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  # 253090 4-Sep-2009 09:23
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grolschie:
Jaxson: I was very keen on the Hyundai A300 thing until I found out it's essentially a single tuner box.  You can only watch/record off one tuner at a time, so you can't watch UHF HD and be recording sat at the same time etc. 


The AH-3110? I didn't realise this.


Yes the AH-3110.  If it's using the sat tuner, you can only look/record that and vice versa with the UHF HF tuner.

As per "While on the Hyundai AH3110, could I ask a question with (I hope) an obvious answer - can you watch one tuner (e.g. terrestrial) and record with the other (in that case satellite)?
No, that would be nice but you can't. If you record one channel you can watch a channel on the same Mux or TP only."


at http://www.freeviewshop.co.nz/forum/index.php/topic,985.0.html

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  # 256515 17-Sep-2009 14:31
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Not sure if anyones still looking at this thread, but I don't think there's much call for a new HD PVR really given the lineup that's currently/about to go on sale. Well not unless it offers some dramatically different features. And personally I'd be all up for a proper twin combo tuner, like the Hyundai, only with the ability to use one tuner whilst the other is recording.

 
 
 
 


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  # 256798 18-Sep-2009 11:41
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The magic tv due next month, rrp at $799 looks exciting, 2 tuners and internal HDD

http://www.freeviewshop.co.nz/magic-myfreeviewhd-terrestrial-recorder-p-591.html

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