Technika STBHDH2010 Freeview HD Set Top Box + HDMI - £30 @ Tesco Direct - HotUKDeals
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Technika STBHDH2010 Freeview HD set top box enables you to watch up to 50 standard definition TV, BBC HD / ITV HD and 24 radio channels for free – without a subscription, contract or installation costs.

This Freeview box comes with an 8-day electronic programme guide to let you know when your favourite programmes are on.
It features HDMI upscaling and has 1x HDMI connection, 2x SCART sockets and a coaxial digital audio output.

This functional Freeview box comes with a SCART cable and a remote control.

Also free 1M HDMI Cable added at checkout.
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#1
http://direct.tesco.com/pi/Enlarge/8/SS11209-0458TPS847803.jpg
#2
Have one downstairs, It's not bad at all to be fair. If you only want it for the F1 in HD etc, it definately does the job.
#3
I have one too and it has been a proper PITA. evry three hours of not changing channel the box freezes, the only way to solve this is pulling the power and resetting the box.
#4
What are the USB and the RJ45/ethernet sockets on the back used for? Can it stream from another network device or playback from USB?
suspended#5
They seem to have reduced 3 different model numbers to £30 over the past month. I got one and not had problems, so far. Works a treat, even with an indoor aerial. :)
#6
I've got one of these, been posted before at this price already. Nice box, but I've also had mine freezing up a couple of times, although in my case it managed to correct itself without needing to unplug or switch off..
#7
These boxes get absolutely terrible reviews....You have been warned people!!
#8
Ajibee
What are the USB and the RJ45/ethernet sockets on the back used for? Can it stream from another network device or playback from USB?

The Rj45 will be for iPlayer and similar
#9
The RJ45 is for "future use" - meaning iPlayer eventually
- doesn't do anything at present

The USB socket is also "for future use", although it can currently be used for firmware upgrades.

£30 to be able to watch BBC HD and ITV HD is pretty good.
#10
Ta for the info danmed and mikerr - not something to count on happening any time soon, or even at all then!

Edited By: Ajibee on May 14, 2011 19:22
#11
voted cold this item is junk

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