Argos Value Digital Set Top Box Reviews
Product Type: Argos set top boxes
Description:Manufacturer: Argos / Type: Digital Set Top Box
Newest Review: ... Now I believe that my area has quite poor reception from the masts, and Argos state you can get up to 55 I believe. So you ... more
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Customer Argos Value Digital Set Top Box Reviews (2)
by - written on 06/11/12 (Very useful, 19 readings)
INTRODUCTION I have three TVs at home, one with Sky, and because Sky Multiroom was too expensive, one of the others has this Set Top Box, and the third TV has a different set top box, which I will review. This was the cheaper of the two boxes as it is operating with the least used television in the kitchen. DESIGN When you purchase the product you get the box itself, the remote control (with batteries!!) and the necessary leads. The set top box is matt black in colour and weighs 800g. To be honest, it was heavier than I expected, considering it is made of cheap feeling plastic, don't judge a book by its cover I suppose. In terms of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/09/11 (Very useful, 34 readings)
With the digital switch over coming into effect and wanting to convert an older television, we decided to go out and purchase one of these. The set top box is fitted to an existing, non digital television and allows you to watch the channels that have now converted over to digital, now that the analogue signal has been stopped. It cost about £15 if I recall correctly, which it is very reasonable compared to the expensive costs of a lot of 'fancier' set top boxes and it seems just as good and it seems to do all of the same things. It was easy to fit - a scart cable (which was included), an aerial cable, connect to the television and away ... Read the complete review
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