DVB-T USB Freeview Receiver & Recorder £10.45 delivered @ dealtastic - HotUKDeals
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The USB Freeview TV Receiver enables you to watch over 40 free digital TV channels, listen to over 20 digital radio stations on your computer, record TV programmes (real time, scheduled and time-shift modes) on your hard drive or burn it onto a DVD. It supports video formats MPEG1/2/4 and H.264.

This lightweight, portable device is USB powered so there is need for an external power cable. With a compact size of under 7 cm, and weighing only 14 grams, the DVB-T receiver and recorder fits a lot of features into its small shell. Watch and record digital TV on your PC or Laptop from anywhere!

The DVB-T gives you the power allowing you to pause and rewind live TV. Pick your programme with the user-friendly EPG, and record shows to watch back at your leisure. You can even sit back and relax, with the included remote control.

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2 Likes #1
This is probably a good deal but I shall never know as there is no way that it would pick up a digital signal where I live. I need a huge aerial pointed at a transmitter miles away to pick up the weakest of signals and, in case you were wondering, I don't live in a remote area.
#2
don't they have lots of these kinda things on ebay for similar or less price? does this have something more?

I think you still have to use your main aerial to get a good signal. The one provided is probably useless

Edited By: chaplin on May 24, 2011 22:32
1 Like #3
very misleading saying watch TV ANYWHERE!, reception on these things is usually rubbish because of the aerial supplied but for a tenner it might be worth a shot for someone.
10 Likes #4
Here is some feedback as to where our customers found it came in handy



Whatching TV when camping
Whatching my programme when some one else is hogging the TV
Great sencond TV for the caravan
Great when i am away on business
Stuck in an airport and boared
Sat on the beach on whatching TV
In the office and i did'nt want to miss the match

Just how many spelling and grammatical errors can you get in such a few lines of an advert!
14 Likes #5
Lakeside
[quote=]
Just how many spelling and grammatical errors can you get in such a few lines of an advert!


You should have a ? at the end of this sentence.
3 Likes #6
Says who!
#7
i bought this a couple of weeks ago fo £13 delivered, and i must admit im very impressed with the recording quality mind you i had to use the tv arial with a splitter because the little thing they give you is fit for the bin.
2 Likes #8
Lakeside
Says who!


The poster above you......

will65mcmanus
i bought this a couple of weeks ago fo £13 delivered, and i must admit im very impressed with the recording quality mind you i had to use the tv arial with a splitter because the little thing they give you is fit for the bin.


Eh, your bin gets a TV signal?

;)
#9
Mmmm, whatever next an HD Bin?
#10
my nipple ring would get a better signal than that aerial they give you

my nipple is available for hire

Edited By: cuzzy on May 25, 2011 13:08: swearing removed
1 Like #11
chaplin
my nipple is available for hire

How much are you charging for the hire of your nipple good sir?
2 Likes #12
Buyer beware, his nipple is on offer here for hire, but the ring (that he claims would get a better signal than this item) is not.
3 Likes #13
Lakeside
Buyer beware, his nipple is on offer here for hire, but the ring (that he claims would get a better signal than this item) is not.

I say! I was nearly conned! Many thanks for being so vigilant. :{
#14
Just to add my voice. I've got one, almost identical to the device in the picture. Be in no doubt that unless you are VERY close to a transmitter and the little aerial they supply is outside of right by a window you stand practically no chance of receiving anything with it.
At the very least you'll need small portable aerial which could easily cost you more than this receiver.
As for the customer comments, does anybody seriously think they aren't completely fictitious?
#15
Good price useless products, if you are in a built up area forget it and if you are in a remote area forget it. So if you live in a city or if you dont you wont get a good signal. But if you stay right next to a transmitter get it.
#16
mainds
Good price useless products, if you are in a built up area forget it and if you are in a remote area forget it. So if you live in a city or if you dont you wont get a good signal. But if you stay right next to a transmitter get it.

if you buy it and use the stupid **** probe they give you then fair enough but using normal arial it records fantastic quality

Edited By: will65mcmanus on May 25, 2011 09:58
1 Like #17
I know they're not exact comparisons, but I've got one of these and simply don't use it anymore since finding tvcatchup. Far more likely to get a decent wi-fi signal than a decent digital tv signal.
#18
chaplin
Lakeside
[quote=]
Just how many spelling and grammatical errors can you get in such a few lines of an advert!

You should have a ? at the end of this sentence.

I believe it is a rhetorical statement and as such wouldn't need one. But the '!' is overused on the whole.

!
#19
Wow.. I wonder anyone can recommend similar products with Freeview HD? Thanks!
1 Like #20
You can get similar DVB-T tuners from eBay and Dealextreme for less than a fiver.
#21
Really? Where???

wakeupbomb
You can get similar DVB-T tuners from eBay and Dealextreme for less than a fiver.
2 Likes #22
ah_heng
Really? Where???

wakeupbomb
You can get similar DVB-T tuners from eBay and Dealextreme for less than a fiver.

Umm. Ebay and DealExtreme?
#23
I have an aerial cable in my bedroom coming from the main aerial on the roof. Is it possible to plug it into these kind of receivers?
#24
Rowan146
I have an aerial cable in my bedroom coming from the main aerial on the roof. Is it possible to plug it into these kind of receivers?

yes m8 i have a normal arial going into mine
#25
JunkMail
This is probably a good deal but I shall never know as there is no way that it would pick up a digital signal where I live. I need a huge aerial pointed at a transmitter miles away to pick up the weakest of signals and, in case you were wondering, I don't live in a remote area.

When analogue gets switched off in your area, the digital signal will be increased 10 fold.
For your sake, I hope it hasn't been switched off already!
#26
sancho1983
[quote=ah_heng]
Umm. Ebay and DealExtreme?


dealextreme is a US shop
#27
lowercase
sancho1983
[quote=ah_heng]
Umm. Ebay and DealExtreme?

dealextreme is a US shop

That ships (albeit slowly) to the UK. Have you never bought something from there?

I actually think it is based in Hong Kong
#28
chaplin
Lakeside
[quote=]
Just how many spelling and grammatical errors can you get in such a few lines of an advert!

You should have a ? at the end of this sentence.


LOL - You've been owned!
#29
Can I connect a normal ariel to this device and get good reception? I dont have a large antenna or ariel at the top of the house. When the digital switchover happens will this device be unusable?
#30
stamfordblue
JunkMail
This is probably a good deal but I shall never know as there is no way that it would pick up a digital signal where I live. I need a huge aerial pointed at a transmitter miles away to pick up the weakest of signals and, in case you were wondering, I don't live in a remote area.


When analogue gets switched off in your area, the digital signal will be increased 10 fold.
For your sake, I hope it hasn't been switched off already!

Unfortunately the analogue signal was switched off here a few weeks ago. :(
1 Like #31
Qasim7
Can I connect a normal ariel to this device and get good reception? I dont have a large antenna or ariel at the top of the house. When the digital switchover happens will this device be unusable?

ariel = wasing powder
aerial = device that recieves a TV signal
6 Likes #32
" ariel = wasing powder
aerial = device that recieves a TV signal "

What is wasing powder ?
#33
spakkker
" ariel = wasing powder
aerial = device that recieves a TV signal "

What is wasing powder ?


lol
#34
In my experience these are only portable in so much as you can move it around - you shouldn't take it anywhere where you can't set it up properly as the aerial is rubbish (though if you get it in the exact right position it will work - can be pretty annoying though as exact means exact!).

Not a bad deal (but doesn't really beat eBay).
#35
ourdave
but I've got one of these and simply don't use it anymore since finding tvcatchup.


me too!
#36
Could this be plugged up to a usb port on a TV for example giving it digital telly ?
1 Like #37
Would you find a TV so old that it doesn't have digital telly anyway but so new that it has a USB port?
#38
581d
Could this be plugged up to a usb port on a TV for example giving it digital telly ?
I wasn't aware that you could buy TV's that have USB ports but are not digital. Maybe I misunderstood, do you mean use it like a set-top box to get freeview channels?
#39
There's a reason why its reduced from £40 to £10.
1 Like #40
RUSSM1
There's a reason why its reduced from £40 to £10.


To follow the theme of this thread, that should be IT'S, as in it is.

Thanks ;)

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