Premier AV TV-1108V-SD Mini SCART Freeview Receiver with Recording via USB Flash Memory Stick

February 19, 2014 - Comment

* Receive all digital Freeview signals (over 100 TV and Radio channels) * Plug and Play, Self-guiding user-friendly installation * Recording programmes via USB and SD/MMC/MS cards * Supports Favourite lists, Teletext, EPG and Subtitle (UK DTG MHEG5 Certified) * Super-Mini scart shaped device being hinged to a 180 degree and an Infrared (IR) lead

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* Receive all digital Freeview signals (over 100 TV and Radio channels) * Plug and Play, Self-guiding user-friendly installation * Recording programmes via USB and SD/MMC/MS cards * Supports Favourite lists, Teletext, EPG and Subtitle (UK DTG MHEG5 Certified) * Super-Mini scart shaped device being hinged to a 180 degree and an Infrared (IR) lead to interact with a remote * Recording programmes via USB and SD/MMC/MS cards -> * Recording TV programs via a USB Flash Memory stick and Playing Media files on a USB memory stick and SD/MMC/MS cards * Supports Favourite lists, Teletext, EPG and Subtitle (UK DTG MHEG5 Certified) -> * Support Favourite lists, EPG and Subtitle

Product Features

  • Receive all digital Freeview signals (over 100 TV and Radio channels)
  • Plug and Play, Self-guiding user-friendly installation
  • Recording programmes via USB and SD/MMC/MS cards
  • Supports Favourite lists, Teletext, EPG and Subtitle (UK DTG MHEG5 Certified)
  • Super-Mini scart shaped device being hinged to a 180 degree and an Infrared (IR) lead to interact with a remote

Comments

Graham says:

Not recommened 0

mfwuk says:

Poor Signal Reception & the USB feature is practically useless. Beware.. the two 5 star reviews for this really misled me into buying one, i’m sending it back.. I bought it to replace an old Bush freeview box which works fine but of course doesn’t record or play usb stuff.This wouldn’t pick up anything at all without having a signal booster attached, the Bush doesn’t need one & it picks up all channels.The USB lead that one reviewer refers to as if it is something good is in ridiculous, it is about 3 inches long which means you have to fumble around behind your TV to plug something in, trying to connect two plugs which you can’t see & which are really quite fragile and easily damaged.And without this lead you wouldn’t be able to plug any USB device in anyway, so of course it is included, it isn’t a ‘bonus’ item.The ‘comprehensive english instructions’ mentioned by the same reviewer are nothing of the kind, i saw an ‘active aerial’ option in the menu, but there is no mention of this anywhere in the instructions, which by the…

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