Topfield Digital Set Top Box
Beginning in 1998, Topfield began providing video and audio equipment around the world. Based in South Korea, the company's main focus was on personal video recorders and set-top boxes. Set-top boxes provide signals used by television to display programming from cable companies, satellite networks and local television stations.
What are some features of set-top boxes?
Most set-top boxes are used by cable television providers to deliver programming to televisions. The cable companies run their lines into and around your home, and the set-top box serves as the intermediary between the cable lines and your television. With a set-top box, you can control your TV as well as use it to view on-screen prompts, such as programming guides. These boxes often work with a remote control and allow you to view live TV as well as previously seen programming and control the viewing of them, such as pause, fast forward and rewind.
What Topfield digital set-top boxes are there?
Some of the options for Topfield set-top boxes include:
A few of the features available with these set-top boxes include wired connections like USB, HDMI and digital TV tuners; built-in media player; standard-definition and high-definition decoding; and ability to record (with a portable hard drive).