Maxview MXL020 Digital Video Broadcasting

Maxview Free to Air Digital Satellite Receiver

£99.99 (inc VAT) £118.99NewCondition
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- Use with a compatible satellite system to receive over 200 FREE digital UK TV & Radio Channels (On ASTRA 2 Satellite)
- Includes all BBC an ITV channels and many more. See channel list located in downloads section
- Receives also 1000’s of FREE European channels
- Designed for use in the UK and Europe
- Ideal for use with touring vehicles. I.e Motorhomes, Caravans, canal boats and HGV’s.
- CHANNEL 4 is now unscrambled and available

  • Includes infrared sensor ideal for hidden installation - Only the remote eye sensor needs to be visible
  • Ideal for non-conditional access, free to air TV and radio programmes. NO CONTRACT REQUIRED.
  • 12/240V operation
  • Compact size for easy storage
  • Receive broadcasts from ASTRA 1, ASTRA 2, HOTBIRD, EUTELSAT and many more
  • Inbuilt Satellite Finder
  • DiSEqC1.2
  • EPG (Electronic programme guide)
  • Super fast video text
  • Multi-function timer
  • Software upgrade via satellite or RS232 connection
  • Channel list editor
  • Parent Lock
  • 2 year guarantee
  • Complete with 12V Power supply
  • Infrared sensor with 2m cable for hidden installation
  • Remote Control with batteries
  • Cigarette Power Adaptor for use in a vehicle
  • User and installation instructions
  • Size : W: 210 X W: 135 x D: 40mm
  • Power Supply: : 230V - 50Hz
  • Power Consumption: : 15w

If you’ve changed your mind about keeping your purchase, please return it in its original condition with proof of purchase and we’ll exchange or refund it. Unless faulty, this should be within 30 days of receiving your order. By original condition, we’d expect this to mean that you’ve kept packaging and labels, and that the item is undamaged and unused.

For further information of how to return your item, please visit the "Returning an Unwanted/Faulty/Damaged Item" section on our Help Page.
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