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Ceton InfiniTV 6 PCIe - 6-channel Internal Cable TV Tuner for CableCARD

by Ceton
119 customer reviews
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Price: $299.00 & FREE Shipping. Details
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  • Watch & record 6 HD cable TV channels simultaneously, including premium cable channels. Works with any U.S. cable TV provider.
  • Brings cable TV services to the PC, enabling cable + DVR + Internet TV and more, all on one device.
  • Eliminates costly cable box lease and DVR fees.
  • Low-profile PCIe card that also works in full-height PC cases.
  • *** IMPORTANT*** Make sure "Sold by CETON" is shown above. Otherwise you're buying no-support/no-warranty products from an unauthorized grey-market dealer. Click the "new" link below to find "Sold by CETON" versions if it's not shown above.
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Ceton InfiniTV 6 PCIe - 6-channel Internal Cable TV Tuner for CableCARD + Ceton Echo - Windows Media Center Extender + Ortek Windows 7 Vista XP Media Center MCE PC Remote Control and Infrared Receiver for Home, Premium and Ultimate Edition
Price for all three: $495.95

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Product Description

The Ceton InfiniTV 6 PCIe is the world's only 6-tuner internal digital cable TV tuner for the PC! InfiniTV turns your PC into the ultimate set-top box and DVR. With InfiniTV on your PC, you can replace your cable set-top box and associated monthly lease and DVR fees and use Windows Media Center functionality to watch and record up to 6 live cable TV channels at once, including HD and premium channels like HBO, Showtime and Starz! InfiniTV 6 PCIe is an internal device in the PCI Express (PCIe) form factor. If you're looking for an external device with the same capabilities, check out the Ceton InfiniTV 6 ETH network tuner model. When used with Windows Media Center Extenders like the Ceton Echo or Xbox 360, you can also stream live or recorded cable channels to other TVs in your home over your home network. Using only a single cable connection and single CableCARD from your cable operator, InfiniTV can deliver all your cable channels and full DVR capability on any TV set. Requires a compatible PC with Media Center on Windows 7 SP1 or Windows 8 Pro. Requires a cable TV subscription and CableCARD from your cable operator. Windows Media Center Extender(s) required to access cable channels and recordings on secondary TV sets. IMPORTANT NOTE: Only Ceton products sold on Amazon that are listed as "Sold by Ceton" are covered by the Ceton Warranty and eligible for free support. Ceton products sold on Amazon by other sellers do not qualify.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00D97B9BU
  • Item model number: EL-UDON-70806
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (119 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,986 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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Seller Warranty Description
Ceton Corp. warrants all "Ceton" branded products to be free from defects in materials or workmanship under normal use for the period of 1 (one) year from the original date of retail purchase by the original purchaser. Purchase must have been made from a Ceton authorized retailer, as listed on Ceton's website. If the purchase was made from Amazon.com, it must be shown as "Sold by CETON" on the invoice. Proof of purchase is required for warranty services.

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64 of 66 people found the following review helpful By E. Dunn on October 10, 2013
UPDATE: 12/17/14 - Just a quick update here, a year and two months later. Just wanted to add - has been working fine/flawlessly. I see from some other reviews and some folks may be getting a dud or some other issue. I will say, setting up an HTPC CAN be complicated and there are so many factors involved: The Tuner Card, Windows Media Center (or other program), the PC itself (hard drive, RAM issues, space issues, CPU, heat, dust, time synchronizing), Microsoft, the cable provider, the cable run from the street to house, to your TV...but the end result makes it all worth while. Good luck! Also, feel free to ask any questions in the comment section - I'm pretty good about responding quickly. Not involved with CETON at all, just a happy customer who has done PC tech support for most of his adult life. ;)

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Going to break this down in two versions - short and sweet and long and detailed.

Short version: It was easy as pie. No external add-ons needed, no beta drivers. Works GREAT - definite must buy.

Here's the long(er) version.

I bought this on my wife's account from Amazon and I installed in last Sunday (it's now Thursday). I have an HP desktop pc (DVR) that I installed it on. I was a little nervous because I'd heard that there was a four tuner limit/restriction on Windows Media Center and that there was something like Tuner Salad or something or other that you had to use in order to get the six tuners recognized. I'd read elsewhere that you could get a beta driver from Ceton and it would take care of the issues.

Well, let me put all that to rest and also back up a step - I was coming from a SiliconDust 3 tuner external model.
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31 of 33 people found the following review helpful By John on December 17, 2013
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I had a number of issues getting this to work properly, none of which were related to the product, so hopefully this helps someone.

First, this works great, I've been using it for a week and love it! I did a price comparison to my current DVR costs and found buying this and putting it into a PC that we don't use anymore, it will pay for itself in a few months and gives me a LOT more options then the junk DVRs from Verizon.

If you're like me, you don't like reading directions and figure "I'll be able to make this work," but trust me, *** READ BELOW ***

I am using Verizon FiOS as my home service and already had a cable card from a TiVo. If you don't have one yet, let me give you some advice and ask them to send you TWO. Chances are they will screw up something on the first one and have to do it again. Then send the other back.

If you ever wondered where those people go who never graduated from high school, it's CableCard support at your ISP. Over eight hours on the phone in two days, I finally got this working -- only after I had to tell them what to do. I spoke with five different people until I was finally reading someone online and told the guy what to do, then it worked. Could have saved hours, so hopefully this helps.

*** STEPS ***
First, turn off your computer and plug this in. Before you go one step futher, write down all the number and info from the back of the CableCard. It is important because you will need these for later!

Then once you put it back together, now connect the coax cable to the back and make sure your CableCard is firmly in place. DONT push it in or you'll break the pins, jiggle it around until you feel them set, then slowly push the card in.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Ryan H. on August 18, 2013
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Works great, easy to setup. If you have Comcast make sure you call the cable card support number provided in box.

If you have tried the Ceton 6tuner ETH and or the Silicon dust prime 3tuner device and had pixelation issues, give this one a try. I have used all weekend without the pixelation issues I had on the network style tuners.

Tuners tried: Ceton PCIe 4tuner (no issues),Ceton USB 4tuner (no issues),Ceton ETH 6tuner (had pixelation issues),Silicon Dust Prime 3tuner (had pixelation issues), and the Ceton PCIe 6tuner (no issues, and 6tuners!).
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I bought this product from NewEgg a month ago because it had a $20 bargain versus Amazon; a month later, Amazon has it priced at $200, which is way lower than I paid for it at NewEgg.....man, I should had waited, but anyway, onward with the review:

The product is self-explanatory: it's a cablecard 6-tuners for Windows Media Center. Windows Media Center is a great set-top box with alot of features without no DVR fees. And even though WMC has DRM with recordings from Premium Channels (you can only do playback with recordings from Premium Channel on WMC with WMC and no other playback software), if you have a desktop recorder (e.g. Bandicam, FRAPS, Nvidia's Shadowplay, etc.), you could just easily record WMC's playback to wipe away any DRM from the premium channels recordings.

In this review I want to focused more so on dealing with your cable provider because most owners of cablecard tuners are having their biggest problem, not with the product itself, but their cable provider.

Make sure you installed the Ceton Diagnostics software before you even put in your cablecard into your PC slot. The Ceton Diagnostics software is very IMPERATIVE, very.

Then after, plug in your cablecard into your PC, when plugged in correctly, open the Ceton Diagnostics and go the Cablecard section and it should states that your cablecard has been "detected". Now, if it doesn't detect your cablecard, then it's defective and you will need a new one.

While viewing the Ceton Diagnostics, if your Tuners did detected your cablecard, if should list other information, including Cablecard ID, Host ID, Data ID, Serial #, and it should tell you to call your cable provider for a "Validation Signal".
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