I rarely (never) need to record one programme and watch another at the same time.
However, I have had plenty of failed recordings “time missed”… where I guess I must have scheduled
one recording at (or during) the same time as another on a different channel (MUX).
Having a second tuner would eliminate that, because when I look at the guide for the
week, and select my recordings … TVH doesn’t tell me that there’s an overlap.
It would be a bit of a pain to have to double-check each scheduled recording in-case it’s on a
different MUX in the same time period.
For this reason, I’ll probably go for second tuner (OSMC, of course
After september update still dvb-t not working ,what a waste of money and time. “Very good support” and now after relase own dvb stick i think support goes only own adapter.
I asked before purchase 6 months ago about dvb-t drivers and support and sam answered :
DVB playback is good and is being improved regularly
Did you install and configured TVHeadend Server from the App Store?
Basically you need to install the TVHeadend Server, then configure the DVB-T2 dongle, scan for channels. If everything is fine with the server you then configure the TVHeadend Client addon to point to the local server.
yes did all that included october update for osmc so card was detected. Basically unable to scan any muxs/see any services in TvHeadEnd. Im probably missing a step so just wondered if there was a guide.