FREEVIEW RECEIVER & RECORDER SET TOP BOX Digital TV Tuner, Media Player, Records onto SD CARD or USB MEMORY, digi box by Digi-fun®

June 23, 2013 - Comment

Digital freeview set top box but much smaller, This Freeview Receiver works in the same way as others but with extra Recording Function for the switchover. You can record a TV Program onto an SD Card or USB Memory Stick via the built in SD Card slot or USB port. This item also works as

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Digital freeview set top box but much smaller,
This Freeview Receiver works in the same way as others but with extra Recording Function for the switchover.

You can record a TV Program onto an SD Card or USB Memory Stick via the built in SD Card slot or USB port.

This item also works as a Media Player, You can play music in MP3 format, view photos or watch certain types of video files from an SD CARD or an USB Memory Stick(Pen Drive).

MAIN FEATURES:
Displays Program Information,
Manual or Automatic Channel Search,
Supports Subtitles,
Parental Lock,
7 Days Timer Recorder Function (EPG),
Favorites List,
Channel Manager (to add, sort or delete channels),
Games,
Multi Language,
Easy to use Menu System,

SPECIFICATIONS:

Model: DVB-T 806—-
Frequency Range: VHF: 174~230MHz; UHF: 470~862MHz—-
MPEG-2 digital & fully DVB-T compliant— (It can’t support MPEG 4 format)—
Automatic PAL/NTSC conversion—
channels for TV and Radio— programmable—
8 different favorite groups selection—
256 colors On Screen Display—
Fully support 7 days Electronic Program Guide (EPG)—
Parental control for channels—
5 event timers— off/Once/Daily/Weekly/Monthly Mode—
Subtitle support DVB EN300743 and EBU-
Teletext function is NOT available,
RED button function is NOT available
Languages(English, French, Portuguese, Spanish, German, Polish, Italian, Czech, Dutch, Greek)—
Support SD/MMC/MS Card and USB2.0 high speed host—
Photo, support JPG/BMP/GIF formats—
MP3 Player, supports OGG/MP3/WMA audio formats—, supports DAT/VOB/MPG/AVI video formats—
TV record to USB2.0 USB Drive—
Record capacity is 1.2GB/hour for MPG format—
The file saved by USB, or SD/MS/MMC—
Weight: 140g—
Dimensions: 126mm(H) x 87mm(W) x 30mm(D)—

PACKAGE CONTENTS:
Digital TV Tuner/Receiver,
Power adapter x 1
Remote controller x 1
infrared receiver(optional)
User manual x 1
Box

Please Note: we do not supply the memory cards.

Product Features

  • FREEVIEW DIGITAL TV RECEIVER and RECORDER SET TOP BOX
  • also MEDIA PLAYER to play your MUSIC, certain types of VIDEO and PHOTOS
  • Records onto SD CARDS and USB MEMORY STICKS, via built in SD Card Slot and USB Port
  • Very Easy to set up and use, Mini Size, Remote Controlled, Compatible with all TVs
  • 1 Year Manufacturer’s Warrany and Returns accepted in 14 days without damage

Comments

mike32514 "mike32514" says:

Very cheap way of recording digital TV I wasn’t expecting a lot from this. It’s only a pound or so more expensive than the cheapest DTV boxes, but claims to offer the extra feature of recording too. I must say I’m pleasantly surprised. It records onto SD card or pen drive, with the 16GB card I’ve put in allowing up to around 13 hours of very high quality playback.It needs a bit of careful setting up to get it recording properly. To record, you have to switch the epg into weekly mode by pressing the green button, then select the programme you want to record by pressing select. This takes you into the Timer sub menu, where for some odd reason the default action is just to wake up the box for the programme you have selected. If you move down the menu to ‘wake-up’ and cycle through til the display shows ‘Recorder’, then press Select, the box shows a message to say it’s been updated. This actually means the recording has been scheduled. Thankfully these settings are then saved, so future recordings are simple…

Mrs. M. Kilvington says:

Great little digital receiver I got these (two of them) as replacements for 2 Digifun scart receivers I had bought for 2 small bedroom and kitchen TVs. They just plugged straight into the scart socket of the TV but sometimes came loose when the TVs were turned backwards and forwards. I have found these replacements great. Yes, a bit of time needed to understand how they work, but not long really. And they work fine. They sit flat on the surface behind the TVs so any TV movement does not affect them. Only real problem I have is recording is a bit hit and miss so if you are buying to do a lot of recording you may get frustrated. However for kitchen and bedroom TV digital receivers they are great little boxes at a great price. Hoever there is no scart lead included so you might like to order one at the same time. I got mine in Amazon for £1.79 (no postage) and they work brilliantly. I would also mention that when I contacted Digifun about my original purchase and the problems I was having they could not have been…

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