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  1. Hi Guys
    after a lot of search i found this forum, hope i will learn a lot from this, thanks all in advance,
    im using like a iptv box to view channels on my TV, i want to connect that box with my computer and record my Favourite programmes, and need guide to buy right components,
    im upload box images that show video outputs, someone told me that i can use WinTV-HVR-1975
    with this box,
    hope someone guide me the right path,
    Thanks Again
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    The WinTV-HVR-1975 can record from your IPTV box via the A/V port and its mini A/V cable accessory. Windows 7's/8's Media Center or WinTV should work as PVR software. NextPVR might also work as PVR software. That being said, the resulting standard definition video recording on your computer will be poor-quality compared to what you see on your TV using HDMI.
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  3. ok i got my tuner and i connected AV cable to IPTV BOx and red white and yellow to Wintv 1975, and usb cable from tuner to computer, but until now no success to view box channel on computer, i need some guide for tuner configuration i think so, on first step i need to to know about scanning channel source type, i attached a image file, please help me with this,
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    1. Check the box beside "External inputs (Composite/S Video)" and click the "Next->" button
    2. Select your country from the drop-down list.
    3. Make sure the box beside Composite is checked.
    4. Select the video system used in your country from the drop-down list . (Choose NTSC if you are in N. America. PAL is used for most other places.)
    5. Click the "Next->" Button
    6. When you see "Device Setup Complete", click the "Next->" button again.
    7. Click the "OK" button on the WinTV Settings window.
    8. Right-click the screen.
    9. Select "Find Channel" from the context menu.
    10. Select "0 Composite from the Channels menu -- if your IPTV box is on, you should see a picture.

    [Edit]If you can get a picture after set up for ""External inputs (Composite/S Video)" has been completed, then you will know that the composite video connection is working. The set up procedure for "Analog TV via Set Top Box" is more involved, but if you want to attempt to use the WinTV-HVR-1975 IR blaster to control the STB you will need to to do it.
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  5. Thnaks for your detail reply, i fallow all steps but no success i only can hear sound but screen is black
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    Do you have a TV with composite video and stereo audio ports? Try connecting the IPTV box to the TV with the same composite cable as a test. Do you see a picture and hear audio from the TV?
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  7. Thanks for ur response, my tv also dont response A/V cable, so what u think this is cable fault o IPTV Box A/V port fault ?
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    Originally Posted by Yamiraan View Post
    Thanks for ur response, my tv also dont response A/V cable, so what u think this is cable fault o IPTV Box A/V port fault ?
    I don't know which is more likely, that the cable is faulty, or the IPTV box A/V port is faulty. You can try a different composite cable.

    Another possibility is that the IPTV Box supplies audio from its A/V cable but not video when an HDMI cable is connected to it. Try unplugging the HDMI cable from the IPTV Box.
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  9. i tried with unplug HDMI and now sound is not good and screen is like check screen short
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    Originally Posted by Yamiraan View Post
    i tried with unplug HDMI and now sound is not good and screen is like check screen short
    I have seen a similar "picture" when I made a mistake and selected the wrong video system. Are you sure that the correct video system (PAL/NTSC/etc.) for your country is set? If the video system setting is correct, then close WinTV, then open it again and select "Composite" as your channel.

    Originally Posted by Yamiraan View Post
    Possibly, but some of those devices don't provide a nice picture.
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  11. I read for UK is PAL but i tried all option and have same result that i already sent u
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    Originally Posted by Yamiraan View Post
    I read for UK is PAL but i tried all option and have same result that i already sent u
    Were you ever able to get a picture on the TV using a direct composite connection to your IPTV box?

    If so, in your place, I would probably check the HVR 1975's support page at Hauppauge's UK website to make sure that the latest WinTV-HVR-1975 drivers and the latest version of WinTV 8 were installed. The software and drivers on the installation media are not often the most up-to-date versions. Download updated drivers and WinTV 8 from the support page Hauppauge's UK website.
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  13. when i connect with HDMI cable from IPTV Box to TV its work fine but when i use A/V cable my Tv dont recognise and AV Signal, i ordered a new AV cable, when arrive i will make test and let u know,
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