Yes those cheap USB recievers do record in HD
which one. the ones at £46 certainly do not record Freeview HD transmissions
Are you sure you are arguing about features you understand. Not being funny but you are talking of CAM inclusion etc but I noticed you quoted dollars as currency for the USB stick. This is not available in the US the features and counter debate I am putting forward is based on UK Digital reception.
Which of those cheap USB devices currently receives FTA Digital.
You also realise that the only scrambled channels on FTA DVB here are the top up Tv line up? (Not Many)DVB-C is irrelevant. DVB-C is cable TV.
The cable TV areas are owned here by Virgin Media (old NTL TW). No receiver here that is a Freeview PVR can receive cable TV. Cable areas are very small in the UK it is not the mass Tv medium and there are to be no new areas cabled either so what it is now is it. Cable has to be supplied by the cable company.
I feel you are talking something that is at crossed purposes.
This device receives FTA Digital signals, not cable, not satellite.
It is a direct competitor to a DTR (Freeview Recorder) only it costs less money than most.This post has been edited by Chancer: Aug 27 2008, 05:23 PM