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Digifusion 160gb freeview recorder PVR £61 delivered
Digifusion 160gb freeview recorder PVR £61 delivered

Digifusion 160gb freeview recorder PVR £61 delivered

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Digifusion 160GB PVR with Freeview FVRT90 This is a refurbished product.
Features * Access to over 30 TV and interactive channels, as well as over 20 radio stations with FREEVIEW
* Store over 40 hours of programming on the 160GB internal hard disk drive
* Pause and rewind live TV for up to 30 minutes
* Instant record from on-screen Programme Guide
* Playback recording while recording another. Selectable daily and weekly programming guide
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Coaxial Cable
Remote Control and Batteries
Digifusion 160GB

Specifications * 160Gb hard drive.
* Up to 80 hours of recording time.
* Digitally interactive.
* Digital text.
* RF loop.
* Digital Video Broadcasting (DVB) subtitles available.
* Auto setup.
* Scans for new channels.
* Full access to all Freeview channels.
* 8 day electronic programme guide (EPG).
* 2 SCART sockets
* Optical Output (SPDIF)
* Remote control requires requires 2 x AAA batteries (supplied).
* Size (H)6.5, (W)25, (D)36cm.
* Weight 2.56kg

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Sin_of_nature;1636913

Have not added postage. Need to add £6



Cheers mate:thumbsup:

Still voted hot by the way. £61 for a 160Gb freeview unit is stunning :-D

I think that these are only single tuner, so you can only record one thing at a time (and not watch another live program - although you can watch a previous recording). If this is not an issue for you, then I think it's supposed to be a fairly reliable box.

Personally I'd only consider a true twin tuner which will allow 2 simultaneous recordings whilst watching a previous recording. This is what our old Digifusion does, and we do need the ability to record 2 channels at once quite often when programmes overlap.

Anybody looking at buy a pvr should check out the forums over at Digitalspy.

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Mike73;1636983

I think that these are only single tuner, so you can only record one … I think that these are only single tuner, so you can only record one thing at a time (and not watch another live program - although you can watch a previous recording). If this is not an issue for you, then I think it's supposed to be a fairly reliable box.Personally I'd only consider a true twin tuner which will allow 2 simultaneous recordings whilst watching a previous recording. This is what our old Digifusion does, and we do need the ability to record 2 channels at once quite often when programmes overlap.Anybody looking at buy a pvr should check out the forums over at Digitalspy.



some can be updated ota or with a cable to enable twin tuner etc, a quick search on google may reveal.:thumbsup:

kramvic;1637109

some can be updated ota or with a cable to enable twin tuner etc, a quick … some can be updated ota or with a cable to enable twin tuner etc, a quick search on google may reveal.:thumbsup:



99% sure that this one cannot be upgraded. This box was originally designed by Access Devices, who I think have now been bought by somebody else (Step One perhaps?). There are some single tuners out there that are upgradable, but like I say I really don't think this is one of them. Also, apparantly the original software had it's problems although an ota software update was a big improvment. If this comes with the new software it may be ok, but there is no guarantee that if you get the older software it would be updated in the future.

If you still like the sound of this box, but don't feel that you need the 160GB hard disk, the 80GB version is available from ]Richer Sounds (instore - so 'phone first) for £39.95.

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Mike73;1638389

99% sure that this one cannot be upgraded. This box was originally … 99% sure that this one cannot be upgraded. This box was originally designed by Access Devices, who I think have now been bought by somebody else (Step One perhaps?). There are some single tuners out there that are upgradable, but like I say I really don't think this is one of them. Also, apparantly the original software had it's problems although an ota software update was a big improvment. If this comes with the new software it may be ok, but there is no guarantee that if you get the older software it would be updated in the future.If you still like the sound of this box, but don't feel that you need the 160GB hard disk, the 80GB version is available from ]Richer Sounds (instore - so 'phone first) for £39.95.



That's a good price from richer sounds, looked on there the other day but they were all a lot dearer.
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