This was posted 6 years 10 months 6 days ago, and might be an out-dated deal.

expired Aldi 1TB HD Twin Tuner PVR $199, 2yr Warranty, Starts 26 Nov


$199 seems a good price on a 1TB Twin Tuner PVR.
If you don't like it, you have 60 days to return this Bauhn PVR.

"1TB hard drive. Dual HD Digital Tuners. HDMI output. Logical and easy to use interface. 7 day electronic program guide (EPG). Copy files from internal HDD to an external HDD. 2 year warranty." On sale 26 Nov - probably for no more than 1 hour

Seems to be an upgrade of $179 500GB Bauhn PVR I bought on sale on 18 Aug 2011. (Whirlpool Forum has details of previous model - I'm happy with it)
The PREVIOUS PVR can take 2 external HDD (front & rear USB, at least 2 x 2TB in NTFS format). Record 2 channels & watch recording or additional channel from 2 networks being recorded. Plays a range of Video formats. No Networking or WiFi. Previous model was a good PVR for price, after firmware upgrade.
No information about capabilities of current deal, but expect it is same with double the storage.

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    Our panasonic, for which we paid more than 3 times this price only has half the hard drive. It does have networking though, and I suspect will probably outlive this one. When you can go and buy two more for the same price though, probably not an issue.


    That's massive storage space and a generous 2yr warranty really backs it up. Been looking at something like this for some time and the Medion line of PVR always stands out as one of the most affordable options. Now I just need to convince the rest of the family about what a "PVR" is and why we need it for our TV!


      Just to let you know - this is NOT a 'Medion line of PVR', but an Aldi brand Bauhn. These are rebadged units, like most Aldi electronics. Still should be good. Am happy with previous 500GB one bought in August, just would like double the internal storage. I move movies into storage on a 2TB external HDD, so rarely use more than 250GB on internal storage. A network connection is always faster for copying - USB is slow for large files like movies!


    meh - the 'no networking' kills it for me

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