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  • themostbudge themostbudge Dec 18, 2006 10:23 AM Flag


    B: HAUPPAUGE: Hauppauge Innovates with triple tuner hybrid TV car
    - Analogue, Freeview and satellite TV on a single ca
    B: HAUPPAUGE: Hauppauge Innovates with triple tuner hybrid TV card - Analogue, F
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    London, England, Dec 18, 2006 (M2 PRESSWIRE via COMTEX) --
    Hauppauge Digital, the leader in PC TV technology,
    has introduced the world's first triple tuner TV card. The release of
    Hauppauge's WinTV HVR-3000 means owners can receive any free-to-air TV,
    including digital terrestrial (Freeview), digital satellite or analogue
    TV (including cable) on their PC.

    The GBP99.99 (inc VAT) card, available immediately, simply plugs into a
    free PCI slot in a desktop PC to convert it into a digital TV. When
    connected to a TV aerial and/or satellite dish, programmes can be
    viewed in full screen or in a resizable window, and the supplied
    SoftPVR software allows owners to schedule and record programmes for
    later viewing - an hour of video occupies just over 1Gb of disk
    storage. Recorded video can also be burned to DVD for long-term storage.

    "TV is delivered across a wide variety of mediums in the UK, each with
    its own set of channels," said Yehia Oweiss, EMEA VP of Sales Director
    of Hauppauge Digital. "This is the first TV card that is capable of
    receiving all the free-to-air channels and offers the flexibility of
    connection to other external sources, such as camcorders, VCRs, set-top
    boxes and even games consoles."

    External video sources connect to the HVR-3000 by S-Video, Composite
    and stereo audio inputs. Owners can record personal video to the PC's
    hard disk in MPEG-1-VCD, MPEG-2-SVCD or MPEG-2-DVD.

    Radio too! In addition, the HVR-3000 includes an FM tuner, allowing
    owners to listen to and record FM radio, digital DVB-T radio or digital
    DVB-S radio.

    The new card is compatible with Windows XP (SP2) and the forthcoming
    Windows Vista. Drivers for Windows XP Media Center Edition are
    available, and the product includes a remote control. A PC with 1.5 GHz
    processor or faster is required (3.0 GHz processor for analogue TV
    recording with MPEG-2).

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