Digihome PVR80 Twin Tuner Freeview Recorder with 80Gb HDD - £99 at Argos. - HotUKDeals
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Check out this Digihome PVR80 Twin Tuner Freeview with 80Gb HDD for just £99 at Argos.

Features: * Silver * 80Gb hard disk drive * 38 hours and 31 minutes of recording time * Digitally interactive * Digital text * RF loop * Digital video broadcasting (DVB) subtitles available * Auto setup * Auto detection of new channels * Auto scan for new channels * Now and next electronic programme guide (EPG) * 7 day electronic programme guide (EPG) * 2 SCART sockets * Remote control requires 2 x AAA batteries (supplied) * Size (H)4.5, (W)36, (D)27.7cm * Weight 2.85kg * Not Top Up TV compatible.
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Thanks millarcat.
Be aware that although its twin tuner you cannot record two channels at the same time ( so defeats the object of having twin tuners).

The £119 Matsui ( at currys) can record 2 channels at once and seems to be getting really good feedback on digitalspy forums. The digitalspy forums are very good source of information on these Freeview PVRs.
http://forum.digitalspy.co.uk/board/forumdisplay.php?f=90
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Not being able to record two programmes at the same doesn't 'defeat the object of having twin tuners' - as it allows you to watch one channel whilst recording another.

However, the Matsui is a very feature rich PVR at an excellent price.

Originally Posted by stratford, this link gives some excellent comparison information on all 'full dual record' pvrs:
http://www.pvrjunction.co.uk/compare/
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Thanks for the link info simes and alanB...as you say the Matsui seems a good value purchase.
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Yes, thanks for all the extra info Alanb and simes :)
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AlanB
Not being able to record two programmes at the same doesn't 'defeat the object of having twin tuners' - as it allows you to watch one channel whilst recording another.

However, the Matsui is a very feature rich PVR at an excellent price.

Originally Posted by stratford, this link gives some excellent comparison information on all 'full dual record' pvrs:
http://www.pvrjunction.co.uk/compare/


Thanks for the excellent link. That's a keeper. Hopefully it gets updated regularly. The feature sets on these PVRs seem to change with every software update.

Wingnut
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The remote control of my" Digihome Digital Video recorder Twin Terrestrial Tuner"has started to pack up 3/4 buttons don't function how can I get a new remote? I have been to Argos where I bought the recorder but they said they could'nt help. The machine is 3 + years old
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sjclinty
The remote control of my" Digihome Digital Video recorder Twin Terrestrial Tuner"has started to pack up 3/4 buttons don't function how can I get a new remote? I have been to Argos where I bought the recorder but they said they could'nt help. The machine is 3 + years old

Looks like they are about £19 delivered:

http://www.espares.co.uk/part/remote-controls/p/1090/0/0/0/1028102/replacement-pvr-remote-co.html

http://www.buyspares.co.uk/remote-finder/digihome/pvr80/catalogue.pl?path=497788,497959&bsid=12478&mid=1410385

You might find it easier to search for Techwood PVR80 or PVR160 ( its exactly the same model )
There is one here for £9.95 delivered but it is horrible looking layout ( looks like they use a standard remote for all models and program them).
http://www.avukltd.com/remotecontrolsearch.php?item_id=475617&action=send_details

Edited By: simes on Oct 05, 2010 22:09: found cheaper

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