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Ultra compact DVB-T tuner
The Cinergy T USB XXS is the mobile DVB-T tuner in a compact size. Just connect it to your USB 2.0 port, and the small stick receives television and radio via DVB-T. The receiver draws its power from the USB port—a separate power adapter is not required. Of course, a remote control and an antenna are included. Ideal for watching TV on your laptop while on the go, but equally useful for at-home viewing on your desktop.
The powerful TV software for timeshifting TV programs and digital recording is included in the scope of delivery. Your computer promptly comes out of standby or hibernation mode when needed and then goes back into hibernation once the recording is completed. The integrated electronic program guide assists you in programming. Additional innovations, such as automatic adjustment of the aspect ratio, recording of Dolby Digital, video text and subtitles, individually adjustable lists of favourites (genre, location) as well as picture-in-picture make it easy and convenient to experience the many benefits of watching TV on your computer. And all of the functions can be easily configured via remote control, keyboard or mouse.
Recording on hard drive and timeshifting TV programs
The TV software turns television on the computer into an experience. You can easily record the program that is in progress to your computer's hard drive, and can later burn all episodes of your favourite series to a DVD. Timeshifting is very useful indeed. If your Sunday mystery has already begun and the pizza delivery man rings the doorbell, simply pause the program that is in progress at the touch of a button – and, after the interruption, pick up right where you left off! The built-in electronic program guide (EPG) and the familiar teletext make personal TV planning easier than ever.
The DVB-T coverage area in Europe is growing continuously
The digital terrestrial (DVB-T) age has already begun for millions of viewers in Europe. Analogue terrestrial TV has been replaced by the new Digital Video Broadcasting Terrestrial (DVB-T) standard in almost all population centres. The last gaps will be closed in the foreseeable future. In most countries, including Germany, reception is free; for an overview – and, in many cases, a reception forecast – visit these sites: