Vista Media Center vs. Nobody has any drivers on the Freecom forums, and doesn’t seem to be any either anywhere else. I have found that the final DVD video picture quality is excellent this way. Insert the TV stick. The solution is to get an attenuator or two to sit between the stick and the aerial line. The software supplied is weak and the aerial is more or less useless. Find More Posts by freeair.

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Jaybird Freedom 2 wireless sport headphones. Extract the driver files to the desktop in a named folder.

[linux-dvb] Freecom rev 4 DVB-T USB tuner usb id 14aa

OK so here’s what’s happened so far. It can’t see a single channel, even when plugged into the same antenna as my Sony set-top box that has excellent reception on all Midhurst channels. Near Sandy Heath transmitter Services: Nobody has any drivers on the Freecom forums, and doesn’t seem to be any either anywhere else.

However most of these restrictions are resolved by simply connecting an indoor TV aerial into the adapter between the aerial cable and the stick itself. All times are GMT. The user interface looks antique and ill thought out.


Open Device Manager the traditional one – not the device stage thing! I wanted a small “always on top” window in the corner so I could watch TV while I was working. File sizes are perfectly manageable around 2Gb for an hourfreecok there’s no tweaking needed unlike my last attempt using Hauppague which devoured HD space at a staggering 1Gb a minute!!

We live about a mile from the two regional transmitters so signal is exceptionally strong. There were 3 drivers on the above not just dvvb-t.

A very disappointed an angry customer! Choosing Drivers I checked the link you gave but it was different to the link I’d vdb-t previously for the drivers which is this one: Drivers are easy enough to install in XP, but rather hit-and-miss in Vista. Originally Posted by Scrubbs.

[linux-dvb] Freecom rev 4 DVB-T USB 2.0 tuner usb id 14aa:0160

It just installed that and followed up with the drivers. System sees stick, says it is ready for use but is unrecognised. In device manager it shows as ‘unknown device’. It sounds like your signal is too strong and is overloading the dvb-T sticks very dgb-t amplifier ie it can’t reduce the signal enough so its clipping.


Freecom DVB-T & Analog TV USB STICK

The time now is Have tried using the latest Vista drivers from Freecom http: Awesome hardware runs a bit hot but cr p software interface. Originally Posted by Pushkar. All dvb-tt of poor or no reception obviously haven’t installed the drivers correctly or are either overloading or underachieving the optimum digital amplification needed.

Digitisation of the UK television infrastructure will see the end of the analogue service by Picture quality in Linux beats the windows bundled 27442. As soon as the device shows up, right click and select update driver, use the “browse my computer for Try to update drivers by pointing to the driver directory, ‘no better match found’.

Ewin Racing Champion gaming chair. Very slow to change channels; even slower in weak signal areas. If I look at its drivers ‘no drivers loaded’. Give it a go.