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HP 5188-7344 ATSC NTSC TV Tuner Low Profile PCI Card (Refurbished)
Watch and record live TV on your PC with this HP 5188-7344 TV tuner/video capture card. This computer accessory features the ViXS Xcode 2105 chipset and PCI interface.
ITEM#: 12650167Watch and record live TV on your PC with this HP 5188-7344 TV tuner/video capture card. This computer accessory features the ViXS Xcode 2105 chipset and PCI interface.
- Receives both over the air digital (ATSC) and analog (NTSC) TV signals
- ViXS Xcode 2105 chipset
- PCI interface
- Supports digital TV (ATSC) and analog (NTSC) TV signals
- Single D1 MPEG2/4 (ASP, SP) encode capable
- Audio sampling rate: 32 kHz, 44.1, kHz, 48 kHz
- Low profile bracket
- Connectors: ATSC, CATV, S-Video, and 3.5 mm audio
- Bulk package
- Video cable: Not included
- Product requirements: Windows XP, MCE, 2005/XP, Pro/VISTA all editions and available low profile PCI slot
|Dimensions||7.5 in.x 3.75 in.x 1 in.|
|Manufacturer Warranty||90 day Distributor|
|Model Number||HP 5188-7344|
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Contrary to what the other review says, this card works great with all Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8 that have the Windows Media Center add on. (Windows Vista & Windows 7 comes with Windows Media Center, you must buy it extra with Windows 8) The 5188-7344 drivers are all included with Windows. Once you attach an antenna and do the first time Windows Media Center setup, your PC is now an HDTV Digital Video Recorder for all the local Digital TV stations in your area. To find out what kind of antenna you'll need and what stations you can get, go to the Consumer Electronics Association and National Broadcasters Association web site, http://www.antennaweb.org/Read More
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