Yamada DTV-3000HDD 160GB Hard Drive Recorder With DVB-T Twin Receiver - £69.99 Delivered @ Play - HotUKDeals
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Seems a decent deal to me. Quidco is a miserly 0.5% for Electronics

Do you want to record a program while watching another one at the same time with your DVB-T receiver? With the Yamada DTV-3000HDD Umax launches an all-rounder, which receives digital TV and records on hard disc on top.

With this Twin receiver you can watch a program and record from another at the same time, which is not possible with the usual set-top box -recorder combination. Furthermore you will never miss anything with the Time Shift function -a few keystrokes on the remote control and the program starts whenever you want.
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#1
Sorry - Just realised it is a Yamada, not a Yamaha. Thought it was a good price for a branded / respected name.
Still think it is a good price
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#3
Just would like to vouch for Yamada products. They are (imho) very, very good at DVD stuff.
#4
am still after one with hdmi but i mite wait a bit

thanks for the post

scooter
#5
These don`t work with Virgin Media cable.
#6
tyrano
These don`t work with Virgin Media cable.


Not surprising, since this box is DVB-T (for terrestrial), whilst Virgin Media is DVB-C.
#7
Read the feedback on Play. I agree with the comments people make. I had a Yamada DVD player. Remote control worked to a maximum of 50 cm (2ft) from set. Skipping, out-of-sync audio, problems with no end. Had to through out in the end. Got a cheap player from Aldi which is still working perfect after 4 years.
#8
Yamada brand freeview recorders like this used to have a terrible reputation on digitalspy forums I don't know if it has changed.
These seem to come up a lot on those TV shopping channels but this price is cheaper than their prices.
banned#9
Nice deal :thumbsup:
#10
Sorry, but what's DBV? Can I plug a regular aerial into this and record TV?
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blizeH
Sorry, but what's DBV? Can I plug a regular aerial into this and record TV?


Provided you are in a Freeview reception area and your aerial is compatible with the broadcast frequencies in your area, yes you can.
#12
Its DVB - Digital Video Broadcast, you can add a normal aerial into it if your in a strong signal area, on my Thomson I've got an indoor aerial and it works fine, but then I am about 3 miles from Crystal Palace and can see the mast.
#13
Ah awesome, thanks :D
#14
wibble
Its DVB - Digital Video Broadcast, you can add a normal aerial into it if your in a strong signal area, on my Thomson I've got an indoor aerial and it works fine, but then I am about 3 miles from Crystal Palace and can see the mast.


...so you're not a Palace supporter then?! :-D
#15
Yamada :lol:

I prefer Panashonic and Tosheeba myself ...
#16
cowbutt
Not surprising, since this box is DVB-T (for terrestrial), whilst Virgin Media is DVB-C.


Hi could you recommend one that does record virgin media , thanks
#17
Umax/Yamada ..Cheapo Dvd players that will try to even play toast.. Early players of divx/xvid/mp4 etc and one of the first to allow mp3 to be played from DVD also Unauthored Mpeg.

Never used their freeview boxes though.£70 minus quidco - 5% Rac if still working is maybe worth a punt if you are in a good freeview signal area
#18
Quality make! dont they make motorbike and keyboards as well:p
#19
Good price but save yourself the hassle and stretch to a Humax PVR with HDMI. The reviews speak for themselves & having bought mine about 2 months ago I'll never go back to SKY again!;-)
#20
For what it's worth we bought 3 yamada divx dvd players about 5 or 6 years ago , 2 of them stopped working after about 4 years and the one in my 2 sons' bedroom is still working . Bearing in mind they're still now only 10 and almost 8 and let loose on putting their own discs on for all that time I think they can be very long lasting depending on your luck . I'd still consider buying their stuff and this deffo looks like a good deal but I've got a freeview enabled dvd recorder so don't reallllly need it , goo deal tho !
#21
snoopy18
Hi could you recommend one that does record virgin media , thanks


I've not seen any DVB-C recording appliances out there, and you'd apparently be breaking your Virgin Media T&CS if you connected anything other than your VM box anyway.

You'll need something that can connect to the analogue outputs of your VM box, if it has any. This also means you'll need to leave the VM box tuned to the channel you want to record, of get an appliance that can fake a remote control signal to the VM box to get it to change channel before recording.
#22
Do not buy these Yamanda PVR's they are absolute *****! Sent mine back after a few days. Save yourself a lot of grief and buy a branded one.

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