Labgear LABFV300 Freeview Set-Top Box

June 23, 2013 - Comment

Labgear was founded in Cambridge, England, over 60 years ago and its expertise is in developing and producing high quality aerial and satellite reception equipment. Labgear has an enviable reputation for innovation, quality, reliability and excellent customer service. Labgear makes products that, quite simply, enable the best possile sound and vision to be delivered to

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Labgear was founded in Cambridge, England, over 60 years ago and its expertise is in developing and producing high quality aerial and satellite reception equipment. Labgear has an enviable reputation for innovation, quality, reliability and excellent customer service.

Labgear makes products that, quite simply, enable the best possile sound and vision to be delivered to and from TVs and AV system.

Labgear are constantly innovating and developing new aerial and signal distribution products.

Receive Freeview digital channels on any TV. Fast and easy set up. Connects to UHF wideband aerial. 7 day EPG. Full MHEG-5 interactive support. Automatic and manual channel scan. Fast channel search. Last channel remembered after power down. Easy to usse graphical user interface. Selectable screen aspect ratio (4:3 and 16:9). Twin scart sockets. Scart lead included. RF loop through.

Product Features

  • TWIN SCART DIGITAL FREEVIEW BOX

Comments

Whig says:

Labgear FV300 Bought this for a relative who wanted an easy to use freeview receiver. Tried it out on my TV first. Plugs directly into a free mains socket and does not use a mains adaptor like some others. The unit is in a metal topped case with ventilation slots. I ran it for several hours & it got just slightly warm & when I switched it into standby using the remote it stayed completely cold. One scart lead included in the box with the remote & instructions.After connecting the mains & scart I powered on the unit. The on-off switch on the front feels quite positive. My TV showed a blue start up screen and asked me to press OK on the remote to start scanning for channels. A progress bar is shown on the screen & the scan completed in about 3 minutes. Teletext / red button was faster loading than my Sky box but the EPG took a few moments to update itself. The setup menu was easy & straightforward.Picture quality was good on freeview but there was a little picture break up for…

Mr. Robert J. Longhurst says:

Simples! So very simple to install and easy to operate. The menu system is logical and very user friendly.All in all an excellent “box” of tricks.

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