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This month, PCW and Silicon Dust have teamed up to offer you the chance of winning one of five HD Homerun dual Freeview tuners to help you transform any computer into a home-entertainment system.
Since Microsoft launched Media Center, it has been straightforward to watch, pause and record TV on a computer: ideall, one feeding your big screen or even a projector. Having all your media, including photos, DVDs and music, accessible from one place with one remote control is especially family friendly.
Now you can watch, pause and record digital TV with dual tuners from any computer in your home Vista or XP network.
Winner of the Design & Engineering Showcase Honours at the Consumer Electronics Show 2008, HD Homerun from Silicon Dust, makes it simple to get digital TV signals to all your computers.
There's no need to install new aerials or start drilling holes in the walls for cables because HD Homerun is a networked, shareable pair of TV tuners in one box.
Engineered to use little network bandwidth, you can also connect it without any wires by using Homeplug-P technology, capable of handling up to eight streams of TV without reaching capacity. We have five HD Homerun kits, comprising the box itself plus a high-grade four-way aerial splitter/amplifier, to give away, courtesy of the UK distributors at http://www.pctvok.com.
Supports over-the-air digital TV
Supports unencrypted digital cable TV
Rewind, fast-forward and pause live TV
Watch and record digital TV simultaneously or record two channels
Multiple computers can use the HD Homerun tuners are automatically allocated as needed
Streams full broadcast resolution, up to 1080i high definition without degrading the quality
Multiple HD Homerun units can be used together to expand the number of tuners
Record hours of your favourite digital TV shows directly to your hard disk and edit out unwanted content
Store your collection on an external drive, portable device or burn it to disc.