Timothy Murphy wrote:
> On Monday 21 August 2006 21:12, Gavin McCullagh wrote:
>>>>in case anyone's looking for a cheap tv tuner card, Peats on Parnell Street
>>are currently selling a Pinnacle card which uses the SAA7134 chip. It's
>>Eur20 and works out of the box with any recent linux kernel. Admittedly it
>>doesn't do mpeg encoding but for Eur20 you can't complain.
>>> Presumably one has to be connected to a TV aerial?
> Can one use one of these wireless connectors
> to allow use of a second TV in another room,
> as sold eg by Power City?
Can't see why not, as long as they've got
an aerial output for connecting to the "TV".
Here are a list of frequencies to tune to:
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