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Prolink PixelView PlayTV Box Review - Specifications

For many, the desire to have TV capabilities on the PC is great. But there can be a lot of compatibility problems when using an internal TV tuner device. Come join Mike "Darthtanion" Wright as he takes a look at the Prolink PlayTV Box which eliminates these compatibility issues once and for all. Could it be that this is just the ticket? Come see for yourself!

| Players & Accessories in HT & Movies | Posted: Nov 16, 2002 5:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 9.0%      Manufacturer: Prolink

Specifications

 

Here we go again, starting off with those dreaded facts and figures. But we'll go ahead and stick with the old adage that the more information on a new product, the better. So without further ado, we're off.

 

Hardware Specifications

 

Input

 

- TV Input: Coaxial (RF)

 

- Composite video with separate audio input

 

- S-Video with separate audio input

 

- VGA 15-pin input

 

Output

 

- VGA 15-pin RGB output

 

- Stereo sound audio output

 

Dimensions

 

- Base unit: 20cm x 16cm x 4.6cm

 

- Remote unit: 16.6cm x 4.8cm x 2.5cm

 

Weight

 

- Base unit: 660 grams

 

- Remote unit: 45 grams

 

Features

 

- De-interlace function

 

- Full-channels TV tuner, including broadcast and cable TV

 

- Easy to connect and use without any OS compatibility issue or hardware performance limitations

 

- Output resolution up to XGA (1024x768)

 

- Saturation/Contrast/Hue/Brightness adjustments

 

- Supports composite video & S-Video input for VCR, VCD, DVD, camcorder or TV games (PS2/XBOX)

 

- 700 billion operations per second

 

- IR receiver input built-in for infrared remote control

 

- On Screen Display (OSD)

 

- Supports channel auto scan

 

- Auto detect external source signal for PAL/NTSC/SECAM

 

- NICAM/EIA-J/BTSC dbx support (optional)

 

- Teletext (optional)

 

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