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CUSTOMER REVIEWS

 

August DVB-T201 USB Freeview TV Tuner has recently received a number of awards from leading magazines in the UK following various group tests of the magazines.

 

The TV tuner is designed for people to watch up to 40 Freeview TV channels on a computer by just plugging it to a USB port, installing software from an automatically popped-up window. It is high-definition compatible and supports Windows Vista.


 
  • 4-Star Awards from What HiFi - Sound and Vision Magazine
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    "It combines Freeview and digital radio tuners in a small USB 2.0 'stick', coming complete with remote control and antenna, and a software package including the BlazeVideo HDTV Player, which will record and play programmers using either an electronic programme guide or a manual timer. And yes, it's compatible with future DVB HD broadcasts."

     

     

     

     

     

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  • 3-Star Awards from What Video & High-Definition TV Magazin
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    "August's USB Freeview TV receiver is an enticing one - TV on your laptop, wherever you are."

     

    "Pictures are crisp and clear, although obviously this will be influenced by the quality of your computer monitor and the same must be said for the audio, which is only as good as your PC speakers."

     

     

     

     

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  • 4-Star Award from Active Home Magazine
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    ''TV on the cheap is what August has in mind with its USB freeview receiver. At under £25 it's a steal, especially considering the extras in the box; a portable aerial and a remote control. Setting up is easy, just plug it in and install the supplied drivers."

     

    ''With a decent signal, picture quality is very good and the accompanying software is laden with a seven-day programme guide and PVR functionality for time-shifting live TV from the single tuner."

     

     

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