|Item model number||5102-DCT04EX-USB|
|Item Weight||1.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||7.1 x 5.2 x 1.1 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||7.1 x 5.25 x 1.1 inches|
Ceton InfiniTV 4 USB - 4-channel External Cable TV Tuner Device for CableCARD
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- ** THIS MODEL HAS BEEN UPGRADED. PLEASE SEE INFINITV 6 ETH FOR THE LATEST VERSION **
- Watch & record 4 HD cable TV channels simultaneously, including premium channels
- Brings cable TV services to the PC, enabling cable + DVR + Internet TV and more, all on one device
- Eliminates costly set-top box lease fees and monthly DVR fees
- Works with any U.S. cable TV provider
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The Ceton PCIe unit has been by far the easiest set up, most stable and the best card of the three. It has never had a glitch, it was set up and running in no time, the cable company techs had very little difficulty getting it going and it has never ever shown so much as a single pixel of picture faults. No "tiling" and no slow downs. No over demands on the computer. The only cons with the Ceton PCIe card are the heat inside the box and the lack of tuner pooling. Until I could get the other tuners up and running I was sharing the PCIe tuner with two other PCs running Media Center which worked flawlessly on a wired network. However, without tuner pooling I had tuner conflicts like no tomorrow!! 4 tuners are not enough for cable recording. Not even close without pooling. You should think very seriously about heat dissipation if you are considering putting two of these inside your computer.
The HD Homerun Prime was more (a whole lot more) difficult to set up, but that really is more a function of Charter Cable's difficulty in keeping two CableCard installs straight at the same time. I can't fault the picture quality, though it seems to be ever so slightly more grainy than the Ceton PCIe. On the Panasonic VT-25 the picture was very, very good though just a bit more grainy than with the Ceton PCIe.Read more ›
My Windows 7 32-bit install was a carryover from a SageTV/DirecTV/HDPVR configuration and with tweaks for that configuration which I thought might be the reason for my stability problems. A residence change resulted in my change to Comcast and this configuration. As a result of the disconnect/reboot issues with the Ceton I performed a wipe and rebuild on 7 64-bit to prevent any possible conflicts. My initial findings on 64-bit were very promising with stability for 10 days before the problem occurred with disconnect/reboot.
Based on other reviews here on Amazon I opened a trouble ticket on the Ceton support center and described my problem with a request for the updated firmware. I received an almost immediate response with a link to download the update and instruction on how via the Ceton diagnostic tool. All seems to be smooth, and have not had the problem since.
Since the problem is correctable I would not hesitate to purchase another, or recommend to a friend.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Works well if you have good usb ports, my msi motherboard had usb ports the would cut out any time a high wattage device was turned which would require my dvr to be reset.Published 8 months ago by John R.
My cable provider is Time Warner. I got my cablecard from them, put it in the tuner, called the cable number provided, gave them
the onscreen numbers and everything worked... Read more
I bought this to replace my old USB single tuner ATI all in wonder cable card tuner on my Windows 8.1 computer. Read morePublished on March 21, 2014 by David
will not work with win 8.1 with media center. Ceton was no help and said they had know drivers for win 8.1 , looks like they should keep up. Read morePublished on March 12, 2014 by lisa risa
Took a bit of going back and forth between WMC and the Ceton box, but it's pretty straight forward once you learn a few things about how it connects. Read morePublished on February 28, 2014 by David Timony
This will be short and sweet. My provider is Verizon FiOS and I have used PCIe and USB TV cards for years. Read morePublished on February 19, 2014 by 572Rocks
Works with Comcast digital cable on my old HP PC I've repurposed as a WMC entertainment hub. Occasional loss of signal, but I believe that's due to the cablecard itself.Published on February 8, 2014 by Kevin B.