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Artec - 2.0 Mini Digital TV Receiver (DVB-T) £18.99 @ 7dayshop

£18.99 @ 7dayShop
GET TV ANYWHERE! (DIGITAL SIGNAL STRENGTH ALLOWING) To check where and when the digital signal is available please click here. The match-box sized Artec T14BR makes portable digital TV reception …
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7y, 11m agoFound 7 years, 11 months ago
GET TV ANYWHERE! (DIGITAL SIGNAL STRENGTH ALLOWING)
To check where and when the digital signal is available please click here.

The match-box sized Artec T14BR makes portable digital TV reception come true by simply plugging into a USB 2.0 port on a laptop, notebook or desktop PC where ever you go.
With a simple friendly design, the Artec T14BR easily copes with different positions of USB ports on all types of notebooks or PC's.

Supporting the DVB-T standard, the Artec T14BR is embedded with popular functions such as:
USB 2.0 Interface designed for HDTV
DTV and Radio Program Playing
Real Time Digital Video Recording
Multi-Language Setup and Application Program
Portable Device with no power supply

In addition to that the unique PIP (Picture In Picture) function, allows you to watch 2 programs in the same channel simultaneously, on-the-fly decoding technology and high quality reception.

System Requirements
Microsoft Windows 2000/XP/MCE/Vista
Desktop or Notebook Computer
800MHz CPU or above
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256M RAM or above
VGA Card with at the least 32MB Memory
Sound Card
Microsoft Direct X 9.0b or above (Auto-updated from Driver CD)

Tuner
Input Terminal: 75 Ohm Din
Receiving Frequency: 48 ~ 860 MHz Tuning Range

A/V Format
Video format: MPEG-II Main Profile & Main Level
Audio format: MPEG-II Audio layer I & II
Available to transfer TS (Transfer Stream) to PS (Program Stream)

Package Contents
Mini USB 2.0 Digital Receiver
Portable Digital Flat Antenna
Antenna Connector
USB Extension Cable
Software Disc
Quick Installation Guide
Remote Control
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#1
https://kuvat.pisa.fi/taulu/103312.jpg

The picture stand thing is an aerial, I think? (Bit bizarre isn't it!)
#2
Why cold? is it cheaper elsewhere?
#3
Peter I think you have found a good deal on paper. I suspect people are concerned it can deliver what it claims it can. I like many people have found the digital signal very hard to get without very large expensive aerial, I doubt this will receive any signal able to create a watchable TV stream.

Good find – No vote from me
#4
Voted hot from me. Although not this model, I have one of these that I paid slightly more for. Although as you rightly say the provided aerial is not of much use, I conect mine to the attic mounted aerial via the provided coax port on the stick and the picture is more than 'watchable'.

Used in a suitable way these USB DVB sticks do have a place and are very easy to use.
#5
Ah ok, I had a non-DVB one before which worked ok ... I've been after one fro my netbook for a while and this one seems to fit the bill, though we'll see how good the signal is :(
#6
petermerritt
https://kuvat.pisa.fi/taulu/103312.jpg

The picture stand thing is an aerial, I think? (Bit bizarre isn't it!)


I thought it was the announcer's microphone! :p
#7
Once they do that switchover I think these will be much more useful as the signals will be better I would hope. I want one of these too just never dared bother as I expect it to be a waste of money if you can't get a signal. If people get one let us know how they are.
#8
ah well, -7. Fail.
#9
petermerritt
Ah ok, I had a non-DVB one before which worked ok ... I've been after one fro my netbook for a while and this one seems to fit the bill, though we'll see how good the signal is :(

You sure your netbook will run one of these Peter? In the System Requirements it asks for a VGA Card with at the least 32MB Memory. Does your Netbook have a VGA Card?
#10
Yep my netbook does run one.

All netbooks have VGA cards.

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