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AdvantagesOne off payment

DisadvantagesMay need a booster but they are around £7.99

.... Specific ations Hard disk 160gb giving up to 80 hours of recording Tuner and Channel - Twin tuners Connection - Fixed type To Set Up You plug everything in, which is the SCART lead aerial lead etc turn the television on and then the freeview recorder on and it will come up telling you to select your picture size. Having done that it will go into set up and find all the channels...

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published 14/04/2008

Advantagesgood amount of channels

Disadvantagesneed a good aerial

...Freeview is a supplier of Digital TV within the United Kingdom which requires no subscription, and no annual contract History of Freeview Freeview was originally launched on October 2002 at 6am, after it took over the DTT licence to broadcast on the 3 multiplexes which were from the defunct ITV digital service, and ONdigital. As part of a survey, undertaken in 2007, it was revealed that...

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AdvantagesJust one up-front cost. No subs. Extra channels. Proper widescreen output

DisadvantagesNeeds a good aerial. A limited list of subscription channels muddies the waters somewhat. price, facilities and quality. You can pay anywhere between £15 in Tescos up to £300 for a twin-tuner hard-disk recorder. This approach gets you the latest firmware upgrades over the air. One example of a desirable upgrade is the firmware for the Electronic Programme Guide (EPG). This started life limited on Freeview as the 'What's On Now & What's On Next' facility, which for programming...

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