Awesome hardware runs a bit hot but cr p software interface. I wish I’d never got involved. It worked great with a crap aerial but failed on the house loft aerial. Very slow to change channels; even slower in weak signal areas. Lamptron FC SE fan controller. The capture files are MPEG x
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Sweet as a nut aalog the old 40″ LCD, setting screen res to x does allow full or half screen mode for when I want to watch “in the corner” For the money I paid 40 poounds I could not have asked for a more superior piece of kit for my PVR needs. The software supplied is weak and the aerial is more or less useless. Arctic BioniX F and F fans. We live about a mile from the two regional transmitters so signal is exceptionally strong.
Very slow to change channels; even slower in weak signal areas. The end result is a really useful combination even if it took a little research to get all the software stikc. It sounds like your signal is too strong and is overloading the dvb-T sticks very basic amplifier ie it can’t reduce the signal enough so its clipping.
DV Hardware review – Freecom DVB-T USB Stick
This is a complete waste of money and time. However I have problems with the sound channel being out of sync, which I am trying to fix – see anaog. It worked great with a crap aerial but failed on the house loft aerial. There are currently people online.
Still it’s better than any of the Hauppauge software I have used in the past. Purchased a booster ariel but same result. Free software such as VirtualDubMod can with analg appropriate codecs open and edit the files. The rest never worked.
Freecom DVB-T USB Stick review – DV Hardware
Negatives Sitck bundled software isn’t very flexible. All stories of poor or no reception obviously haven’t installed the drivers correctly or are either overloading or underachieving the optimum digital amplification needed. What a load of rubbish!!!!
I’ve encountered this problem with an Rfeecom dvb-t stick. The user interface looks antique and ill thought out. A very disappointed an analoh customer! The alternative, I’d suggest, would be to pay for better PVR software. Puts the windows software to shame. In our house we needed to gang together two RF attenuators a 12dB and a 6dB before the stick would work. Uab hardware runs a bit hot but cr p software interface.
Used to work fine but moved to another flat with much better signal and is dodgy. It is about the same size as a USB memory pen, making it the world’s smallest digital TV and radio receiver, allowing access to digital TV and radio programs anywhere, subject to reception, topography, objects, weather and Freeview coverage.
Where is the XP like update?
Freecom DVB-T & Analogue TV USB – Aria PC
After going ksb channels and back down the channels again it’ll suddenly find the video again! File sizes are perfectly manageable around 2Gb for an hourand there’s no tweaking needed unlike my last attempt using Hauppague which hv HD space at a staggering 1Gb a minute!! However most of these restrictions are resolved by simply connecting an indoor TV aerial into the adapter between the aerial cable and the stick itself.
Picture quality in Linux beats the windows bundled software. Had 2 swaps and still the same. Ozone Rage ST headset.
Freecom DVB-T & Analog TV USB STICK (Hybrid) 27442 Leaflet
I have purchased a much bigger and amplified aerial which does the job where the signal is reasonable. The solution is to get an attenuator or two to sit between the stick and the aerial line. Give it a go.