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  #343618 21-Jun-2010 07:47
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I took that photo!  Hee hee.  Well done Martin.




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  #343624 21-Jun-2010 08:30
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lucky guy




that would be an ecumenical matter

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  #347762 4-Jul-2010 19:19
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The MagicTV looks pretty sweet - I currently have a DSE terrestrial freeview box with an old Sony 20" CRT TV, an old Sony Home theatre system (DAV880) which unfortunately has a shot DVD player.  As it's an integrated unit (AMP, Tuner etc) I have a newer DVD player running through one of its aux inputs so at least (with a bit of fiddling) we can run the sound through the external speakers.  The MagicTV would be grand as we could then record and replay stuff for the kids off the freeview channels.  It;s either that or an elgato hybrid tuner for the Mac.  Fingers-cosssed. 



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  #347768 4-Jul-2010 19:25
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Gah, just realised this has closed.

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  #350467 12-Jul-2010 23:28
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Your HD TV being without HDMI doesn't mean you can't run watch high definition TV on it. There are several DVB-T receivers available which do HD over component cables. You're out of luck with MyFreeview|HD PVRs though.

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  #350484 13-Jul-2010 07:59
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i have 32" konka and kathern topbox getting 15 tv channels every now and then i lug the pc down the hall to the lounge and hook it up to the tv and watch avi's on the tv
gaaaaaaaaah its closed nice prompt
time to build something wintv 3000hvr here in a box must put it to use

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