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I don't have sky or virgin but need to start recording tv programs anyone know of any box tv I could get but not have massive monthly charges? Read More
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8m, 3w agoPosted 8 months, 3 weeks ago
I don't have sky or virgin but need to start recording tv programs anyone know of any box tv I could get but not have massive monthly charges?
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8m, 3w agoPosted 8 months, 3 weeks ago
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#1
So you are looking for a cheap package which includes a tv recording box?
#2
freeview recorder Google for prices etc
#3
PVR
'Personal Video Recorder'
:)
#4
Some TVs can record direct to USB from the Freeview or Freesat planner, depending on what you're using to watch TV currently.
#5
Look on ebay for a Humax DTR 2100...these are the boxes BT ship out with a TV packages. They have youview TV guide with 7 day scroll back, all UK catchup services and 500Gb storage.
Often sell used as new for £40-£50
#6
Freeview play or now tv
#7
marianne0788
Freeview play or now tv

NowTv don't make a PVR verison. The latest NowTV Smart box does allow 30mins pause or rewind but still no recording function.
#8
Get yourself a BT Youview box - they are very good. Although around £100 on Amazon I'm sure you can get them cheaper.
#9
Bigfootpete
Get yourself a BT Youview box - they are very good. Although around £100 on Amazon I'm sure you can get them cheaper.

As i said above...£40-£50 on eBay...
#10
Cannot beat a Youview box - not only record 2 at same time but get the app and you can set it from your phone without getting up from the couch wherever you are as long as both on wifi.
#11
Bt dtr-t2100 @ cex £55 with a years warranty

Fantastic pvr
#12
it depends on the signal input you have. If you have ever had sky and still have the feeds go for a humax freesat box, if it is from an aerial go for humax freeview box.
#13
Thank you all very helpful

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