Terratec E3367 Cinergy Hybrid RC TV Tuner RRP £69.99 reduced to £17.99 at Play - HotUKDeals
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With the Cinergy Hybrid RC you can receive digital (freeview) and analogue TV signals - Where ever you want! Just connect the compact TV tuner to a notebook or PC via a USB 2.0 port - and in a flash you're able to view both all analogue TV programs available in the transmission area and the digital programs transmitted via DVB-T. The Cinergy Hybrid RC supports both standards in one device, and is therefore flexible and has a guaranteed future.

Regardless of where you are, your TV card is there with you. At a stationary PC at home you receive programs via the house antenna or the analogue cable connection. Away from home you simply connect the handy tuner to your notebook and use the included DVB-T compact antenna. And you don't ever have to go without the accustomed TV viewing comfort, as a matching remote control is also included.

You can also use the Cinergy Hybrid RC as a digital video recorder for recording analogue and digital terrestrial TV programs with full MPEG 2 support. The electronic program guide (EPG) helps you accurately navigate through the large number of stations and activate your recording timer. The integrated videotext function makes sure you're excellently informed even beyond the TV program.

Key Features

Digital and analogue TV for notebooks and PCs

Scheduled recordings and time shifting

EPG support (DVB-T mode only)

Teletext

Power supply via USB

USB 2.0 high speed interface, 480 Mbps

Digital video recorder with editing function and MPEG2 support

Features:
Digital and analogue TV for notebooks and PCs
Scheduled recordings and time shifting
EPG support (DVB-T mode only)
Teletext
Power supply via USB
USB 2.0 high speed interface, 480 Mbps
Digital video recorder with editing function and MPEG2 support
Technical Data
Plug'n'Play
Voltage: 5V DC (USB bus powered)
Current: 480mA
Housing colour: white/silver
Dimensions: 82 x 33 x 17 mm
Tuner:
Analog: PAL, SECAM, NTSC
Digital: DVB-T, TNT, DTT (Freeview)
Software
TerraTec Home Cinema
System requirements
Intel Pentium 4 / AMD Athlon XP / Centrino certified notebook or CPU 2 GHz or higher
512 MB RAM
1 available USB 2.0 interface
Audio hardware with DirectX support
CD/DVD drive for software installation
Graphics board with DirectX 9.0 drivers (or higher) or video overlay support
Analogue TV reception (antenna or cable) or Terrestrial digital TV reception (DVB-T, Freeview, TNT)
Microsoft Windows XP with SP 2 / Vista (32bit & 64bit)
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#1
Can't find any reviews for this but seems a good price.
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I was going to get one for the PC up stairs,
But I've been using [url]www.tvcatchup.com[/url] instead
It streams all the freeview channels.

Might be a cheaper option if you have a good internet connection.
#3
just tried catchup TV very impressed
#4
nutty
I was going to get one for the PC up stairs,
But I've been using [url]www.tvcatchup.com[/url] instead
It streams all the freeview channels.

Might be a cheaper option if you have a good internet connection.


It is, but I have one of these USB freeview thingies for camping, its handy to have to take with you with a netbook, and not many camping sites you can find with free wifi!
#5
Are these any good for using whilst travelling in a vehicle?
#6
Robbie0000
Are these any good for using whilst travelling in a vehicle?


I would doubt it because freeview transmissions vary the frequency channels from area to area over differing transmitters.
#7
How good is this at picking up signals with the supplied aerial, I thought most were pretty poor?
#8
I'm not slating the deal and I won't vote hot or cold but I have to say that I bought one of these type of devices from ebuyer (it was a decent brand and had decent reviews) and it was absolute GARBAGE I returned it. :oops:

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/113962 had the same lame aerial on it.
banned#9
nutty
I was going to get one for the PC up stairs,
But I've been using [url]www.tvcatchup.com[/url] instead
It streams all the freeview channels.

Might be a cheaper option if you have a good internet connection.


You can also get it on the iphone with a free app form the appstore.
#10
lozzzzzzzzzz
You can also get it on the iphone with a free app form the appstore.


dunno about the free app, but you can just view that website on the iphone and it works without an app.
Daz.
#11
A while back I bought a USB TV stick (not this one) and it's useless unless you connect to the rooftop aeriel.
#12
nutty
I was going to get one for the PC up stairs,
But I've been using [url]www.tvcatchup.com[/url] instead
It streams all the freeview channels.

Might be a cheaper option if you have a good internet connection.


rep added never heard of that site before looks good will use it
#13
TVCatchup plugin for Windows Media Center:

http://forums.tvcatchup.com/showthread.php?t=3759

I believe they're working on the ability to record too.
#14
this looks rubbish some months back there were better sticks for around £12inc
Analogue is dead anyway
#15
these devices are good but the supplied antenna/ariels give a bad name to usb freeview devices

only if you are in a good location the supplied antenna will be good enough to use otherwise an outdoor antenna (or whatever gives your main freeview device a good picture & sound) is recommended for these freeview devices

I have had many usb 1 usb 2 & pci devices from cheap 10 pound usb freeview devices to expensive pci cards.
#16
Tried viewing TV Catchup on my iphone but it states needs Adobe flash player which isn't available for iphone. Now can I find an app for it in the app store. How do you all get around this? Thanks
#17
justbrowsing
Tried viewing TV Catchup on my iphone but it states needs Adobe flash player which isn't available for iphone. Now can I find an app for it in the app store. How do you all get around this? Thanks


http://iphone.tvcatchup.com/
#18
Hmmnn.......this would probably work very well in post DSO areas like ours (North West) as the signal these days is incredibly strong but as mentioned with the advent of TV Catchup this thing has become pretty much redundant.

Even if I was to take my laptop camping like suggested above I'd take my BB dongle with me so still wouldn't have call for one of these.

Where one of these would come in handy though is travelling in a car. Streaming sites are pretty useless when travelling at speed and contray to above in most cases you'd have to go some distance before you enter another region and had to retune the channels and if it's a journey you regularly make you could have the channels from different regions already stored making it even easier.

Think I'll vote HOT.
#19
hughwp

Analogue is dead anyway


Not in Yorkshire yet... :thumbsup:
#20
CHalligan
TVCatchup plugin for Windows Media Center:

http://forums.tvcatchup.com/showthread.php?t=3759

I believe they're working on the ability to record too.



Using IE or Firefox, I cannot say the standard streaming picture is that great. It's a bit unclear, as is often the case with streaming.

Would using it with WMC (and plug in) improve the picture?
#21
hot hot
#22
is it OoS now?
#23
nutty
I was going to get one for the PC up stairs,
But I've been using [url]www.tvcatchup.com[/url] instead
It streams all the freeview channels.

Might be a cheaper option if you have a good internet connection.


Thanks for that link - repped
#24
these are all sh*t, dont waste your money and play a board game instead
#25
This is a good price! While TV Catchup is good and free, the quality is pretty low, and you have to watch an advert every time you change the channel! This also gives you the ability to record.

Would be great for a caravan or a bedroom with no TV but an aerial socket.
#26
mightykaboosh
I'm not slating the deal and I won't vote hot or cold but I have to say that I bought one of these type of devices from ebuyer (it was a decent brand and had decent reviews) and it was absolute GARBAGE I returned it. :oops:

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/113962 had the same lame aerial on it.
Totally agree.Absolute rubbish!!.
#27
Here's a couple more apps that stream TV channels, which have a few more channels available than TV Catchup, for anyone interested.

[url]www.filmon.com/tv/[/url]

[url]www.zattoo.com/[/url]
#28
Made up I dropped into this thread for a mosey.

Thanks everyone for iPhone tv links, made my night.
#29
wow didn't know you could watch TV online for free! awesome
#30
The best TV tuner according to a lot of reviews on internet. Normally 60 pounds + This is very good price but it is a bit too late to get one.

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