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Freecom DVB-T USB Stick Freeview Receiver | AVForums
A small portable aerial is supplied, but we wouldn’t recommend using it over a fixed aerial. But if you have a flatscreen TV that needs to go digital, this will suffice. Oct 9, Messages: Jun 20, at 9: Jan 20, Messages: Chris MurielJun 21, Jul 6, freebiew 6: It takes a V power supply and comes fitted with a UHF aerial input.
Interesting post I’ve never had problems changing channels with TotalMedia, but it was a tad slow, however that was on the P4 family desktop.
I have firefox and foobar running alongside the respective programs. First-time installation prompts you to select your country, giving you the option of turning on a 5V power supply for an external aerial if required. Its being out of sight raises control issues, so Freecom has included a remote eye sensor ffeecom plugs into the adapter and sits under your TV, relaying remote commands to the adapter.
You can also select a favourites list. Jun 20, at 4: BTW unless you live next door to a Freeview transmitter don’t expect to be able frescom use the supplied stick aerial MarkE19Jun 23, Jun 21, at 3: BlazeDTV has evderything squished and you have to hover to know what the control is – unless I am missing something The supplied frfeview antenna failed to pull in channels in our test location, but when plugging in a feed from a fixed rooftop aerial we found the tuner to be reasonably sensitive, although the software is prone to displaying weird messages such as ‘HDTV not support’ when reception proved tricky on some channels.