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Cheap (but good) PVR

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8y, 11m agoPosted 8 years, 11 months ago
Hi all,
I'm after a Cheap (but good) PVR, something like a HUMAX PVR9200TB or TVONICS DVR-FP150, the best prices I can find are £154.99 and £139.97 respectivly.

Anyone know of anything cheaper for those or of any other PVR's worth considering?

Cheers
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8y, 11m agoPosted 8 years, 11 months ago
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#1
try the topuptv thomson machine for about 80 squid - ignore the TUTV stuff and you get a pretty good, stable machine that can record 2 things at once while watching a 3rd. Also, you can always try the TUTV if you want and since it's got the card slot you can get setanta :D
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niallmoran
try the topuptv thomson machine for about 80 squid - ignore the TUTV stuff and you get a pretty good, stable machine that can record 2 things at once while watching a 3rd. Also, you can always try the TUTV if you want and since it's got the card slot you can get setanta :D


I've not heard good things about that box, do you have one?
#3
I've got the humax and it is wonderful - don't consider anything else!
Also records 2 things at the same time & you can pause live TV and rewind the programme you are watching.
#4
i have the top up tv box. It is a good all rounder but it does lock up quite a lot. but if you can live with that, then the price is good. I paid 99 quid.
#5
All my family have the Humax & love it!
#6
holidayqueen
All my family have the Humax & love it!


Yeah I've heard very good things about that one, any ideas on where's cheapest for them?
#7
I have a ferguson one, but worth paying the extra and getting a humax. It is far better value, and no crashes or trouble.

MrTT
#8
holidayqueen;1405635
All my family have the Humax & love it!

We recently got a Humax and are very pleased with it so far, easy to setup and use; no problems so far. Only slight niggle is that the TV Guide seems to take ages to fully update when compared to our panasonic DVD recorder and Toshiba TV.
#9
This is the link to the Humax website that you need:

http://humaxdirect.co.uk/product.asp?ProdRef=20032
#10
robpyatt
This is the link to the Humax website that you need:

http://humaxdirect.co.uk/product.asp?ProdRef=20032


Thanks, but I won't touch refurbs :thumbsup:

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