Factory Refurb Digihome PVR160 Twin Freeview Tuner With 160GB HD £56.59 @ SVP
Factory Refurb Digihome PVR160 Twin Freeview Tuner With 160GB HD £56.59 @ SVP

Factory Refurb Digihome PVR160 Twin Freeview Tuner With 160GB HD £56.59 @ SVP

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Do you want to record a program on one digital Freeview channel while watching another channel at the same time? This Digihome PVR features twin-tuners so you can watch digital TV and record to the internal 160GB hard drive simultaneously.

Includes TimeShifting function allowing you to pause the live broadcast should nature call, or if the phone rings. A few button presses on the remote control and the program re-starts whenever you are ready.

- Twin Freeview receiver
- 160GB hard disk drive offers up to 72 hours of recording time
- Digitally interactive
- Timeshift
- Digital teletext
- RF loop
- Digital video broadcasting (DVB) subtitles available
- Auto setup and detection of new channels
- 7 day electronic programme guide (EPG)
- Dual SCART interface
- Remote control
- Optical SPDIF audio output

- RF Input
- RF Output
- RS232 data interface
- Optical SPDIF audio
- Stereo audio
- Composite video

Dimensions: 360 x 48 x 280mm
Weight: 2.82kg


'Grade A' Factory Reburbished Stock: What is a refurbished item?
In general terms, refurbished could also be referred to as remarketed, equivalent to new, or remanufactured.

The name 'refurbished' is something of a misnomer. An item being classed as 'refurbished' does not mean it's second hand or used. Typically they are products that have been returned to the manufacturer by customers, for any number of reasons (see below), and then tested at the factory to make sure they're in tip-top shape. Defective or damaged parts will be replaced. Apple, Netgear, D-Link, HP, Gateway, in fact, all of the top manufacturers refurbish items and then resell them at much cheaper prices!

Refurbished products can originate from a variety of sources, including:

Customer returns and cancelled orders ?ully-functional products that leave the manufacturers warehouse and therefore can no longer be sold as new.
Items where the box or casing was damaged in shipment which are returned to the manufacturer.
The item was returned to the manufacturer because of a slight defect. The part that was defective was replaced by the manufacturer, tested and then repackaged just like new.
Demonstration and trial equipment ?roducts have been provided to customers for demonstration purposes.
Factory or reseller overstocks ?tems that are returned by the seller to make room for newer product lines.
Factory loaner equipment ?roducts that have been used for purposes such as trade shows, customer events, or solution centers and have been returned to the manufactuer.
Trade-in programs ?roducts customers have returned to the manufacturer in order to upgrade to new technology.
It is impossible to know the history of each item, but for whatever reason the unit gets labeled as 'factory refurbished' it is inspected and serviced by the manufacturer then tested and repackaged to meet original product specifications.

Why should I buy refurbished equipment?
In short - refurbs save cash!

Why hesitate getting the best value by getting the exact same equipment, with original manufacturers warranty at a much lower price?

If you couldn't previously afford that expensive item you really want, NOW you can with a factory refurb!

- You still get the same performance and warranty
- Refurbished items have a much lower defect rate

The bottom line is, all the benefits of buying a refurbished product are the same as a new one, even the warranty! So, think again, are you shopping smart?


Good deal for a 160Gb especially - hot


Yeah and seeing how Digihome are exactly the same as the Sharp and Onn model with a different facias there pretty good too...I got the sharp from Ebay at this price 3 months ago (R.R.P. is still £160!)
Rubbish guide set up though....they need to sort it! Hot though

Thanks for posting.

This is the same machine as a previous thread: hotukdeals.com/ite…-f/

Have a nice weekend,

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