Bush 320GB Hard Drive Freeview Recorder DTR with Twin Tuner (Amazing Price)

June 24, 2013 - Comment

Never miss your favourite programme again with the Bush 320GB Digital Freeview Recorder. With a huge 320GB capacity for up to 155 hours of recording there is plenty of space for those addictive television series. The Bush 320GB Digital Freeview Recorder is so flexible that you can record 2 channels simultaneously whilst playing back a

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Never miss your favourite programme again with the Bush 320GB Digital Freeview Recorder.

With a huge 320GB capacity for up to 155 hours of recording there is plenty of space for those addictive television series.

The Bush 320GB Digital Freeview Recorder is so flexible that you can record 2 channels simultaneously whilst playing back a previous recording, or watch 2 programmes on 1 screen with the Picture in Picture (PiP) function. You can receive Freeview+ with this twin tuner personal video recorder, with over 30 completely FREE TV channels and over 20 FREE digital radio stations.

There are many features on the Bush 320GB Digital Freeview Recorder that make what to view much easier – you can set it to record in advance using the electronic programme guide (EPG) which is very helpfully implemented.

Product Features

  • Digitally interactive.  Digital text.  RF loop.  Auto setup.
  • Now and next programme guide.  7 day electronic programme guide.
  • Freeview+.  Twin tuner.  320GB hard drive.  155 hours recording time.
  • Record 2 channels at the same time.  Series record.  Pause live TV.

Comments

N. Oliver ""pinky"" says:

A good product, at a good price (udate 16th October). I had to buy a replacement for my TVonics freeview digital recorder – as it crashed! – and I couldn’t find one that I liked at a reasonable price. I found this while searching through – and thought I would give it a go.It is quite large – considering the size of the TVonics one that I absolutely loved and am still grieving for – but there was plenty of room under the TV, so that wasn’t an issue. Very easy to set up – gives you clear instructions on how to connect to your tv, and video recorder as well. Simple on screen instructions on what to do – good for me, as I am not very technically minded! – and within 10 minutes you are up and running! You have a 14 day EPG (electonic programme guide) – but bear in mind to use this facility it does take a full 24 hours to load up. There is the option of topping up your tv, but I have not done this. It said in the hand book that it comes with a top up tv card, mine didn’t. But as I don’t want to use this, that isn’t a…

Bob says:

Bush 320GB Freeview Recorder The low price (circa £69) was because the unit had been a display model. In other words it was not really new. I don’t think that this was made clear in the advetisement on Amazon. Perhaps I should have realised this because of the ‘amazing price’ referred to in the advertisement but I did not. I had been using a digibox on the TV and that worked perfectly but with the Bush recorder the picture constantly broke up. The only way I can obtain a stable picture is by using a signl amplifier. This surprises me because when tuning the unit the signal strength is shown a being high. Even with the amplifier the picture occasionally breaks up for a second. I was expecting a basic model for the price but still feel slightly disappointed with the product.

Roy West "RORY" says:

freeview pvr i purchased this bush pvr which is a very good product,it performs very similar to skyplus ,it has a big capacity hard drive and is simple to setup and use,the company who handled the purchase delivered on time and packaged well,i was a little disapointed in a responce from one of the personnel, i had to query a problem and i found there responce not very accomodating but still a good product and recommended

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