I've got a solution for Mac Users, use TvEye : by pure co-incidence it encodes tv or video input to MPEG-1 Quicktime format on your Mac HD. Re-name the file to say MOV00001.MPG and put it onto a memory stick into folders: you need to create DCIM/101MSDCF on the stick. You can then play the file from MoviePlayer in perfect stereo on your UX!!!!!!
MPEG-1 files are big, they say 650Mb for 1 hour of video so you can use your Mac to record 1 hr 30 minutes of video at really high quality video onto a 1 GB MS Pro .I have compared it to Kimona and Image Converter and it's picture/sound quality is far far superior. Size of files are an issue so go get a 1 Mg MS Pro from ebay and enjoy.
Looks like Mac users have a unique solution as TvEye is a Mac only product. It will record for as long as your Mac HD has space so none of the 9 minute limitations of most Windows Capture devices. Only limitation is the size of your MS as there it is no format converter as such (unless you use Kimona). You need to feed a RF or Video/Audio signal into the device which connects to your Mac through USB 1.1.
$199 US or £175 GBP it's a lot cheaper than the Sony PVR and no 15 fps limitations, it'll record at full 25 fps PAL or 29.97 NTSC .....
Enjoy, we Mac users are still ahead of the 'others'