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Thread: Hauppauge WinTV-quadHD PCIe

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    Hauppauge WinTV-quadHD PCIe


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    I was going to ask if the IR port supports a blaster or is it receive only but one antenna will be a problem with ATSC and analog.

    Martin

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    While it technically has 2xanalog, I think that's just because the chipset supported it. In reality this is aimed at people wanting either 4xATSC or 4xQAM (or 4xDVB-T or 4xDVB-C for the DVB version)

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    Could this be added to an NPVR server along with an HD HomeRun Prime? Having at least 1 or two of the over-the-air channels available via a different tuner set would free up tuners on the HD HomeRun Prime for recording shows that require use of the cable card. WAF would increase dramatically.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HarryH3 View Post
    Could this be added to an NPVR server along with an HD HomeRun Prime?
    Yeah, sure.

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    Darn it... I just order this one for $180+
    http://www.tbsdtv.com/products/tbs67...pcie-card.html

    Doesn't look like the Hauppauge quad is available yet. The purchase button goes to a dual USB tuner.
    Last edited by MattInetroit; 2016-02-28 at 02:00 AM.

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    Talked with Hauppauge today and the WinTV-quadHD is available today March 4, 2016! For $99, might replace my 2250's with one. Comes with Win TV 8 which has decoders that work well with NEXTPVR.

    Give a review when I receive mine.

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    I've got the WinTV-quadHD-DVB in my machine, which is pretty much the same device. It's a nice device. Been working well for me so far.

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    I was pretty amazed by this, so had to share a picture.

    Here is a screenshot of NextPVR watching 16 channels simultaneously using one of these WinTV-quadHD DVB tuner (and NextPVR's multi-record feature). These channels are mixture of HD and SD. I was surprised to find the video was still playing smoothly in every window - using about 60% CPU usage. Very cool...The cacophony of sound was absolutely horrendous

    I only ended up using 3 of it's 4 tuners.


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    That's impressive!
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