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V, Inc. Bravo HD1 ATSC/NTSC set-top receiver

V, Inc. Bravo HD1 ATSC/NTSC set-top receiver
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3 reviews

Apr, 2014

We have collected and analyzed 3 expert reviews from international sources. The average review date is Nov 5, 2004. We have compared these reviews to 78136 reviews from other Digital Video Recorders (DVR). Last update: Apr 23, 2014.

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V, Inc. Bravo HD1 ATSC/NTSC set-top receiver

 

Fast-forward to the present day, when most new set-top receivers use fourth-generation 8VSB chipsets. These models are more sensitive, take up less space, and have shed that industrial dark gray for brighter, more silvery finishes.

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V, Inc. Bravo HD1 ATSC/NTSC set-top receiver

 

V, Inc.'s Bravo HD1 is a nice, compact receiver with a few limitations. The lack of a DVI output is a big one, particularly as more and more LCD and plasma TVs are equipped with this input. While the HD1's receiver performed well, the channel-scan...

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V, Inc. Bravo HD1 ATSC/NTSC set-top receiver

 

As the transition from analog to digital TV chugs along, there have been some significant advances in the design and performance of set-top receivers. The earliest models, from 1997 to 1998, including RCA's DTC-100 and Panasonic's TU-DST50W, were...

V, Inc.'s Bravo HD1 is a nice, compact receiver with a few limitations. The lack of a DVI output is a big one, particularly as more and more LCD and plasma TVs are equipped with this input. While the HD1's receiver performed well, the channel-scan...

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