EXPIRED - Hauppauge WinTV-NOVA-T USB Stick - DVB-T Digital freeview TV tuner stick - HotUKDeals
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* Watch Digital DVB-T freeview TV on your notebook or PC
* Record Digital DVB-T TV to your PC's hard disk using high quality MPEG-2
* Listen to DVB-T radio
* Quick and easy to install USB 2.0 plug and play product
* Latest high sensitivity DVB-T tuner for best possible digital DVB-T performance
* Includes portable high gain ariel
* Includes Hauppauges WinTV2000 application software to watch, pause, record TV in a window or full screen
* Includes WinTV-scheduler, so you can record your favourite TV programmes on a daily or weekly schedule
* Compatible with Windows XP and Windows MCE
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Pretty standard price isn't it? Think I've seen cheaper before too. Price and retailer in the title may help.
do u have 2 plu it in the ariel
Katie Greggs
do u have 2 plu it in the ariel

You've changed your tune lately.

Yep, in order to get a decent signal you'll need an aerial. Preferably one on the roof rather than a portable one. It is technially possible to get a signal without an aerial but it's not really gonna happen!
got a few queries.
1. will it work with vista premium?
2. can i connect a sky box to it?
I have a descent 22 inch monitor and a sky multi room i dont have a tv tuner card in my CPU.
Thanks in advance .
i would also like to know if this works on vista, and would it pick up my virgin box? I already have a coax aerial cable spare coming out my virgin box
Would have thought it will work with vista fine.

Don't think this will work at all with sky or virgin, I guess you may pick up a few channels with Virgin but not sure how the cable system works.

It's designed to get freeview channels through a tv aerial.

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