Bush Freeview HD Set Top Box (Pre-order) 90.94 Homebase
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Bush Freeview HD Set Top Box (Pre-order) 90.94 Homebase

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Found 26th Mar 2010
Next generation Freeview box, capable of receiving Freeview HD. Same price as Argos (see identical deal posted), but 26th / 27th March you can get 15% off anything from Homebase.

Total delivered price £90.94 (code discount15)

Below description is from Homebase's website, though the description may not be that accurate. Reports are that this includes a HDMI cable (unconfirmed), and this box is DVB-T2, not DVB-T (but backwards compatable)

Argos is now taking pre-orders on this Bush set top box.
Guarantee your box by pre-ordering now for home delivery from 31st March.
Add this product to your trolley and enter your delivery details and we will do the rest.
Argos cannot be held responsible for any delay in delivery, if any date slips and new dates will be released.
Check Freeview HD coverage in your area by texting your postcode followed by your house name and number to 80560 or visit freeview.co.uk.

Model number DVB680.
Black.
Digitally interactive.
Digital text.
RF loop.
Digital video broadcasting (DVB).
Subtitles available.
Supports audio description.
Now and next electronic programme guide.
7 day electronic programme guide.
1 SCART socket.
SCART lead not included.
1 HDMI socket.
HDMI lead not included.
Upscales to 1080p.
Ethernet port.
Power consumption in standby 2W.
Power consumption in use 12W.
Remote control requires 2 x AAA batteries (included).
Size (H)4, (W)17, (D)29.5cm.
Weight 0.9kg.

7 Comments

Does this record as well?

Original Poster

No, this isn't a PVR, just a STB

when does freeview HD go live?

lastlaststar;8210793

when does freeview HD go live?



It already has in some places.

Channel 4 HD has started test transmissions now....and I believe launches on 2nd April

How does this compare to the Humax version at nearly double the price, is the Humax that much better?

Thanks

Taz

I wonder how long it will take for feeeview HD boxes to come down from lottery prices to nearer to the £2.87 they probably cost to produce in a chinese primary school?
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