DVB-T Cards

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DNTV Dual Hybrid (7164) PCIe


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A Dual Hybrid (7164) PCI-e solution especially suited for use with Media Center, supports all Australian DVB-T formats including SDTV, 1080i HDTV (MP&HL) and AC3 Audio as well as Analogue TV an FM Radio..

You can watch one HDTV channel while record another, or record two HDTV channels at the same time using only one PCI-e slot.

Customers opting to purchase this product with DNTV Live! will be able use DNTV Live! and DNTV Scheduler Pro with the above product. More information about the DNTV Live! software is here

Hardware Features*

  • Two Digital Hybrid Tuners (DVB-T and Analogue TV)
  • Analogue TV Support
  • Analogue Video Inputs with Hardware Encoders
  • FM Radio Support
  • BDA Drivers 
  • MCE 2005/Vista/Windows 7/8/10 Support (DVB-T, Analog TV and FM Radio)
  • Low and high profile brackets included
  • Single RF Input for both TV tuners

Package contents

  • PCI-Express card
  • AV input adapter for Component, S-Video, composite video and stereo audio inputs.
  • Low and high profile brackets included
  • Installation CD (for drivers and optional software if a license has been aquired)
  • Media Center style remote control (for Media Center only)
  • IR Receiver


PCI Interface PCI Express x1
Board Size

About 155mm×70mm

System Requirements Processor 2.2 GHz Intel P4 or equivalent (3GHz for dual tuner operation).

Microsoft Windows Vista/Windows 7 (32 & 64bit) or XP with Service Pack 2.

Available PCI Express X1 slot (can be used in x4/x8/x16 slots).

Graphics with 64MB memory (or greater).

Sound card or on board sound.

CD-ROM drive (for Software installation).

NTFS formatted HDD for greater than >4GB recordings

DirectX 9c or later

DVB-T Signal in your area

VHF/UHF Antenna for both Analogue and Digital TV

*Note: Some features (eg analog A/V capture and TV) may require third party software, not included or supplied, in order to be used.

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