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Xbox One Digital TV Tuner (New-Unboxed) £7.95 Delivered @ TGC via eBay

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Back in stock again if you've missed from my last deal! PLEASE NOTE - THESE ARE BRAND NEW AND UNUSED BUT DO NOT INCLUDE THE PACKAGING. MANUAL INCLUDED. Enjoy your favorite local channels whi… Read More
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7m, 2d agoFound 7 months, 2 days ago
Back in stock again if you've missed from my last deal!

PLEASE NOTE - THESE ARE BRAND NEW AND UNUSED BUT DO NOT INCLUDE THE PACKAGING. MANUAL INCLUDED.

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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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banned 2 Likes #1
Can it be used on a PC?
1 Like #2
Spasho
Can it be used on a PC?

Nope, which is a massive shame, wouldn't be surprised if Microsoft had an agreement with Hauppauge (etc) to not create any drivers as it would have killed the regular PC tuner pricing.
1 Like #3
Thanks for the post,bought, going to try it out.
#4
can this do itv HD Ect or just the standard definition
banned 1 Like #5
Jameseh
Spasho
Can it be used on a PC?
Nope, which is a massive shame, wouldn't be surprised if Microsoft had an agreement with Hauppauge (etc) to not create any drivers as it would have killed the regular PC tuner pricing.
Bummer. :( Thanks.
#6
cookie2015
can this do itv HD Ect or just the standard definition

It can receive the HD channels
#7
Does this need to plug into a TV aerial? Haven't got one in my room so ideal if it's just standalone?
#8
cookie2015
can this do itv HD Ect or just the standard definition

Definitely HD as well. Good quality but really needs the remote as fumbling around the UI with the controller can become tedious.
#9
kadooosh
Does this need to plug into a TV aerial? Haven't got one in my room so ideal if it's just standalone?
Needs aerial to work, but works fine for me with a portable one. Depends on your areas reception though to if you need a roof one.
#10
tehwabbit
kadooosh
Does this need to plug into a TV aerial? Haven't got one in my room so ideal if it's just standalone?
Needs aerial to work, but works fine for me with a portable one. Depends on your areas reception though to if you need a roof one.


no use for me than :(
#11
no use for me than
#12
use for me ;-)
#13
Can't see the point, I have freesat (this doesn't work with freesat) that is also a PVR. My TV also has freeview built in with an epg already. This would need an additional splitter just so i could watch TV on my actual set without having to unplug the aerial everytime I want to watch it through the Xbox!

Seems a bit of a faff! The only benefit send to be watching TV without having to press the AV source button on my remote... Woo!

Will probably get on at some point anyway because reasons :D
#14
It adds a HD freeview tuner to your Microsoft of iOS based devices that can run smartglass on your home network.
1 Like #15
kadooosh
Does this need to plug into a TV aerial? Haven't got one in my room so ideal if it's just standalone?

If you need tv over the internet then a £9.99 NowTV box sideloaded with TvPlayer solves the no aerial problem

http://blog.artesea.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/tvplayer-channels-300x169.jpg


Old TVPlayer info page

New Info page
#16
Godspeed
kadooosh
Does this need to plug into a TV aerial? Haven't got one in my room so ideal if it's just standalone?

If you need tv over the internet then a £9.99 NowTV box sideloaded with TvPlayer solves the no aerial problem

http://blog.artesea.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/tvplayer-channels-300x169.jpg


Old TVPlayer info page

New Info page




how do you connect this to the Xbox tv tuner? I thought the now tv boxes only had a HDMI out not a coaxial out.
#17
lanky78
Godspeed
kadooosh
Does this need to plug into a TV aerial? Haven't got one in my room so ideal if it's just standalone?
If you need tv over the internet then a £9.99 NowTV box sideloaded with TvPlayer solves the no aerial problemhttp://blog.artesea.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/tvplayer-channels-300x169.jpgOld TVPlayer info pageNew Info page
how do you connect this to the Xbox tv tuner? I thought the now tv boxes only had a HDMI out not a coaxial out.

Sorry I didn't make myself that clear! I was just suggesting a totally stand alone option not associated with this xbox one tuner. For anyone needing IPTV the NowTV box with its catchup tv apps (some with live streaming) plus the sideloaded TVPlayer app is a very good and cheap solution when you do not have an aerial available.

Edit: You could take the HDMI out of the NowTV box and feed it into an Xbox One on reflection :)

Edited By: Godspeed on Nov 21, 2016 19:34
#18
Oh that makes sense. I set up a now tv box for my mum in her spare room for the same reason (no aerial). Still not selling me on the Xbox tuner! My TV already does freeview hd and on demand... :|
#19
can this be used with any other system than Xbox One?
eg. Ubuntu, Raspberry Pi, Synology?
1 Like #20
kowalski
can this be used with any other system than Xbox One?
eg. Ubuntu, Raspberry Pi, Synology?

I don't think there are any non XB1 drivers.
#21
lanky78
Can't see the point, I have freesat (this doesn't work with freesat) that is also a PVR. My TV also has freeview built in with an epg already. This would need an additional splitter just so i could watch TV on my actual set without having to unplug the aerial everytime I want to watch it through the Xbox!
Seems a bit of a faff! The only benefit send to be watching TV without having to press the AV source button on my remote... Woo!
Will probably get on at some point anyway because reasons :D

Have you ever thought most people don't have Freesat or PVR though? Maybe. You can pick up a splitter for pennies as well, but why bother when an Xbox One is a hub for everything, it's no different to having a Youview or Freesat box running really.
#22
I found it was not as strong as my panasonics tuner, much more dropping out. Probably need a strong signal.
1 Like #23
kowalski
can this be used with any other system than Xbox One?
eg. Ubuntu, Raspberry Pi, Synology?

Early days but there is work going on for Linux
1 Like #24
reckoning
lanky78
Can't see the point, I have freesat (this doesn't work with freesat) that is also a PVR. My TV also has freeview built in with an epg already. This would need an additional splitter just so i could watch TV on my actual set without having to unplug the aerial everytime I want to watch it through the Xbox!
Seems a bit of a faff! The only benefit send to be watching TV without having to press the AV source button on my remote... Woo!
Will probably get on at some point anyway because reasons :D

Have you ever thought most people don't have Freesat or PVR though? Maybe. You can pick up a splitter for pennies as well, but why bother when an Xbox One is a hub for everything, it's no different to having a Youview or Freesat box running really.


what tv in the last 5 years doesn't have freeview?
#25
I saw a conversation on here recently about how the Xbox tv tuner used DVB-c and it will receive freeview channels from a virgin media line. I can not seem to find the conversation now and I can not get mine working on a virgin line at all. Anyone know anything about it?
1 Like #26
Godspeed
kadooosh
Does this need to plug into a TV aerial? Haven't got one in my room so ideal if it's just standalone?

If you need tv over the internet then a £9.99 NowTV box sideloaded with TvPlayer solves the no aerial problem

http://blog.artesea.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/tvplayer-channels-300x169.jpg


Old TVPlayer info page

New Info page




Flipping heck, I remember looking into this when I first got my now TV and again when I upgraded to roku 3 and couldn't find anything which would stream live TV over tinterweb. I've got 3 boxes being used as Plex-casts, time to upgrade! Thanks Godspeed! Now I just need to remember the side load button sequence...

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