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Hauppauge touts 'world's first' triple-tuner TV card

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hauppauge wintv hvr-3000 triple tuner tv card

Hauppauge is doing a Gilette. Tired of the limitations of two TV tuners, Hauppauge's WinTV HVR-3000 ups the count to three, the first tuner card to do so, the company claimed today. The PCI card has a co-ax input to pick up free-to-air digital satellite and terrestrial broadcasts, and analogue TV transmissions. It'll relay FM radio through your speakers, and has s- and composite-video inputs to feed in other devices.

The HVR-3000 ships with DVR software to pause and rewind live broadcasts, and archive content to the host PC's hard drive, auto transcoding it to MPEG 1 or DVD-friendly MPEG 2 formats.

Available now from a wide variety of UK retailers, the HVR-3000 costs £100 inc. VAT. ®

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