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FTA DVR receiver

Discussion in 'FTA / Non Small Dish Satellite Area' started by Mark Holtz, Oct 20, 2004.

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  1. Mark Holtz

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    Anyone know of any DVR-type satellite receivers?
     
  2. TBI

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    They seem to be common in the rest of the world but we have no program guide in America so I guess an FTA DVR would be less useful here. Im sure you could order one from overseas if you really wanted one.
    I think I saw one adverised that could record 5 different shows at the same time while you watched a 6th channel from a max of two different transponders.
     
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  4. TBI

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    This one by Kaon is beyond compare I think.
    http://www.kaonmedia.com/product_kvr1000plus_f.php
    2 Tuners PVR (DVB-S)
    - Simultaneous 6 Record and 1 playback
    - Simultaneous Time-shifting & Dual Recording
    - Dual Decoding from Live stream or Recorded stream
    (PIP: Picture-in-Picture)
    - Analog TV Input and Recordable
    - MP3(MPEG-1 Layer-3) Transfer & Play from Internet via USB 2.0
    - Powerful & Stable Trick mode
    - USB 2.0 support for Fast transfer via PC
    - Removable Hard Disk Cartridge and Variable HDD size
    - 1 Ch Home Security System
    - Concurrent working of PVR and DVR in perfect
    - MPEG-2 TS stream Recording format
    - Event Recording after detecting of Activity and Intrusion
    - Instant-Recording for Efficient HDD Saving
    - Camcorder
    - Digital Camera
    - Game Box
    - VCR
    - TV
    - Real-time video streaming to Remote web site with Motion JPEG
    - Recording and playback available with web program
    - Remote Controlling available via Internet and viewer to product

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    I think if someone gets to the point that they are recording 6 shows at once they might need to go outside, get some fresh air and maybe read a book. :)
     
  5. Jacob S

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    I'd hate to see the pricetag on that one.
     
  6. TBI

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    Still no listed price.
     
  8. TBI

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  9. SuperDish06

    SuperDish06 New Member

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    any updates on FTA DVR receiver. I am trying to looks something which has recording capability.


    Any informaiton will be great.
     
  10. FTA Michael

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    Did you click that link? The Pansat 6000 HXC is displayed there.

    Another tactic is to add a FTA card to a computer.
     
  11. updatelee

    updatelee New Member

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    dreambox makes some nice fta dvr's, the 500 can be found for around $330cdn, uses a network fileshare for recording. no blind scan though :( I use my coolsat for that, read the channel list and upload it to my dreambox.
     
  12. SideKick2

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    I would say just use a reglar fta reciever and just buy a regular dvr at your local electronic store with dvd burner. I am sure if you wana pay $300 for a dvd recorder and a dvr thats totally separate from fta. Can be used for alot of different things. This is just a suggestion or an alternative.
     
  13. quo17

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    And this is the cheapest tactic, provided you have a computer already:) :
    Starbox sells for $70 - 80 . I try to record with it and ProgDVB - works fine, but USB2 is recommended.
     
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