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Thomson DT12300 or alternatives

Discussion in 'Satellite TV, Sky TV & FreeSat' started by NNOMANN, Feb 4, 2005.

  1. NNOMANN

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    Hi.
    Has anyone here got a Thomson DT12300 or know where I can find a review for it? I'm looking for a Top-up-TV box at around the £70 mark and it seems to fit the bill...?

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    NOMAN
     
  2. hornydragon

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    it does fit the bill but i am uteerly unipressed with mine.... guide is slow and appears backwards, channel order is a pain i havent set-up TUTV only had it because it had a blck front panel (should have got a Pace twin while i could and spryed it!!!!!!!) none of the serious STB manufacturers offer TUTV units at the moment.......but i wouldnt buy another DTI2300 and i paid quite a bit less for mine........
     
  3. NNOMANN

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    Thanks for that - sounds like it's worth avoiding then!

    I'm not even sure I want TUTV - but I would like the option. Perhaps I should look at the Sagem ITD64 or Sony VTX-D800 instead?

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    the sony is supposed to be very good also consider the Humax PVR-800T
     

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