On Tue, 2010-08-17 at 13:56 +0300, Rene wrote: > I'm also starting to check for a new setup, and i'm on the same line as > you: Silent, low-power device that will runn 24/7. I have not yet looked > too much around, but there is one thing i'm wondering. What kind of > dvb-devices will you use?
I use the multiple vdr instance hack proposed in xineliboutput documentation. My 2xDVB-T(dual tuners) and DVB-S2 cards are PCI and they are in a separate "home server" that runs in non-living areas of the house so noise doesn't matter. There are also several hard disks. I don't know what happens if that mobo dies. It could be difficult to find motherboards with enough legacy PCI slots. I need four because there's also one extra network card. > My current setup has two pci-cards, Full > featured Technoternd dvb-s, and an other TT budget dvb-t. I have to > replace the dvb-t card with dvb-c, because i will soon move to an area > with cable-tv.. Is it possible to go with completely dvb-usb devices? > Are thet reliable enough to not freeze/crash etc? At least for dish I need PCI type of card because USB cards do not output enough power for a motorized positioner. BR, Seppo _______________________________________________ vdr mailing list email@example.com http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr