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Elgato Tivizen Mobile TV Tuner

Free TV, wirelessly

Elgato Tivizen Mobile TV Tuner

Free TV, wirelessly

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No need for the internet as the Tivizen creates it's own network to broadcast to you computer, iPad or iPhone

Elgato Tivizen creates it's own wireless network to watch TV

Watch live TV on your iPad, MAC or PC with the Elgato Tivizen Mobile TV Tuner. Designed for viewing on the move, this glossy little obelisk will fit neatly in your bag or jacket pocket.

When you want to use it, just slide out the flexible aerial. The Tivizen picks up DVB-T (also known as DTT, or Freeview) signals. It then transmits the signals flawlessly to your iPad or computer using its own local WiFi network. No internet access is required – the digital channels are free to watch!

Tivizen and iPhone screenshots of App

Use the downloadable App to keep track of what's on and record your favourite shows

Rechargeable battery. Simply plug into USB

Recharge the battery via USB

But this is more than just a glorified aerial. Launch the Tivizen App and see what’s on (and what’s coming up next). All the data from the DVB-T signal will be available to you. Pick a channel and pause or timeshift backwards while you’re viewing it – perfect if you missed something interesting! You can even record shows to watch later. The Tivizen lets you adapt live television to suit your schedule. So now you’ll have no excuse for missing Loose Women.

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Please Note:
  • A TV license is required by law to view any television channels in the UK
  • Tivizen supports MPEG-2 standard definition video. MPEG-2 HD and MPEG-4/H.264 video are not supported on iPhone and iPad
  • EyeTV and THC software support MPEG-2 and MPEG-4/H.264 in both SD and HD. 720p or 1080i HD video requires an Intel Core 2 Duo processor
  • DVB-T broadcasts vary in bitrate. Playback quality of high bitrate channels may be limited by 802.11g Wi-Fi network bandwidth
  • Tivizen is intended for use in countries where digital terrestrial television is broadcast. Digital terrestrial television is also known as DVB-T, DTT, Freeview in the UK, and TNT in France. UK residents, please note: Freeview HD or DVB-T2 is not supported.
  • The app supports only MPEG-2 standard definition broadcasts on iPhone and iPad; MPEG-2 HD and H.264 are not supported
  • EyeTV and THC software support both MPEG-2 and H.264 on a Mac or PC (both SD and HD)
  • Please check here for availability in your area: www.freeview.co.uk/availability
Product Features:
  • Wirelessly turns your iPad, MAC or PC into a Freeview TV
  • Timeshift and record live TV shows
  • No internet connection required
  • Rechargeable Lithium-ion battery lasts 3.5 hours
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Technical Specifications:
    System Requirements
  • iPad 2, iPad, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPod touch® (4th & 3rd generation); iOS 4.2 or newer
  • Mac: Intel Core CPU, Mac OS X v10.5.8 or later, 1 GB RAM
  • PC: 2.0 GHz Intel / AMD CPU, Windows 7, 1 GB RAM
  • DVB-T Tuner
  • Decoder: High-performance ARM 9 RISC-Processor
  • Frequency range: 177.5 – 226.5MHz (VHF); 474 – 858MHz (UHF)
  • Supported digital TV standards: DVB-T
  • COFDM Demodulator: Supported modulations 16, 64 QAM, QPSK; Bandwidths 6, 7, 8 MHz
  • Input and Output
  • USB 2.0 (to charge battery)
  • Power Supply
  • Removable Li-Ion battery (3.7V 1050 mAh)
Dimensions:
  • Measures approximately 9.2cm(L) x 5.2cm(W) x 1.2cm(D)
  • Weighs approximately 68g

Customer Reviews

What channels can you get and how many are there thanks.
Jay Delaney, Belfast - 26th April 2012
Firebox says: Hey Jay, this device allows you to pick up most free-view channels, not entirely sure how many of those there are, but we reckon its a fair few.
Can I use this to watch TV programs on my iPhone and iPad at the same time, or can I only use it on one at a time?
Ben K, - - 2nd June 2011
Firebox says: Sure can Ben, but it'll have to be the same channel.
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