ildefonso.camargo at gmail
May 18, 2012, 2:58 PM
Post #8 of 10
On Fri, May 18, 2012 at 4:44 PM, Devin Heitmueller
<dheitmueller [at] kernellabs> wrote:
> On Fri, May 18, 2012 at 4:16 PM, Jose Ildefonso Camargo Tolosa
> <ildefonso.camargo [at] gmail> wrote:
>> Yup, I even tried to connect both of them, unplugging my PVR-150, and
>> connecting both cables to the HVR-1800 (it has a third connector
>> labeled as FM, I even tried to move a cable there, just in case): no
>> luck..... on a side note, the 27MHz crystal this card has looks a
>> little smashed (likely during shipping, but hard to tell), I don't
>> know if that 27MHz crystal is part of the analog tuner circuit or
> I would have to look at the schematic to see if the 27 MHz xtal is
> required for analog. It's highly likely that it is though since if I
> recall the ITU-656 bus servicing the video decoder runs as 27 MHz.
> If it doesn't work under Windows, then you likely have a bad board and
> should get it replaced. I bought one on Ebay for $20 a couple of
> weeks ago, but it doesn't include the A/V inputs.
Nice, however, I don't think the 1800 is for me, I mean, I don't see
anybody being able to actually use it in analog mode... I need analog,
but I also need PCIe.... do you have a suggestion?.
Also, my HVR-950q no longer works with mythtv (analog too), it even
produce a kernel "BUG" message that was discussed here some time
ago.... so, either fix mythtv (to work a little more like tvtime when
dealing with analog cards), or try to fix the driver: both options are
quite time-consuming, and I can't right now (and only God knows for
how long :( ).
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