Likvid said:Anyone got this receiver? any good? how does it work with USALS?
Likvid said:It seems well priced below 400 euro.
Now you are almost forcing me to buy onerato said:Where ? Please tell me. I've been searching on the web for it.
At least in terms of reliability, I have read it's a brand that you can trust. In terms of tuning sensibility, the Pace 2600 and the 430 are considered very good for fringe reception. I have read reviews of the American "Digiboxes" that are also Pace, are the most reliable. So I wouldn't see Pace throwing the cheap components into a Hi-Def. receiver for a new launch of HD boxes.
Check the KP version test here: _http://www.cine4home.de/tests/sonstiges/PaceDS810/PremiereHD.htm
BGonaSTICK said:Another good question!
The KP kills the XE in terms of search results, but it's not obvious what the differences are... if any
This is all getting too complicated. I think I'll get my relatives in Australia to send me a piggin' Topfield TF7000HT!
Don't hold your breath. The UK Government keeps banging on about the switch over to digital yet doesn't insist that new TVs should have Freeview built in. Oh, of course there will be a free STB handed out at Tescos from 2010. Silly me'O'-redrato said:This is really getting out of hand with the manufacturers and the providers! :mad: I hope that in the future thay can get their act together and not make consumers wast their money on false statments saying that you can see the event(the World Cup in HD on a non-Sky HD receiver), and then the receiver of that same manufacturer can't even lock on the channel!! .
Likvid said:Anyone wants the newest review this month from Tele Satellit magazine about the Humax?
Despite being at a price so high you would think Sky could afford to buy their own digibox factory with the proceeds:rato said:(a Skystar card or the Sky HD Digibox)!