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Has anybody tried the WinTV-HVR-950Q USB TV tuner stick in the USA? The reason for asking is that the Haupage site rates the system requirements as being a bit beyond Sammy:
* 2.2 GHz IntelÂ® P4 or 1.8 GHz Centrino or equivalent
* 2.8 GHz IntelÂ® P4 or Coreâ„¢ Duo or equivalent for analog TV recording with MPEG-2
On the other hand, I have seen a couple of reviews that it runs well on an Aspire One, so it seems it should do OK on young Samuel.
I would guess that it will work ok, I have an Elgato EyeTV Hybrid (WinTV-HVR-900), and have used it on a 1.42GHz PowerPC G4. I believe this is the previous version to the 950 and is very similar.
Digital should be fine as it requires almost no processing power, however analogue is a lot more processor intensive (both analogue TV and the inputs).
If I can find some software/drivers I’ll try it out on my NC10, after I’ve finished some recordings.
I just got the pinnicle PCTV nano stick today. works great on the nc10, the supplied arial cant pick up any thing here ( low signal area ) but connected to the wall it got all available channels and im trying a better portable arial tomorrow.
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