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ATI Theater HD 750 USB TV Tuner: $45-$15MIR=$30AR - Frys B&M (out of stock Online 4/30/10)
rebate valid April 30, 2010 to May 06, 2010
Free in store pick or $7.45 for me in IL.
Plus tax in AZ, CA, GA, IN, IL, TN, TX , NV, and WA.

Receive world wide broadcast signal support for NTSC, PAL/SECAM, ATSC, ClearQAM and DVB-T. ATI Theater™ HD 750 brings error-free reception optimizing the amount of digital TV content available with picture clarity only found in high-end HDTVs.

* USB 2.0 Interface
* F-Type coax connector for Analog TV (NTSC) or HDTV (ATSC)
* S-video input with adapter
* Stereo audio input with adapter
* Composite video input with adapter

Link at frys for deal: http://www.frys.com/product/6104349
rebate link at frys: http://images.frys.com/art/rebates_pdf/6104349_0506.pdf
Manufacturer link: http://www.diamondmm.com/TVW750USB.php

According to revohtpc setup this is "An upgrade from the ATI 600 USB Tuner, as the 750 supports ATSC/NTSC/QAM and QAM seems to work inside of Media Center just fine."

Edited to add rebate dates (04/30/10 1PM)
Edited again to add out of stock online (04/30/10 11PM)

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oos on line

This has good reviews on Amazon.... I got one with in-store pickup in Phoenix. Green for OP!

back in stock online

Okay, so here's a dumb question. I got a PCI-E Pinnacle TV Tuner card off Woot a while ago and have been running it with GB-PVR software. I've found it to be horribly unreliable. Periodically the software goes nuts, and claims the channel is encrypted (or no signal is present) or channels will simply disappear or repeat over and over again as you tune across the thing. Rebooting seems to be the only reliable way to fix this (I'm running Win 7 Pro x64). I'm wondering if this is a software problem or a hardware problem, and if there is better software to use, or better hardware (like this?).....

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