Has anyone tried the TV@nywhere with SECAM?

Est-ce que n'importe qui a essayé le [email protected] Master avec SECAM?
I am considering living in France, has anyone had any experience with this card using the SECAM TV standard?
Est-ce que j'habiter en France, n'importe qui considère a eu une expérience avec cette carte en utilisant la norme de SECAM TV?

Sorry, no idea.

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