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ClimaxDigital DTV200 TV DVB-T USB 2.0 Tuner/Receiver/ Adapter/Dongle/Stick Freeview with Aerial, Remote Control and TV for PC and Laptop (supports XP / Vista 32bit/64bit/Windows 7)

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  • Watch live terrestrial DVB-T digital TV on your PC or laptop, in a window or full screen. Full bank reception (compliant with EN 300744 / DVB-T); Full channel and territory auto scan (6/7/8 MHz). DVB-t gives you better pictures and CD quality sound. You can also listen to DVB-T radio in stereo! It supports video formats MPEG1/2/4 and H.264. It supports Windows 7 Media Center.
  • Record DVB-T digital TV as MPEG 1&2 format to your PC s hard disk in real time, Playback your TV recordings at any time onto your PC screen in full original digital quality. Time Shifting, pause watching TV program; Schedule watch TV program at specified time; schedule recording
  • Extra powerful Small antenna provide robust clear signal reception. Watch digital TV at home or when you travel; Remote your DVB-T receiver, working area within 0.5-1m; Multi-channel preview to quickly access favorite programs
  • Please ALWAYS install and use the driver from the included software CD. Please install the driver from the included software CD BEFORE you plug the DTV600 DVB-T stick into the USB 2.0 port. (The auto-installed driver from Microsoft will cause remote not work properly). For Linux users: the driver on the CD only supports kernels up to and including 2.6.29.
  • ***supports ONLY USB 2.0, it doe NOT support USB 1.0,1.1*** supports XP / Vista 32bit/64bit/Windows 7). Real USB2.0, Power from USB, no external power adaptor required, tiny size, lower power consumption. A rooftop TV aerial may be required to receive Freeview in regions where the signal is insufficient for a portable antenna. ***If you are looking for DVB-T TV Stick with DAB/DAB+ Digital Audio and ArcSoft TotalMedia? 3.5, please search "ClimaxDigital DTV300" on Amazon***;If you are looking for USB Dual DVB-T TV Tuner, please search "ClimaxDigital DTV395" on Amazon Shop
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BrandClimaxDigital
Item model numberDTV200
  
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ASINB001EDO3MI
Best Sellers Rank 9,408 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Date First Available16 Aug 2008
  
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***If you are looking for DVB-T TV Stick with DAB/DAB+ Digital Audio and ArcSoft TotalMedia? 3.5, please search "ClimaxDigital DTV300" on Amazon.** ***If you are looking for USB 2.0 DUAL DVB-T TV Tuner, please search 'ClimaxDigital DTV395' on Amazon*** ***IMPORTANT*** 1.It supports ONLY USB 2.0, it does NOT support USB 1.0&1.1*** 2. Video record format supported: MPEG 1 and MPEG 2 3. Supports both MPEG2, H2.64 (MPEG 4) Encoding, you can watch TV (H2.64 or MPEG4) 4. *Please ALWAYS install and use the driver from the included software CD. Please install the driver from the included software CD BEFORE you plug the DTV600 DVB-T stick into the USB 2.0 port. (The auto-installed driver from Microsoft will cause remote not work properly). A rooftop TV aerial may be required to receive Freeview in regions where the signal is insufficient for a portable antenna** Package Contents: 1)1 X DVB-T receiver 2)1 X Extra powerful antenna 3)1 X Remote control 4) 1 X Quick installation guide 5)1 X Software and driver CD

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128 of 131 people found the following review helpful By Ricky Goodchild on 3 Jan 2009
When I ordered this,I amazed at the price. How could it be any good yet be so cheap? I ordered it anyway and within 5 minutes of starting the installation process I was watching crystal clear tv on my laptop. The aerial (which is petite to say the least) plugs into the usb dongle and I managed to get 12 channels.So I figured if I plug in a larger aerial maybe I'll get more channels. I used one of the satellite dish looking aerials (the kind that sit on to pof the tv) and hey presto - 52 channels. Recording with it is so easy and picks up a terrific picture,either video or still picture.

You can also choose from over 30 different countries tv channels too!

I'm more than happy with this product :-)))
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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Mr. R. Szabo on 9 Feb 2010
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Using with Win7 (both 32 and 64 bit versions). The installation is completely smooth, Windows Media Centre recognises and uses the tuner without any problem. And with the small antenna I have a quality reception of digital TV channels in London area: 90+ channel (inc radio) available; majority is high quality a small number with minor issues. I had expected a toy-quality reception but got a normal quality TV function seemlessly integrated with media centre. Highliy recommended product.
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46 of 47 people found the following review helpful By R. V. Harris on 20 Aug 2009
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As this device was relatively cheap my expectations were not too high. Was I wrong, this device and associated software are brilliant. After a very simple installation a scan quickly installed 61 freeview channels. The software is excellent providing easy editing of channels, playback, and recording. It can burn the recorded material to cd or dvd (provided the computer has cd and/or dvd RW drives). It also does so much more which I have yet to explore. An absolutely brilliant device.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Paul Stewart VINE VOICE on 6 Mar 2010
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Using a desktop PC running Windows 7, no need to install any software. Windows Media Centre installed the drivers.

With the aerial supplied, no stations found out here in deepest darkest Rural Somerset. Connected to my rooftop aerial and WOW. More stations than my Sony TV.

We went digital here, last year. No more analogue stations. This USB chip is brilliant.

Not yet managed to get the remote control working. Using Media centre, its a doddle to control.

Its great being able to select a program to record then either watch it back on the computer later or better still, burn a DVD to watch in the lounge, using rewritable DVD+RW discs.

I now record radio programs as well.

Amazing price, I am like a dog with two tails.
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37 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Little Old Lady on 5 Dec 2009
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I am absolutely NO computer expert! The exsisting expensive TV dongle would not work with Windows 7 so bought this nice cheap version. Installed with absolutely no problems using Windows 7 Media Player. Never found a portable aerial that works here, (including expensive Terratec version) so plugged into main aerial, good reception and some 100 stations found, so I am happy
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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Computer user on 29 Dec 2009
ClimaxDigital is the UK distributor; the stick is actually manufactured by mainland Chinese company Forward Video Co. Ltd. and on the box it is named "ezcap USB 2.0 DVB-T Stick", model number EzTV860.

I successfully installed the driver and TV viewer application in 32-bit Windows XP Pro and it works well and is straightforward to use.

But I actually bought the stick to use with Linux (a 64-bit distribution with the 2.6.32 kernel), and with that it does not work. After examining the Linux installation software dated August 2009 on the supplied CD I discovered that the supplied driver is only for Linux kernels up to version 2.6.29, so if you are using a later kernel then you're out of luck.

Presumably Forward Video will create an updated driver at some point in the future, but I could not wait for that to happen so I then forked out more money and bought a different manufacturer's stick that has a driver built into the kernel since version 2.6.30, rather than the external module approach used for the EzTV860.

The demodulator chip (AF9035) in this EzTV860 stick is relatively new and I only know of two or three DVB-T stick manufacturers that use it so far. Presumably support for this chip in Linux will improve in future, but that is no use to me now.

I did try the stick with a 32-bit Linux distro and a 2.6.28 kernel and it did work under that configuration. Although the manufacturer bills the stick as working with Linux, I found no mention of the kernel versions that it works with. It's a pity that neither the manufacturer nor the UK ditributor ClimaxDigital publicise the fact that the current version of the driver on the CD only supports kernels up to and including 2.6.29.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By I. Turner on 22 July 2010
Climax Digitals USB tuner/receiver does exactly what it says on the box.
Installation was very easy, and I was watching England lose the world cup in no time at all.
The layout of the controls is quite intuitive, easy to use and free of hassle....a great product!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Ms. B. Clarke on 28 Mar 2010
Can't fault the hardware at all. Sure, the aerial supplied is not fit for purpose but I already had an external rooftop aerial so that wasn't a problem for me. The remote is also next to useless unless you have clear sight of the stick. I plugged the stick into the rear of my tower PC so the signal from the remote wont be found but if you have a laptop or are prepared to plug it into a front USB port no point even unwrapping it.

Also, bear in mind that isn't like a freeview box. There are no coloured buttons which is a little annoying for sports coverage when the Red button allows you to switch commentary etc.

Alas, the software while it does work, leaves a lot to be desired. 16:9 feeds are lost when you go to full screen and so stretches the picture to 4:3 and it looks horrible. There is also no way to sort channels and I found that the BBC channels were way to high up in the program list. Don't expect a fix for the software as it has not been developed since 2007 and is indeed now released as freeware (so why the registration code?).

I don't understand as to why they need to give us TVR 3.0 when on the CD comes a great little package called BlazeVideo Player 4.0? It is far superior in every way than TVR and fixes the above problems. Unlike TVR, BlazeVideo is still in development and now up to version 6. A free 14 trial can be had from there website (Google it).

It works and it's a bargain. Shame about the poor software though.
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