Diamond HDTV Tuner – Review

Diamond HD 750 is an broadcast HDTV Tuner in the form of a thumbdrive for your computer. It works with Win 7, Vista. It didn’t work with Windows 7 Starter or XP.

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abcdq2 says:

also have you tried connecting cable tv for picking up digital QAM channels from the cable company?

abcdq2 says:

Has it caused any PC freezes on bootup or any Freezing after running Arcsoft software? I owned the PCIE version of this card and it eventually stopped working by freezing PC on bootup–I still have it but don’t know what to do it with it.

sony says:

hi sir, can it see free channel TV with subtitle? i really need this feature, thanks

abcdq2 says:

I just purchased one from Amazon and should receive at the end of the week. I’ll report back how well it performs on a Win7x64 AMD A6 Quad Core dual gpu Radeon 6720g2 laptop.

stclairstclair says:

a much better review than the last one I just watched, answered my questions, will be picking up 3, two for college kids one for me.

Christopher says:

OK, I have this device but lost the CD. I was able to download the “Full Package” from Diamond Multimedia website, and install “ArcSoft TotalMediaPlayer”, but I don’t know what license key to use?

abcdq2 says:

It works perfectly now after configuring TotalMediaPlayer for about 4-5 hrs (had to rescan my cable QAMs 2 or 3 times since it crashed the first time, but now gets all my Digital channels.  Also works well with WMC &  BeyondTV (which makes a great backup to TotalMedia). & WMC is what I use for OTA HDTV. So I can use all 3 programs to watch HDTV antennae and cable QAMs. I also use a laptop cooler to keep the TV tuner cool (prevents it from overheating).

Christopher says:

Which software do you use to watch TV with this device if you don’t have Windows Media Center?

A McGuire says:

shoes off the couch! lol…

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