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Topic # 147005 5-Jun-2014 14:22
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Hi there,

Since subscribing to Netflix I've decided to give Mysky HDi the boot If I can find a freeview DVB-T Pvr as good.

Is there a freeview HD product as good as a mysky hd box? Something that can record three channels at once.

A few years ago I tried a JC Matthew myfreeview it was terrible!!!! JC Matthew offered nothing in the way of support either.

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 1059874 5-Jun-2014 15:28
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I've got a Magic TV pvr and from my, admittedly, limited use of Mysky it seems to do everything as well.

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  Reply # 1059973 5-Jun-2014 18:35
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The Panasonic DVD recorders are good in my experience. The XW390 seems to be on run-out pricing at the moment (as a new model has come out) so could potentially be a real bargain. However, it will only record two channels at once, not three as you are after.

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  Reply # 1060008 5-Jun-2014 19:20
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JimmyH: The Panasonic DVD recorders are good in my experience. The XW390 seems to be on run-out pricing at the moment (as a new model has come out) so could potentially be a real bargain. However, it will only record two channels at once, not three as you are after.

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Can't beat a Panasonic (except the PWT models which have no external AV inputs).
The BWT835 is now under $600.
I doubt you'll find any terrestrial recorder that will record 3 channels at once though as most have two tuners max. You'd either need two recorders or two Tuner cards in your PC.

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