DVB-T2 USB Devices
- 1 Firmwares
- 2 DVB-T2 USB Devices
- 3 Currently Unsupported DVB-T2 USB Devices
- 4 Supported by 3rd Party Drivers
- 5 In-Kernel 3rd party Drivers
- 6 Closed source userspace drivers (mostly Sundtek)
- 7 Also See
Many of the devices on this page need a firmware, the best source for firmwares is OpenELEC dvb-firmware repository.
The firmwares on OpenELEC's repository are already extracted, just download the proper .fw file and copy to your firmware folder (usually /usr/lib/firmware).
DVB-T2 USB Devices
|Due to unknown issue the table below is not filtering out USB devices by standard (for ex. DVB-T only devices).|
The following tables list the known DVB-T2 USB devices and provides a brief summary of their features and components. (or at least it should)
If you need more technical information on a device, have a look at its device specific wiki article if there is one.
The device specific article is linked via the device's name but not all are linked yet. If you find an article (e.g. via the search feature on the left) then please edit the device entry here add that link. Just click on the edit icon in the last column of the device's row.
If you are unsure about how to do it, click on the edit icon for a device that already has a link to see how it is done. Please feel free to create a device specific page if there is enough worthwhile information that doesn't fit in the comments field.
There is also a full detail table.
If you'd like to add a new device (supported or unsupported), please go to Template:USB_Device_Data and follow the instruction there. If a device is unsupported, please add with which OS/kernel version you tested last.
If you are experiencing problems with USB devices, it may not be the fault of the tuner. For example AMD 700 series chipsets (e.g. 780G) have a problem with USB ports which results in tuners working or partially working or not working at all. This can be solved by using a separate USB adapter with a reliable chipset (e.g. VIA 6212L, NEC).
|Supported|| ID on
|Hardware||Firmware||Comment / Pictures||URL||E|
|Anysee E7||✘ No||1c73:861f USB2.0||N/A||This is a generic entry for the Anysee E7 line. If you have details for a particular device, please feel free to clone this entry and add the details.|||
|GoTView MasterHD 3||✔ Yes||5654:ca42 USB2.0||RealTek RTL2832U|||||
|Geniatech T220||✔ Yes, in kernel since 3.14, Users reporting errors with DVB-T2||1f4d:d220 USB2.0||Sony CXD2820R / NXP TDA18271HD/C2 / Cypress CY7C68013A||N/A||Looks like August DVB-T210 is a rebranded device with the same usbids.|||
|PCTV Systems nanoStick T2 290e||✔ Yes, in kernel since 3.0||2013:024f USB2.0||eMPIA em28xx, Sony CXD2820R, NXP TDA18271HD/C2||N/A||First DVB-T2 capable receiver with Linux support. Kernel 3.2+ or latest media-build may be needed for multiple Empia-based devices to work together. Details on development history.|||
|Astrometa DVB-T2||DVB-T ✔ Yes, in kernel since 3.13, DVB-T2 ✔ Yes, in kernel since 4.6||15f4:0131 USB2.0||RealTek RTL2832P, Panasonic MN88472 or MN88473, Rafael Micro R828D||Popular generic DVB-T2 USB tuner from different Chinese suppliers|||
|Geniatech T230||✔ Yes||0572:c688 USB2.0||Silicon Labs Si2148, Silicon Labs Si2168, Cypress EZ-USB FX2 CY7C68013A||dvb-demod-si2168-b40-01.fw, dvb-tuner-si2158-a20-01.fw||kernel >= 3.19, remote control supported.|||
|Geniatech T230C2||✔ Yes||0572:c68a USB2.0||Silicon Labs Si2141, Silicon Labs Si2168||[dvb-demod-si2168-d60-01.fw, dvb-tuner-si2141-a10-01.fw]||raspbian lite and drivers from crazycat69.|||
|TerraTec Cinergy T2 Stick HD||✔ Yes||eb1a:8179 USB2.0||Silicon Labs Si2146, Silicon Labs si2168, Empia EM28178||dvb-demod-si2168-a30-01.fw||kernel >= 3.19, remote control supported.|||
|PCTV Systems tripleStick 292e||✔ Yes||2013:025f USB2.0||Silicon Labs Si2157, Silicon Labs Si2168, eMPIA em28174||dvb-demod-si2168-b40-01.fw||First version of the driver has been released, look here|||
|TechnoTrend TVStick CT2-4400||✔ Yes||0b48:3014 USB2.0||Silicon Labs Si2158, Silicon Labs Si2168, Cypress CY7C68013A||dvb-demod-si2168-a30-01.fw|||
|TechnoTrend TT-connect CT2-4650 CI||✔ Yes||0b48:3012 USB2.0||Silicon Labs Si2158, Silicon Labs Si2168, Cypress CY7C68013A||dvb-demod-si2168-a20-01.fw, dvb-tuner-si2158-a20-01.fw|||
|TechnoTrend TT-connect CT2-4650 CI v1.1||✔ Yes||0b48:3015 USB2.0||Silicon Labs Si2157, Silicon Labs Si2168, Cypress CY7C68013A||dvb-demod-si2168-b40-01.fw, dvb-demod-si2168-02.fw, dvb-tuner-si2158-a20-01.fw||[https://firstname.lastname@example.org/msg94927.html|||
|Hauppauge Hauppauge_WinTV-soloHD||✔ Yes||2040:0264 USB2.0||Silicon Labs Si2157, Silicon Labs Si2168, eMPIA em28174||dvb-demod-si2168-b40-01.fw||First version of the driver has been released, look here|||
|Hauppauge Hauppauge_WinTV-dualHD Model 01590||~ Partial||2040:0265 USB2.0||Silicon Labs Si2157, Silicon Labs Si2168,Empia EM28274||dvb-demod-si2168-b40-01.fw||Kernel >=4.7 first tuner only, kernel patch for both tuners|||
Currently Unsupported DVB-T2 USB Devices
Please don't add your device here, instead add it to the table above.
Supported by 3rd Party Drivers
- Sundtek MediaTV Pro III (DVB-C/T/T2/AnalogTV/FM Radio/Composite/S-Video)
- Sundtek MediaTV Digital Home III (DVB-C/T/T2)