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# 19757 29-Feb-2008 01:11
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I see there is a new PVR from Topfield, the TF6000PVR ES. The hard drive is bigger now, 320gig and like the other TF6000PVRs it has the ethernet port for transfering files to your PC. But it also has an HDMI output, pretty cool. And it upscales the picture to 1080i. Something new for NZ thats for sure. It'll make Freeview look good on a HD plasma TV. And th eprice has come right down $899.

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  # 113693 29-Feb-2008 08:28
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Mac2008: I see there is a new PVR from Topfield, the TF6000PVR ES. The hard drive is bigger now, 320gig and like the other TF6000PVRs it has the ethernet port for transfering files to your PC. But it also has an HDMI output, pretty cool. And it upscales the picture to 1080i. Something new for NZ thats for sure. It'll make Freeview look good on a HD plasma TV. And th eprice has come right down $899.

 

Will this work on NZs HD DTT  system??





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  # 113695 29-Feb-2008 08:32
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Mac2008: I see there is a new PVR from Topfield, the TF6000PVR ES. The hard drive is bigger now, 320gig and like the other TF6000PVRs it has the ethernet port for transfering files to your PC. But it also has an HDMI output, pretty cool. And it upscales the picture to 1080i. Something new for NZ thats for sure. It'll make Freeview look good on a HD plasma TV. And th eprice has come right down $899.


Will this work on NZs HD DTT  system??



No. It's only a DVB-S product for satellite, not terrestrial.

 
 
 
 


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  # 113702 29-Feb-2008 09:01
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Does it have wireless network connection?  That was the main thing missing for me when I was looking at store bought PVRs.  I now have a HTPC running GBPVR software - love it!

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