EVOLVE VENUS 2X HD DVB-T USB TUNER DRIVER

Will upgrade this winter to Fedora Does others as well of course, but those are the two I use. Needs to have drivers installed, but instructions can be found here: It may be a cable company issue although the channels appear to have “0” for CCI Protection suggesting they are copy-free. Works fine so far with the newest driver in combination with TVHeadend 3. Scanning and EPG updates are faster and also zap-times are faster Very happy with these cards!

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I replaced my TBS with these cards for 2 reasons: I’ll try and move stuff over to the wiki. You need to get firmware manually. No issues whatsoever and gets qpsk and 8psk.

DVB-T tuners

Still hacking at it though. These cards are automatically recognised and initialised as the kernel vebus working drivers! I’m using the TBS on ubuntu I’ve updated my set-up I’m now using the following devices.

Needs to have drivers installed, but instructions can be found here: Note that the driver must compiled manually because it isn’t at this time part of the linux kernel.

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Needs to have drivers installed, but instructions can be found here:. Shows up fine in tvheadend, but I am having problems getting certain channels to the front-end xbmc. With this it works very well.

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So far it only include TBS as that’s what I use, but hopefuly we’ll add stuff over time. Additional driver installs needed. Bus Device I’d give it bronze rating: I’ve created a wiki page DVBCards to make a note about known working cards, and peoples general thoughts etc Works out of the box with TVH and no problems occured so far.

Added by Adam Sutton over 6 years ago I’ve created a wiki page DVBCards to dvvb-t a note about known working cards, and peoples general thoughts etc All in all far too much hassle if you want your recordings to be reliable. This comes also as low-profile card.

Scanning and EPG updates are faster and also zap-times are faster. Scanning is done one tuner after the other, and then I disable initial scan, disable hf scanning, and enable “close device handle when idle”. Works fine so far with the newest driver in combination with TVHeadend 3. Added by Adam Sutton over 6 years ago.

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I’d like to hear from anyone with dvb-y to confirm whether it is the driver or my machine HP Microserver. Any pointers on getting it working, that sort of thing.

Evolve venus dual dvb t usb

So as long as use you it without sharing a usb subsystem, it’ll work fine. Experiences are almost identical. Scanning and EPG updates are faster and also zap-times are faster Very happy with these cards!

I replaced my TBS with these cards for 2 reasons:. No issue with TVH. I have evolvw working under Ubuntu since version Very good and stable tuners with excellent sensivity.

To get it that way, I’m using the latest 3.