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Sumvision DVB-T3420 Freeview USB TV Stick - £9.99 (£12.09 delivered) @ SVP !
Sumvision DVB-T3420 Freeview USB TV Stick - £9.99 (£12.09 delivered) @ SVP !

Sumvision DVB-T3420 Freeview USB TV Stick - £9.99 (£12.09 delivered) @ SVP !

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You should be able to use the attached HUKD exclusive discount to bring down the price wee bit.

Turn your computer or laptop into a digital TV and radio receiver with this USB stick. Supports Time Shifting and HDTV enabling sharper picture and greater audio quality. Watch digital TV or listen to digital radio on your PC or laptop anywhere, anytime.

Features:
- Real-time digital video recording
- Timeshifting - allowing you to watch and record programs at the same time, and playback any part of the program you have missed
- USB2.0 high speed interface designed for HDTV, offering sufficient speed for HDTV broadcasts
- Digital terrestrial TV and radio program player
- Automatic channel search and favourite channel creation.
- Scheduled recording
- EPG (Electronic Program Guide)
- Powered through the USB port so no additional power supply required.

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register as a HUKD member with then to get a reduced price on items plus you can still use quidco too

I need it to work on a Mac, will it? if not any ideas where to go for one.

umanga;2705090

register as a HUKD member with then to get a reduced price on items plus … register as a HUKD member with then to get a reduced price on items plus you can still use quidco too



Where do you do that? I can't see it in my account details.

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wseed;2705237

Where do you do that? I can't see it in my account details.



Think link should help

hotukdeals.com/ite…r-/

edi;2705248

Think link should help … Think link should help :)http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/21065/exclusive-hotukdeals-partner-offer-/



beat me to it!

it says up to 24 hours but mine was updated within 10 mins! Not huge discounts but better than nothing Quidco % is total including delivery I think.

Thanks edi and umanga, I guess I should have used that search button.

Bifflexia;2705230

I need it to work on a Mac, will it? if not any ideas where to go for one.



I'm 99% certain that there is no OS X driver or software for this. If you can obtain Elgato's excellent EyeTV software then any of the compatible peripherals listed here:

elgato.com/elg…tml

will work. Several of these are just rebadged versions of each other anyway (Hauppauge & Elgato for instance) so you may well find a decent deal but it's the software that really matters and unless you can get that cheaply you may as well just spring for a device that has it bundled.

you will need to plug your external digital ariel into this as the litlle thing provided is pretty feeble.

Does this use a normal aerial socket, as I already have a digital aerial with a normal size aerial plug, so just want to know if it fits this.

Thanks

Is this piece of kit any good? Has anyone got one/using one?

Good price, joined SVP as HUKD member, will look to see discount price tomorrow. i have a i similar one fro 3 yrs ago ran off a main aerial and it's good (although never managed to burn to DVD) might replace with this.
Thanks

is it vista compatable?

What a good find and a good price. Heat added :-) xx

Out of stock.

This item is useless unless you have a very good external aerial to plug into.

hi, i am looking for a lead but i do not know the name of it...i was wondering if anyone may know what it is called....the lead is for watching something from one tv to another. for example i have sky downstairs and if i wanted to watch that upstairs. what is that equipment called please anyone??

Now showing out of stock but similar model for £12.70 delivered (inc discount) still available.

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aj12345;2715753

hi, i am looking for a lead but i do not know the name of it...i was … hi, i am looking for a lead but i do not know the name of it...i was wondering if anyone may know what it is called....the lead is for watching something from one tv to another. for example i have sky downstairs and if i wanted to watch that upstairs. what is that equipment called please anyone??



you can use the normal coaxial cable.

mykaloen;2715813

you can use the normal coaxial cable.



sorry, you will find the cable & connectors at B&Q

i have this setup and it works perfectly...obviously you would have to watch upstairs what's on sky down, although my wife can still watch the freeview channels downstairs .

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aj12345;2715753

hi, i am looking for a lead but i do not know the name of it...i was … hi, i am looking for a lead but i do not know the name of it...i was wondering if anyone may know what it is called....the lead is for watching something from one tv to another. for example i have sky downstairs and if i wanted to watch that upstairs. what is that equipment called please anyone??


Have you considered a video sender? way more expensive than buying coax cable but they are quite good and have multiple inputs etc so you can watch different things on different TVs? They cost upwards of 20 quid

Ah, if only it worked under Linux. How cool would this be on my lil' eee PC?!?!

thanks for all the info guys, the only thing i have seen is this a sky TV Link at argos for £14.99 argos.co.uk/sta…htm

mykaloen;2715813

you can use the normal coaxial cable.



[COLOR="Green"]POUNDLAND[/COLOR] sell a big roll of coaxial cable with connectors for.....a pound, funnily enough (seen it in Glasgow union St store)

how does this product compare to the new PLAY TV coming out for ps3 soon. i know that play tv will be more expensive but if i wanted to watch the tv on my hd tv play tv would be easier as my laptop hasn't got hdmi. any help would be appreciated. thanks. or maybe would there be any way of using this on my ps3?

Can't pick up freeview from my room, that sucks.

mykaloen;2715854

sorry, you will find the cable & connectors at B&Qi have this setup and … sorry, you will find the cable & connectors at B&Qi have this setup and it works perfectly...obviously you would have to watch upstairs what's on sky down, although my wife can still watch the freeview channels downstairs .


I would be interested to know how you achieve this with a digital TV tuner as Sky boxes only output an analogue TV signal.

aj12345;2716399

thanks for all the info guys, the only thing i have seen is this a sky TV … thanks for all the info guys, the only thing i have seen is this a sky TV Link at argos for £14.99 http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/5343250/Trail/searchtext%3ETV+LINK.htm


That's all you need, it's what I use for the loft tv.

Hootbleet;2718366

That's all you need, it's what I use for the loft tv.



is it any gd...wud u recommend it?

aj12345;2715753

hi, i am looking for a lead but i do not know the name of it...i was … hi, i am looking for a lead but i do not know the name of it...i was wondering if anyone may know what it is called....the lead is for watching something from one tv to another. for example i have sky downstairs and if i wanted to watch that upstairs. what is that equipment called please anyone??



Magic eye is what you want!

if you're buying this and also looking for a usb stick, theres a 1GB ]here for £3

lol magic eye...care to elaborate with more info or link or both?

aj12345;2720294

lol magic eye...care to elaborate with more info or link or both?



This is what you need AJ ]http//ww…asp

Liverpool_Bear;2715596

Out of stock.



Back in Stock now.

HUKD Discount worked for me. £11.89 delivered (didn't try quidco)

marktq1;2710526

is it vista compatable?



Yes, they confirmed by e-mail that it is Vista compatible so for that price I've got one.

Like most of these tuners, it'll probably be sh!te without an external aerial unless you are sitting on top of the transmitter tower. Google around for different software and perhaps try (at your own risk!) other manufacturers drivers which may also help performance. (see Ffooky's post 8 above).
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