Details about Miglia TVDuo USB Digital TV (Freeview) Tuner for Mac, with EyeTV 3 softwareSee original listing
“Used but in perfect condition with all original parts”
14 Jun, 2014 14:53:57 BST
[ 14 bids ]
London, United Kingdom
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USB tuner unit
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Miglia TVDuo USB Digital TV (Freeview) Tuner for Mac, with EyeTV 3 software
The item is used but in perfect condition with all the original items, and includes the EyeTV software:
The TVDuo has twin tuners so you can watch one channel and record another, or record two separate channels. Or use both tuners and aerials together in 'Diversity' mode to maximise reception.
EyeTV v3 software included
The TVDuo came with Elgato EyeTV software v2.3.3 included. I upgraded the software online with Elgato to v3, (http://www.elgato.com/en/eyetv/eyetv-3) so I’ll included the license code for that too. It can be downloaded from the Elgato site at http://www.elgato.com/en/eyetv/eyetv-3/support/update
Q: What are the minimum system requirements for TVDuo?
A: A Mac with USB 2.0 built-in connectivity, a G4/1 GHz (or faster) processor or Intel processor, Mac OS 10.4.x and higher.
Q: What format does TVDuo use for recording?
A: TVDuo uses the format that is broadcasted by each TV station. Usually, this is MPEG-2, but some countries are introducing MPEG-4 broadcasts. TVDuo does not modify the MPEG stream in any way.
Q: Can I receive traditional analogue TV signals with TVDuo?
A: No. TVDuo only receives digital terrestrial signals. However, you will find that analogue channels are usually also broadcast in digital format.
Q: Does TVDuo support 16:9 broadcasts?
Q: Does TVDuo support surround sound?
Q: Does TVDuo support ‘Diversity’?
A: Yes, it does. This will improve reception in areas where mini-antennas are not very effective (low signal areas).
Q: Can I watch one channel while recording another?
A: Yes. TVDuo has two tuners, which let you watch one, record the other or watch two (Picture-in-Picture) or record two.
Q: Can I run TVDuo on a USB 1.1 bus?
A: No, the bandwidth provided by USB 1.1 is not sufficient to run TVDuo. PCI USB 2.0 cards are not Supported either. A built-in USB 2.0 bus is required to run TVDuo