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AdvantagesFeatures,Build quality,Extra Features

DisadvantagesNone yet

...Introduction- With the digital switchover in full swing Personal Video Recorders(PVR) with built in freeview tuners are sure to become a must in most households.The Topview is packaged with two tuners to allow you to record one channel while you watch another.With some nifty little features it is sure to be a viable alternative to Sky+ without the added expense of a monthly subscription...

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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.

...of a telly? My own initial solution was to have an IDTV for watching and a set-top box for recording. Not the most elegant solution, I grant you, but as the French say, "c'est brutal mais ça marche". The Rolls-Royce solution is to buy a twin-tuner PVR, like the Humax 9200T or the Topfield 5800/5810. These not only have two tuners, but a PC-style hard drive to record to. Now that "Freeview Playback...

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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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