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Old Jan 25, 2009, 01:32 AM   #31
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ATI Technologies ATI HDTV Wonder - Analog TV - Windows 7

The original ATI HDTV WONDER does in fact have analog TV with composite and S-VIDEO support.

While you can not use the ATI HDTV WONDER analog with Media Center in MCE2005, Vista and Windows 7 it may be of interest that GraphEdit can still use it.

The following example shows the analog TV section of the ATI HDTV WONDER working with Windows 7 and yes the audio is working as well.

Not a good picture but in my area we don't get analog very well.
And with only weeks left for the analog TV's in the US it seemed like a good time to see if Windows 7 could use something that will soon go away!

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