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Topic # 56674 20-Jan-2010 19:09
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Hi,

I use rabbit ears to watch TV. I have DSE's new freeview capable rabbit ears with a signal boost. Anyone know if you can still use a HDD recorder with rabbit ears.

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Steven

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  Reply # 291614 20-Jan-2010 19:14
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HDD recorders as in an Analouge TV Hard Disk Drive recorder then sure as it is just like a TV.

HD HDD PVR's as in a FreeviewHD Hard Disk Drive Personal Video Recorder then it is somewhat possible depending on how far away from your nearest FreeviewHD TV Tower.





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  Reply # 291766 21-Jan-2010 10:07
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The answer to your question depends on how much signal you get with them, and we can't tell you that sorry, you have to try it and see.

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