Saturday, 19 January 2008
Anyone out there have the Topfield 5800PVR Digital TV Recorder as fancy getting one as the spec for this recorder looks the "Dogs bollocks"
The Topfield TF5800PVR (or "Toppy" as it is affectionately known) is a uniquely specified Freeview PVR. The Toppy's devastating flexibility enables you to watch and record a combination of up to FOUR channels at once, to output two different programmes (including recordings and live transmissions) simultaneously via its RF outputs and scart socket, to record/pause/rewind/fast-forward live television and to edit recordings on the hard disk for later playback or output to your PC.
Further, the TF5800 allows user-developed application programmes - or "TAPs" - to be added via USB2, increasing features and functionality beyond the already impressive array on offer, enabling limitless software control possibilities. Yet, with all that functionality, it is a sprightly performer - channels change in under a second, bringing an end to frustratingly slow Freeview surfing.