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  1. Member
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    Search Comp PM
    I don't have an external A/V cable (pod) for the WinTV-HD card to trace the pinouts; I would appreciate learning them from anyone
    who has the cable and would be willing to trace continuity.

    I have also posted this request to 'shspvr.com' forums (and don't have great expectations for an answer due to the lack of
    archived material related to this card).

    Thanks,

    Michael
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    What's the exact model number, series, etc. of the card?

    Do you see a FCC code on the bottom of the card? You can search that and it might lead you back to a diagram. http://www.fcc.gov/oet/ea/fccid/

    One good place for pinouts is: http://pinouts.ru/
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    Thanks for pointing to two very good resources for technical data, it is useful to remind folks of
    the FCC OET site and 'pinouts.ru'; unfortunately Hauppauge did not file type acceptance information
    for this card (nor for anything much after about 1995), and the FCC database is now being purged
    of any materials older than ten years from acceptance date, so word to the wise to search now
    for older products before they are scrubbed from the database. 'Pinouts.ru' also has nothing on
    _any_ WinTV product.

    I renew my request for anyone who has this cable to please dig it up and measure continuity between
    all pins in all connectors (there may be jumpers within connectors) and post the results here.

    Michael
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