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Marks and Spencer PVR

SimonSays

Active Member
Does anyone know what lies beneath M&S own brand PVR so I can compare it to the leading brands Humax / Topfield.

Thanks,
Simon.
 

Mike-M

Active Member
I've looked on the M&S site. I can't see a PVR with their own brand. The only one I can see is the TVonics one. If it's this one you mean then the link below may help.

http://www.tvonics.com/
 

creddish

Well-known Member

SimonSays

Active Member
Thanks chaps:thumbsup:
Not sure if it's a tvonics clone or not.
Saw it in the Camberley store. It certainly had twin tuners.
Was curious about it as they were no longer selling the Humax, only this own brand model.
Think I'll steer clear, especially at that price!

Simon.
 

Stompa

Active Member
If it is the TVonics single record version without Skip features and unable to Timeslip Live TV whilst recording, I'd say £75 was still to expensive.

It is, I have one, and it's an excellent piece of kit. Mind you, I have no requirement for those particular features.
 

aekostas

Active Member
Thanks chaps:thumbsup:
Not sure if it's a tvonics clone or not.
Saw it in the Camberley store. It certainly had twin tuners.
Was curious about it as they were no longer selling the Humax, only this own brand model.
Think I'll steer clear, especially at that price!

Simon.

The TVonics has twin tuners. But still can't record two channels at the same time. At 199 pounds it's 150 pounds too expensive for my liking. YMMV.
 

nvingo

Distinguished Member
If it is the TVonics single record version without Skip features and unable to Timeslip Live TV whilst recording, I'd say £75 was still to expensive.

Colin

It is, I have one, and it's an excellent piece of kit. Mind you, I have no requirement for those particular features.

:rotfl:
Can you see how I read that ?
"I'd say £75 was still to expensive."
"It is, I have one, and it's an excellent piece of kit.":confused:
 

jason1788

Standard Member
But this not just a PVR... it's lavishly rolled in organic belgian chocolate and served with honey glazed pecan nuts.....
 

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