Hauppauge HD PVR H.264 Capture High-Definition Recorder - Rrp £199.99 Now £149.99 @ Play - HotUKDeals
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Hauppauge HD PVR H.264 Capture High-Definition Recorder - Rrp £199.99 Now £149.99 @ Play

£149.99 @ Play.Com
Around £170+ elsewhere. Also 5% off with a varsity card + quidco. Capture from HD Video sources. Amazing 1080i recording resolution. Arcsoft video editing and burning software included. Hauppaug… Read More
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8y, 1m agoFound 8 years, 1 month ago
Around £170+ elsewhere. Also 5% off with a varsity card + quidco.

Capture from HD Video sources.
Amazing 1080i recording resolution.
Arcsoft video editing and burning software included.
Hauppauge remote control and IR blaster supplied, for easy of use.
Capture console game play and walkthrough's
Specifications

Hardware encoder:
H.264 AVCHD video encoder.
Recording datarate: from 1 to 13.5 Mbits/sec (user selectable).
Recording format: up to 1080i from component video (YCrCb)
Note: the video input format determines the recorded format. For example, 1080i input records at 1080i, 720P records
at 720P, etc.. Any other format conversions needs to be done with the MediaConvert program (supplied).
Size: 19.8cm wide x 17.3 cm deep x 7 cm high.
Power: 5V at 2 amps.

Included with the HD PVR
HD PVR high definition personal video recorder, USB.
Remote Control Including batteries.
IR Blaster transmitter cable.
Component video cable set.
Audio cable set.
USB cable.
5v power supply.

Bundled software applications
Arcsoft "TotalMediaExtreme" for video capture, preview, playback, and authoring and burning your TV recordings onto a Blu-ray DVD compatible disc.
Arcsoft "TotalMedia Theater", a video player so you can play back your TV recordings to your PC screen.
Arcsoft "MediaConverter" , to convert your H.264 HD recordings onto other formats.
Includes Hauppauge's WinTV scheduler for scheduled TV recordings.

Input and outputs
Component video input and loop through output.
Optical audio Input and loop through output.
Left/ Right RCA audio input and loop through output.
Composite video and S-Video inputs (on front panel).
Left/right audio input (on front panel).
IR Blaster output.
USB2.0 High speed Device
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#1
http://www.hauppauge.co.uk/pics/hd_pvr_medium.jpg
#2
The 'IR Blaster' sounds interesting!
#3
Its been 150 since its release last year..
banned#4
lol @
Power: 5V at 2 amps
#5
Nick_
Its been 150 since its release last year..
No it hasn't, Rrp is £199.99 and it was £169.99 @ Play less than a week ago - still shows on this link - http://www.google.co.uk/products?q=Hauppauge+HD+PVR&hl=en&scoring=p&sa=N&lnk=next&start=30 Show me anyone bar Play selling this for £150

Ebuyer - £169.12
Microwarehouse - £170.16
Scan - £171.30
Dabs - £189.58
Memory Express - £220.29
banned#6
whizzkid
No it hasn't, Rrp is £199.99 and it was £169.99 @ Play less than a week ago - still shows on this link - http://www.google.co.uk/products?q=Hauppauge+HD+PVR&hl=en&scoring=p&sa=N&lnk=next&start=30 Show me anyone bar Play selling this for £150

Ebuyer - £169.12
Microwarehouse - £170.16
Scan - £171.30
Dabs - £189.58
Memory Express - £220.29


Erm me? haha. I'm selling mine @ £100.

Awesome kit, I'd reccomend to anyone! Shame I need the cash
#7
£150 was the launch price, but the exchange rate/rip-off-Britain-tax forced it up.

Team it up with the Thomson SkyHD box with the component outputs and start "archiving" :)

Arcsoft software isn't the greatest - can be a little flaky...
#8
They've been this price for a while, although possibly off and on. I was weighing up the pros/cons of this for recording from Sky+HD. The problem is new HD boxes don't have component out, AKA "the analogue hole" for pretty much THIS reason.

The solution to get this working to add a HDFury2 (£144) which will convert from HDMI to component. It brings the cost of recording SkyHD up to about £294 and while you are doing it via HDMI (digital) -> Analogue -> Digital, the results can be stunning.

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