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Tevion TC7500 DVD Recorder With A 160GB SAMSUNG HDD And DVBT £61.99 delivered. £54.99

£54.99 @ UKDVDR
first deal post so hope i got it right seems like a very good deal to me.......... Specifications 160GB HDD Recorder with DVBT Tuner + analogue tuner Record onto HDD or DVD Receives all Freevie…
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8y, 7m agoFound 8 years, 7 months ago
first deal post so hope i got it right seems like a very good deal to me..........

Specifications
160GB HDD Recorder with DVBT Tuner + analogue tuner
Record onto HDD or DVD
Receives all Freeview Channels
Interactive Text (MHEG5)
SAMSUNG HDD
Features
One Touch Recording
8 Events Programmable Timer
Automatic TV Channel Scanning
Up to Two Hours Time Shift Recording
USB Input for Connecting Other Devices
DV Input for Camcorder Connection
Scart Lead Included
Full Function Remote Control
Connections
USB 1.1 Host Port
DV Mini Firewire Port
SVHS Input
Component video inputs
Rear Connections
Analogue Tuner Input & Output
Digital Tuner Input & Output
Composite Video Input & Output
S-Video Output
Component Video Output
5.1 Channel Audio Output
Optical Audio Output
Coaxial Audio Output
Scart Input
Scart Output
Serial port (Future firmware updates?) Recording Source
Antenna
Front-CVBS
Front-S-Video
Rear CVBS
Scart
DV In
DVB
Compatible formats
Read
DVD+R, DVD-R, DVD+RW, DVD-RW, CD-R, CD-RW, CD-ROM, DVD-ROM, VCD, SVCD, CD, MP3, JPEG
Write
DVD+R, DVD+RW, DVD-R, DVD-RW
TV Tuner: PAL
Antenna Impedance: 75?
Dimensions
478x132x385 mm (W/D/H)
Pack Contains
160GB DVD Recorder
Remote Control
Scart Lead
Audio/Video Cable
User manual <<<
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#1
Don't you mean Tevion DVD Recorder? I think only the HD is made by Samsung.
#2
Am i missing something or does this say its actually a TEVION dvd recorder with a Samsung HDD ?

EDIT: snap lol ;-)
#3
£61.99 delivered.

Looks tatty too. Is this A-grade stock? :thinking:
banned#4
pearcie welcome to HUD.I think its a good first post.Maybe you should edit the title to tevion dvd.Anyway I vote your first listing hot. its a good first try,
#5
dont know it dont say edited aswell i did say it was my first deal so dont expect perfection just copy and pasted spec
#6
Tevion or Samsung it's still a good price for a 160GB freeview hard disk recorder with DVD recorder isn't it?
1 Like #7
Spod
Tevion or Samsung it's still a good price for a 160GB freeview hard disk recorder with DVD recorder isn't it?


thanx and sorry it is
Tevion TC7500
banned#8
Hot from me OP, BUT I suggest you change price to INCLUDE delivery!
#9
montyburns56;2839632
Don't you mean Tevion DVD Recorder? I think only the HD is made by Samsung.

Yeah, I would agree...
A copy of the manual can be found here:
http://www.mpc-group.com/contell/forward/User_manual_Tevion_TC7500.pdf?realURL=/contell/cms/data/Downloads/aldi/support/User_manual_Tevion_TC7500/datei.bin&mime=application/octet-stream&download=1
1 Like #10
ODB_69
Hot from me OP, BUT I suggest you change price to INCLUDE delivery!


ok done
banned#11
Fantastic price especially as this has freeview. Brill for copying those old VHS tapes.
banned 1 Like #12
Monkey nuts 2;2839667
£61.99 delivered.

Looks tatty too. Is this A-grade stock? :thinking:

I think its just a poor resolution picture.
1 Like #13
good deal, if i hadt got a humax pvr coming tomorrow i would have got one of these.

hot n rep given
banned 1 Like #14
pearcie;2839796
ok done

nice one!

Cracking 1st post imo Pearcie!:thumbsup:
#15
Not a bad deal, but it hasn't got Freeview 2 playback, and I doubt it will ever see an over the air update!!
banned#16
csiman;2839821
I think its just a poor resolution picture.

agreed

http://www.ukdvdr.co.uk/shop/images/cache/131d36154612d1ac2ab3727e9584d944.jpg
http://www.bigpockets.co.uk/site/images/SHIPIT/TEVION003F.jpg
http://www.bigpockets.co.uk/site/images/SHIPIT/TEVION003D.jpg
#17
anyone know if you can watch a different program to the one you are recording .. manual isn't clear about this??
#18
who_are_you_uk
anyone know if you can watch a different program to the one you are recording .. manual isn't clear about this??


It dosen't appear to be a twin tuner from the description. If it's not, it's not quite as useful and I wouldn't buy it on that basis as I don't have Freeview built-in to my TV. It's still a great price though.
banned#19
who_are_you_uk;2840121
anyone know if you can watch a different program to the one you are recording .. manual isn't clear about this??

Doesnt look like it.

Oddfellow;2840311
It dosen't appear to be a twin tuner from the description. If it's not, it's not quite as useful and I wouldn't buy it on that basis as I don't have Freeview built-in to my TV. It's still a great price though.

but, it does have an analogue tuner so you can still watch an analogue channel whilst recording a freeview one and vice-versa. Very unlikely you want to record a freeview channel whilst watching one.
#20
Can you play divx movies via usb stick on this? Doesnt say if it plays divx at all?
#21
brum;2839822
good deal, if i hadt got a humax pvr coming tomorrow i would have got one of these.

hot n rep given


It's a very different piece of kit, and not so much an either/or decisions! The Humax is fantastic for recording Freeview progs for time shifted viewing, with dual freeview tuner, and viewing of recorded stuff at the same time; this only has a single freeview tuner, but will be good for archiving stuff (films perhaps) to DVD when you want to keep it, or as someone mentioned for copying stuff from tapes, it can record programmes from Sky too even, but without the ease of using the EPG to do all the work setting it up; but it will NOT offer anything like the sophisticated and flexible recording that the Humax does.
I could underestand wanting both, for the options that gives, but if it is like my DVD recorder, it harldy gets used as it is as big a pain to set up as a VHS machine :-(

Freeview PVRs (and Sky+ too) by comparison are the easiest piece of kit to use there is or ever was, but without the easy option of long term archiving to DVD!
#22
csiman;2840549
Very unlikely you want to record a freeview channel whilst watching one.


I do, every day of the week.
So do most people I know who have one.

The beauty of PVR/DVRs (whatever you want to call them) with this sort of flexibility is the ability to view what you want, when you want it. It soon becomes a totally different mind-set to that of VHS recording; and that is apart from the ability to freeze live tv when the phone rings or the doorbell goes - with a single tuner, you lose the programme you are watching, with dual, you don't.
#23
Some discussion of this here:
http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?p=19650150 from when it was on offer at Aldi.
Other quirks highlighted here:
http://www.avforums.com/forums/showthread.php?p=5974841

It is cheap, and has definite potential uses, but don't think I will buy one, it just seems to fall short on some points, and I will get by using video capture on the PC for the odd bit of archiving to DVD I need to do, and the PVR for Freeview use.
#24
Dumb question!
Can I record from a normal non-Sky+/HD Sky box onto this?
#25
Also need to edit as doesn't have 'Component video inputs' only outputs.
ie if wanted to connect 360 to record game, won't via Component.
#26
Just for information, when I was looking for a combined DVD and HDD recorder ( I bought the excellent Sony RDRHXD870) I found that there were NO combined DVD+HDD units on the market that had twin freeview tuners. It just seems to be a feature of them for some reason. Didn't matter to me and I'm sure that there a plenty of people out there who are quite happy to watch freeview on their TV whilst recording with their PVR. I hardly ever use the DVD recorder, but when I have, it's been such a pleasure to record old VHS tapes onto the hard drive and edit them and then burn them to DVD, instead of using messy capture cards in a PC (and I am very competent a this). If it does all it claims to do, then this is a bargain.
#27
shame this doesnt play divx/xvid ;-)
#28
I can not post deals on here my work computer wont let me but i can comment. Anywho i have seen a few of these posted now and i was trying to get this one up for a while. It was down to £129.99 but its now back to £169.00 a shame really but still a decent deal imo. http://www.humaxdirect.co.uk/product.asp?ProdRef=10055
#29
Vincent Valentin;2847239
I can not post deals on here my work computer wont let me but i can comment. Anywho i have seen a few of these posted now and i was trying to get this one up for a while. It was down to £129.99 but its now back to £169.00 a shame really but still a decent deal imo. http://www.humaxdirect.co.uk/product.asp?ProdRef=10055


And a very different thing to the machine in the original post.
Plus it is about 7 quid postage from this site, if I remember correctly?

The 9200 in it's various incarnations has been discussed to death in this very recent thread:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=231560

The warranty is the real bargain in this particular deal - 3 years is a long time, seeing PVRs have turned out to be a bit less reliable than any other kit!

The 320Mb HD is IMMENSE for the way most people use PVRs, as it is so large there is a danger you would never fill it, and if you did it would take forever to watch it all, so don't be worried that a 160Gb drive might be too small, unlike on a PC, for a PVR that is a lot of space! Remember you can ONLY record from Freeview on it, so are not going to be using the space for other things; although you can get files off this particular one onto a PC via USB.

The 160Gb version is 100 quid plus delivery (graded but guaranteed) and the 320Gb is 130 plus delivery in the same condition on the same site.
#30
Cheers nihcaj as you maybe aware i'm still getting to grips with this site
#31
Bisto34
...and I doubt it will ever see an over the air update!!


Why do you say that, do Tevion have a reputation for not doing this?

csiman
... Very unlikely you want to record a freeview channel whilst watching one.


Really? I can easily imagine wanting to watch something else on fv whilst taping a film on Film 4 for e.g. There are plenty of fv channels so it stands to reason you'll want to watch 1 and tape another, especially with more than one person in the house.
#32
Nice one
#33
so just to confirm...

if i have a built in tuner on my tv - can i record one channel on this and watch another on my tv through its tuner?
banned#34
dipifipi;2852359
so just to confirm...

if i have a built in tuner on my tv - can i record one channel on this and watch another on my tv through its tuner?

of course
banned#35
Archiving Sky+ programs.

I know someone said that it is possible, but I don't understand how - if anyone would be kind enough to explain, or link to an explanation, i'd be grateful.
#36
mar<;2856061
Archiving Sky+ programs.

I know someone said that it is possible, but I don't understand how - if anyone would be kind enough to explain, or link to an explanation, i'd be grateful.


Not tried it, (don't have Sky+) so I am assuming there is no extra Macrovision protection built into Sky+; but you would need to play the recording (in real time) and record it again on the HD or DVD via the scart input - I use this to record from Sky to DVD on rare occasions, (just a you would record to a VHS tape) but it's getting rarer as I am losing Sky signal due to overgrown trees, not on MY property! :-(

I see SOME recording might have Macrovision protection, so read THIS thread (http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?t=286909) for more info. You might be wise to speak to someone who is actually doing this, as I can only really comment on how it works on my standard Sky box, which does not have this problem!
banned#37
Great ! Thanks for the info nihcaj - I'll go check it out ;)
banned#38
no hdmi :-(
#39
mar<
Archiving Sky+ programs.

I know someone said that it is possible, but I don't understand how - if anyone would be kind enough to explain, or link to an explanation, i'd be grateful.


Just go to your sky planner highlight the programme you want to record, the red button selects the copy option, you should see this at the bottom left of your screen. It looks like it just plays the programme (I cannot tell any difference visually), but sometime i've noticed this option is not avaible (I think its always been with a movie).I presume that if this option is not availble that you would be unable to record it, if you did just play.

hope this helps
banned#40
***BEWARE ALL***
:x This is not A grade stock , Its worse than used ..... Just bought one and and its third class stock , there was no remote control in the box either, so it can't even be used or tested.

Not a great deal at all, infact UKDVDR.co.uk should be avodided at all costs . [COLOR="Red"]Search for UKDVDR.co.uk reviews first then part with your money.[/COLOR]

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