Ceton has the InfiniTV 6 ETH, which is a networked tuner. They also have a PCI-E version of the 6-tuner setup as well if you want more tuners but would prefer to avoid networking. However, if you want to use it on multiple machines with fairly random usage, I would lean a lot more toward the ETH as it is Ceton's only offering with tuner pooling. The other models can share the tuners, but you can only setup dedicated shares.Your whole Diagram though is ONLY relevant with the Silicon Dust Tuners.
No. I'm using it right now and I got my network fixed.Thank you for the comments Aikouka....
As far as only being able to watch on the one PC I am fine with that as there is only one TV in the house anyway. The "bad state" comment is a little disheartening though. I was planning to use XBMC instead of WMC. Is that a problem if I went the Ceton PCI-E route?
Good luck. I personally love the htpc market and a tuner is more cost efficient than traditional cable boxes after a 2 year contract is up.tential, Thank you for the reply.
I am hoping to bet my build started end of next month. I can't wait!