Dual Tuner PCI-Express TV tuner for Microsoft Media Center.
WinTV-HVR-2200 MC features
- Dual Digital or Analogue TV for your Vista Media Center PC in a single slot PCI-Express 1x board. The WinTV-HVR-2200 MC includes two analogue and Freeview DVB-T digital TV receivers, all on one PCI Express board!
- Use the MyTV button in Media Center to watch, pause and record TV on your PC. And use Media Center’s built-in TV scheduler to record your analogue or Freeview digital TV programmes to disk.
- Connect to a satellite or cable TV set-top box with the built-in S-Video or composite connectors.
- Product ships with half height and full height bracket.
With Microsoft Media Center and the WinTV-HVR-2200 MC you can
- Watch Freeview digital TV (DVB-T) or analogue TV on your PC screen while recording a different channel on the second tuner!
- Pause analogue or digital TV, with instant replay, skip, fast forward and rewind.
- Record digital TV programmes in original MPEG-2 quality.
- Record analogue TV to disk in high quality MPEG-2 quality with the hardware MPEG-2 encoder.
- Use Media Center’s TV scheduler to automatically record your favourite TV shows. Playback your recordings at any time on your PC screen.
Watch analogue and digital TV on your Media Center PC. The WinTV-HVR-2200 MC includes everything you need to watch, pause and record analogue PAL and digital Freeview TV on your Vista Media Center PC.
The WinTV-HVR-2200 MC can be used in either full height or half height PC systems, using the supplied low profile adapter bracket.
WinTV-HVR-2200 makes your PC future proof. WinTV-HVR-2200 MC can switch between analogue PAL TV and digital Freeview TV, so you can watch analogue PAL TV now and receive Freeview TV when it is available in your area. You can also connect your cable TV or satellite TV set top box to WinTV-HVR-2200, so you can watch, pause and record set top box programmes too.
WinTV-HVR-2200 MC is a compact, low profile, dual tuner, PCI-Express card that fits in all the latest Microsoft Vista Home Premium and Ultimate PCs with a PCI-Express 1x slot. If you have a normal PC or an extra slim one, WinTV-HVR-2200 MC comes with both full height and half height brackets.
- DVB-T or Analogue TV reception requires a TV aerial (a high gain rooftop aerial is recommended). If you have a cable or satellite TV box, Windows Media Center will need to use the “IR blaster” to control the box for channel changing.
- For Digital Terrestrial reception, some viewers may need to replace their aerials if the installation is old or in poor condition. Digital Terrestrial coverage is improving all the time as digital terrestrial television transmitters are continuously being updated. However it may take some time for full coverage to reach particular areas of the country. Your local retailer will be able to provide up to date coverage information for your area based on a post code database. To check if you can receive a digital transmissions in your area, enter your Post Code at: http://www.digitaluk.co.uk/
- An Internet connection is required for the Windows Media Center EPG service.
- The WinTV-HVR-2200MC supports DVB-T TV not DVB-T2.
- Tuner Reception:
- FM Radio.
- TV & FM Aerial connection.
- SVideo/composite input.
- 3.5mm stereo audio input.
- Minimum processor recommended:
- 2.0 GHz Intel® P4 or equivalent for TV watching.
- 2.8 GHz Intel® P4 or equivalent for analogue TV recording in MPEG-2.
- Microsoft® Windows® 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista with 1 GB RAM or Windows XP Service Pack 3 with 512 MB RAM
- Graphics with 64 MB of memory (minimum).
- Sound card or on board sound.
- Available PCI Express X1 slot (can be used in x4/x8/x16 slots).
- CD-ROM drive (for Software installation).
model 00340: WinTV-HVR-2200 MC with dual analogue & dual DVB-T support and English manual
Included in the box
- WinTV-HVR-2200 MC PCI-Express 1x card with a multi-standard PAL TV and DVB-T receiver, S-Video, composite video and stereo audio inputs.
- A low profile bracket, for use when installing in a low profile chassis.
- Media Center driver CD-ROM.
- Quick Installation Guide