[Novalug] HDTV for Linux
Kenneth A. Kauffman
kkauffman at headfog.com
Wed Jan 3 14:32:19 EST 2007
If anyone is interesting in getting these cards. Let me know. I'm
interested in helping put a group buy together. Contact me directly at my
E-mail address, which should be listed.
> If the website you speak of is www.pchdtv.com then I can vouch for them
> as having given excellent service.
> I organized a group purchase of their older HD-3000 cards back in May of
> 2005 in CALUG. Jack Keliher (one of the guys who started the company)
> was prompt in answering questions and very helpful in setting up a bulk
> discount for the LUG (we ended up purchasing 16-20 cards from them).
> I personally purchased 2 HD-3000 cards from them which have both worked
> fine. I'm currently in the process of rebuilding a new MythTV Box with
> them as a dual tuner HDTV system. Once I get the IR receiver working I
> should be good to go (purchased from www.home-electro.com).
> Anyways, yes a spelling error isn't a great thing, but they are really
> in this business to support HDTV on Linux.
> PS. Currently none of their products implement the broadcast flag as it
> is not "yet" mandated by the FCC.
> On Wed, 2007-01-03 at 11:03 -0800, b b wrote:
>> - i'd love to hear from anyone on the list who has
>> purchased this card...
>> - unfortunately, the web site looks suspect, and when
>> i see stuff like:
>> "**** Your order normally ships with in 1 to 3
>> bussness days **** "
>> on a checkout page prior to asking for CC info, the
>> little hairs start standing up on the back of my
>> --- Ken Kauffman <kkauffman at headfog.com> wrote:
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>> > Many probably subscribe to the feed, but for those
>> > that do not. This
>> > looks like a cool find.
> David Cafaro <dac at cafaro.net>
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