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Good M-Card TV Tuner for PC

Discussion in 'Newcomers Forum' started by BluePoet, July 29, 2017.

  1. BluePoet

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    I will start by saying that I have to install the Media Portal. I currently have a Tivo Bolt but I hate the amount they charge to use their device yearly. So I am looking at other options. I have a M Card in the Tivo currently and I am thinking of trying to find a M Card reader for a PC, move the card over to the computer and then use Media Portal to record live shows. Was curious if anyone uses Windows 10 and what they suggest for a tuner card. Would like something that can record up to 6 shows in HD. I was looking at the Ceton Infi 6 but the reviews on it are making me question it. Was curious what others are using and what works well with Media Portal. Also for Media Portal, should I use 1 or 2?




     
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    "M card reader for a PC" is called a CableCARD tuner. As stated in our wiki/manual, Ceton, Hauppauge and Silicondust CableCARD tuners all work with MediaPortal.
     
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