Hi, <br> I'm thinking about adding DVB-S support to my MythTV computer, which at current time uses only a Hauppauge Nova-T 500 dual-tuner DVB-T card. As I have only another free PCI slot I'm considering the following possibilities:
<br><ul><li>LifeView FlyDVB Trio (DVB-T, DVB-S and analog / FM)</li><li>Hauppauge HVR-3000 (DVB-T, DVB-S and analog / FM)</li><li>LifeView Fly DVB-S (DVB-S only)</li><li>Hauppauge Nova-S Plus (DVB-S only)</li><li><br></li>
</ul>┐Does anybody know of any issues of these cards under Linux / MythTV I should be aware of? Apparently all of them are fully supported by V4L, so there shouldn't be problems, at least in theory...
<br><br>My preferred choice at this time are the FlyDVB Trio or the HVR-3000, as I'd get another extra DVB-T tuner along with the DVB-S one, and even an analog / FM one. However, I'm not sure of how really well supported are these cards, specially the Hauppauge...
<br><br>Regarding the FlyDVB Trio and the HVR-3000: ┐are the different tuners (DVB-T, DVB-S and analog) really independent? I mean, ┐can I be simutaneously recording a DVB-T and a DVB-S stream at the same time?<br><br>Best regards,
<br><span class="sg"> Eduard<br>