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Thread: What do you think of OnAir USB HDTV GT ?




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    Default What do you think of OnAir USB HDTV GT ?

    Please let me know what you think.

    Thanks.

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    Default Re: What do you think of OnAir USB HDTV GT ?

    Hi gameson,
    I am AutumnWave's Director of Technology. (I provide Tech Support for the OnAir GT.) Please let me know if I can help answer any of your questions! I'm here to help.

    - Ryan Pertusio

    AutumnWave Technical Support
    OnAir Solution North America

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    Default Re: What do you think of OnAir USB HDTV GT ?

    Hi Ryan,

    Thank you for your concern. I bought the unit, but haven't receive it yet as it's on the way.

    So I guess first question is what's the recommended video card requirement to run this USB tuner so the channels can be viewed just as we are watching via regular ATSC TV.

    Thanks.

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    Default Re: What do you think of OnAir USB HDTV GT ?

    Hi gameson,
    From our website (AutumnWave.com), we recommend a DirectX 9 or higher compatible with DxVA support and at least 32MB of memory, including:

    * ATI: Radeon, Mobility Radeon, or Xpress series
    * nVidia: GeForce4 MX, GeForce FX 5000 or higher series
    * Intel Graphics 845, 855, 865, 915, 945, 946, 963, 965 or higher series

    This isn't an all-inclusive list of cards that will work, but they are ones we've had the most success with. (The ATI and nVidia cards are by far the best if you have a choice.)

    - Ryan Pertusio

    AutumnWave Technical Support
    OnAir Solution North America

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