> > My advise: Sell your HVR 1300 to a Windows user and buy a PVR150 + a
> > Linux-supported DVB-T USB-stick.
> I have actually been thinking of that possibility also. The problem is
> there are no PVR150 available. At least I have not seen those for a
> while. Would PVR250 be as good/easy to install? I believe I could find
> one of those.
In Germany the PVR150 ist still available in serveral web shops, while the PVR
250 seems to be out of stock everywhere.
Both cards work fine. Some revisions of the PVR 150 have also a radio tuner.
You could also use a PVRUSB2.
The successor is the WinTV HVR-1950, which analogue part operates exactly as
the predecessor PVRUSB2. It is tested with pvrinput yet, but I am pretty sure
that I could do necessary changes easily.
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