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TeVii S660


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  • HDTV
  • DVB-S2
  • USB
  • TV Tuner
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Technical Details
BrandTeVii USB S660 HDTV
Item Weight522 g
Product Dimensions21.4 x 16.4 x 6 cm
Item model numberS660
  
Additional Information
ASINB002NESZO4
Best Sellers Rank 70,655 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight798 g
Date First Available23 Nov 2009
  
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By J. B. Mitchell on 28 April 2010
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I have been looking for a decent DVB S2 (HDTV) USB satellite receiver which would work seamlessly with Windows Media Centre (Windows 7, 64bit) and fortunately, with the TeVii S660 I have found it. I had previously used a Technotrend TT-Connect S2-3650, which worked fine with Windows Vista (and also with Windows 7 32 bit), but WMC on a 64bit system could not find any channels. The TeVii S660 now has Windows 7 drivers for both 32bit and 64bit systems.

The device itself is tiny (about 9cm x 6 cm) and comes with a power supply and some software. Obviously you will need a satellite dish and a universal LNB - but once you have connected it and installed the drivers you are up and running. WMC immediately recognised the new DVB device and found all the channels within minutes. BBC HD works fine - although as yet I haven't been able to find ITV HD (but this is a common problem at the moment with all HDTV receivers using WMC).

I can't comment on the TiVii software which came with the S660, as I haven't used it. I do however also use DVBViewer, and of course it works fine with that.

I should perhaps also add that I am using this with a fixed dish on Astra/Eurosat, 28.2°E, but I understand that the S660 does support DiSEqC1.2 & USALS.

There is no CAM interface (in case you are looking for something which will receive encrypted channels), but you don't need that for the Freesat channels from Astra.

This is an excellent and convenient USB device.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Dawson on 24 Aug 2010
The tuner is great; does what is says - no more, no less.

I'm using it with W7MC and it doesn't pick it up automatically, you have to manually select the tuner and tune it in (actually not a huge problem just a few more clicks).

The software supplied is useless, kept saying no signal but then set it up in Media Center no problem. Just uninstalled straight away.

Just a quick comment on using it with a freeview tuner - It's a lot of work! You have to combine all the duplicated channels which takes a while.

The box gets hot and the plug is a German standard.

Picture quality is very good, prefer the freesat SD to freeview SD however this is let down by the slow switching channels (takes a good 10 seconds). It may not seem much, but when flicking through TV it's a big problem!

I got this for BBC HD, which is amazing. That is all I use it for as it is so slow. YMMV
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Adam on 19 Jun 2010
I bought this as a DVB-S2 box that would work with Linux. Whilst, it does technically work, the driver provided by the manufacturer is buggy (in fact it is labelled beta) and requires the machine to be rebooted frequently in order to keep it working.

In short: the box is good, but the Linux driver needs some work.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By ebayer on 15 July 2011
I have had the TeVii S660 now for a month or two. The picture is very good when it works. But the USB bus freezes up often when the Tevii is connected. When the USB problems occur the computer has to be restarted. Other times when the TeVii is connected it will often cause keyboard characters to spontaneously appear when the keyboard is not in use. The only way to correct the problem is to disconnect the Tevii from the power supply and then reconnect it.

I have used this DVB tuner in Windows 7 Media Center and also in Linux. The USB problems appear in both Operating Systems. The Windows drivers work well. Linux DVB drivers which are included in most distributions will not work with this device. The Linux drivers which are provided by Tevii must be compiled. This requires technical knowledge beyond the scope of most users. The Tevii Linux drivers require the use of an obsolete kernel version to get them to compile and work properly.

Even though this DVB tuner has a good picture and changes channels quickly I would not recommend purchasing it. Other DVB-S2 boxes are available at only a slightly higher cost. Those DVB boxes reportedly have better drivers and are more reliable.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By P. Wells on 29 July 2010
As at July 2010 the built-in linux kernel drivers seem to recognise and operate this unit successfully. I have got it working with Fedora 12, and Fedora 13. The HD channels work fine, but need care in getting the image rendered on the display screen. Using propietary Nvidia drivers and and inexpensive 9400GT - including the HD driver vdpau used by mplayer - this quite happily sends HD to our LG TV screen - (just the occasional line across the screen, and a little sluggishness when a lot is happening visually)
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