Written on: 13/03/2007 by johndav (4 reviews written)
Generally a good picture, but very fussy about signal. From memory this unit only cost about £35.00, so I suppose it lasting 18months was OK… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/09/2006 by davinci (1 review written)
Have bought four of these Daewoo DS700D's and have had to send three back for replacements because the box stops working until you switch off at mains and switch back on, this usually works but not always. Doesn't seem to be made to last… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/03/2006 by billy nicholls (1 review written)
I do feel a box should last longer then the last two I had. I telephoned in for help and told them and I was just told to write in, so I am hoping Daewoo will do something about it… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/09/2005 by Embyo (3 reviews written)
We use the Daewoo DS700D Freeview box at work, where we get a moderate signal. Everything works fine, though the teletext does not like loading. The EPG is brilliant. Some channels do seem to reload the details occasionally, and the tuner does not appear to be as sensitive as the 608P. If you are unsure, and your local Tesco's has it, you may consider that. The advantage of the 700 is the EPG (rather than just Now and Next), and the two Scarts allowing you to record things from Digital… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/06/2005 by Stew84 (1 review written)
My first taste of freeview, the Daewoo DS700D is a good value box with all the features you would expect and more.
7 Day Epg
All for £45 is a good buy.
This box is also quite small and looks cool.
The only drawback is the huming noise from its adapter… Read Full Review
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