Google Ads
Google Ads

Elgato bring TV to your Network

Elgato bring TV to your Network

I don’t think I have felt this level of excitement about a product in quite sometime. After a long while in development Elgato is today launching a dual tuner network TV device, called EyeTV Netstream DTT. Simply plug it into your antenna, and your network and you can watch, pause and record TV on any computer in your house. It means your computer TV tuner no longer needs to be directly next to your antenna outlet.

etstream DTT, an intelligent network dual TV tuner for DVB-T. EyeTV Netstream DTT streams digital television (DVB-T/Freeview) to all the Macs or PCs on your home network. A dual tuner, EyeTV Netstream DTT enables two people to watch and record different TV programmes at the same time. Setup is easy, thanks to built-in support for Bonjour and UPnP.

Traditional USB 2.0 DVB-T receivers are susceptible to “dead spots”, so reception can never be optimal in every location within a room. EyeTV Netstream DTT solves this problem; as a network device, it does not have to be installed near your computers.

Simply locate EyeTV Netstream DTT wherever you have a convenient antenna outlet or sufficient signal strength for the included telescopic antenna. Then connect it to your your network router/switch and stream the live signal to the computers in your house. If you have a Wi-Fi network you can watch TV wirelessly on a portable computer, free from cables.

EyeTV Netstream DTT’s auto-discovery feature (via UPnP & Bonjour) simplifies set-up. Tune EyeTV Netstream DTT once, and it stores channel list and serves it out to any Mac or PC on the network. Thanks to its dual tuners, two people can enjoy different TV programmes at the same time. EyeTV Netstream DTT operates seamlessly on multiple computers. The tuners are automatically allocated between computers as needed.

Works great on Macs and PCs
Included is EyeTV 3, Elgato’s award-winning TV software for the Mac. Watch, record, edit and enjoy live television on your Mac. Search two weeks of Program Guide listings, and export recordings automatically to iTunes to sync with Apple devices. EyeTV Netstream DTT works with Windows 7 Media Center and also includes THC software for Windows, which offers many of the same features as EyeTV 3.

System requirements
EyeTV Netstream DTT requires a Macintosh Computer with an Intel Core CPU and Mac OS X v10.5.8 or newer. On PCs or Netbooks EyeTV Netstream DTT requires Windows 7 and 2.0 GHz Intel/AMD CPU or Intel Atom CPU. Network bandwidth must be high enough to allow for streaming of television signals (100Base-T Ethernet, 802.11n for wireless).

Pricing & Availability
EyeTV Netstream DTT ships today. You can buy direct from Elgato or most Mac retailers, including the Apple Store. The price is ?229.95 GBP including VAT.

Be Sociable, Share!

    Related Articles

    • EyeTV DTT Deluxe ReviewEyeTV DTT Deluxe Review
      Well it is finally here and EyeTV DTT Deluxe is even smaller and more impressive than I expected. Elgato's new USB TV device for both PC and Mac ha...
    • EyeTV Netstream DTT : TV HeavenEyeTV Netstream DTT : TV Heaven
      With the exception of Apple's heralded iPad there really hasn't been many technological announcements that have excited the TotalApps team. Even th...
    • EyeTV Back on Apps Store ? {Updated}EyeTV Back on Apps Store ? {Updated}
      We have just received news that Apple have removed Elgato's EyeTV App from the iTunes to Apps Store. The problems that an error in a message dialog...
    • EyeTV 3 ReviewEyeTV 3 Review
      For the last number of years we have been using EyeTV to record films and TV from our UK digital television channels. Initially the recordings were...
    • Win Week : Elgato EyeTV DTT DeluxeWin Week : Elgato EyeTV DTT Deluxe
      We are very excited to announce a very special competition this week. Hot on the heels of Elgato announcing the brand new EyeTV DTT Deluxe we are o...
    • EyeTV in EducationEyeTV in Education
      I have been asked a number of times about our deployment of EyeTV and the role it plays in teaching and learning. We have been using Elgato's EyeTV...
    Back to
    News and Articles

    No comments

    Leave a Reply

    *

    *

    *