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Twin Tuner 160GB Freeview+ PVR (refurb) £49.99 + 4% Quidco @ Maplin

£49.99 @ Maplin
Code: A53JQ * Twin-receiver that lets you watch one Freeview channel and record another * Pause and rewind Live TV * Series Link * 14-day TV planner * Record 2 channels … Read More
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7y, 9m agoFound 7 years, 9 months ago
Code: A53JQ

* Twin-receiver that lets you watch one Freeview channel and record another
* Pause and rewind Live TV
* Series Link
* 14-day TV planner
* Record 2 channels and watch a further recording
* Includes remote control
* Top Up TV card compatible (not supplied)
* Refurbished with a full 12-month warranty
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#1
I have a tv which has Freeview built in and the aerial works fine with this... how does this work if I want to record on a hard drive? Will I need an additional aerial for the second recordeng channel?? I guess this will use a separate remote but unsure on anything else? Any one offer an advice?
#2
andyat2002
I have a tv which has Freeview built in and the aerial works fine with this... how does this work if I want to record on a hard drive? Will I need an additional aerial for the second recordeng channel?? I guess this will use a separate remote but unsure on anything else? Any one offer an advice?


You only need the one aerial the PVR has 2 tuners built in.It will come with a cable you plug into the RF out on your TV to the PVR.
Its best to plug the aerial lead into the PVR then use the cable supplied to connect to the TVs aerial socket.
#3
This looks like it's a Wharfedale TU160DTR and there seems to be a load of places selling refurbs of it which isn't that good a sign. Add to that I can only see a few reviews for it and all of them report faults. Therefore it's not a product that's going to end up on my wish list, even for £49.99. I'd rather add £100 and get a brand new far superior Humax PVR9300T 320GB with HDMI connectivity.
#4
RedOnRed
This looks like it's a Wharfedale TU160DTR and there seems to be a load of places selling refurbs of it which isn't that good a sign. Add to that I can only see a few reviews for it and all of them report faults. Therefore it's not a product that's going to end up on my wish list, even for £49.99. I'd rather add £100 and get a brand new far superior Humax PVR9300T 320GB with HDMI connectivity.


Not everyone has a flexible budget like you.
#5
Coincidentally enough they've got this on Boffer today for a fiver more but brand new and with a 320GB HDD.

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