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eXuby Digital Converter Box for TV, Antenna, HDMI and RCA Cable - Complete Bundle to View, Record HD Channels Instant or Scheduled Recording, 1080P HDTV, HDMI Output and 7 Day Program Guide
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- WATCH FREE DIGITAL CHANNELS - On your HDTV, tube TV, LCD, LED, projector etc. - Multiple outputs: HDMI, component, coaxial and RCA - *Number of Channels Vary on Location and Antenna Strength*
- 1080P FULL HD RESOLUTION - Sit back and enjoy pristine video quality - Or adjust the resolution to your heart's desires: 1080p, 1080i, 720p and 576p
- RECORDING CAPABILITIES (External Storage Device REQUIRED) - Record your favorite shows by connecting a USB Flash Drive or External Hard Drive (not included).
- ALWAYS KNOW WHAT'S PLAYING - Use the electronic program guide (EPG) to know every show and movie and when it is on 7 days in advance - Also, plug in your hard drive and watch movies, listen to music and view your pictures
- PERFORMANCE & LONGEVITY - eXuby Digital Converter Boxes are developed with quality in mind for dependable performance - And they are made to be durable ensuring longevity
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HDMI Cable & 25 Mile Range Flat Indoor Multi-Directional Antenna Included.
Before you buy please note:
- Not to be used as a cable box. This Digital Converter Box will NOT work with ANY cable or satellite services or signals such as Dish, Time Warner/Spectrum, AT&T, Cox, etc.
- Not a standalone recorder. It is designed to ONLY record programs that it receives from an HD antenna. External USB storage device required - not included.
- Number of channels received depends on your location and the antenna being used.
- IMPORTANT: Please do an online search for available channels in your area and what type of antenna you need to receive channels. The FCC DTV Reception Map is a good source.
Create your own custom channel list for easier browsing.
Keep children from watching inappropriate shows with the Parental Control feature.
Auto Signal Tuning
The digital converter box auto tunes each channel so you can receive the best possible picture.
Analog Pass-through Channel 3/4
You can choose to have your shows broadcasted on channel 3/4.
Recording and Multimedia Function - USB Flash Drive Required - NOT INCLUDED
Record your favorite TV show, playback movies, view pictures, and listen to your favorite music.
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Extra equipment needed to meet my objective: a 64 gig 2.0 USB flash drive ($20), a 2 way RF coaxial splitter ($5) and two 3 foot coaxial cables ($5ea). This equipment was needed for each converter box.
My best equip setup was: Antenna coax cable to the 2 way splitter. A short coax cable from the splitter to the converter box "in coax port" and a short coax cable from the splitter to the Tv "in coax port". A HDMI cable from the converter box to the TV HDMI input. This configuration allows me to record one channel while watching another channel on the TV. (note: you can not do this using an old analog TV. You will only be able to watch what you are recording) The 2 way splitter is necessary because if you use the coax out on the converter box to the digital TV's coax in port, the signal weakens and in my case I lost about 6 channels.
Pros: Their basic functions work. By basic I mean it finds channels, delivers a good picture and records well. Their tuner picked up all the Over the air broadcast channels that my new Digital Tv's picked up. The picture and sound is as good as the new TV's. I also tested it with my old analog Tv's and they worked. The picture was as good as one could expect on the older TV's. It records and plays back fine. A 64 gig flash drive will get you about 10.5 hrs of Hi Def recording time. This is the largest flash drive it supports. This number of record-able hours assumes that you are only recording Hi def (ie 1900x1040) broadcast signals so this is the worst case scenario. A High def signal uses about 5.4 gig/hr while recording and the unit requires about 6 gig of space for its setup so only 58 gig are available for recording. However, many of the channels in my area are broadcast in 720x480 which only uses about 1.5 gig/hr. So how many hours you can record all depends on what is being broadcast and what you like to record. You can also get a 2.0 USB hardrive which will give you many hours of recording time. I did the flash drive because I wanted to be able to record a show downstairs and if I want to watch it upstairs I could just plug in the flash drive in the upstairs unit. This works flawlessly. And I only do light recording so the 10 hrs works fine. Exuby delivered the units quickly and in good condition.
Cons: The software is quite buggy but still functional and I doubt they are going to fix them. The menu flow is functional but could be greatly improved. Some of the buttons don't do what the screen says but are assigned to the wrong buttons on the remote (eg under the EPG "Electronic Programming Guide" menu, page up and page down are buttons 1 & 2, not the buttons the screen shows). The "7 day" EPG is a misleading statement. Yes it is technically possible to get 7 days of programming on the over the air EPG. But that depends on your local broadcasters. In my area, they broadcast any where from 6 to 24hrs of guide information. So this is not a problem with the converter box. Mine picks up what information is sent, but North America is known for not sending much guide info over the air. The "book" function in the EPG is pretty useless. The way the screen looks, the user expects that the highlighted show and all the information will be scheduled to record. Nope. All it does is take the user to a screen that requires the user to manually enter all the information to record the show (ie. channel, date, time etc.). Very annoying! But it will record properly. There are many other menu bugs like this that are sloppy and annoying but so far I haven't found any functional show stoppers. I am keeping my fingers crossed.
So would I recommend it? Yes, but only for converting digital over the air to an old analog TV. It works fine for that. If recording is your objective, only if you record occasionally which is my case. The many annoying software bugs aren't so bad if you use it occasionally and only the cheap price makes the menu bugs acceptable. But if you want sophisticated, stream lined, easy to use, bug free recording for heavy use, the menu bugs would probably drive you crazy. You are going to have to pay much more for a device to get that quality. So for price and light light recording use its ok.
The Bad: The seller doesn't specify which product you are getting, we received the " I VIEW - 3200STB-A. This unit has terrible reviews.
The antenna that comes with the unit was worthless for us, unless you live very close to a tower, you still need to purchase an OTA HD antenna.
The instructions are 19 pages and not very good at all. It took a lot of trial and error and playing around with it to get everything working. You have to be fairly computer savvy and patient to make it work for you. It's not intuitive.
As the description states this unit is for recording ONE show at a time. You can't watch something else while it's recording. If you are watching a recording, it will switch to live mode to record something else. One tuner only.
You can't really watch while it's recording and pause, and skip commercials, it just stops recording.
Before we hooked up this unit we were getting about 30 channels. After we hooked it up, we were down to 10. The picture started flickering and our reception became more spotty.
The recording and playback features are very clunky. You select what you want to record, the system still requires you to manually input date, time, etc. When you play back a show it's hard to fast forward and play back because the remote is very unresponsive. It's frustrating. It tells you if there is a conflict in scheduling, but then I had to go all the way back to the beginning to record. Sometimes it simply decided the show I wanted to record was not recordable.
Overall, we returned it after 3 days. My husband wasn't willing to learn all of it's quirks. The remote is small with tiny lettering, I had to look up functions in the manual continually.
Now for the GOOD: This unit kicked Tablo's butt! Tablo costs $200.00. This unit was easier to setup and use. We sent the Tablo back after one day.
You don't need an Internet connection to setup and use this box.
Economical solution if you want to have free over the air TV with a recorder. This unit costs about $40, plus you need an antenna $20-80, plus an external storage unit $20-100. Our cost for all 3 were about $170. That's about $14.00 per month the first year, for one TV.
If you don't mind the clunky interface or if you watch a lot of PBS and want to watch on your schedule, this is the solution for you.
If you want more information please read the other reviews. In the end, remember that this is a cheaper solution than cable and satellite services.