MediaTech MAC MICRO DVB-T STICK - MT4170 (MPEG4/Saorview Compatible)
Media-Tech MAC MICRO DVB-T STICK MT4170 is a tuner to receive DVB-T digital television and radio on the Mac and PC!!
DVB-T tuner dongle for Macintosh computers, high picture resolution, telescope antenna, valuable FUUGO software included, USB 2.0
MAC MICRO DVB-T STICK MT4170 is a tuner to receive DVB-T digital television and radio on the Mac and PC.
Tuner allows to receive DVB-T programs, recording, TimeShift function on devices such as iMac, MacBook, Mac Mini and a PC running Windows. Support MPEG-4 and H.264/AVC.
The advantage of MAC MICRO DVB-T STICK MT4170 is a FUUGO software that offers complete set of tools increasing the comfort of watching TV without any limits, e.g. recording programs, managing the list of scheduled recordings or notification of an ongoing series or a football match.
FUUGO software also gives you more options in controlling the tuner on your Macintosh. With several simple gestures on the touchpad of your MacBook you can change the channel or to schedule recording of your favorite program.
The main advantages of MAC MICRO DVB-T STICK MT4170:
- receiving and recording TV on your Mac and PC
- interesting design: ultra-slim white Mac style,
- reception of HDTV channels
- easy and intuitive software,
- Electronic Program Guide (EPG),
- sensitive telescopic antenna,
- creating lists of favorite channels,
- and much more.
Be independent! Choose MAC MICRO DVB-T STICK MT4170 tuner and enjoy the digital terrestrial television, regardless of location and equipment you have.
EAN Code: 590645314170
Micro DVB-T TV USB stick
High picture resolution
Personal video recorder
Scheduled recording and time shift function
Displaying EPG, Teletext and close captions (if broadcasted)
Full TV control and settings by intuitive user interface
Automatic channel scan
High quality compression MPEG-4, h.264
USB 2.0 interface
Valuable software FUUGO (*
Mac OSx 10.4, 10.5 or higher
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