards are the MyHD MDP-130 and the DVICO Fusion5 Gold. (Older DVICO and MyHD cards may have handled this as well, to varying degrees.) The third card marks one of the first truly interesting PCIe X1 cards to appear on the market, the PowerColor Theater 550 PCIe.
Check it out over here.

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