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Video capture/tv tuner

Post by BIGMAN131307 »

What are some of the decent internal (PCI) Video capture/tv tuners

for "less than" $250.00



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Post by Tolemac »

Go to this link and see them all.

http://www.pricewatch.com/1/214/3847-1.htm

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Post by scriccs »

See sig.....Leadtek TV2000XP Deluxe :D

Fantastic TV/FM tuner and pretty good for video capture.
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Post by YouGiveMeRash!!! »

$250 for a tv tuner?

That would buy you almost 5 awesome Leadtek TV2000XP/DELUXE tuners lol.

You will love it. Just check out the features and customer reviews at www.newegg.com

Comes with a remote too. Great picture quality and software. :wink:
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Post by Tulatin »

Leadtek Winfast TV2000XP Deluxe. Can you say $47 and sweet?
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Post by Kooshball »

I couldn't find the deluxe model at Newegg.
am I looking at the wrong area?
I was wondering about tv tuner cards myself.
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Post by inteljunky »

looks nice and tempting...... is that chip supported in linux?
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Post by Tulatin »

not natively. Likely a hacked driver for it around that will do it though.
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