Sagem DSI86 HD Freesat Receiver £89.99 @ argos (was £119.99)
Sagem DSI86 HD Freesat Receiver £89.99 @ argos (was £119.99)

Sagem DSI86 HD Freesat Receiver £89.99 @ argos (was £119.99)

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* Black.
* Digitally interactive.
* Digital text.
* Digital Video Broadcasting (DVB) subtitles available.
* Supports audio description.
* Auto setup.
* User controlled auto detection of new channels.
* User controlled auto scan for new channels.
* 8 day electronic programme guide.
* 2 SCART sockets.
* No SCART lead.
* 1 HDMI socket.
* HDMI lead included.
* Upscales to 1080i.
* Power consumption in standby 2W.
* Power consumption in use 22W maximum.
* Remote control requires 2 x AAA batteries, (included).
* Size (H)4.1, (W)31, (D)17.5cm.
* Weight 0.7kg.


Nice price looking for a box for the world cup

do any of these freesat boxes operate the Sky magic eye system? (the one where you can change the channel from any room with an eye). I think it opertaes by running a 9V charge along the coax cable.

none that im aware of have a look at keene co uk in the remote section at powermids

Sky magic eye only works on sky boxes as it requires a 9v input which the sky boxes provide, but there are alternatives.

Isn't the Humax Grade A box a better buy? £89.95 + P&P on their direct site.

I'm an absolute noob when it comes to Freesat HD. So was just wondering if anyone could answer some questions;

1 - Does it require an aerial to be fitted? (Dunno where I heard this but may aswell get it cleared up.)

2- What channels do you actually get?

Thanks. :thumbsup:

FreeSat requires a satellite dish feed. FreeView requires an aerial feed.

For FreeSat channel list here: freesat.co.uk/ind…7j0
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