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hello from spain, i have a mac mini and i want to know if this tuner (Hauppauge Wintv-Ministick-Hd Sintonizador TDT, USB 2.0 negro: Amazon.es: Informática) works on mac .

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I'd say your best source of information is the Hauppage website

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Best just to go and check out the ElGato site and get one of their tuners - link.
The other couple of manufacturers making hardware for Macs are bundling a lite version of ElGato's EyeTV software which you'll end up wanting and paying for, thus reducing any savings on the hardware.

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