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Xbox One Digital TV Tuner - £6.75 - Base

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Went to post this at £7.99 (cheapest around), clicked through and it's £6.75...happy days. I'm sure it was £8.85 last night. Enjoy your favorite local channels while you play, with the Xbox One… Read More
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5m, 6d agoFound 5 months, 6 days ago
Went to post this at £7.99 (cheapest around), clicked through and it's £6.75...happy days. I'm sure it was £8.85 last night.

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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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I do not need this at all, I have a HDMI 1in2out and feed my sky into the XBOX, and my aerial barely gets a signal but something keeps making me want to buy it?

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#1
Silly cheap - heated :)
Are MS ever planning to implement PVR for this?
#2
oh my goodness, i've had to buy
#3
Thanks OP. Great price. Will be glad to get rid of my old Freesat HD box.
#4
BubaMan
Silly cheap - heated :)
Are MS ever planning to implement PVR for this?

I'm sure I heard development on it was ceased.
#5
I thought you could add one of these and a external hard drive to record programs? sure I saw something online a couple of days ago...

Edited By: FTCom on Jan 19, 2017 11:44
1 Like #6
drnkbeer
BubaMan
Silly cheap - heated :)
Are MS ever planning to implement PVR for this?
I'm sure I heard development on it was ceased.
That's a shame - a major trick missed :(
I know support for it wasn't much better but the PS3's PlayTV allowed scheduled recordings - why not this?
#7
Hey what do I need as my normal satellite cable won't fit into that thing?
#8
JoeBloggs112
Hey what do I need as my normal satellite cable won't fit into that thing?
it's not for satellite it's only for terrestrial aeriels
#9
drnkbeer
BubaMan
Silly cheap - heated :)
Are MS ever planning to implement PVR for this?
I'm sure I heard development on it was ceased.
Correct, they learnt the hard way that people want a console for gaming.
Kinect, and all these extras are now not in any development cycle.
1 Like #10
Cheap for the odd person who may want one for picture in picture or who wants TV on a monitor but most people would be better off just using the tuner built into the TV the Xbox is actually connected to.
1 Like #11
No brainer at this price, the ability to pause and rewind freeview is surely worth this if over buying a separate set top box?
1 Like #12
paulj48
Cheap for the odd person who may want one for picture in picture or who wants TV on a monitor but most people would be better off just using the tuner built into the TV the Xbox is actually connected to.

Would be okay for someone who uses a projector for big screen gaming, could switch over to TV or have pic in pic. PVR would have made it a no brainer, shame :(.
5 Likes #13
I do not need this at all, I have a HDMI 1in2out and feed my sky into the XBOX, and my aerial barely gets a signal but something keeps making me want to buy it?
#14
professor yaffle
paulj48
Cheap for the odd person who may want one for picture in picture or who wants TV on a monitor but most people would be better off just using the tuner built into the TV the Xbox is actually connected to.
Would be okay for someone who uses a projector for big screen gaming, could switch over to TV or have pic in pic. PVR would have made it a no brainer, shame :(.
So again a bit of a niche market, probably why the development for these has stopped and they're trying to flog them off for peanuts.
1 Like #15
JoeBloggs112
joshtbh
JoeBloggs112
Hey what do I need as my normal satellite cable won't fit into that thing?
it's not for satellite it's only for terrestrial aeriels
oh I thought a convertor would work.. wow ppl even use terrestrial aerials these days!
yea of course, loads of people still use terrestrial. I can't get a satellite and wouldn't want to pay Sly a bean.
#16
Should of been included in the box from day one
#17
I'm tempted to get one of these. We have a smart TV which is okay but the guides and menus are pretty slow.

A quick guide, pause and rewind and voice control could be pretty useful.
1 Like #18
Thanks OP, Ordered.
#19
tonik
I'm tempted to get one of these. We have a smart TV which is okay but the guides and menus are pretty slow.
A quick guide, pause and rewind and voice control could be pretty useful.
it could be useful but you'd have to split the aerial signal to feed the extra unit and then have the Xbox one powered on (with possible extra fan noise) and use the Xbox controller to change channels etc. maybe ok for a bedroom but certainly would'nt want to use it that way on a main TV.


Edited By: paulj48 on Jan 19, 2017 14:53
#20
Would have one but with the xbox one S only having two rear USB's and one being used by the Kinect adaptor and the other by my external hard drive don't really fancy this hanging out the front
#21
kill_bill
Would have one but with the xbox one S only having two rear USB's and one being used by the Kinect adaptor and the other by my external hard drive don't really fancy this hanging out the front
damn only just thought about that and i've ordered it oO



Edited By: joshtbh on Jan 19, 2017 15:06
1 Like #22
morty
Should of been included in the box from day one
Should have
1 Like #23
kill_bill
Would have one but with the xbox one S only having two rear USB's and one being used by the Kinect adaptor and the other by my external hard drive don't really fancy this hanging out the front

Just use a hub
1 Like #24
Free with a box of Shreddies at this rate!
#25
so it doesn't record ?
#26
croz123
so it doesn't record ?
yes
#27
Chiptivo
kill_bill
Would have one but with the xbox one S only having two rear USB's and one being used by the Kinect adaptor and the other by my external hard drive don't really fancy this hanging out the front
Just use a hub

Xbox wont see everything on the hub
#28
joshtbh
JoeBloggs112
Hey what do I need as my normal satellite cable won't fit into that thing?
it's not for satellite it's only for terrestrial aeriels


You don't need this thing to watching satellite on your xbox one. Just connect your TV box with your xbox by hdmi cable. Connect to hdmi in.
#29
Can this be used on Windows?
#30
Been googling this, does not seem to be any working linux drivers, shame, would be perfect and cheap for use with a linux receiver supporting Openvix/PLi/ATV etc.
#31
Chiptivo
drnkbeer
BubaMan
Silly cheap - heated :)
Are MS ever planning to implement PVR for this?
I'm sure I heard development on it was ceased.
Correct, they learnt the hard way that people want a console for gaming.
Tell that to all who are still whining over the lack of 4K Blu-ray movie playback on PS4 Pro!
#32
BestHotDeals
Chiptivo
drnkbeer
BubaMan
Silly cheap - heated :)
Are MS ever planning to implement PVR for this?
I'm sure I heard development on it was ceased.
Correct, they learnt the hard way that people want a console for gaming.
Tell that to all who are still whining over the lack of 4K Blu-ray movie playback on PS4 Pro!

Most PS4 people I know are slowly converting to the Xbox 1 s?

Maybe that's the reason.
#33
bought one of these around xmas time after hearing that the new dashboard will better integrate the use of multiple apps and allow you to stretch the size of the windows. at the moment using the TV app whilst playing a game is a horrible experience due to only being able to snap the TV aspect to a tiny size
#34
Expired :(
#35
Coming up as £9.99 now
#36
I took a punt and was pleasantly surprised. I like that it shows programmes currently trending without having to go to TV so I get to see programmes that I would have missed, and also the one guide layout. Shame that it doesn't incorporate Netflix and Amazon that I heard was happening - unless somebody can tell me how to add them :D
#37
Ordered... £6.75 Inc postage! Heat added oO
#38
Tenner now
#39
whats the point. just watch channels through the apps
#40
Anyone ever find pc driver's for this?

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