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| [[Anysee E7|E7 TC]] || [[DVB-T]] [[DVB-C]] || [[USB]] || {{no}} || DVB-T/C combo, CA-interface
| [[Anysee E7|E7 TC]] || [[DVB-T]] [[DVB-C]] || [[USB]] || {{no}} || DVB-T/C combo, CA-interface
| [[Anysee E7|E7 T2C]] || [[DVB-T]] [[DVB-T2]] [[DVB-C]] || [[USB]] || {{no}} || DVB-T/T2/C combo, CA-interface
| [[Anysee E7|E7 T2C]] || [[DVB-T]] [[DVB-T2]] [[DVB-C]] || [[USB]] || {{yes}} || DVB-T/T2/C combo, CA-interface
| [[Anysee E7|E7 S2]] || [[DVB-S]] [[DVB-S2]] || [[USB]] || {{no}} || CA-interface
| [[Anysee E7|E7 S2]] || [[DVB-S]] [[DVB-S2]] || [[USB]] || {{no}} || CA-interface

Latest revision as of 08:53, 5 November 2013

Anysee is a Korean manufacturer of DVB USB devices.

It has been reported on the mailing list that Anysee has not been willing to help open source developers to write a Linux driver by handing out specifications (source?). Any further information on communication with Anysee would be welcome. Anyway, Reverse-engineering should be possible.

Support for the E30 series of devices has been in development for some time, and works fine for many people. As of 05/2008, the Anysee code is in main v4l-dvb repository.

Anysee devices bearing "Plus" in their product name indicate the presence of a smart card interface.

DVB Devices sold by Anysee
Model Standard Interface Supported Comments
K50 ATSC USB No Adds analog support (TV and a/v input)
E30 Combo Plus DVB-T DVB-C USB Yes DVB-T/C combo, Smart card slot
E30 Plus DVB-T USB Yes Smart card slot
E30C Plus DVB-C USB Yes Smart card slot
E30S Plus DVB-S USB No Smart card slot
E30PS Plus DVB-S PCI No Smart card slot
E7 TC DVB-T DVB-C USB No DVB-T/C combo, CA-interface
E7 T2C DVB-T DVB-T2 DVB-C USB Yes DVB-T/T2/C combo, CA-interface
E7 S2 DVB-S DVB-S2 USB No CA-interface

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