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NVIDIA Announces New Dual-Analog TV Tuner


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NVIDIA Corporation, the worldwide leader in programmable graphics processor technologies, today introduced the NVIDIA DualTV tuner, the first TV tuner for PCs to offer two TV tuners on a single card with comprehensive personal video recording functionality, unique MediaSqueeze disk space saving technology, and support for the Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition (MCE) operating system. With its unique two-tuner technology, the NVIDIA DualTV tuner transforms an MCE-equipped PC into a bona fide home entertainment system. With a touch of a mouse button, users can schedule recordings of their favorite TV shows and watch them when they want, record two TV shows simultaneously, or watch one channel while recording another, as well as watch pause, and rewind live or recorded TV shows. NVIDIA has applied its renowned PureVideo technology to the DualTV tuner enabling the highest possible picture quality on a PC to date. In addition to PureVideo, the NVIDIA DualTV tuner features:
  • 3D comb filter—to create high-quality color separations and enhance image detail.
  • 3D noise reduction hardware—to clean up the signal, thus removing artifacts.
  • In-line TV amplifier—to boost weak signals.
  • Multi-stream hardware encoder—to record crystal clear TV shows with low CPU utilization.
The NVIDIA DualTV tuner is available immediately for $169 USD from the NVIDIA Store Web site here.

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Why not HD/Analog or Dual HD? Analog is soon to be obsolete, what a waste.