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Previously on "digital TV for iPads."

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  • doodab
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    Originally posted by Moscow Mule View Post
    I've got one of those little USB TV sticks from Elgato which works fine in London with the little stick aerial it came with.
    Same here, I have a terratec one, a hauppauge one and a k world PCI card and they are all fine with crappy antennae.

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  • Moscow Mule
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    Originally posted by VectraMan View Post
    Except most people need a big aerial stuck high up on the outside of their house to get Freeview. What's the chance of this working reliably in your living room?
    Not sure that's the case. Most of the country can't get Freeview without an aerial, but most people live in cities where there are TV transmitters.

    I've got one of those little USB TV sticks from Elgato which works fine in London with the little stick aerial it came with.

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  • VectraMan
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    Except most people need a big aerial stuck high up on the outside of their house to get Freeview. What's the chance of this working reliably in your living room?

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  • Harmonic
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    I guess the big advantage it has over iPlayer etc. is that it doesn't need an Internet connection to work. That said, anywhere with a decent DVB signal is probably going to have wifi or decent mobile data available.

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  • BolshieBastard
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    Originally posted by cojak View Post
    An advert for this just popped into my inbox.

    TIVIZENTV Digital TV on your Apple or Android device - Humax Selection - HUMAX UK Direct Sales Website

    I wonder if it's any better than Catchup TV?
    Is that a one off payment or annually?

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  • cojak
    started a topic digital TV for iPads.

    digital TV for iPads.

    An advert for this just popped into my inbox.

    TIVIZENTV Digital TV on your Apple or Android device - Humax Selection - HUMAX UK Direct Sales Website

    I wonder if it's any better than Catchup TV?

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