[clug] Article on building Linux 1080p media player + DVR for AU$600

Adam Baxter voltagex at voltagex.org
Fri Feb 12 03:20:38 MST 2010

Would I be on the right track assuming the tuner is the hardest thing to get
working in a Linux system? And then I'd be justified getting some initial
numbers for the interested list members. Hands up! :P

On Thu, Feb 11, 2010 at 7:34 PM, Sam Couter <sam at couter.id.au> wrote:

> Adam Baxter <voltagex at voltagex.org> wrote:
> > A group buy of DigitalNow TinyTwin tuners (AF9015, supported in recent
> > kernels) gives us discounts...
> I'll take one if there's a group buy going on.
> I have a KWorld twin USB tuner based on the Afatech AF9013 chipset which
> works well. And despite what I consider a lack of quality programming on
> free-to-air TV, I find two tuners often isn't enough. Maybe four will
> do. I don't even watch that much TV, I don't know what's going on.
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