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This is a great buy freeview for you computer . Great price

or this one for £14.92 delivered

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/123327


Key Features

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Thumb size USB DVB-T Stick with remote
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High speed diversity signal receiving capacity, even while you are on the move!
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Watch digital TV on your laptop or desktop PC with full-speed USB 2.0 port connection
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USB bus powered, no any external power required
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Free-to-air digital terrestrial TV reception
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Support SDTV digital TV
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Support EPG, subtitle, and Teletext (where available)
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Timeshifting, Channel Surfing and Still Frame Capture
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Straight-to-Disc direct TV recording to DVD discs
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Support digital radio reception (not DAB type)
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Support all DVB-T audio formats
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Autoscan in UHF/VHF band (6, 7, 8 MHz channels)
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High-quality MPEG-2 formats digital TV recording
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Support Transport Stream record and playback
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Microsoft BDA driver

System Requirements

* Windows 2000 (SP4) / XP(SP2) PIII 800MHz CPU or above Microsoft Direct X 9.0b or above Work UHF/VHF Terrestrial TV Antenna Available Terrestrial Signal in your region
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DVB-T Parameters

* Carrier type : 2K or 8K Guard interval : 1/4, 1/8, 1/16 or 1/32 Code rate : 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 5/6 or 7/8 Modulation : QPSK, 16QAM or 64QAM Channel Bandwidth : 6MHz, 7MHz, 8MHz
* Tuner Input Terminal: 75 Ohm Receiving frequency: 48.25 ~ 863.25 MHz tuning range

I/O

* TV antenna in (MCX type)
* Full-speed USB 2.0 port
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Dimension

* 85x28x14mm

Accessory

* Remote, USB Cable, Driver & Utility CD, Quick Guide, CE Compliant RoHS Compliant VHF DVB-T Antenna.
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#1
Normal freeview boxes don't work where i live (Eastbourne) so i don't suppose this will either??
#2
If you are buying one of these check it works in your area as they do not work in a lot of places!!!
#3
thrillhouse
Normal freeview boxes don't work where i live (Eastbourne) so i don't suppose this will either??


Probably not, the aerials on these devices are notoriously poor, they work much better hardwired to a normal home aerial.
I would think that an area with a good reception would be needed for this to work well.
#4
Most of them don't work with Vista either
#5
Is this media centre compatable?
#6
Try [url]www.wolfbane.com[/url] for an excellent guide to analogue and digial TV reception strengths, including allowances for intervening terrain (ruddy big hills) To get the best you'll need a browser pluginwhich can display postscript data.
#7
You really need to put how much and where from in the main title, ask a mod and they will sort it out for you!
#8
We get freeview here, but reception isn't great, but we pick up most channels. That's through the roof antennae mind

Think I'll have a problem getting at least 10 channels (inc. terrestial, thats all I care about really) with this thing?
#9
tuggy
Most of them don't work with Vista either


yes they work woth vista, i bought the one from amazon on here last week, worked a treat with media centre.
#10
Does this model with with EyeTV, it looks like the same remote as the Freecom DVT-3 so perhaps is the same chipset?
#11
You can by similar things elsewhere-cheaper. £10-12.
#12
chillking
You can by similar things elsewhere-cheaper. £10-12.


It's amazingly useful comments like that which make you wonder whether there shouldn't be an IQ test before you get an Internet connection.

The fact you can get such things 'cheapher elsewhere' is useless in itself - some ideas on WHERE might make it worth posting (other than just to boost your rating)...
#13
Ok where can you get them cheaper ?

maybe china but i have had a look around the net and this one seems the best deal and thats why i posted !!

therealjohnpeat
It's amazingly useful comments like that which make you wonder whether there shouldn't be an IQ test before you get an Internet connection.

The fact you can get such things 'cheapher elsewhere' is useless in itself - some ideas on WHERE might make it worth posting (other than just to boost your rating)...
#14
Although I paid almost double this a couple of weeks ago from maplins (instore, cant see it on their web site now) I'm still happy with it.

Its worth noting this is one of the very few tv sticks that works with Windows 2000 - most of them seem to need XP. So its handy alternative to buying a new telly if your teenager already has a pc.

The arial tho small is actually quite good, and once installed you can upgrade the software by clicking on (i think) the about link somewhere. On an old windows 2000 box the user interface is slow, but once the pictures up its ok.

Note that it does seem to need USB2 to run. If you're not sure you can pick up a USB2 card for around a fiver at the same time http://www.ebuyer.com/product/108594
banned 1 Like #15
therealjohnpeat
It's amazingly useful comments like that which make you wonder whether there shouldn't be an IQ test before you get an Internet connection.

The fact you can get such things 'cheapher elsewhere' is useless in itself - some ideas on WHERE might make it worth posting (other than just to boost your rating)...


Ummm, having carefully considered a suitable response to your post, which admittedly must have been difficult to write with one hand since the other was doubtless slapping yourself on the back, I think the best thing I can say is:
ESAD.
#16
does thisa make your P.C a T.V or am i missing something?
#17
This makes your pc receive freeview channels .

So yes .
#18
squidworth;1652698
Although I paid almost double this a couple of weeks ago from maplins (instore, cant see it on their web site now) I'm still happy with it.

Its worth noting this is one of the very few tv sticks that works with Windows 2000 - most of them seem to need XP. So its handy alternative to buying a new telly if your teenager already has a pc.

The arial tho small is actually quite good, and once installed you can upgrade the software by clicking on (i think) the about link somewhere. On an old windows 2000 box the user interface is slow, but once the pictures up its ok.

Note that it does seem to need USB2 to run. If you're not sure you can pick up a USB2 card for around a fiver at the same time http://www.ebuyer.com/product/108594


you beat me to it doh:-D
#19
interesting that it comes with bda drivers so will work with media center/media portal, nice find as many of the cheapies don't come with this feature
Would of thought this would work with vista32 but not %100 certain so maybe worth a punt if im buying enought to get free delivery, might ave a go
#20
squidworth
Although I paid almost double this a couple of weeks ago from maplins (instore, cant see it on their web site now) I'm still happy with it.

Its worth noting this is one of the very few tv sticks that works with Windows 2000 - most of them seem to need XP. So its handy alternative to buying a new telly if your teenager already has a pc.

The arial tho small is actually quite good, and once installed you can upgrade the software by clicking on (i think) the about link somewhere. On an old windows 2000 box the user interface is slow, but once the pictures up its ok.

Note that it does seem to need USB2 to run. If you're not sure you can pick up a USB2 card for around a fiver at the same time http://www.ebuyer.com/product/108594


Who still uses Windows 2000? No offense.
#21
it works on xp extra aswell :)
#22
why buy the £16.10 one rather than the £14.92 one?
#23
driver disk apears to be a DVD-R?
#24
yes and ?

kram
driver disk apears to be a DVD-R?
#25
pc_tech86
Who still uses Windows 2000? No offense.


Both my teenage kids for starters... for msn and surfing and homework etc its more than fine!!! They have an older PC each as it keeps them off my one which I also use for work, so if they trash anything its easy enough to reinstall windows 2000...
#26
and windows 2000 does most xp does wo needing activation ;)

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