PCTV 79e Digital USB TV Dongle for Windows
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• Watch live TV on your computer with this USB digital terrestrial TV tuner
• Fully compatible with Windows 8, 7 and XP operating systems and connects via the USB port
• Record, pause and rewind live TV thanks to the supplied TVCentre 6 software
• Includes a mini rod antenna with a coax connection, so you can watch live TV straight awayWhat can I watch with this TV dongle?
This digital TV dongle is great for anyone who wants to watch and record live TV from your computer or laptop. It connects through a USB socket and is compatible with Windows 8, 7 and XP operating systems. This dongle can tune into digital terrestrial TV (DVB-T) signals, such as Freeview*, so you can have access to a range of channels. A mini rod antenna is included and others can be used due to the universal IEC/coax connection.
To find out what channels you can receive please click here.
Can I record live TV* with this?
Supplied with this TV dongle is a flyer that lists the download location for the TVCentre 6 software. Once you have downloaded and installed this software and connected the tuner to the antenna you can watch TV in full screen or in a window. The software also allows you to record, pause and rewind TV, with the recordings stored directly onto your hard drive.
*Please note that you need to have a TV licence to be able to watch and record live Freeview (HD) TV, even if you are doing so from your computer.
174 - 862 MHzMHz
USB TV Dongle
Dimensions & Weight
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USB 2.0 TV tuner stick for DVB-T (79e)
Mini rod antenna
Download Flyer for TVCenter 6 with serial number
Quick start guide
System Requirements & Software
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Compatible Operating System:
7 and XP
1.5 Ghz or equivalent processor (minimum)
Graphics/sound controllers with support for DirectX 9 or later
5GB free space (for Timeshifting and TV recordings)