Re: FusionHDTV5 RT Gold tuner?
FusionHDTV Express is currently thier top o' the line. It does work fine,
has great 5.1 sound and displays 1080i & 1080p. The problem that everyone is
having is Microsoft, for reasons unknown, does not read QAM. This is a HUGE
issue and I hope they will fix this soon. It is a huge dissapointment that
they cannot see this frequency in Vista. I guess I will hold off on getting
an XBox to use as a media center until MS gets this done!~
"Herb Tyson [MVP]" wrote:
> Well... that gives us something upon which to hang our hopes.
> Of course, my unit doesn't work properly with DVICO's own application
> either (crashes when you try to change channels, and just about all of the
> rest of the time too)--not simply in MC--so it's hard to believe that it's
> 100% a Microsoft problem.
> Herb Tyson MS MVP
> Author of the Word 2007 Bible
> Please respond in the newsgroups so everyone can follow along.
> "TSMC" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> > Got a reply from DIVCO!
> > They say it is a Microsoft issue. OK Bill when will it work?
> > =Hi.
> > It is nothing to do with our driver now.
> > MCE program doesn't support the QAM frequency at this moment.
> > We know that MS is working this function now and they have a plan to
> > support the MCE-QAM until this year.
> > Thanks.
> > "TSMC" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> > news:TNKwh.15031$fC2.email@example.com.. .
> >> DIVCO FusionHDTV5 RT Gold has Vista Premium compatability and logo
> >> completion, but will thte digital QAM tuner work with Vista media center
> >> (ie Home Premium)?
> >> I can not find an answer in 3 days of searching newsgroups and Microsoft
> >> sites.
> >> MCE 2005, the tuner will work with an antenna for OTA signals only! Also
> >> you need to install another analog tuner before MCE will even detect the
> >> Fusion card.
> >> I record HDTV to the hard drive, cable conection is a must for me. The
> >> antenna signal freeezes when we use the microwave or a storm comes
> >> through. Central Florida see a few of these. (Like last night! Hope
> >> everyone stays safe!)
> >> Any ideas?
> >> Thanks
> >> TSMC