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Sagem ITD68 Setanta Ready Digital Freeview Receiver


Includes viewing card with free initial connection & first month's Setanta Sport viewing. Subscription fee required thereafter.

Free Delivery when you spend £50 on Direct or free pick up from store.
Introductory price of £40.00. To be £49.97 from 05/09/2007.

REMEMBER TO GO VIA QUIDCO FOR ANOTHER 5% OFF AND TO ADD VOUCHER FOR £5.00 OFF BRINGING COST DOWN TO UNDER £35.00

Argos is charging £49.99 for this same item.
- ianrobertson01
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#1
no rgb, and should be offering hdmi connection by now.
#2
toadoftoadhall
no rgb, and should be offering hdmi connection by now.



Freeview .. HDMI Connection ?
#3
We bought our son the £44 (delivered) Digifusion 100 from microdirect. OK, refurbished (with 12 months warranty) but he gets a freeview box, 40gb hd and twin tuner (i.e. record 2 channels at the same time) capability. he's made up with it. Not a whole lot more wonga.
#4
bellboys
We bought our son the £44 (delivered) Digifusion 100 from microdirect. OK, refurbished (with 12 months warranty) but he gets a freeview box, 40gb hd and twin tuner (i.e. record 2 channels at the same time) capability. he's made up with it. Not a whole lot more wonga.



but you can't use Setanta on it (no viewing card slot) :thumbsup:
#5
Ahh, OK, point taken (in our case, thank God, it's £10/mth, lol)
#6
bellboys
Ahh, OK, point taken (in our case, thank God, it's £10/mth, lol)


That's what Dbox's are for :whistling:
#7
There are reports elsewhere of this Sagem having a not very sensitive tuner, so bear this in mind if you are in a weak signal area.;-)
#8
Inactive
Freeview .. HDMI Connection ?


Yep.....new Freeview boxes come with HDMI to 'upscale' the picture to 1080i.
#9
Mecoconuts
Yep.....new Freeview boxes come with HDMI to 'upscale' the picture to 1080i.


TBH your better off letting your TV do the upscaling, plus a freeview stream is'nt the greatest to start off with :)

http://www.avforums.com/forums/showpost.php?p=4894970&postcount=16

Although to be fair a few posters who bought a Goodman's Updcaling freeview box said they noticed a big difference in PQ, although a few other posters said the opposite, probably down to your TV at the end of the day
#10
strocky
TBH your better off letting your TV do the upscaling, plus a freeview stream is'nt the greatest to start off with :)

http://www.avforums.com/forums/showpost.php?p=4894970&postcount=16



That is exactly what thought.

I cannot see any value in a Freeview Box having a HDMI connection.
#11
bellboys
We bought our son the £44 (delivered) Digifusion 100 from microdirect. OK, refurbished (with 12 months warranty) but he gets a freeview box, 40gb hd and twin tuner (i.e. record 2 channels at the same time) capability. he's made up with it. Not a whole lot more wonga.



are you speaking english in this post? Noy a whole lot more wonga? lol

that sounds like a great deal. I am needing a recording device (although we have freeview built into our tv) would this be a good option do you think?
#12
strocky
That's what Dbox's are for :whistling:



what's a d box :) do tell. I think i want one
#13
Diekund
what's a d box :) do tell. I think i want one


http://www.satdownloads.co.uk

dreambox, starview, eurovox...........
#14
Diekund
what's a d box :) do tell. I think i want one



it's basically an old German version of an ITV digital box, which has Linux on it which allows you to view cable channels for educational purposes only, my mate has one :whistling:

You have to have cable to use them

they cost between £100-£125 on ebay, search for DBOX or DBOX2 :thumbsup:
#15
thats exactly what i have been looking for (to aid my studies of course)

Our cable has not been working 100% recently though (tv) and so i dont know if it is the best choice.

I am sure they can be found cheaper than they are on ebay? Anyone else got one of these?
#16
you would be better off getting a black pearl . it has a pvr option and is much more stable than the other boxes and a LOT LESS fooking around:whistling:
#17
Picked one of these up in-store today for £40, very pleased with that, so much thanks to the OP, gonna add some heat & rep, cheers!
#18
strocky
it's basically an old German version of an ITV digital box, which has Linux on it which allows you to view cable channels for educational purposes only, my mate has one :whistling:

You have to have cable to use them

they cost between £100-£125 on ebay, search for DBOX or DBOX2 :thumbsup:


£100+ on Ebay...jeez!
You can buy these boxes for around £75-£80 from certain retailers
#19
stamfordblue
£100+ on Ebay...jeez!
You can buy these boxes for around £75-£80 from certain retailers


pm me a link :thumbsup:

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