Humax HDR-FOX T2 Freeview+ HD Twin Tuner with 1TB Recorder

July 1, 2013 - Comment

The award-winning Humax Foxsat HDR T2 now comes with a massive 1TB hard drive for even more HD TV storage. With free access to High Definition channels, the Humax HDR-Fox T2 1TB is the perfect partner for your HD TV. In addition to free HD channels from the BBC, ITV and Channel 4, the HDR-Fox

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The award-winning Humax Foxsat HDR T2 now comes with a massive 1TB hard drive for even more HD TV storage. With free access to High Definition channels, the Humax HDR-Fox T2 1TB is the perfect partner for your HD TV. In addition to free HD channels from the BBC, ITV and Channel 4, the HDR-Fox T2 will still receive the usual standard Freeview TV and radio services, meaning you don’t miss out on your existing channels: High Definition TV through your standard aerial for free! Unlike other Freeview HD set-top boxes, the HDR-FOXT2 doesn’t leave it at that. Also included is a built-in 1TB hard drive. This personal video recorder will let you record up to 600 hours of standard TV or around 250 hours of HD TV. It also lets you buffer the program material for up to 2 hours – perfect for watching a program from the beginning whilst it’s still recording. Furthermore, twin tuners give you the flexibility to watch a different channel to the one you’re recording or record two channels at the same time! As you’d expect, there’s an easy to use 8-day onscreen guide and interactive TV service via MHEG. When it comes to connecting the HDR Fox T2 1TB up to your TV, use the HDMI socket for HD transmission of sound and vision. If you’re still waiting for an HD TV, then you can use the standard SCART socket in the meantime. Should you want to plug the HDR-Fox T2 through your hi-fi or home cinema then it will happily oblige with both RCA phono and optical digital outputs. Added to this you’ll find a USB socket. This allows you to plug in external hard drives or memory sticks and playback your saved media. With the Ethernet socket you can also plug the T2 into your home network and share content with other devices such as your PC. For all your High Definition TV viewing and recording needs, the 5-star, award-winning Humax HDR-FOXT2 is your one stop shop – no subscription required!

Product Features

  • Freeview
  • Freeview HD
  • Freeview +
  • HDMI

Comments

A. Korsner "Adrian Korsner" says:

Not a lot of competition but doesn’t really need any. My aged Thompson gave up the ghost four months ago so I needed a new box. We run three freeview PVRs and so I have had lots of experience with different brands and software. I already have a marvellous Toppy but its an old one without HDMI. Its as good as it gets as far as a freeview PVR is concerned and the backup from the blogs and the amazing ability to download apps which make it run so conveniently made me look to this stable again.Sadly, it seems that this top notch company has not moved with the times and does not currently offer a machine with HD. I looked around and there was really little choice but the Humax so I dived in and bought one. Happily I can report almost complete satisfaction. Really easy to set up, if you can call just downloading the channels, setting up. Once connected, the HD channels blew my mind, eyes and ears. I had no idea just how different the technology is between HD and regular transmissions. The box is really two in one; an HD box and a…

R. F. Stevens "richard23491" says:

Excellent Freeview+ HD tuner and recorder, and more… I was forced into buying this because my in the kitchen did not have a good enough Freeview tuner to do justice to the excellent display. I am so pleased with the Humax; using the HDMI interface in 1080p mode I can make the Samsung display the whole picture without over-scan cropping the picture. The HD pictures are superb, and the up-scaler from SD in the Humax is a very good one, without any of the silly and redundant noise-reduction features of the Samsung. And the Humax is a twin-tuner recorder too!The EPG in the Humax is excellent, very easy to navigate, and one soon gets used to the fact that it also displays past programs as well – the time line at the top shows where we are. Normal detail navigation with the remote control uses the central four NSEW buttons around the select button; channel page jump is by using the program up-down buttons; time jump uses the >> or <<...

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