SCART FREEVIEW, DIGITAL TV RECEIVER RECORDER TUNER SET TOP BOX, USB MEMORY RECORDER, SD CARD READER, HINGED for LCD TVs by Digi-fun®

June 23, 2013 - Comment

Scart Freeview Receiver works in the same way as a digital freeview set top box but much smaller and discrete and comes with Recording Feature(instant or timer/EPG), it receives all the freeview digital channels(up to 70 channels) The device is hinged, to allow it to fit in confined spaces behind your TV it has got

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Scart Freeview Receiver works in the same way as a digital freeview set top box but much smaller and discrete and comes with Recording Feature(instant or timer/EPG),
it receives all the freeview digital channels(up to 70 channels)

The device is hinged, to allow it to fit in confined spaces behind your TV

it has got Recording Function, you can record a TV Program onto an external USB Memory Stick or SD CARD via the built in USB port or Sd Card Slot. (Please note: Most similar items sold online have SD CARD Slot for Reading only, without Recording ability…check before buying.)

This item works also 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 external USB Drive.

Product Features

  • FREEVIEW TUNER – Recieves/Plays up to 70 Digital TV channels
  • RECORDINGS onto SD CARDS or USB Sticks directly and Playback
  • Compatible With ALL TV’S with A SCART INPUT, Solution 4 SWITCHOVER
  • SAVES YOU THE SPACE TO PUT ANOTHER BOX UNDER THE TV
  • TIMER RECORDING(EPG) Function to Record in Advance and Playback

Comments

Martin Belcher says:

Very simple to use – works like a treat! We needed a freeview box for the TV in the kitchen before the switchover next year, I did’nt want a big freeview box on top of the TV with all the wires, so decided on a scart freeview receiver. I found this one and encouraged by the good feedback I ordered it.I am very impressed so far, we have been using it for almost two weeks now and the picture and sound are very good, its so easy to set up, you just plug it into an available scart socket on the back of your TV and plug in the aerial and the infra red link (which can be located or stuck to the side/front of the TV) so the remote control works. It does an initial search of all stations available on first install and hey presto you are away and working!The EPG (electronic programme guide) is very good and can show you 7 days ahead and there is even a nifty little button for showing what is on currently on 9 channels at a time (it cycles through them and shows you a thumbnail picture of whats on)…

dukeofearl says:

Not quite like other Freeview Boxes This is a neat little unit that hides itself behind any TV with a SCART socket. It does not have an analog tuner as the first reviewer suggested and unlike any other Freeview box I’ve ever used, it just searches for the channels then stores them as 01,02,03,04 etc. It does not pick up the standard channel layout you will be used to. You can manually edit the layout but it still wants to use consecutive numbering. It loses a star for that.It can record to a connected USB memory from the EPG which is useful and can play back some audio and video files already on a USB stick.It also contains some built-in games including a version of Tetris!In summary, a neat tidy unit let down by the poor channel numbering.

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