I recently bought a job lot of Hauppauge PVR TV cards. They all work in openSUSE, and were FAR EASIER to get set up in Linux than they were under Windows…
(The drivers are already in the kernel, they needed no fiddling about at all)
HAUPPAUGE PAL-I 48015 Rev G511
WinTV-PVR-250 Model 983 UK (PAL)
Model 48015 Rev. G711
Tuner Formats: PAL (I)
Tuner Audio: Stereo (MSP3415)
Video Formats: NTSC ( 443 ) PAL ( B G H I D K N ) SECAM ( L L’ )
Audio Outputs: None
External Inputs: 1
S-Video Inputs: 1
Teletext: Yes (Software)
Tuner Model: Philips FI1246 MK2
HAUPPAUGE PAL-I 34705
WinTV Go model 607 34705 J198
tuner: PAL-I TCL2002-MI-3H
connectors: tv, audio, s-video, audio in, ir
HAUPPAUGE PAL-BG/I 61334 Rev A2B
chips: bt878khf, msp3415d-ps-a1,hef4052bt, 24c02
connectors:FM, TV, Line out, S-Video, Line In, Vid
pcb:610000-05 (c) 1998
fcc-id: H9OROBINS (two ohs)
> I have the elta 8681 LV FlyVideo 3000 PCI card
> and its detected in openSUSE as a
> Philips Semiconductors SAA7134/SAA7135HL Video Broadcast Decoder (rev
> The card was very cheap, max horizonal resolution 768 pixels and 16:9.
> Used with TVTime and MTT (for normal teletext) the results are
> Not the card for those wanting HD quality.
Not for nuttin… I bought a 25" Samsung HDTV monitor for my computer.
It has a remote and can switch between being a regular TV and
and a very nice hi-res monitor (using a 9600 Nvidia card).
Cost $500.00 at Memoryexpress. you can find similar for less than $200.00.