watch tv on macbook

Discussion in 'Apple TV and Home Theater' started by mark1239, Sep 13, 2013.

  1. macrumors newbie

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    GreatDrok

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    I've had the Elgato Hybrid (basically it is an analogue and DTT USB tuner) for years now and take it with me when I travel so I can watch TV. It has worked in every country I've ever gone to. Very good product.
     
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    I use the DTT Deluxe - the smallest DVB-T tuner available! And best match to any MacBook, IMHO. In urban areas works very well even with the provided small telescopic antenna. (There's the bigger antenna with a cable in the box as well).
    As you can see, the price also includes a full license to EyeTV 3, best TV-viewing app for OS X.
     
  4. mark1239, Sep 14, 2013
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    looking the reviews, it seems good, I have a question:

    will hd channel work? And if yes is it a good vision(without lag, etc) ?

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    another question:

    the difference between http://www.elgato.com/uk/eyetv/eyetv-dtt and http://www.elgato.com/uk/eyetv/eyetv-dtt-deluxe is just the little antenna or are there other differences?
     

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