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USB Stick TV Tuner ~ ATMT Digistick ~ DVB-T ~ £10.99 + £3.49 P+P @ BigPockets.co.uk

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Got this (not delivered yet) with the USB hub (sold out) pjk posted recently as I haven't been watching TV for a few months. - These USB DVB-T TV Sticks are all fairly the same (same Chinese chips)… Read More
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Got this (not delivered yet) with the USB hub (sold out) pjk posted recently as I haven't been watching TV for a few months.

- These USB DVB-T TV Sticks are all fairly the same (same Chinese chips) and you pay £18 to £40 or more for them

- The aerials with ALL these USB Freeview/Digi-TV Sticks under £50 are basically a joke. Get a top compact aerial if on the move but as you know it will not match your rooftop, so use that at home if poss

- Use a rooftop to scan/set channels at init & read the reviews section if having trouble
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#1
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#2
Do not try this stick if you are using vista .Beware no vista drivers out there for this stick.Works well with the other halfs lappy with xp though!
#3
Review section:

"i cant seem to get this to work eith vista does anyone no where i can get the driver"
*** steve, (teesside)


"Excellent little tuner, for a tenner this is a steal(it was £40 on Amazon when I checked!) To Steve, I got the TV jukebox software to install fine on my Vista Home Basic laptop but had a similar problem with the driver. To get it working I had to install it in XP SP2 compatibility mode direct from the CD (Right click the Setup.exe program in the driver folder > Properties > Compatibility). Once that's installed do the same thing to the tv Jukebox software shortcut, plug in the tuner and it should all work! "
***** Bill, (Leicester)
#4
You don't need this if you have good bradband speed:
http://zattoo.com/
#5
how do I record from zattoo? Want to record cbbeeis for my son
as our video broke?
#6
Brad
You don't need this if you have good bradband speed:
http://zattoo.com/

Brilliant player, use it all the time, miles better than these products which are rubbish imo
#7
I have been using http://tvcatchup.com/

Brilliant range of channels and quality
#8
Brad;4318258
You don't need this if you have good bradband speed:
http://zattoo.com/


While I am not the biggest fan of USB TV sticks, this web site is certainly no substitute whatever your speed!

Where are the channels? eg. Dave. Virgin 1 and a lot more!

USB sticks, no, ALL Freeview reception needs GOOD aerials, not the plug in thing, in most cases, a PCI DVB-T card would be a dearer but better option, preferably with 2 tuners, and video capture too, then it might have a bit more flexibility that you won't get fed up with quickly.

I have a USB Freeview stick which I take with me when caravanning, it plugs into the laptop for more choice in viewing/recording (got Sky for main viewing), but even though mine is branded, I wouldn't be thinking about buying another, and I note that the once HUGE choice of these there used to be, there are a lot fewer to choose from now! Sort of says something!
#9
waqasraja1982;4318585
I have been using http://tvcatchup.com/

Brilliant range of channels and quality


Slightly better, but still nothing like all the channels there!
#10
TV sticks are for use in the house where there is no TV in that room (TVs make the other rooms ugly/cheap IMHO so I confined it to the livinig room but aerial cables can be discrete) or people on the road or at jobs on shift etc. You don't have to bother with linking and waiting/pre-load ads/dropouts/burdening the load at home etc. either not to mention more channels. Any one of which is well worth £11 or £14.50 if not more.

Thanks for zattoo link, the quality is good but very few channels. TVcatchup does not accept my ISP, any way around it?
#11
washere
TV sticks are for use in the house where there is no TV in that room (TVs make the other rooms ugly/cheap IMHO so I confined it to the livinig room but aerial cables can be discrete) or people on the road or at jobs on shift etc. You don't have to bother with linking and waiting/pre-load ads/dropouts/burdening the load at home etc. either not to mention more channels. Any one of which is well worth £11 or £14.50 if not more.

Thanks for zattoo link, the quality is good but very few channels. TVcatchup does not accept my ISP, any way around it?

Sadly not :x I know SKy block it
#12
i was looking at this as have no freeview recorder at the moment and only need it in a peicemeal fashion really to catchup on shows that arent iplayer-ed.

Whats the diff between this one and the cheaper ones from HongKong availabel via ebay?
#13
Brad
Sadly not :x I know SKy block it


sky dont block it it works fine here
sky use easynet isp and tvcatchup works so does zattoo
#14
got my usb stick today
And i cant pick up a single dvt channel with the supplied aerial attached horizontally to metal and I live near the centre of Nottingham
#15
stuartgeary;4358768
got my usb stick today
And i cant pick up a single dvt channel with the supplied aerial attached horizontally to metal and I live near the centre of Nottingham


If you do a search on the web, you will find that is 100% the norm with ALL of them!

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