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    Watching DVB-S, when USB HDD recording DVB-T

    Hi , I have television Philips 32PFL7406K/02. By recording up to over USB HDD I want watching other programme, but it's not possible. In TV is diplayed information, that the I have to first press button STOP. Why doesn't go at least overstrain among tuner DVB- T and DVB- S?
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    to be able to watch a Channel and record another you need to have seperate Tuners which the Philips does not have.

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    Hi Thomas,

    I didn't know these TV's came with hybrid satellite/DVB-T/C tuner... I had the impression they were two different tuners

    Anyway I saw that you cannot really change to any source whilst recording, any special reason for this?

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    you can not change the source as you would stop the record by accident.

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    Tv support 5 tuners - analogue,dvb-t/c/s/s2!

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    May be Thomas meaning: - You have one hardware tuner with support five mode ? (analogue, dvb-t, dvb-c, dvb-s, dvb-s2) ? or something like this

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