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|<center>0x1c88:0x0007 (Bootloader Device)<br>0x1c88:0x003c (Tuner Device)</center> || <center>Analog</center>|| <center> [http://www.somagic.com.cn/product_info.asp?id=60] Somagic SMI-2021CBE <br> [http://www.cirrus.com/en/pubs/proDatasheet/CS5340_F2.pdf] Cirrus Logic 5340-CZZ <br> [http://www.tridentmicro.com/producttree/tv/pc-tv/saa/saa7113/] Trident SAA7113H </center>||<center>SMI Grabber Device</center>
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|<center>0x1c88:0x0007 (Bootloader Device)<br>0x1c88:0x003c (Tuner Device)</center> || <center>Analog</center>|| <center> [http://www.somagic.com.cn/product_info.asp?id=60] Somagic SMI-2021CBE <br> [http://www.cirrus.com/en/pubs/proDatasheet/CS5340_F2.pdf] Cirrus Logic 5340-CZZ <br> [http://www.datasheetcatalog.org/datasheet/philips/SAA7113H_1.pdf] Trident (Philips) SAA7113H </center>||<center>SMI Grabber Device</center>
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Revision as of 20:16, 22 October 2010

Contents

Boards

How to identify my USB vendor/product id?

 shell> lsusb
If you can't recognize the vendor/product id from your device contact linux-media mail-list

Validated boards

What's it?

 We use this term to advise that boards were tested by user or developer.

SMI Grabber (aka EasyCAP DC60+ clone) Hardware IDs

Name Vendor/Product ID Supported modes Hardware Chips Interfaces
SMI Grabber Device
0x1c88:0x0007 (Bootloader Device)
0x1c88:0x003c (Tuner Device)
Analog
[1] Somagic SMI-2021CBE
[2] Cirrus Logic 5340-CZZ
[3] Trident (Philips) SAA7113H
SMI Grabber Device
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