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Master Geek

# 21289 22-Apr-2008 07:43
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Hey guys

Reading through the posts & guides it sounds like the HVR-2200 is the best card for me as I want dual DVB-T tuners for my Vista Media Center box (I will run DVBViewer for Freeview).  Where is the cheapest place to pick one up?  I've checked a few of my normal places & they either don't list it or list it & don't have it in stock yet.


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Uber Geek

  # 125473 22-Apr-2008 07:46
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Did you check pricespy?

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  # 125483 22-Apr-2008 08:48
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I ordered mine from Computer Lounge ($141) but they are out of stock. New stock expected 25 April (special ANZAC day delivery??!).


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  # 125485 22-Apr-2008 08:56
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Yeah, checked pricespy, seems like you guys have snapped them all up Laughing

Will try computer lounge...


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# 125519 22-Apr-2008 11:19
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Better get one quick - they're good !!! Laughing

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  # 125544 22-Apr-2008 13:00
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everyone gets the HVR-2200's from the same wholesalers who have lots on order (which have been allocated already( , but no ETA on when they are coming. The same with the HVR4000

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  # 125548 22-Apr-2008 13:07
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I ordered one from Computer Lounge the other day and have been emailed to say they expect it in stock around the 25th... so who knows, i might be lucky enough to have one next week some time.

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  # 125563 22-Apr-2008 14:11
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Just ordered one from Computer Lounge, as above the said they will be in on the 25th. 


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