TV Card recommendation

  VNAM75 23:23 03 Apr 2005
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Could anyone advise me on a good TV card for about £70-£100. I'm currently looking at the AVerTV DVB-T 771 which does what I want but it only got an average review from PC Pro. I'm also considering Hauppage but some don't have the VCR connection that I need. I need a card to have the following:

1) VCR connection - ie. I want to transfer videos onto DVD.
2) Digital and terestial TV reception

Any advice appreciated.

  stalion 23:28 03 Apr 2005

have a look at the Hauppage site they do cards with svideo in and svideo in and out PC worlf also stocks them
click here

  stalion 23:29 03 Apr 2005

PC worlf is PC world must get my glasses fixed

  josie mayhem 23:41 03 Apr 2005

If you choose a card that doesn't have a scart, you can buy a scart to rca/s-video adapter, the one I got only cost £10 (without the cables, which I already had)

  DieSse 00:44 04 Apr 2005

I may be wrong, but I havent seen a card with both terrestrial and satellite inputs. I think you will need to get one of each. By digital do you really mean satellite, or terrestrial digital (aka freeview)?

  Dekka123 00:46 04 Apr 2005

I have a Hauppage Win TV which I have used for years withot any probs. I have it connected to vcr and a cable box via scart and it records anything I want to hard disk or dvd

  Dekka123 00:46 04 Apr 2005

I have a Hauppage Win TV which I have used for years withot any probs. I have it connected to vcr and a cable box via scart and it records anything I want to hard disk or dvd

  VNAM75 01:28 04 Apr 2005

Thanks, Diesse - yes I meant freeview, not satellite.

  DieSse 02:42 04 Apr 2005

Freeview card click here

  DieSse 03:02 04 Apr 2005

I was wrong - here's both in one
click here

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