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  1. Andrew 17 July 2007 at 9:06 am #

    I’m still unable to get any of this stuff – almost feel like breaking into my local exchange and doing some loop unbundling myself.

  2. Ian 17 July 2007 at 2:02 pm #

    You can get a reasonable hard disk recorder for freeview for under a hundred now, twin tuner 80GB hd, that kind of thing. Is Sky+ not more on your regular bill as well? Also, do you know that your new place can get cable? Could be a pain.

  3. Rob 17 July 2007 at 6:00 pm #

    @Andrew: That’s what you get for living in the sticks ;)

    @Ian Yeah apparently it can! Although I think I may just go the free view option.. less tie in. Also how long before all the sky only channels realise they can get more viewers on freeview?

  4. Shaun 17 July 2007 at 6:13 pm #

    I’ve been doing a bit of research into the freeview harddrive recorders, there arnt that many on the market. Sony do a DVD recorder with built in 160Gb harddrive and a free view tuner that will do the job, I think it was about £180 though.. DVD recorde.. pointless!

  5. Ian 17 July 2007 at 7:48 pm #

    The only ones I can speak from personal experience for are the digifusion ones. I’ve had one for a while (a 150 iirc, no longer available i think) and it’s been reasonable, but a bit flaky, I had to get a replacement just after I got it, and while the replacement has been OK it did eat a power adaptor (which was replaced with a funky maplins one). The humax ones looked good (picture in picture!), and the thomson ones seemed OK, but the digitalspy forums are probably the place to go for the l33t infoze.

    Two points though: 1) it must have twin tuners, most do, but I’ve seen some that don’t, and not being able to record and watch different things sounds irritating. 2) it might be worth considering one with a DVD recorder, as one of the slightly annoying things about my one is that you can’t really get the recordings off the damn thing. I’d imagine that with a DVD built in you’d be able to archive things off to it, which could well come in handy.

  6. Rob 17 July 2007 at 8:16 pm #

    Getting owned by the two tuners would suck!

    After suffering for a year, thanks to Sagem, all for the sake of about £10 I think I may opt for the Sony one. Buying into the brand, although I may start with a cheap one.

    I’m not sure about the DVD thing, I expect the format is going to be something retarded and the compression about 0. Meaning you will end up with one episode of 24 on a DVD that no one can watch…

  7. Em 18 July 2007 at 10:21 am #

    As long as I can watch Location, Location, Location and the odd period drama, I’m not fussed ;)

  8. Rob 18 July 2007 at 10:28 pm #

    Free View it is ;)

    Question is, Be or Bulldog?

  9. Simon 19 July 2007 at 11:25 pm #

    Bobby… Bobby… Bobby…. Freeview sucks man. You cat go Freeview, surely!!? Dig deeper into those Scottish pockets and get sky! ;)

  10. Rob 20 July 2007 at 2:34 pm #

    Simon… Simon… Simon… Some one needs to fill my pockets first! ;)

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