This isn't exactly a PC question, but it's an electronic question so maybe someone can help. Due to a lack of revenue I decided to pretend it's last century and watch TV with an indoor antenna. Can ya believe it? At one time almost everyone used antennas. Or they went to plays. lol
My TV is analogue so I had to buy a converter box. I want to tell everyone that the quality of the picture coming in over the air blew me away. If I didn't know it was an antenna I would never have guessed. In a few days I'm getting a signal booster because I'm 30 miles from most stations.
But now for the question/problem. I bought a cheap Proscan converter box, Model 102-B. Maybe that wasn't a great idea. This box can do a whole lot more than convert digital signals to analogue ones. Had I realized this I would have spent more bucks on it. Here's the issue. It can even act like a DVR and record shows when I'm there as well as when I'm not. However, I need to buy a flash drive. So, bearing in mind the cash crunch what should I buy? I think flash drives can be reused, but those are more money? My main question is how much space do I need to record a 1 hr TV show? I also notice flash drives are 2.0 or 3.0. Can I use a 2.0 they are cheaper.
I feel so stupid asking this question that at least I hope I made someone get a laugh.