- Minimum RAM: 512 MB
Elgato Systems 10020974 EyeTV Hybrid TV Tuner Stick for Analog, HDTV and FM Radio Reception
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- Comes with one year of free Program Guide data from TV Guide with optional renewal for only $19.95 per year.
- Includes award-winning EyeTV 3 software
- Record TV and FM radio shows and export them to your iPod, Apple TV, and iPhone
- Watch, pause, and rewind live television on your Mac and listen to FM radio
- Powerful, compact TV tuner stick
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EyeTV Hybrid TV Tuner Stick for HDTV, Analog TV & FM Radio
Enjoy stunning quality HDTV on your Mac with EyeTV Hybrid. EyeTV Hybrid receives digital and analog TV by antenna or cable, so it not only turns your Mac into the world's most affordable flat-screen HDTV and DVR, it is also an excellent solution for the Digital Transition.
EyeTV Hybrid also features composite video and S-Video analog inputs. Use them to connect a set top box to watch cable and satellite TV on your Mac, or to capture video from your old VHS tapes.
What's more, you can use EyeTV Hybrid to tune in to local FM radio on your Mac and record broadcasts to enjoy later on your iPod or iPhone.
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Watch, pause, and rewind live television on your Mac at your desk or from the comfort of your couch.
Sit at your desk and navigate the resizable window with a mouse, or go full screen and stretch out on the couch with the included remote control. EyeTV’s gorgeous on-screen menus makes it easy to channel surf and move through the Program Guide and menus in the comfort of your living room.
EyeTV features a comprehensive built-in program guide, with details listings provided by TV Guide*.
You can easily record any show with one click. Even set up automatic schedules record your favorite series, or create Smart Schedules to record just the shows you like.
*EyeTV one year of free service with optional renewal for only US $19.95 per year.
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Use EyeTV’s built-in Editor to remove unwanted content from your recording, or to crop the beginning and end of the show. The Editor also enables you to create one or more short clips from a longer recording and save the clips individually as new EyeTV recordings.
With one click you can add your recordings to your iTunes library for syncing with your iPhone, iPod or Apple TV. Take your recordings wherever you go. Watch your recordings on your big-screen television with an Apple TV. Build up your iTunes library with all your favorites. EyeTV can even handle the exporting automatically when recordings finish, so it doesn't take any clicks at all.
Top Customer Reviews
First, I'm not a corporate shill. My other reviews are some evidence of how long I've been buying stuff from Amazon. I am a Mac person and I enjoy gadgets. I am running the EyeTV on an '08 model MacBook and using over-the-air digital broadcasts.
The new EyeTV Hybrid (2009 version with FM radio reception) is an amazing package of hardware and software. It has its flaws, notably the remote control is not intuitive. But this could be sold without the remote and it would still be a great product. Here's a quick breakdown of important information:
-Which EyeTV Hybrid is this? This model came out in January 2009. Earlier models lack the FM radio tuner. Supposedly the hardware is better than earlier models. It also ships with the latest EyeTV 3.1 software.
-Ease of use: if all you are doing is watching broadcasts, the EyeTV package is easy to use. I would not recommend it for my elderly parents, but non-techies will have it up and running in a few minutes (assuming you have an antenna feed handy). Recording broadcasts is very easy too. Where it gets a little time consuming is taking those recordings and crunching them into smaller formats (e.g., for use on a home media server or an iPod). Don't get me wrong, this is still easy to do if you are at all technically inclined, but most people aren't going to sit there and methodically compress recordings.Read more ›
I immediately substituted it in my Intel iMac Core 2 Duo setup, and confirmed that my software v3.1.1 was current. Imagine therefore my surprise and disappointment when the previously marginal NBC station was not only not stronger but worse, it could no longer be received at all! Worse, another formerly solid station (WKNO) dropped to only marginal in signal strength. Thinking there must be some error in my plugging and unplugging, I shutdown the EyeTV application and reinstalled the 2008 model and restarted the EyeTV application. Presto, the signal strengths all returned to their former higher readings, and the missing NBC station reappeared, albeit with its marginal signal strength.Read more ›
Elgato has managed to shrink a digital HDTV tuner into a stick the size of a so-called "thumb drive", which turns any USB 2.0-capable Mac (G5 and later) into the coolest TV on the block. This little USB-plug-in device feeds an HD signal into the Eye TV software, which gives you access to a control center bringing together live TV, previously recorded programs, and a TV Guide-powered listings screen.
EyeTV affords me several luxuries by bringing TV to my Mac. First off, I can relax with one of my shows in any location, anywhere my MacBook Pro can go with me. On an airplane; at a friend's house; lying in bed late at night; anywhere. Watching TV in full screen most closely replicates the traditional television viewing experience, with the added benefit of the beautiful on-screen channel navigation, program guide, and program information courtesy of EyeTV and TV Guide.
Watching television while otherwise working on my Mac is where EyeTV gets to be real fun. I can set the program window to hover over all other open windows on my screen, and watch TV no matter what else I am doing. Gotta get a spreadsheet done? Code a webpage? Write a review for AAUG?Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have one of these that I bought at least 9 or 10 years ago. I think it cost $99. I have used it countless hours since then, exclusively on a Mac, with the EyeTV software, and it... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jeepstir
It is perfect. I can easily do stuff for which cable TV providers charge excessively. I can record any show any time, convert for use on my iPhone or computer monitor, and watch... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Happy purchaser
This product works good and met my expectations. I would recommend it to anyone who needs a similar product. Thanks.Published on September 13, 2013 by Pen Name
When my PC finally gave up the ghost, I lost desktop TV. So I bought this ElGato TV USB stick for my Mac mini, and have enjoyed desktop TV jusr like I used to, only better. Read morePublished on July 8, 2013 by george s.
This product performs as expected and advertised. I've been using it for several years now and it's still working well. Read morePublished on February 4, 2013 by Ronald R Suntken
So this is a great product - my parents gifted me one a few years ago when I left for college. Their support is very helpful and friendly, and I found it very easy to use. Read morePublished on December 31, 2012 by Kimberly Holmes
I've owned several DVR's in the past - a Tivo, Moxi, and one that came with my DirecTV. I was hoping that the Elgato EyeTV would be a suitable substitute for a DVR running on my... Read morePublished on August 11, 2010 by rmv
We're having trouble getting the El Gato to work. After a month they REFUSE to give phone support.
VERY UNHELPFUL TECH SUPPORT! BEWARE! Read more