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Enjoy your favorite local channels while you play, with the Xbox One Digital TV Tuner. Snap live TV right next to a game while playing. You can even pause and fast forward playback. And with the OneGu… Read More
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Enjoy your favorite local channels while you play, with the Xbox One Digital TV Tuner. Snap live TV right next to a game while playing. You can even pause and fast forward playback. And with the OneGuide, your top channels, gaming and entertainment apps, and movies are right where you want them. Simply connect your digital TV antenna or coaxial outlet, and never miss a moment of the action.

Why watch free-to-air on Xbox One?

TV Playback including snap mode

OneGuide: TV Listings

OneGuide: Favourite channels

Mini-guide overlay for basic channel information

“Live-pause” buffering with trick modes (Pause/RW/FF)

Full command and control with speech, Media Remote, controller or SmartGlass

Channel tuning by speech (“Xbox Watch *Channel* ”)

Full OneGuide on SmartGlass with ability to tune channels on Xbox

TV listings indicate which shows are available on demand from OTT providers
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#1
Good accessory, i have one of these and paid £25 and still think i got a good deal then, works well with one guide, heated :)
1 Like #2
johnwillowlfc
Good accessory, i have one of these and paid £25 and still think i got a good deal then, works well with one guide, heated :)
genuine comment (not trolling :p ) but apart from if you had a really old TV without a digital tuner why would you use an Xbox one to watch TV? don't all TV's have freeview and most I presume with freeview HD. Why would someone switch their Xbox on (with the extra power consumption) just to watch TV?
1 Like #3
paulj48
johnwillowlfc
Good accessory, i have one of these and paid £25 and still think i got a good deal then, works well with one guide, heated :)
genuine comment (not trolling :p ) but apart from if you had a really old TV without a digital tuner why would you use an Xbox one to watch TV? don't all TV's have freeview and most I presume with freeview HD. Why would someone switch their Xbox on (with the extra power consumption) just to watch TV?

Microsoft wanted to take over all your living room media needs
6 Likes #4
paulj48
johnwillowlfc
Good accessory, i have one of these and paid £25 and still think i got a good deal then, works well with one guide, heated :)
genuine comment (not trolling :p ) but apart from if you had a really old TV without a digital tuner why would you use an Xbox one to watch TV? don't all TV's have freeview and most I presume with freeview HD. Why would someone switch their Xbox on (with the extra power consumption) just to watch TV?


This has pause rewind etc features, thats not normally included in built in freeview boxes, it also allows you to watch tv snapped to your game if you wish, I sometimes use it to watch the football whilst playing a game, I know it does not have all the functions of a freeview recorder but for the price it is good value imho
2 Likes #5
paulj48
genuine comment (not trolling :p ) but apart from if you had a really old TV without a digital tuner why would you use an Xbox one to watch TV? don't all TV's have freeview and most I presume with freeview HD. Why would someone switch their Xbox on (with the extra power consumption) just to watch TV?

Well I've got one and think it's a great little thing.

Sure, you can get some stuff through normal TV but with this you can pause/rewind, etc., get HD if you couldn't already, snap TV in to games and get what's actually a really good TV guide/planner through the Xbox.

If you only use Freeview then it is a good purchase.
2 Likes #6
johnwillowlfc
paulj48
johnwillowlfc
Good accessory, i have one of these and paid £25 and still think i got a good deal then, works well with one guide, heated :)
genuine comment (not trolling :p ) but apart from if you had a really old TV without a digital tuner why would you use an Xbox one to watch TV? don't all TV's have freeview and most I presume with freeview HD. Why would someone switch their Xbox on (with the extra power consumption) just to watch TV?
This has pause rewind etc features, thats not normally included in built in freeview boxes, it also allows you to watch tv snapped to your game if you wish, I sometimes use it to watch the football whilst playing a game, I know it does not have all the functions of a freeview recorder but for the price it is good value imho
Not sure I'd want my Xbox's hard drive running all the time as they only have a finite life, can sort of understand the snap usefulness but my TV has picture in picture, after showing the family once the novelty of it wore off.
3 Likes #7
paulj48
johnwillowlfc
paulj48
johnwillowlfc
Good accessory, i have one of these and paid £25 and still think i got a good deal then, works well with one guide, heated :)
genuine comment (not trolling :p ) but apart from if you had a really old TV without a digital tuner why would you use an Xbox one to watch TV? don't all TV's have freeview and most I presume with freeview HD. Why would someone switch their Xbox on (with the extra power consumption) just to watch TV?
This has pause rewind etc features, thats not normally included in built in freeview boxes, it also allows you to watch tv snapped to your game if you wish, I sometimes use it to watch the football whilst playing a game, I know it does not have all the functions of a freeview recorder but for the price it is good value imho
Not sure I'd want my Xbox's hard drive running all the time as they only have a finite life, can sort of understand the snap usefulness but my TV has picture in picture, after showing the family once the novelty of it wore off.


I personally don't think its a novelty i use snap all the time and not just for tv, all hard drives have a finite life, even if you bought a stand alone freeview recorder that has hard drive just like the xbox (maybe a different speed and brand but they all do same thing)
#8
paulj48
johnwillowlfc
paulj48
johnwillowlfc
Good accessory, i have one of these and paid £25 and still think i got a good deal then, works well with one guide, heated :)
genuine comment (not trolling :p ) but apart from if you had a really old TV without a digital tuner why would you use an Xbox one to watch TV? don't all TV's have freeview and most I presume with freeview HD. Why would someone switch their Xbox on (with the extra power consumption) just to watch TV?
This has pause rewind etc features, thats not normally included in built in freeview boxes, it also allows you to watch tv snapped to your game if you wish, I sometimes use it to watch the football whilst playing a game, I know it does not have all the functions of a freeview recorder but for the price it is good value imho
Not sure I'd want my Xbox's hard drive running all the time as they only have a finite life, can sort of understand the snap usefulness but my TV has picture in picture, after showing the family once the novelty of it wore off.

I agree and the point of this item is so you dont turn off the xbox to watch TV
#9
Has this got antenna pass through?
#10
skykid3
paulj48
johnwillowlfc
paulj48
johnwillowlfc
Good accessory, i have one of these and paid £25 and still think i got a good deal then, works well with one guide, heated :)
genuine comment (not trolling :p ) but apart from if you had a really old TV without a digital tuner why would you use an Xbox one to watch TV? don't all TV's have freeview and most I presume with freeview HD. Why would someone switch their Xbox on (with the extra power consumption) just to watch TV?
This has pause rewind etc features, thats not normally included in built in freeview boxes, it also allows you to watch tv snapped to your game if you wish, I sometimes use it to watch the football whilst playing a game, I know it does not have all the functions of a freeview recorder but for the price it is good value imho
Not sure I'd want my Xbox's hard drive running all the time as they only have a finite life, can sort of understand the snap usefulness but my TV has picture in picture, after showing the family once the novelty of it wore off.
I agree and the point of this item is so you dont turn off the xbox to watch TV
Can the FF RW be disabled to save your HDD?
#11
friiza
skykid3
paulj48
johnwillowlfc
paulj48
johnwillowlfc
Good accessory, i have one of these and paid £25 and still think i got a good deal then, works well with one guide, heated :)
genuine comment (not trolling :p ) but apart from if you had a really old TV without a digital tuner why would you use an Xbox one to watch TV? don't all TV's have freeview and most I presume with freeview HD. Why would someone switch their Xbox on (with the extra power consumption) just to watch TV?
This has pause rewind etc features, thats not normally included in built in freeview boxes, it also allows you to watch tv snapped to your game if you wish, I sometimes use it to watch the football whilst playing a game, I know it does not have all the functions of a freeview recorder but for the price it is good value imho
Not sure I'd want my Xbox's hard drive running all the time as they only have a finite life, can sort of understand the snap usefulness but my TV has picture in picture, after showing the family once the novelty of it wore off.
I agree and the point of this item is so you dont turn off the xbox to watch TV
Can the FF RW be disabled to save your HDD?

I believe so,I think you get the option to reserve 4GB of your console’s hard drive space for Live TV pausing, maybe someone using one can correct me if I'm wrong
#12
I don't understand the need of this tuner. I can already watch the TV on my Xbox One because I connected an HDMI cable from the BT box to the console.
So this device will add more functions? A bit useless as I prefer watching TV without the Xbox One anyway...
2 Likes #13
I have one of these and it works very well, even more so if you have Kinect, you just tell it what channel to switch to, though this is a bit more cumbersome now, since you now have to "hey cortana" and then your command, whereas before it was just "xbox" then the command. 2 syllables vs 4 now.

The way we use it, we just walk in to the room, say "hey cortana - xbox on", the xbox/kinect also switches on the TV and AV amp automatically, and the channel is shown full screen on the TV. I am however gutted that they ditched the PVR features that were promised.
2 Likes #14
a_user
I have one of these and it works very well, even more so if you have Kinect, you just tell it what channel to switch to, though this is a bit more cumbersome now, since you now have to "hey cortana" and then your command, whereas before it was just "xbox" then the command. 2 syllables vs 4 now.
The way we use it, we just walk in to the room, say "hey cortana - xbox on", the xbox/kinect also switches on the TV and AV amp automatically, and the channel is shown full screen on the TV. I am however gutted that they ditched the PVR features that were promised.
If you want to revert back to just saying xbox there is a option in settings,
#15
Yome
I don't understand the need of this tuner. I can already watch the TV on my Xbox One because I connected an HDMI cable from the BT box to the console.
So this device will add more functions? A bit useless as I prefer watching TV without the Xbox One anyway...

Me too, but that's the point, Microsoft didn't want you to turn off your Xbox....EVER....dun. dun.dunnnnn
1 Like #16
I never thought I needed one of these but bought it anyway. Thanks op!
#17
Think I'll buy one, quick question from those in the know, does this also work on a Windows PC?

Cheers and heat.

Rich
#18
reddeviluk
Think I'll buy one, quick question from those in the know, does this also work on a Windows PC?
Cheers and heat.
Rich

you use Microsoft's SmartGlass app to work with PC i believe, but if you mean use it solely on a PC, no

Edited By: skykid3 on Oct 07, 2016 14:25
#19
skykid3
reddeviluk
Think I'll buy one, quick question from those in the know, does this also work on a Windows PC?
Cheers and heat.
Rich

you use Microsoft's SmartGlass app to work with PC i believe, but if you mean use it solely on a PC, no


Yeah, I did. I have Kodi running on a dedicated Windows 10 media PC. Would love it to have freeview built in and this would be a perfect, external option.... Oh well, never mind. Many thanks for the answer.

Rich
#20
paulj48
johnwillowlfc
Good accessory, i have one of these and paid £25 and still think i got a good deal then, works well with one guide, heated :)
genuine comment (not trolling :p ) but apart from if you had a really old TV without a digital tuner why would you use an Xbox one to watch TV? don't all TV's have freeview and most I presume with freeview HD. Why would someone switch their Xbox on (with the extra power consumption) just to watch TV?

That's right. When this was introduced, the team announced Xbox DVR capabilities. Now they have officially scrapped this feature. Only things you can do is to use the guide to select channels, and snap your tv aside while playing a game.
#21
Just a quick question, can this be used with a sky dish, as we do not have an aerial??
#22
2 Likes #23
xxxxLucy_Louxxxx
Just a quick question, can this be used with a sky dish, as we do not have an aerial??

No, but you could buy THIS & it would work, depending on signal coverage in your area of course
#24
For reference Microsoft have indefinitely delayed development of DVR functionality for the Digital Tuner and Xbox One.
I have one of these and it works well (useful if your Xbox One is attached to a monitor or projector) apart from the EPG which isn't taken from the Freeview signal but from an online source and some channels newer have the right information.
1 Like #25
beaksdale
For reference Microsoft have indefinitely delayed development of DVR functionality for the Digital Tuner and Xbox One.
I have one of these and it works well (useful if your Xbox One is attached to a monitor or projector) apart from the EPG which isn't taken from the Freeview signal but from an online source and some channels newer have the right information.

There is also more of a lag using this on your Xbox when compared to freeview builtin on a TV
#26
HTFCLUKE
a_user
I have one of these and it works very well, even more so if you have Kinect, you just tell it what channel to switch to, though this is a bit more cumbersome now, since you now have to "hey cortana" and then your command, whereas before it was just "xbox" then the command. 2 syllables vs 4 now.
The way we use it, we just walk in to the room, say "hey cortana - xbox on", the xbox/kinect also switches on the TV and AV amp automatically, and the channel is shown full screen on the TV. I am however gutted that they ditched the PVR features that were promised.
If you want to revert back to just saying xbox there is a option in settings,
Great, I didn't realise you could do that so have now turned back time to "Xbox..." :D
#27
Here's a little tip for Windows 10 users. A week ago, I was going to stream some online tv to my PC. But, on a hunch, I used the Xbox app, turned on the Xbox One remotely, started streaming the Xbox to the app and then started up the TV app on the Xbox. It worked across my network :) And the quality was very good, too!

Very handy and saved me from using the internet for watching tv. Btw, you can do the same thing for streaming to your phone ;)
1 Like #28
skykid3
xxxxLucy_Louxxxx
Just a quick question, can this be used with a sky dish, as we do not have an aerial??

No, but you could buy THIS & it would work, depending on signal coverage in your area of course


I didn't think so, thank you for the info :)
#29
paulj48
johnwillowlfc
Good accessory, i have one of these and paid £25 and still think i got a good deal then, works well with one guide, heated :)
genuine comment (not trolling :p ) but apart from if you had a really old TV without a digital tuner why would you use an Xbox one to watch TV? don't all TV's have freeview and most I presume with freeview HD. Why would someone switch their Xbox on (with the extra power consumption) just to watch TV?
I don't use the snap, cant see the benefit in using a less responsive guide. Just change source.
#30
I tested my one on my little girls Xbox using an Arial from Poundland. Through just the TV there was just awful standard def. However once plugged into the Xbox One, she had the one guide and HD channels, with no picture degradation. Suffice to say she still has it in her room. So may just buy another one at this price and plug it into my sons.
1 Like #31
Ace device can stream all your TV channels from the Xbox to other window Pcs/tablets etc with the Xbox app
#32
paulj48
johnwillowlfc
paulj48
johnwillowlfc
Good accessory, i have one of these and paid £25 and still think i got a good deal then, works well with one guide, heated :)
genuine comment (not trolling :p ) but apart from if you had a really old TV without a digital tuner why would you use an Xbox one to watch TV? don't all TV's have freeview and most I presume with freeview HD. Why would someone switch their Xbox on (with the extra power consumption) just to watch TV?
This has pause rewind etc features, thats not normally included in built in freeview boxes, it also allows you to watch tv snapped to your game if you wish, I sometimes use it to watch the football whilst playing a game, I know it does not have all the functions of a freeview recorder but for the price it is good value imho
Not sure I'd want my Xbox's hard drive running all the time as they only have a finite life, can sort of understand the snap usefulness but my TV has picture in picture, after showing the family once the novelty of it wore off.


"Not sure I'd want my Xbox's hard drive running all the time"

- Hopefully that doesn't mean you watch TV all day?
#33
paulj48
johnwillowlfc
paulj48
johnwillowlfc
Good accessory, i have one of these and paid £25 and still think i got a good deal then, works well with one guide, heated :)
genuine comment (not trolling :p ) but apart from if you had a really old TV without a digital tuner why would you use an Xbox one to watch TV? don't all TV's have freeview and most I presume with freeview HD. Why would someone switch their Xbox on (with the extra power consumption) just to watch TV?
This has pause rewind etc features, thats not normally included in built in freeview boxes, it also allows you to watch tv snapped to your game if you wish, I sometimes use it to watch the football whilst playing a game, I know it does not have all the functions of a freeview recorder but for the price it is good value imho
Not sure I'd want my Xbox's hard drive running all the time as they only have a finite life, can sort of understand the snap usefulness but my TV has picture in picture, after showing the family once the novelty of it wore off.

https://www.backblaze.com/blog/hard-drive-reliability-stats-q1-2016/

Really don't think you have much to worry about having a few hours of recordings each day.
#34
I would of greatly thought that you are playing a game on a television, then that television should have a tuner. What's the point❓
#35
I wonder if one can obtain the pc drivers for this? theywere available for the old ps3 playtv
#36
What's snap, like picture in picture?

A lot of modern tvs have usb with a recording function but never put it to the test
#37
Don't need one, but at this price I still want one... ordered.
#38
Malabus
I would of greatly thought that you are playing a game on a television, then that television should have a tuner. What's the point❓

My TV has a Freeview tuner, but not a Freeview-HD tuner, so by using this I'm able to receive and watch HD broadcasts too. Also, running the aerial to the TV is a bit more difficult in my case, doing it this way means I only have to run a single HDMI cable to my TV (from my Xbox) for everything I want to use the TV for.

Edited By: a_user on Oct 08, 2016 16:09
#39
will this work for when I go back to NZ? Don't really need it here while I am in the UK, but ordered any way.
#40
paulj48
johnwillowlfc
Good accessory, i have one of these and paid £25 and still think i got a good deal then, works well with one guide, heated :)
genuine comment (not trolling :p ) but apart from if you had a really old TV without a digital tuner why would you use an Xbox one to watch TV? don't all TV's have freeview and most I presume with freeview HD. Why would someone switch their Xbox on (with the extra power consumption) just to watch TV?


You're playing on a monitor in halls of residence & don't want or have a tv

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