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KWorld DVB-T Digital USB TV Tuner - £20.19 delivered

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KWorld DVB-T 300U Digital USB TV Tuner is £20.19 inc delivery from Savastore.com

Product Details : With KWorld's DVB-T 300U TV Box, you can watch the digital terrestrial TV on your computer with your ordinary UHF/VHF antenna. You will be amazed how your ordinary UHF/VHF antenna can be so powerful. DVB-T 300U TV Box is a digital terrestrial television receiver box which allows users to access free-to-air digital terrestrial TV and radio signals using UHF/VHF antenna. DVB-T 300U can be used to record TV programs directly to your PC's hard disk in MPEG-2 format.

With DTVR application, you could pause live TV, record, and continue from where you left while watching current TV with the Time-Shifting technology. Besides, Scheduled- Recording function allows users not to miss any TV show. You also can scheduled record the TV shows while the PC is off with its powerful S.R.P.O. function. (Scheduled-Recording in PC Power-Off Mode).
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#1
Hello all, I have one of these and I think it's been talked about before here, but it is a matter of you get what you pay for with this piece of kit.
The software isn't particularly good and you do need to have very good reception to pick up most of the channels (or an aerial booster).

As an alternate piece of software to the K-World supplied one, try this:
http://www.gbpvr.com/
a bit fiddly to get started with, but an amazing community that can help out in their forums if you do have any problems.
X10
#2
X10
Hello all, I have one of these and I think it's been talked about before here, but it is a matter of you get what you pay for with this piece of kit.
The software isn't particularly good and you do need to have very good reception to pick up most of the channels (or an aerial booster).

As an alternate piece of software to the K-World supplied one, try this:
http://www.gbpvr.com/
a bit fiddly to get started with, but an amazing community that can help out in their forums if you do have any problems.
X10

Hi,

Not sure whether or not the 300U is one of the already supported DVB-T Receivers in GB-PVR. If this product is not it more than likely can be made compatible via editing the bda.ini file. As X10 say's the GB-PVR community is excellent (cannot recommend GB-PVR highly enough).

By the way, how did you manage to get a total price of £20.19 delivered?. Added one of these into a shopping basket and the total comes to £23.12 (a good buy though admittedly).

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Good find Edi.

Voted hot!.

Edited: 13:00 04/12/06. Delivery surcharge needs to be removed for total price to work out at £20.19 delivered (not placed many orders with savastore.com).
#3
Thanks X10 & itx for the comments :) Admittedly, you guys know better ...

itx :- This is what I'm getting... still £20.19 @ my end

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#4
When you place the order it adds another delivery charge of £2.49 (this is because by default the shipping option is a premium option).

You can remove this surcharge by choosing a different shipping option - standard is free and express is another 99p.

Thanks for the deal by the way!
#5
X10
Hello all, I have one of these and I think it's been talked about before here, but it is a matter of you get what you pay for with this piece of kit.
The software isn't particularly good and you do need to have very good reception to pick up most of the channels (or an aerial booster).

As an alternate piece of software to the K-World supplied one, try this:
http://www.gbpvr.com/
a bit fiddly to get started with, but an amazing community that can help out in their forums if you do have any problems.
X10


so you have this working with the gbpvr software? Seems like a great deal to me!

I realise its free but whats it like compared to say a basic standalone digi box with a built in hard drive?
#6
mediaportal is also a very good software replacement. I would highly recommend it over a standalone dvd recorder.
#7
[FONT=Calibri][SIZE=3]Will be upgrading soon to vista will this work with vista or will I be wasting my money:santa: [/SIZE][/FONT]
#8
I got one of these when Scan had them for £13.99 Supplied software is a bit naff (a lot naff) but it works fine added into my GB-PVR software machine. No messing with bda.ini - the current version supports it direct.

I've found gbpvr knocks the socks off any PVR machine I've seen. I have a couple of Hauppauge MVP's so so I can run a couple of TV's off the system as well as a couple of PC's. Free 2 weeks worth of EPG from teh RadioTimes. At present I can record three sources at the same time or two and watch another live or timeshifted. Play back as many as you have pc's or MVPs for. Check email, weather, stock prices etc etc on the TV.
As you've guessed, I've found gbpvr to be free, brilliant and extrememly well supported.. [url]www.gbpvr.com[/url]

Martin
#9
Cheers Edi. Merry christmas :santa:
#10
How large is the antenna on this thing? Is it something you can pack away easily (so that you could transport it somewhere else if desired)?
#11
alchemista
How large is the antenna on this thing? Is it something you can pack away easily (so that you could transport it somewhere else if desired)?

It's a very small thing - but you'd have to have a very good signal for it to work. Where I am, I have to use a large roof aerial to get any signal at all. It's the small thing to the right in the picture in the first post. It's a small remote as well when comparing sizes - the thing itself is about 3"x4"x0.5" (very roughly)
#12
Personally I would avoid this piece of s**t as it has the worst software I have ever had the displeasure to use. I stopped using mine and went back to using the Artec T1 which I now realise wasn't as bad as I thought.
#13
Ignoring the supplied software, what's this like as a device? Does it pick up multiplexes OK with a roof aerial? Does it hog resources? That's my main concern as it's a USB device.
#14
Chubby Brown
Cheers Edi. Merry christmas :santa:


Thanks Chubby Brown :santa: MC to you too :-D
#15
just wondering- would this work with other types of input? for e.g. vga input? if i have telewest cable box with vga output or with the standard tv cable (not scart) woudl that work?
#16
No this is just a DVB-T (digital) tuner. You'd need a video capture card or a TV card which has an analogue video capture option.

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