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Topic # 27269 20-Oct-2008 12:07
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Hi,

I am interested in paying for someone to put a MythTV box together for me,

I want high quality components and also the ability to watch and record freeview. Other specs can be discussed if you are interested.

If anyone is interested please email me or reply to the thread, I am located in Taranaki, but I guess anyone can help...

Thanks


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  Reply # 172243 20-Oct-2008 13:44
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You could try contacting Steve from www.openmedia.co.nz he produces MythTV based boxes. He posts on here quite frequently so might see this post anyway.



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  Reply # 172245 20-Oct-2008 13:50
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ping182nz:

Hi,

I am interested in paying for someone to put a MythTV box together for me,

I want high quality components and also the ability to watch and record freeview. Other specs can be discussed if you are interested.

If anyone is interested please email me or reply to the thread, I am located in Taranaki, but I guess anyone can help...

Thanks



Hi..

Let me know the specs or take a look at http://www.mypvr.co.nz to see if it meets your needs.

As you are in Taranaki you won't be getting freeview|HD in the foreseable future, which given the stability of MythTV's support isn't a bad thing.

Steve




Generally known online as OpenMedia, now working for Red Hat New Zealand as a Solution Architect for all things Linux, Virtual and of course Cloud. Still playing with MythTV and digital media on the side.

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