No experience with it. We don't have DVBT in the US, The closest we have is ATSC for our over the air broadcasts.
I was thinking properly (more tired than I realized) when I read your post. I was thinking of services like DishTV and DirectlTV which would be like SkyTV. I don't know about SkyTV, but Dish and Direct don't support any tuner cards, and you have to use HD capture cards. Thus, I can see what my statement made little, to any sense. My apologies. Although, the HD capture card could still be a solution.
I'm not sure about a dual solution for you. What satellite TV service to you subscribe. Obviously you're across the pond, and I've only heard of SkyTV for the UK.. It may help get you better recommendations.
My personal thoughts, although not cheaper, but more robust, why not use two different cards. Obviously I don't know your HTPC and availible slots. It's possible you might be able use a tuner card for your satellite TV. I assumed you had SkyTV, but I couldn't find anything on their site, other than SkyTV Go, which is internet based. For DVBT, you have a lot of choices. I found that silicondust has an HDHomerun for if it, the HDHR3EU
which also does DVBC and the HDHR3DT
which is the DVBT for the UK.
On a side note. on the main page for the HDHR3DT
, they have a note at the bottom the page,
Originally Posted by Siicondus.comt
* IPTV and satellite providers use proprietary systems that are not compatible with DVB-T tuners.
thus, there may not be a satellite solution.