Nice MythTV system for cheap--must sell

Carl Youngblood carl at
Thu Oct 18 14:42:46 MDT 2007

I replaced it mostly because I'm tired of administering MythTV and
always having some feature that doesn't work quite right.  The mac
mini is fast enough to support full-screen decoding of 1080p h.264, so
that's all I really care about.  I have a 500GB La Cie hard drive that
cradles the mini, so I've got enough space to store my shows.  And
most importantly, FrontRow/EyeTV is easier for my wife to use :-)

That said, EyeTV is missing some pretty nice features that MythTV has,
so I'm a little torn.

On 10/18/07, Shane Hathaway <shane at> wrote:
> Carl Youngblood wrote:
> > I got rid of my MythTV system and replaced it with a mac mini.  Right
> > now it's just sitting on my office floor gathering dust.  Here are the
> > specs:
> >
> > SILVERSTONE LC20 Black Desktop case
> > ASUS P5ND2-SLI mobo
> > GeForce 7300LE fanless video card
> > Pentium D 940 Presler 3.2 Ghz dual core processor
> > Thermaltake CL-P0114 super-quiet CPU cooler
> > 2GB DDR 400 SDRAM
> > LITE-ON 20x DVD+-R SATA burner with lightscribe
> > 2x Seagate Barracuda 7200 RPM 320GB SATA drives
> > 2x PCHDTV 5500 HDTV tuner cards
> > Great IR keyboard & mouse combination
> This is well above the specs of a Mac Mini, so out of curiosity, why are
> you getting rid of it?  The only thing I would replace is the Pentium D,
> since it runs awfully hot.  I'd use a Core 2 Duo or an AMD64 (with a
> different motherboard).
> Shane
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