looking for PVR with twin tuner and HDMI

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  1. babybearbarker

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    Any good ones around - obviously want freeview (at the very least) and not sure whether to go with BT vision for a while - does it have a twin tuner?

    Humax seems to be getting the thumbs up a lot but can't seem to find one with HDMI output.

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    That is because there hasn't been one launched.....yet.
    The new Topfield will have HDMI and the Wharfedale 2500DTRHDMI from Argos also has the HDMI connection and twin tuners.

    TG:D
     
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    Is the thinking that the new Topfield will have a hard drive and if so will it probably be 160GB or larger.
     
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    Yes, it'll have a hard drive. And it'll be larger than any other Freeview PVR - probably 500Gb.

    160Gb is the bottom of the range for the Toppy these days, and most places only stock the 250Gb version, which first appeared back in November 2005.
     

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