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Best Freeview box - advice sought



 
 
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Old July 27th 03, 09:28 PM posted to uk.tech.digital-tv
Alan
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Default Best Freeview box - advice sought

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They all do the same job, and some boxes are only just becoming stable
with the software updates.

I have a Pace dtva, and it does what it says on the box, mheg is really

fast
only downside is the lack of connectivity. The other is a Labgear Setpal,
has rf out, loopthrough and scart socket, this box has an excellant tuner,
which is good for poor signal areas and maybe something to consider
if you are in doubt of having a good signal.


And it's manufactured in the UK.


And judging by the identical nature of the manuals the Daewoo and Triax
boxes are the same. I have a Daewoo and it gives very good results (I
get all possible channels) in an area that according to the web check
pages is marginal.

see
http://support.setpal.com/st-setpalc...ault.aspx?tabi
ndex=2&tabid=12

--
Alan

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