Kworld USB ATSC TV Tuner TV Tuners and Video Capture UB435-Q
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- Support Digital TV (ATSC 8VSB) or Digital Cable TV (unencrypted QAM), "Compatible With Windows System"
- Watch Free Digital Terrestrial TV (ATSC) on the PC
- Supports up to 1920 x 1080i (HDTV Video Output) and Dolby Digital AC3 Audio Output
- Supports Time Shifting and Scheduled Recording function
- Auto Channel Scan and Name Recognition
- Edit the Video and Photo files with a simplified operation
- Supports EPG (Electronic Program Guide)
- Supports Real-time Video Recording in Mpeg-2 Format
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Enjoy ATSC TV and Clear QAM on your PC or laptop with high definition up to 1920 x 1080iYou can watch and record ATSC TV, 8VSB TV, and Clear QAM on your PC or laptop with this TV tuner stick. Furthermore, this TV tuner not only offers multiple TV signal receptions but also delivers high definition picture up to 1920 x 1080i which allows viewers to enjoy a superior visual quality. Once you captured the videos, you can edit and put your creativity to work with the CyberLink software. Afterward, you can either upload your videos directly into YouTube or burn them into DVD with DVD menu. You can even convert your production into other formats, in order to be watched in your iPod, PSP, or any of your small mobile device.
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I am very pleased with this and pleasantly shocked how well and easy it worked .
This product works and it works painlessly and is high quality. I expect something to work straight out of the box this did for me. I jumped through no hoops.
I’m currently running a HDHomerun with Windows Media Center and I wanted to add one more tuner . So I can be at the stock 3 tuner limit with Windows Media Center. I’m using a Windows 7 on an old 32 bit laptop.
So I ordered it and a USB extension cable since I am running a laptop. I don’t have room at my USB ports Well you don’t need it. It comes with a extension cable . It also comes with a mickey mouse antenna , I’m using a high gain antenna, so I can’t tell you if the provided antenna works. In town I don’t see why it wouldn’t work.
This product is a bargain.
So to install it, plug in the tuner to your computer and have it hooked to your antenna. Then use the provided CD to install the drivers , then go to Windows Media Center and in the settings have it find the tuner . It found all the OTA channels in my area . I have 22 in my area and it found them all. I’m also using a High Gain amplifier , and the amplifier and tuner play well with each other , another plus. Some don’t , this USB tuner does.
That’s it. I had it all running in less than 30 minutes.
If you are looking for a USB tuner …you found it.
I live on the edge of a top 50 city, on the HIGHEST ELEVATION side of town. ALL THE TOWERS are 3 to 12 miles from me with a total of 50 plus channels available. I have an $80 4-bay antenna on the roof / I have used configurations of 1 or 2 tune-able rabbit ears with and without the roof antenna, with and without signal amplification. I cannot pick up 1/3....33%..... of the channels on any given day. I HAVE A cheap HANNSPREE 24" MONITOR/TV IN MY GARAGE - A $3 12 INCH MAGNETIC ANTENNA RECEIVES ALL CHANNELS AVAILABLE, WITH THE MAXIMUM EFFORT BEING ROTATING THE ANTENNA 90 DEGREES.
I am an audio/video aficionado of 40 years (STORED AND IN-USE ON SITE - Older tube-type amp, 9 PC flat monitors, boxes of coax, coax couplers, signal amps, 300 ohm and 75 ohm connectors of all sorts, 3 "set-up" component surround sound systems, 3 more AV receivers on the shelf, 6 pairs of speakers NOT in use including Polk studio monitors, RE20 Electrovoice mike and Shure mixer board from my former Voiceover business, etc.)
I am currently a self-employed 25 year small business I.T. consultant.
I am not a special person, but I have a bit of experience and have invested hours and hours into making 4 of these function. I am only angry at myself for trying to utilize them beyond the return window. I am eternally hopeful. These are the wrong items with which to be hopeful.
In my opinion, these are cheap, basically useless and their fluctuation and unpredictability should preclude even the most knowledgeable AV/IT person from attempting to configure them. Useless and distressing crap.