[linux-dvb] Any PCIe DVB-T Dual Tuner cards yet working under Linux?

Devin Heitmueller dheitmueller at kernellabs.com
Fri Oct 2 19:48:17 CEST 2009

On Fri, Oct 2, 2009 at 1:23 PM, Christophe Boyanique
<tof+linux-dvb at raceme.org> wrote:
> Hello,,
>> Is anyone on the list currently using a DVB-T card that has DUAL
>> tuners (i.e. I'm looking to replace Hauppage 500's which work great).
> That is an excellent question and I am looking forward to here people
> about success stories.
> I am also looking for a device (PCIe preferred, or PCI or at worst USB
> stick) with a dual HD tuner which is buyable from France or Europe...
> I found this models which seem to be NOT supported:
> - TerraTec Cinergy 2400i DT (not supported from wiki)
> - TerraTec T5 Stick (no information found)
> - PCTV Stick Dual DVB-T Diversity (2001e) (not supported from wiki)
> - AVerMedia AVerTV Duo Hybrid PCI-E A188H (no information found)
> I found this card which seems to be supported:
> - Dvico FusionHDTV DVB-T Dual Express
> but I do not find any reseller in Europe.
> I found an online reseller in the USA here:
> http://www.cyberestore.com/hdtv-tv-tuner-cards/dvico-fusionhdtv-dvb-t-dual-express.html
> But I am not sure that a card sold in the USA will work in Europe as USA
> uses NTSC and ATSC (instead of PAL and DVB in Europe).
> Christophe.

Have you looked at the HVR-2200 (PCIe, dual DVB-T)?


Devin J. Heitmueller - Kernel Labs

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