Pinnacle PCTV nanoStick

Digital TV tuner in-a-stick

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    $ 99.95 (AUD)

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John

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Has never worked anywhere
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Slightly buggy?! Ya think? Freezes my Toshiba satellite pro everytime I change channels, whenever reception is poor, (which is all the time) loses sound, has an annoying popup which informs you that your subscription to Dolby decoding has expired, (what subscription?) which then causes all sound to cut out, and which then freezes the computer... I bought this because my daughter had to spend three months in Westmead Children's hospital. I never got any reception at Westmead, not when I was in the fourth floor of the hospital, not when it was plugged into the buildings rooftop antenna, I tried it at home in Canberra, never got any reception at all there either... Am now on a hill in Balmain about two kilometers over water from the main Sydney transmitter and the reception is crap. Dont buy this POS, I want my hundred bucks back.

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