Evaluation: Product evaluations
Subscribe via RSS Feed

Product evaluations


This is a discussion on Product evaluations within the DTV | HDTV Reception and Antenna Discussion forums, part of the Over-the-Air (Antenna TV) category.

Page 1 of 2 12 LastLast
Results 1 to 20 of 25
  1. #1
    Moderator
    Join Date
    Oct 2009
    Location
    Houston Tx USA
    Posts
    1,018

    Product evaluations

    PRODUCT EVALUATIONS
    Post your opinion here if it’s a
    JEWEL or JUNK

    We welcome your
    PICTURES and DRAWINGS with COMMENTS
    about any Television Industry related Product you’ve had

    Please follow one simple rule, in the small text Box above the top of your post, enter
    WHAT IT IS – THE MANUFACTURER – THE MODEL NUMBER
    in that order, so any searches will be better facilitated.


    Just look go to the top left corner of this screen, and click on REPLY to get started.
    or
    Just scroll down to see the Posted Evaluations

  2. #2
    Moderator
    Join Date
    Oct 2009
    Location
    Houston Tx USA
    Posts
    1,018
    Thread Starter

    Signal Meter – Antennas Direct - SM-100

    PRODUCT EVALUATION FOR:
    Signal Meter – Antennas Direct - SM-100

    THE PRODUCT:

    This instrument is a UHF Signal Strength Meter, which may be Battery Operated (9v), or, be powered by a Receiver.

    USAGE:
    To avail a convenient facility for the Aiming of an OTA Antenna.

    The package contains:

    THE METER:
    A well housed instrument, with clear writing for the indicators and functions.
    It has two threaded “F” female connectors: Power Input, and Antenna In.
    There are Five Display LED’s
    One Power (red) and Four (amber) LED’s indicting Signal Strength.
    The increments for Signal Strength are for: 60, 70, 80 & 90 dB/uV.
    The Meter Housing has a Wire Bracket attached to the rear, which could provide a backward angled placement on a Table, or, provide a facility where the Meter could be hung on a flat vertical surface (wall). This is a small hand held unit, and can easily be "pocketed".

    ACCESSORIES:
    A Power Cord is furnished:
    It is a well constructed adaptor, which provides a Snap Clip for a Nine (9) Volt Battery, that is connected to..
    The Power Wire which is conveniently short and of substantive Gauge, that is connected to...
    A “F” Male Push On Connecter, that has a well made Molded Grip.
    A fresh Nine (9) Volt Battery, was furnished with the assembly.

    PACKAGING:
    The Unit came in a molded Plastic Container, which would house the Unit satisfactorily, when it is not in use.
    There were two Compartments, one for the Meter, and one for the Accessories.
    The closure was a slide in, very readable Instruction Sheet, of stiff Cardboard, which keeps the Meter and Accessories in place.

    OPERATIONS:
    Upon plugging the Power Cord with Battery into the Unit, the Red Power LED lighted immediately.
    (A short Coaxial Cable is required to connect the Antenna, not furnished with Unit)
    When moving the Antenna right/left, the Amber LED’s snapped on and off with good definition.
    All the LED’s have ample brightness, to be seen clearly in bright Sunlight, should one aim an antenna with the unit, under such conditions.

    CUSTOMER SERVICE: (Vendor: Antennas Direct - Online)
    The product was delivered by UPS Ground, within Five (5) days of the order being placed.
    The cost of the Unit was as stated in the advertising material.
    There was no shipping charge, as stated in the advertising material.
    Initial inspection of the Unit, was that it had never been opened previously.
    The Unit was sufficiently packaged, and arrived with no physical damage.

    EVALUATORS COMMENTS:
    I like it, it’s simple to use, easy to set up, and it fits right back in the Package for storing.
    Instructions were clear, and define the ways (attachments) to use the Meter with just an Antenna, or with a Pre-Amp in line, or powered by a Receiver, with either of the previous options.
    I like the common 9V battery, get one anywhere.

    The Power Cord was XXEASY to connect (unit on/off), and all one had to do then, was use a short Coaxial Cable, to attach to the Antenna. Additionally, this unit can be inserted anywhere in the Antenna System, to view the Signal Strength at that point. ie: Compare what the Antenna sees, to what the TV sees, sort of a System Loss indicator.

    The Unit is sensitive enough, where it was very obvious where to point the Antenna. Actually, I think I probably got it better centered on the Transmitter Farm, better than what I had, using a Compass.
    Same thing on the disconnect, leave the Battery on the Cord, unplug it, and just stow the Meter and Cord back in the pseudo-case.
    The unit didn’t come with a Coax to attach the Antenna, but it didn’t say it would. I have lots of those anyway.


    I’m not concerned that I was shorted, given that the Unit is UHF only. My transmitters are all in the same location, and I have good confidence that zeroing in on the UHF, very likely focused my Antenna more precisely on the VHF as well.
    Only problem is, I only have one main Antenna, which I set and forget. BUT, if I was messing around with several Antennas, like testing them, or even back when I installed a lot, this little guy would be a MUST HAVE !

    I will use it (regretfully) more than I’d like to, with my Battery Operated System, when my Electrical Power and Cable go out due to storms. It will be an easy adjust for best reception, when moving my portable TV from one area of the house to another.

    EVALUATORS OVERALL OPINION OF PRODUCT:
    VERY satisfied with it, a JEWEL !

    OTHER INFORMATION:
    Specifications and purchasing information may be found at the following websites:

    Ebay.com

    Amazon.com

    Antennas Direct.com



    Have a good Day !
    S.W.
    Last edited by SWHouston; 12-06-2010 at 09:57 PM.

  3. #3
    Super Moderator
    Join Date
    May 2009
    Location
    Orange Springs, FL
    Posts
    2,253

    Am I doing something wrong (note other posts I no longer know what I am doing or saying) but I can only get the Antennas Direct link above to work.
    The more I understand, the less I know.

    PORK... The Other White Meat....

  4. #4
    Moderator
    Join Date
    Oct 2008
    Posts
    1,260
    Blog Entries
    29

    Great evaluation SW. I've often wondered which would give more accurate reults with something like the Antennas Direct - SM-100 vs. a converter box w/ onboard signal meter.

  5. #5
    Moderator

    Webmaster of EV's Antenna Blog

    Join Date
    Jul 2009
    Location
    Charleston, SC
    Posts
    2,373
    Blog Entries
    1

    SW Houston...

    What is the range for the meter? I know you gave some numbers, but how does that respond to a TV or Converter Box tuner and teh digital cliff?

    Can you hone in on pretty weak signals?

  6. #6
    Moderator
    Join Date
    Oct 2009
    Location
    Houston Tx USA
    Posts
    1,018
    Thread Starter

    Piggie,
    I'm not sure just what you're talking about, I tried the links, and they all worked, but, with Ebay and Amazon, you must enter the Item for it to look it up. Is that what you referred to? If those are not working properly, maybe I should remove them ?

    HTN,
    Having that Meter at the Antenna with you, will surely save one quite a few trips up and down to the Roof, or wherever.
    Beyond that, I don't happen to have a Signal Strength Meter available via my TV. I do with my DTVPal DVR and Plus, but, if I didn't have those, I'd be shucks out of luck, ya see !
    Actually, I was VERY surprised that I was off Azimuth as much as I was by just using a Compass. Using that little guy, brought my SStr up several points.

    EV,
    Sorry, but I can only speak to the dB/uV that the Meter is set to display.
    If one knew what values they actually placed (per unit of measurement) on the displays of those Tuners (like 0-100 uV = 0-100 Units of Signal Strength) then it could be related. But, I have NO idea what values those are. Too techy for me !
    At least the Meter gives you some concrete values though they are somewhat bold.
    (ie: it takes 10uV change to get it to drop or add a LED)

    As relates to "Honing In",,,
    It doesn't do that, any more that the ability of the Antenna being aimed (in its Beamwidth) to focus on a given Transmitter. If you have a very Directional Antenna, THEN you probably can hone in on a more specific signal/or signal group. But, given what Beamwidth my antenna has (about 30°) I wouldn't consider that "honing". However, the LED display did change immediately, when I moved off of the "Sweet Spot", it was very obvious.

    Have a good Day !
    S.W.
    Last edited by SWHouston; 12-16-2009 at 12:38 PM.

  7. #7
    Super Moderator
    Join Date
    May 2009
    Location
    Orange Springs, FL
    Posts
    2,253

    Quote Originally Posted by SWHouston View Post
    Piggie,
    I'm not sure just what you're talking about, I tried the links, and they all worked, but, with Ebay and Amazon, you must enter the Item for it to look it up. Is that what you referred to? If those are not working properly, maybe I should remove them ?
    S.W.
    SW I wasn't blaming you for the links, it's the way dynamic sites work these days, you can often not place a link to them.

    I did seach on SM-100 but didn't find them. Then again the wife says I can't find my glasses even if I am wearing them.

    I guess the bottom line is there any price advantage to using Ebay or Amazon?

    Or I could shock JER if I bought something from him.
    Last edited by Piggie; 12-16-2009 at 04:08 PM.
    The more I understand, the less I know.

    PORK... The Other White Meat....

  8. #8
    Super Moderator
    Join Date
    May 2009
    Location
    Orange Springs, FL
    Posts
    2,253

    Quote Originally Posted by SWHouston View Post
    HTN,
    Having that Meter at the Antenna with you, will surely save one quite a few trips up and down to the Roof, or wherever.
    Beyond that, I don't happen to have a Signal Strength Meter available via my TV. I do with my DTVPal DVR and Plus, but, if I didn't have those, I'd be shucks out of luck, ya see !
    Actually, I was VERY surprised that I was off Azimuth as much as I was by just using a Compass. Using that little guy, brought my SStr up several points.
    I tried several compasses and walked way out in a field near my house and aimed the antenna per TVFool, antweb, etc, which all agreed. But my actual peak was about 10 degrees off that. I moved the compass around in case something was throwing it off.

    Quote Originally Posted by SWHouston View Post
    EV,
    Sorry, but I can only speak to the dB/uV that the Meter is set to display.
    If one knew what values they actually placed (per unit of measurement) on the displays of those Tuners (like 0-100 uV = 0-100 Units of Signal Strength) then it could be related. But, I have NO idea what values those are. Too techy for me !
    At least the Meter gives you some concrete values though they are somewhat bold.
    (ie: it takes 10uV change to get it to drop or add a LED)

    As relates to "Honing In",,,
    It doesn't do that, any more that the ability of the Antenna being aimed (in its Beamwidth) to focus on a given Transmitter. If you have a very Directional Antenna, THEN you probably can hone in on a more specific signal/or signal group. But, given what Beamwidth my antenna has (about 30°) I wouldn't consider that "honing". However, the LED display did change immediately, when I moved off of the "Sweet Spot", it was very obvious.

    Have a good Day !
    S.W.

    What we used to do back in the day on just listening to audio would be to swing the beam until we heard signal drop off peak. Then swing the other way past the peak until you hear the same fade. Split the difference and you have close to a peak.

    Another good one is to turn the antenna 90 degrees to the station find the deepest side null. Most horizontally polarized antennas have a deep null off the side (not the ones between grating lobes but orthogonal to it's intended direction). Then turn the other way and find the side null and split the difference.

    If you antenna has excellent Front to Back, turn the back of beam toward the signal for a null.

    It's not because nulls are deeper than peaks on an antenna, but the nulls tend to be sharper (less beam width) than in particular the large front lobe.
    The more I understand, the less I know.

    PORK... The Other White Meat....

  9. #9
    Super Moderator
    Join Date
    May 2009
    Location
    Orange Springs, FL
    Posts
    2,253

    Ok, I ordered one. But considering the time of the year, I will probably get it after Christmas. I will then attach it to my test rigs and hopefully see a better pattern than using the quality meters on the boxes and TV. I will post results in the FreeVision thread, where I also compared it to the HD-1080.
    The more I understand, the less I know.

    PORK... The Other White Meat....

  10. #10
    Moderator
    Join Date
    Oct 2009
    Location
    Houston Tx USA
    Posts
    1,018
    Thread Starter

    Antennas Direct SM-100 Uses

    Piggie,

    This little guy is hardly a Spectrum Analyzer, but it did work well for me.

    I think it would be very applicable to those who may have problem with reading/using a Compass, or not be exactly sure where on the horizon, a given Azimuth may be. I know that sounds rather cynical, but, some people just don't have an aptitude for locating things like that.

    So, in that case...
    Find a signal source, do a scan, and see if what you got, is what you want.
    If not, check for another source/direction, and try that one.
    At least it may provide one with a way out of what they may feel is a dead end !

    Another use could be...
    Inserting the Meter after each component like...
    At the Antenna, then the coax to it, then after a Splitter and so on.
    This application could be quite helpful in locating a bad component, possibly after a Lightning Strike, or like if someone stepped on a Coax in the Attic..

    No doubt there are other applications for such a inexpensive portable device.

    Have a good Day !
    S.W.
    Last edited by SWHouston; 12-19-2009 at 11:32 AM.

  11. #11
    DTVUSA Member
    Join Date
    Dec 2009
    Posts
    44

    Would a satellite hdtv signal meter like this work for terrestrial?

  12. #12
    Super Moderator
    Join Date
    May 2009
    Location
    Orange Springs, FL
    Posts
    2,253

    Quote Originally Posted by SWHouston View Post
    Piggie,

    This little guy is hardly a Spectrum Analyzer, but it did work well for me.

    I think it would be very applicable to those who may have problem with reading/using a Compass, or not be exactly sure where on the horizon, a given Azimuth may be. .............

    Another use could be...
    Inserting the Meter after each component like...
    At the Antenna, then the coax to it, then after a Splitter and so on.
    This application could be quite helpful in locating a bad component, possibly after a Lightning Strike, or like if someone stepped on a Coax in the Attic..

    No doubt there are other applications for such a inexpensive portable device.

    Have a good Day !
    S.W.
    Well I read your report a few times over a week. I never move fast, but knew time was ticking and have seen a lot of inexpensive signal meters and figured it would not be cheaper for a while, maybe never.

    Reasons I bought

    1) play with a new toy
    2) Hopefully it will give me a more meaningful reading between antennas than the quality meter on my TVs and CECBs.
    3) Keep a base line record for the signal levels of my current antennas so I could tell if something goes wrong in the future. (on this note it would be good to test the antennas without an amp, but that means lowering the mast, etc. )
    4) Find loss if which section if something goes wrong.
    5) My test set up is my 11 ft mobile test set up (10 ft mast, plus the tripod adds a foot). I can say ok, I have X amount of signal on say the HD-1080 or FreeVision in my yard. Then go across town (3 miles here, small town) or the next town and say wow, you have a lot more signal than me or you need a HUGE antenna. Basically a baseline for knowing what I needed to pick up stations and what they will need in their yard. Several people I know including where I work (washing dishes) needs a TV antenna. So I know a few people still straggling to get on digital OTA. Many of them are sick of cable or satellite bill. A few realize they could save $10 a month or so and dump locals and use an antenna, since both sat companies charge for locals.


    I figure even without access to any test equipment I can use pieces of coax around here to estimate what would be x amount of db on it's scale.

    And I probably haven't thought of all the uses yet.
    The more I understand, the less I know.

    PORK... The Other White Meat....

  13. #13
    Super Moderator
    Join Date
    May 2009
    Location
    Orange Springs, FL
    Posts
    2,253

    Quote Originally Posted by johnlvs2run View Post
    Would a satellite hdtv signal meter like this work for terrestrial?
    Most likely no. The satellite service is all above the OTA frequencies. Most likely the device on Ebay reads the IF (intermediate frequency) of the satellite which is something in the 800 MHz to 2 GHz range (roughly) where as OTA is all below 700 MHz.

    Now, there is some chance it "might" work. It depends on how it's built, etc.

    But would I spend the money on it knowing my intended, main and possibly only use for the device were OTA TV? No, you would be MUCH better off spending the additional money and buy the reviewed product of this thread.
    The more I understand, the less I know.

    PORK... The Other White Meat....

  14. #14
    Moderator
    Join Date
    Oct 2009
    Location
    Houston Tx USA
    Posts
    1,018
    Thread Starter

    John,

    I have a little Meter just like the Pic shown.

    Mine is Model TLSF20 (CE)
    And mine is clearly identified to "see" 950-2150 MHZ.
    With Power req: DC 13-18v. (Std Sat Receiver V)
    Given the Freq Range it said, I didn't even try it on OTA, and bought the SM100.

    The literature on Ebay says HDTV/DirecTV for the one you linked, maybe it will work to some extent, but, I'll go along with Piggie...suspicious!

    Have a good Day !
    S.W.

    PS: BTW, That scale on it reads 0-10 dB
    Last edited by SWHouston; 12-21-2009 at 12:46 PM.

  15. #15
    Moderator
    Join Date
    Oct 2009
    Location
    Houston Tx USA
    Posts
    1,018
    Thread Starter

    TV Receiver – Hauppauge - WinTV HVR-850/1200 (Voyager)

    PRODUCT EVALUATION FOR:
    TV Receiver – Hauppauge - WinTV HVR-850/1200 (Voyager)



    USAGE:
    An external USB powered NTSC/ATSC/HD Terrestrial Television Receiver Module, for viewing Television via a Computer.

    The package contains:

    THE “STICK” Receiver:
    Is a “Cell Phone” sized instrument, with a USB connector on one side, and a Female “F” Coaxial Connector on the other. It seems well made, and is “pretty” enough to be displayed. It has two power indicators, one for Power Available, and the other for “on/off” status.
    This unit is somewhat chunky/thick, and a USB Extender Cord is furnished, to set the instrument back/away from a cluster of USB connections if necessary.

    ACCESSORIES:
    A USB Power Cord (very high quality) is furnished, about 6” long (conditionally required):
    A 4.5” Plastic Vertical “Rod” type Omindirectional Antenna with a flat base was furnished.
    A plug in Adapter, with Composite and S-Video output connectors for a Recording Device.
    A CD with the Software was furnished, which included placing Icons on the Desktop and Tray for operations of the Unit.
    An Operations Manual was furnished.

    PACKAGING:
    The Stick, USB Extender Cord, Instructions Manual and Antenna were in a Box (much larger than necessary) but well supported by an internal cardboard frame.

    OPERATIONS:
    The Unit plugs into a USB Slot in series, a very simple connect.
    The Software package is clear and legible, giving one the options of Channel Change, Frame Capture, Instant or Scheduled Recordings, and several other convenient features. Very programmable and user friendly.

    CUSTOMER SERVICE: (Vendor: MicroCenter – Houston Tx.)
    The product was purchased OTC (Over the Counter).
    The cost of the Unit was as stated in the advertising material.
    There was no shipping charge.
    Initial inspection of the Unit, was that it had never been opened previously.
    The Unit was sufficiently packaged, and observed to have no physical damage.

    EVALUATORS COMMENTS:
    WOW, and I mean it !!!
    But, I had just received a new LCD Flat Screen Monitor for X-Mas, and it looked GREAT, and clear as a bell !
    How convenient that they furnished a little Omni Antenna with it, that helped a lot, since I don’t have a line into the Computer Room from the MATV System. A convenient AutoScan got about 40 of the usual 60+ channels on it, but, I am rather close to a large Antenna Farm.
    (I don’t actually watch but about 8 or 9 of them anyway)
    This Antenna provided a very convenient arrangement which can be placed on a Table Top or Shelve.
    IF one was to hook this little guy up to a good Antenna, it would perform just as well as a $$ LCD TV !
    It even has its own version of a Signal Strength Meter, which read out in NM. But, it was consistent with the strengths of the channels as I found with other methods of testing.
    I was watching HDTV in less than 20 minutes, including the AutoScan for available channels.

    Note:
    The Salesperson told me that the software didn’t do very well with Win-XP, but, was fine with Vista.
    Fortunately I have that software on my Computer, so one need read the System Requirements carefully before purchase.
    Additionally, a larger capacity Hard Drive would be convenient.

    EVALUATORS OVERALL OPINION OF PRODUCT:
    VERY satisfied with it, a JEWEL !

    OTHER INFORMATION:
    This Company is in partnership with TitanTV , where one can look up programs (on the Titan Website), click on the one he wants to record, and the program will be entered into the Recording Scheduler of this device and be recorded, with only one simple click.

    Notes:
    Make SURE the date/time is set correctly on your Computer.
    HD Recordings may consume as much as 5 GB of Disk Space per hour.
    This company has several other Models of this type, which are much more capable
    (to include Remote Control, QAM Tuner & other features) and cost more than does this unit.
    This unit will do basic Cable also, like using a TV without the Cable Box.
    (Input OTA or Cable, one or the other, not both simultaneously)
    I don’t see any reason why two of these Units couldn't’t be used, should one want to have OTA and Cable available to be viewed on one Computer. Or, one could use an A/B Switch, to change signal input sources.
    Usual consideration should be observed concerning Power Requirements, when adding any external active USB powered device(s).

    Specifications and purchasing information can be found at the following websites:

    EBAY.com

    AMAZON.com

    HAUPPAUGE Digital Inc.com

    Have a good Day !
    S.W.
    Last edited by SWHouston; 03-04-2010 at 09:47 AM.

  16. #16
    DTVUSA Jr. Member
    Join Date
    Jan 2010
    Posts
    9

    Meter Electrical Diagrams - Field Strength / RF Signal

    Last edited by SWHouston; 02-07-2010 at 11:40 AM.

  17. #17
    Moderator

    Webmaster of Cache Free TV

    Join Date
    Feb 2010
    Location
    Logan, UT
    Posts
    3,839
    Blog Entries
    28

    SWHouston : RE


    PRODUCT EVALUATION FOR:
    TV Receiver – Hauppauge - WinTV HVR-850/1200 (Voyager)



    USAGE:
    An external USB powered NTSC/ATSC/HD Terrestrial Television Receiver Module, for viewing Television via a Computer.

    Thanks I'm looking into something like this, but what I want is a PCI card with a remote that will work on XP (recycled machine) for the PVR / HULU machine I'm building. But I could use this one on my wife's Vista Laptop. (I hate Vista, but it came with the machine)

    I have an older pci WINtv analog card in my main machine with a converter box on it, makes a great TV and good for converting analog sources to DVD. I can't use Titan TV with it though. Titan TV has a great guide, how well does yours integrate with titan, can you use it as you would a cable guide or TVGOS?

    A note here too, Hauppauge is supported by almost every pvr software out there, and ATI stuff (aka "all-in-wonder", "tv wonder" I've had some issues with in the past.

    Good stuff. Keep it up!

  18. #18
    Moderator
    Join Date
    Oct 2009
    Location
    Houston Tx USA
    Posts
    1,018
    Thread Starter

    Pogi,

    When I bought the WINtv the salesman told me it didn't work too well with XP, however that is pretty subjective, it may work well for you ?
    I think this mainly applies to just how brutish a Computer you have. One with lots of RAM and a HQ Video Card could provide you with quality viewing IMHO, even with XP, IF it even is a problem.

    One more thing though, concerning USB connections...
    There are passive and active USB components, and the active kind draw power from the Power Supply of your Computer.
    One should do a short list of all the components he's plugged in, and see if he might need to get a larger Power Supply.

    The TitanTV interface works great, and I know that Hauppauge has PC Cards and other external units for computers, most which are a lot more fancy than the one I bought.

    As a followup on my original recommendation...
    It's working great, and I'm happy with it.

    Check the links out on my first post, they may have added some components which one may like to have.

    Have a good Day !
    S.W.

    PS: Thanks for helping us keep an eye on Spam & Inappropriate Posts.
    Last edited by SWHouston; 03-02-2010 at 11:11 AM.

  19. #19
    DTVUSA Member
    Join Date
    Jul 2009
    Location
    Eastern Idaho
    Posts
    211

    Pogi,

    I use a Hauppauge HVR 1600 (pci card) on my old P4, 2.4 Ghz machine with XP SP3, 768 MB RDRAM, and an ATI Radeon 9800 pro video card. I use Wintv 7, their newest software version which has great scheduler integration with Titan tv. Wintv 7 will allow you to record from more than one 1600 card, assuming you have available pci slots and sufficient computing power. One can also simultaneously record analog and digital with wintv 7 and an HVR 1600. IMO, the 1600 is one of the top five computer capture cards out there, particularly for those of us with older XP machines and available pci slots. The newer cards usually require pcie slots.

    HTH,

    Rick

  20. #20
    Moderator

    Webmaster of Cache Free TV

    Join Date
    Feb 2010
    Location
    Logan, UT
    Posts
    3,839
    Blog Entries
    28

    Thanks for the INFO gang! from the Haupauge web site:

    WinTV-HVR-1600:

    1178
    1181
    1199
    1101*
    1183*
    (note3)

    *3. The Media Center kits and Media Center boards do not include an MPEG video decoder. If you are using Windows 7 Media Center, Vista Media Center or have a Media Center PC, it has come with a Microsoft certified Media Center MPEG decoder pre-installed. If you are using Windows XP, you will need a video decoder to watch TV under Media Center!


    I am liking this card, I'm thinking 2 of them in a PC (3 ghz, XPsp3, raptor 80 gb HDD for os + usb 1TB USB HDD + a good vid card with HDMI out ... )

    Mmmmm...
    MrPogi <----Wiping the drool from my chin...

 
Page 1 of 2 12 LastLast

Related Topics and Posts

  1. Product name changes, beware! - Off Topic Forum
  2. 3D TV Just a Niche Product - 3D HDTV Forum
  3. VIZIO Expands Internet Apps Product Line ... - Internet TV Forum
  4. Winegard Product Manuals Galore! - DTV | HDTV Reception and Antenna Discussion Forum

Quick Reply Quick Reply


Click here to log in

George ___________ was the first president of the United States (Answer this question correctly, it is used to stop spammers)

Share this Post

Join DTVUSAForum

The leading television and technology community discussion site, join today!

DTV USA Forum is the best source of television
and technology troubleshooting advice from a community of experts and members.

Back to top