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Barebone Twin Tuner Freeview DTR

Manufacturer: Nikkai

Futureproof your TV with a digital set-top box
Install a new or used hard drive
Watch one channel and record another
Compatible with most IDE hard disk drives
A full hard drive can be replaced with another
Accepts hard drives up to 500GB giving over 250 hours'' recording time
Auto-formats the hard drive for video use
7-day Electronic Programme Guide (EPG)
Pause live TV (time-shift) and use scheduled recording

Take advantage of the low prices in hard drives and build your own DTR. If you have a hard drive at home not in use, simply install into this Barebone DTR and give yourself hours of storage. The hard drive is installed on the under-side of the DTR and simply screws in.
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#1
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#2
When I click on 'go to deal' I don't get the page for the product.

Try this one
#3
I work at Maplins on the Weekends and this is a decent price. To install the harddrive it really is simple too. Just connect and there you go.
#4
Its not a bad deal - only cheaper if you are going to put a big hard drive in, rather than a small one. The problem for me is it is ugly as sin... :)
banned#5
IMO its a pretty pants deal you can buy a twin tuner pvr now for £80 with a big enough hard drive and this one you cant even record 2 channels at once I wouldnt think there would be a lot of firmware updates for it either
#6
Great idea add your own hard drive up to 500gb . However you can get 160 gb freeview recoders for around £80 which will store 80hours of TV.

If you were to put in a new HD of 180 gb in the maplin box it would cost about the same. So unles you have a spare HD around or want a large storage capacity I don't see its a bargin.
#7
The one BIG bonus for me, but this would only be if you use the things as much as me :), is that once a hard drive is full you could "swap" it (much like a VHS tape) for another one rather than delete shows/films...
banned#8
MrShed
The one BIG bonus for me, but this would only be if you use the things as much as me :), is that once a hard drive is full you could "swap" it (much like a VHS tape) for another one rather than delete shows/films...


That is alot of tv perhaps you should get out more:whistling:
#9
Remember that not all PVR's are equal as the software appears to be very complicated and difficult to get stable and bug free. I'd check to see if there are any reviews and commitment from the manufacturers to keep updating the software. As has been said before you can get a 160GB Thomson PVR for £80 which can record from both tuners but it still has bugs however it has TopUpTV actively developing the software for it.
Rob
#10
SHOWMAN36
That is alot of tv perhaps you should get out more:whistling:


True enough :D
#11
Voted Cold. A PVR that doesn’t record two channels at once is of little interest to me. If you can only record one channel you don’t exactly require a large drive anyway.
I bought a new Hitachi PVR for my father from eBay for £42 delivered and the software is impressive. It’s better than my Humax in some ways but overall I still prefer my 9200T. The Hitachi is only 80GB but it records two channels whilst you view a previous recording.
banned#12
The Hitachi is only 80GB but it records two channels whilst you view a previous recording.


You can do the same with 9200t

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