Humax Foxsat HDR 1TB Freesat HD Digital TV Recorder (Requires Satellite Dish) (Old model)

July 1, 2013 - Comment

Freesat HD receiver with a 1TB recorder built in so you will never miss those programs you love and keep them to watch over again.Freesat HD and SD Channel RecordingRecord 2 channels at the same time – or watch one while recording anotherUnder 1W power consumption while in standbyMassive 1TB Hard DriveHDMI Interface for perfect

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Freesat HD receiver with a 1TB recorder built in so you will never miss those programs you love and keep them to watch over again.Freesat HD and SD Channel RecordingRecord 2 channels at the same time – or watch one while recording anotherUnder 1W power consumption while in standbyMassive 1TB Hard DriveHDMI Interface for perfect transmissions of picture and soundDolby Digital audio output (S/PDIF)HDCP CompliantUpscaling for Standard Definition channelsFull colour high resolution electronic programme guide

Product Features

  • 1 TB Hard drive
  • Record in HD and SD

Comments

Aleinmk says:

Satellite just got better I’d like to start with thanking other reviewers notes which went a long way to helping make the decision to ditch SKY and go for a Humax box.SETUPUnplug your Sky box, connect the Humax, switch on and follow the automated menu’s – job done! Initially we found the remote nowhere near as intuitive as the Sky controller, and the manual not having an index was a tad irritating, however there are so many forums on the Humax PVR box, that mastering features like the recurring recordings, recorded programmes menu etc is easy…. when you know how and where to find it, 1 week on and no problems. There isn’t an RF output to feed a second TV, but this is easily resolved by the addition of a Universal Modulator, a what? I hear people say! It plugs into either of the scart sockets on the back of the PVR, and presto normal TV antenna connections are ready. You can also programme the remote for other audio visual devices such as BluRay players, tv etc.QUALITYQuiet…

SQUARE EYES says:

500GB FOXSAT HD PVR I bought this sat box and cancelled sky HD and second room all options that was costing £71 per month. The choice of programmes and quality over the satelite are more than adequate. The stop, pause, rewind, tv is dead easy to use and the record option from the on-screen guide is as simple as the sky one was.If you have sky, kick it into touch and grab yourself one of these, it will pay for itself in 3 monts!!

J. Kirby says:

Great product at a good price! This prduct was bought for my parents and I have been very impressed with its simplicty having heard some reviews say how complicated it was compared to Sky+ (which I have).Set-up is simple with everything automated, the only thing you need to do is insert your postcode for regional viewing settings.I would say it is slightly more complex than Sky+ in that you store all series linked (or multiples of each programme) in separated folders (as you would on a PC) but anyone who has ever used a computer or read the instructions will pick it up immediately.Picture quality in SD is at least as good as Sky SD and the freesat HD channels look great (pity you only have 3 at present). Both my parents and myself live in a weak freeview signal area so the reassurance of no picture drop out was the main reason for freesat rather than freeview.With most new HD TV’s now having only a freeview HD receiver (except Panasonic), this box gives you the ability to see the full range…

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