Freeview Digital Receiver Now with USB port to play MP3 music and view digital photos/films £18.99 @ Aldi - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HotUKDeals, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HotUKDeals app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
337Expired

Freeview Digital Receiver Now with USB port to play MP3 music and view digital photos/films £18.99 @ Aldi

£18.99 @ ALDI
Freeview Digital Receiver Now with USB port to play MP3 music and view digital photos/films £18.99 Aldi stores Thursday 12th November Receives all the very latest Freeview channels to expand y… Read More
jane34 Avatar
7y, 7m agoFound 7 years, 7 months ago
Freeview Digital Receiver Now with USB port to play MP3 music and view digital photos/films £18.99

Aldi stores Thursday 12th November

Receives all the very latest Freeview channels to expand your viewing horizons in moments. Now with USB port to play MP3 music and view digital photos/films.

Compatible with all modern TVs
Easy set-up/installation with auto channel search
SCART lead included
Twin SCART sockets
Interactive RED button
Now and Next information display
Electronic Programme Guide (EPG)
Remote control with on-screen display (batteries included)
More From ALDI:

All Comments

(20) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
#1
Excellent deal. I should have waited I got the one from Aldi not so long ago for the same price.
#2
Any idea what file types the USB port supports?
#3
Humm. Not intending to hijack your thread buddy but anyone know of a freeview + recorder with a USB you can hitch up to a PC and transfer recordings from the freeview box to your PC in common file types eg mpeg 2, avi etc.
#4
Heaven Can Wait
Any idea what file types the USB port supports?


If its a problem you can't get around but want to, get format factory freeware. It can easily manage most conversions.
1 Like #5
Meathotukdeals
Humm. Not intending to hijack your thread buddy but anyone know of a freeview + recorder with a USB you can hitch up to a PC and transfer recordings from the freeview box to your PC in common file types eg mpeg 2, avi etc.


i know that Tesco(tecknika) have lcd tv's with the usb record function on them. Try looking into that perhaps...
1 Like #6
Meathotukdeals
Humm. Not intending to hijack your thread buddy but anyone know of a freeview + recorder with a USB you can hitch up to a PC and transfer recordings from the freeview box to your PC in common file types eg mpeg 2, avi etc.


Topfields should do transfering according to the mini review on amazon


http://www.amazon.co.uk/review/R3C8RK93PT72ZE
1 Like #7
Hi
these freeview pvr's £59.49 record onto 3 usb ports u need the dongles to do it not included
seen them on tesco site too

then watch programmes from the usb's on the pvr or transfer onto your pc n burn to disc etc.

http://www.a3.plugonit.co.uk/product/harrier-gudb20usb3
#8
lakeuk
Topfields should do transfering according to the mini review on amazon


http://www.amazon.co.uk/review/R3C8RK93PT72ZE


they do. dont know what format it is in just know that to convert to dvd it takes a while!

1 went for £90 on here the other day and can highly recommend them as a freeview recorder :)
#9
Heaven Can Wait
Any idea what file types the USB port supports?


Would like to know this also, if it does DIVX that would seal the deal :santa:
#10
quidditys_shore
they do. dont know what format it is in just know that to convert to dvd it takes a while!

1 went for £90 on here the other day and can highly recommend them as a freeview recorder :)


They are .rec files or .ts and in the past I have converted and burned to DVD, I did not find that it took that long.

Here is a link : http://www.viewfinderdesign.co.uk/archive/69/convert-topfield-rec-files-and-burn-to-dvd/

Think this might make it seem harder than it is but gives an idea.
#11
hi guys does anyone know if this has an rf modulator as i want to connect it to pc tv card......
#12
gogboy
They are .rec files or .ts and in the past I have converted and burned to DVD, I did not find that it took that long.

Here is a link : http://www.viewfinderdesign.co.uk/archive/69/convert-topfield-rec-files-and-burn-to-dvd/

Think this might make it seem harder than it is but gives an idea.


easier way once you have the .rec files as this program used to open and author them. http://www.womble.com/

Dunno if it's free or if they do a free version.


look here also http://www.toppy.org.uk/downloads/windows.php
#13
dontasciime
easier way once you have the .rec files as this program used to open and author them. http://www.womble.com/

Dunno if it's free or if they do a free version.


look here also http://www.toppy.org.uk/downloads/windows.php


You know the Womble soft is good for doing various edits but I've ALWAYS found the quality of the edited files normally (MPEG 2 Prog) and not that great. Edit an edit and then the quality really drops off. I can normally see lots of noise, normally in vertical bars.

EDIT Thats from their old MPEG WIzard and newer DVD Wizard.
#14
absolute joke, went into 1 aldi store at 0910, no sign of this or the vinyl recorder thing. went into another an hour later, again no sign of it apart from the big massive poster. was told they were all gone. whats the point in advertising these if a store only gets a handful! absolutely fuming, will never step foot in an aldi ever again.
#15
Got one and it's a superb little box but doesn't appear to pick up avi files? I reads my portable 250Gb hard drive no problem.
Anyone had any better luck or know what video it does play?
#16
threebie
Anyone had any better luck or know what video it does play?


RTFM :roll:

It says mp2 and higher
#17
pidgeofcdf
absolute joke, went into 1 aldi store at 0910, no sign of this or the vinyl recorder thing. went into another an hour later, again no sign of it apart from the big massive poster. was told they were all gone. whats the point in advertising these if a store only gets a handful! absolutely fuming, will never step foot in an aldi ever again.


they had them under the tills in my local
#18
Waldolf
RTFM :roll:

It says mp2 and higher


Ah yes the manual, what a font of knowledge it is. Of course MPEG2 and higher suggests all manner of video files which it doesn't actually handle. In fact it turns out just MPEG2 but no higher. You keep reading the manuals though dipsh!t.
One day perhaps you'll have a valid opinion of your own.
#19
sorry but im confused. so what does it play? im not going to read the manual sorry! i dont understand it
#20
bump..

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!