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post Aug 23 2004, 01:49 AM
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Bought from www.eyo.com.au during the week, Full version card (Branded Ultraview) $181.50, Lite Version $165. Both came with remotes smile.gif

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post Aug 31 2004, 06:01 AM
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Skunkworks - $235 Full Aussie version DVB-T including overnight freight.

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post Sep 1 2004, 08:12 AM
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I have acquired a Full version FusionHDTV from Digital Now for $229, delivered to my door in less than 24 hours.
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post Sep 1 2004, 10:24 AM
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QUOTE (digitalise @ Sep 1 2004, 08:12 AM)
I have acquired a Full version FusionHDTV from Digital Now for $229, delivered to my door in less than 24 hours.

I noticed you're new to the Forum - welcome aboard! smile.gif

You sure about Digitalnow? They quote $249 on the front page of their website.

What do we need to do to screw the extra $20 out of them?
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post Sep 1 2004, 10:32 AM
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You sure about Digitalnow? They quote $249 on the front page of their website.


I asked for a price match, they have Price Matching.

So it does not matter what the listed price is, if you can find a better price, they will match it.
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post Sep 1 2004, 11:39 AM
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$214.50 + $6.50 p&h (Melbourne Metro) from Downtown Software - 9663 3644 or you can order over the web (but pay manually). I suggest that you order by phone. Next day delivery.
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Guest_digitalise_*
post Sep 1 2004, 12:12 PM
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I have just noticed that the price at Digital Now is $229 anyway, including delivery.

On speaking to a sales person, they also told me that they will be releasing new software to their customers soon.

Can get the same price as the lowest + special software, how can you beat that?
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post Sep 2 2004, 12:13 AM
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Gee they changed their website pronto. I guess they must be watching ... eehaa the Forum works! Hmmm now I guess that makes the next question tricky.

Where do you (did you) get such a low quote from - so that they'd match it and what credit cards do they take? I can't find any reference to any except where they talk about how much the surcharge is.... something about US dollars and Paypal?

Never mind , come to think of it, if you can get such a low quote from a regular store with credit card that would be cheaper smile.gif and i guess faster.

So far it sounds like City Software is the best buy except that they charge a "tenner" for normal postage if you buy on-line and with a 2-9 day postal delay. Anyone know how much they charge for overnight courier? Express Post don;t go overnight to the burbs sad.gif

Oh and if you need the latest software update with new BDA drivers you can get them stright from DVICO
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post Sep 5 2004, 02:51 PM
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$199 at officeworks.In the latest junk mailer...
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post Sep 5 2004, 03:21 PM
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Wow$199 thats cheap, I wonder if that includes Canberra Office works.

When I purchased my VisionPlus from DigitalNow in Feburary, they price matched $165 and they still do.
The DVICO seems the way to go, now with BDA drivers I can use it with WebScheduler.
I e-mail Renura about the Office works price and he said he could match that,and he said that in a few weeks all DigitalNow customers would be getting ' world class software' , not available anywhere else!
Wonder what it is? I still receive excellent support from Digital Now, even though I only purchased a cheapo VisionPlus that they dont even sell anymore!

Best price, best service and great product, seems the way to go!

Jeremy
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post Sep 6 2004, 03:38 AM
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I just bought the ultraview HDTV DVB-t card today from a computer fair, only $165 include the remote. Ultraview is a cheaper OEM version of fusion, isn't it? I'm confused.
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post Sep 6 2004, 11:02 PM
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If the Ultraview DVB-t uses the DVICO software it must be the same.
I guess at $165 it's the lite version with no analogue inputs?
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post Sep 7 2004, 12:57 AM
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No, the lite version was only $135. Since i went there without any knowledge about tv tuner cards at all, and there were just too many different brands, i had to pick the most expensive one...

And now with 30bucks extra, i have some functions which i'd never gonna use...
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post Sep 7 2004, 12:34 PM
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Just purchased the DVICO Fusion HDTV full version yesterday from Officework's was $199 then CM discount ended up at $189 au.

Lets hope its the better of the available HD cards!
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post Sep 7 2004, 03:19 PM
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People who have bought Ultraview cards - Could you please PM me.
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post Sep 7 2004, 08:17 PM
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$135 is the wholesale price less GST for the Ultraview DVB lite
so I wonder if it's legal. Probably blackmarket sales
at the swapmeets bypassing the tax man.
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post Sep 7 2004, 10:03 PM
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Hi Guys,

Thank you to those that responded to my request above.

I have now the information that I required.

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post Sep 10 2004, 07:24 PM
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Full Version DVICO HDTV available at

http://www.digitalnow.com.au/products/dvbt.html

For $199 delivered.
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post Sep 16 2004, 03:43 PM
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UMart in Sydney have the DVICO HDTV Full & Lite and the Ultraview cards as well.

DVICO Full -W/RC & Analog in $198.00
DVICO Lite -W/RC $165.00
UltraView Full -W/RC & Analog in $176.00
UltraView Lite -W/RC $143.00

Plus $10 delivery.

Just ordered an UltraView Lite, $153 delivered should arrive tomorrow biggrin.gif.
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post Oct 15 2004, 01:11 AM
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I purchased a card aboout 1 month ago online from a reputable company (wish I had found this forum a little bit earlier and Renura's site to take advantage of his soon to be released software!). It was advertised at the time as a DVicO Fusion card with the AV inputs and was keenly priced at the time at $199, just before the prices began to drop.

Having done a little bit of research before I was a bit annoyed when the Ultraview card arrived. I knew enough to know it was the same card but generic branding, but I had bought and paid for the DVico product and felt this cheaper product had been sent in its place to maximise profit. I also believe I had seen the Ultraview card on the companys website earlier at a cheaper price, but only available as a purchase with a pc.

I sent some emails to the company and we agreed in the end to disagree. I felt they were misrepresenting themselves and told them so. I do now note they have started to sell the card as a "Dvico Fusion card by Ultraview".

At the end of the day I guess it continues to be, buyer beware!!
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