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Thread: Homebrew PVR (was Beta vs VHS (was language...))
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uses Hauppauge Media MVP for TV/monitor connections using composite or S-video connections.
They just load in their own software/interface.

They also have their own HD media extender
for your HD monitors

What is missing about ALL of these PVR solutions is HDMI/Component inputs from STB from your cable company.
There is no HDMI/component card for your PC.

I am waiting on CableCARD for my pc that is supported by my cable company, but who knows when that is available.


On Fri, 4 Apr 2008 16:42:08 +0100 (BST), sergio masci wrote:
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