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Advice on recording freeview...what hardware?

Discussion in 'Freeview & YouView' started by gghghhghghgghgh, May 31, 2005.

  1. gghghhghghgghgh

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    Hello all, my father's video player has packed in, and he is looking for alternative ways of recording from his freeview box (which is very old )
    He is thinking of replacing his freeview box
    Can anyone recomend a Freeview box with hard drive that is competively price and simple to use?
    Cheers
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  2. gghghhghghgghgh

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    Has anyone on the forum got a freeview box with hard drive?
     
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    Hi
    Yes I have two; a Pace Twin (not being made any more) and a Topfield. Would not reccomend the Topfield in this instance; it is the most expensive one and it is probably not the easiest to use. i.e. needs PC usb link for upgrades.
    Have a look here and read through the PVR (personal video recorder) thread above this one. I think you might have got more responses if you had posted on there.
    The chart in the link above only has Twin Tuner models. This means you can record one digital programme and watch another at the same time or with some models record two things at the same time.
    Hope this helps
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