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  Reply # 2143472 11-Dec-2018 16:23
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Nice looking box.

 

PIty about two things from my POV.

 

1 - No Netflix, but I guess if Netflix approve it, it will be able to do it.

 

2 - Bluetooth remote - meaning Harmony cannot control it. 


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  Reply # 2143545 11-Dec-2018 18:58
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trig42:

 

2 - Bluetooth remote - meaning Harmony cannot control it. 

 

 

Depends which Harmony you've got.

 

The Harmony Elite does Bluetooth. I've got one paired up with a FireTV which also as a bluetooth remote. Works a treat.


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 2143551 11-Dec-2018 19:20
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Bluetooth is a bonus. Means the box can be hidden out of sight and often provides added functionality that can’t be controlled by IR.

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  Reply # 2144060 12-Dec-2018 12:55
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I've been thinking, does this unit allow stream sharing over the network as commented earlier or does it allow other units to access the recorded TV?


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  Reply # 2144163 12-Dec-2018 14:42
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rugrat:

 

How many recordings can it do at once?

 

Cheers.

 

 

The specs say Digital Tuners - 2x DVB-T/T2 and 4x DVB-S/S2





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  Reply # 2144168 12-Dec-2018 14:46
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Looking at the specs it looks like they've ditched the crappy Freeview interface and EPG. 





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  Reply # 2144177 12-Dec-2018 15:01
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Some pictures of the EPG and how snappy it is would be great if possible.





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  Reply # 2144402 12-Dec-2018 17:28
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old3eyes:

 

rugrat:

 

How many recordings can it do at once?

 

Cheers.

 

 

The specs say Digital Tuners - 2x DVB-T/T2 and 4x DVB-S/S2

 

 

That doesn't answer the question. I'm asking in reference to being hooked up to terrestrial only.

 

Some have implied that it might be able to do more then one recording using one tuner on a mux, but until someone confirms, if anyone asks me on the street I'll say it's possible that it's only two recordings at once.

 

 

 

Response to ones that say how many programs record a week, it only takes two programs on at once, and an overlap of another program after - not all TV runs to schedule so usually need to add 5 mins to end of program.


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  Reply # 2145094 13-Dec-2018 21:28
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I would buy one but is $100-$150 too much

What is the interface like? Fast?

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  Reply # 2145140 14-Dec-2018 03:17
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stevemnz: I would buy one but is $100-$150 too much

What is the interface like? Fast?


It’s $439.

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  Reply # 2145646 15-Dec-2018 08:07
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Is Freeview going exclusive with this? Click on "Record" on their website and it only shows this and not the Panasonics.

 

 

What can you do to set the screen resolution, does it let you auto-passthrough or manually set resolution and Hz? Does it require a Google account for all updates?



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  Reply # 2145673 15-Dec-2018 10:01
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eracode:
stevemnz: I would buy one but is $100-$150 too much

What is the interface like? Fast?


It’s $439.


Sorry I know it’s $440, I think it would sell better at $300-$340

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  Reply # 2145674 15-Dec-2018 10:05
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stevemnz:
eracode:
stevemnz: I would buy one but is $100-$150 too much

What is the interface like? Fast?


It’s $439.


Sorry I know it’s $440, I think it would sell better at $300-$340


It would probably sell even better at $99 eh. Hey - let’s go for $49 and really amp those sales.

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  Reply # 2146324 16-Dec-2018 22:30
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Anyone found the source of this device, like on aliexpress or Alibaba or original model number?

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