Thomson DTI6300 160GB Freeview & Twin Tuner PVR 120 Hours Record & Top Up TV + £76.41 inc postage @ QVC - HotUKDeals
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Thomson DTI6300 160GB Freeview & Twin Tuner PVR 120 Hours Record & Top Up TV +
Item Number: 560578
QVC Price £84.50
Today's Special Value Price £69.96
Availability In stock
UK P&P £6.45

Pause, rewind and fast forward live digital TV with this ingenious PVR from Thomson. It has a 160GB hard disk drive which offers you an hour buffer to interact with live TV. You can also record up to 120 hours of TV, plus, with the unit's 14-day electronic programme guide, you can plan your viewing and recording well in advance. The device boasts a twin tuner allowing you to record from one channel while watching another. It comes with optional subscription offers for three months of Setanta Sports and one month of Top Up TV and PictureBox services.

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#1
Brought one of these 3 months ago from Tesco when it was reduced to £61 something pounds...Purely for the 9 months free Setanta Sports that it came with! (Have since cancelled Top UP Tv Sub and SS is still going strong AND had nothing to do with SS Customer Services, which we all know is a mission in itself!) :thumbsup:

As a recorder, it crashes more often than a Win 95 PC so I'd not recommend it...Ended up flogging it on a well known website for £50 but I doubt you'd get anywhere near that now!

Avoid Thomson and spend the extra cash on the Humax Freeview PVR...Well worth it! :-D
#2
Zoomster
Brought one of these 3 months ago from Tesco when it was reduced to £61 something pounds...Purely for the 9 months free Setanta Sports that it came with! (Have since cancelled Top UP Tv Sub and SS is still going strong AND had nothing to do with SS Customer Services, which we all know is a mission in itself!) :thumbsup:

As a recorder, it crashes more often than a Win 95 PC so I'd not recommend it...Ended up flogging it on a well known website for £50 but I doubt you'd get anywhere near that now!

Avoid Thomson and spend the extra cash on the Humax Freeview PVR...Well worth it! :-D


Thomson acutally is very good it all depends on where you get it from it seems but i`ve not seen this model cheaper anywhere
#3
Worst PVR ever made avoid like the plague.
#4
Avoid Thomson
#5
I have one and to be honest its fine, has the occasional hiccup but nothing major. I am certain the Humax is better but it isn't the same price Mine replaced my original dhd4000 which I also rated.

One negative is that there isn't a windows preview of live TVi in the guide.

Positives it has a decent remote, is very cheap.
#6
SilverBlack
Worst PVR ever made avoid like the plague.


Agreed 100% and I'm surprise Top Up TV are even still in business with their level of customer "care".
#7
Had one given, it is an appalling piece of kit, and went in the bin!

Buy one for someone you don't like :whistling:

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