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"Digital" UHF tuner kit with modulator for UHF out

Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by N_Cook, Jan 3, 2012.

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  1. N_Cook

    N_Cook Guest

    For people like me in the UK ,after march 2012, when they switch off all
    analogue TV transmissions. The following set top boxes,PVR etc apparently
    have modulated UHF for continued use of an analogue TV , without wasting
    the SCART input.

    I can personally vouch for the Thomson DTI2300, the others are googles. Can
    anyone add to the list ?

    Commtel SRT5885
    Daewoo Setpal DS608
    Daewoo SV900 VCR
    Hauppauge DEC1100
    Hauppauge DEC2000
    Humax DV-1000T - DVD
    Humax F2-Fox
    Humax MGTU1
    Humax PVR-8000 HDD recorder
    Icecrypt T5000 Freeview Receiver
    Inverto IDL-7000 80Gb PVR
    Labgear LAB DTT100
    Nokia Mediamaster 121
    Nokia Mediamaster 221
    Pace DTR210T recorder
    Panasonic TUCT20
    Philips DTR100
    Pioneer DBR-TF100GB
    Sagem ITD60
    SEG CDST900 Freeview
    Thomson DTI-2300 Freeview receiver box (modulator programmable ch 21 to
    above ch54, this and all other data, including last used station, retained
    if switched off rudely at the mains )
    Thomson DTI-2305
    Thomson DTI 6300-16
    TVonics MFR-200 Freeview box (very compact, no scart at all)
  2. Adam Sampson

    Adam Sampson Guest

    That one, at least, may indeed have a modulator, but isn't capable of
    receiving current Freeview signals. The same'll apply to many older

    If the problem's just that you don't have *enough* SCART inputs, then
    I'd get a SCART switchbox instead. ;-)
  3. N_Cook

    N_Cook Guest

    I'll amend the list accordingly and add a few more that google-fossicking

    Panasonic TU-CT30 Freeview
    Freeview FV400 freeview
    TVonics MFR-300 freeview
    TVonics MDR-250 freeview
  4. Adrian C

    Adrian C Guest

    Strike off the list, the now recognised dead in the following table.
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