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Item: 2 Beyonwiz HD PVR's (DP-H1 & DP-Lite)
Location: Ascot Vale, 3032
Price: Free to good home - donation to SNA, I will leave it to your conscience
Item Condition: OK
Reason for selling: NLR
Payment Method: Pickup only
Extra Info: I have had these for a while with them sitting in sotrage for the last few years. I have no use for them so thought they might be of use to somoene else.
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I have the above for sale in good condition, some light marks on the case. The unit has seen little use while the remote and wifi adapter are unused as I used a Harmony remote and wired LAN.
Magic MTV3700TD PVR running non Freeview firmware (great for AFL as it has 30 second skips enabled)
Power supply and cable
This has been a great PVR for the time we have had it, twin tuner, 1TB hard drive and fantastic picture quality. It is now surplus to our needs. You can flash the PVR with Freeview firmware if you prefer that.
Great thread on the PVR here:
Pick up from 3163 (Carnegie) is preferred but can post at your expense.
Looking for around $200, but feel free to make an offer.
I'm selling my personal Humax 4Tune PVR. It's in perfect condition and only 6 weeks old. Have box, manuals etc...
Reason for selling: Building a new PC Media centre. RRP is $699. Selling for $390 firm. Melbourne pickup preferred.
Selling my Topfield TF7100HDPVRt 320 GB Twin Tuner PVR. Excellent quality, no issues in use at all. Retailed for $899. Unit is in good condition, with some superficial wear on the buttons and minor scratching but otherwise completely functional. Very responsive compared with many current PVRs I've tried, good signal quality, good upscaling and also the option to pass through the native signal which few current PVRs have.
Will also throw in a 10m antenna cable. Looking for $150 ono. Features include: - Composite, component and HDMI output including upscaling to 1080i - SPDIF coaxial and optical and stereo audio output - Ethernet connection for FTP server - RS-232 serial port - USB port - MP3 playback For more details, see the manual here: www.topfield.co.kr/data/download/TF7100HDPVRt-Aus-8215e.pdf See reviews here: http://www.cnet.com/au/products/topfield-tf7100hdpvrt/, http://www.avhub.com.au/index.php/Product-Reviews/Sound+Image/topfield-tf7100hdpvrt-personal-video-recorder.html Pickup from Highgate Hill, 4101 or Mansfield, 4122. Happy to ship at the buyer's cost but pickup preferred. Have the original box, remote etc but no receipt. Let me know if you have any questions!
G'day. Apologies if this is the wrong spot, can't seem to find anything similar so I'm just gonna plonk it and hope someone either has an answer or can move it to where it'll get an answer.
I recently got hooked up to VAST. The set top box is an Altech UEC DSD4121. Frankly it's brilliant, compared to the disaster that was our previous tv reception.
My question is this:- I see there is available a PVR consisting of a new remote and decode whatsit. It seems it is incapable of recording a program whilst watching another channel. This doesn't seem entirely helpful, so I'm wondering if anyone has any clues on how to set up mythtv or something similar so I can record one channel whilst watching another? Also, is there a more simple way to send the signal to another tv, so the kids can watch what they wish (instead of old fart news), without having to install another set top box?
Cheers, appreciate your time.