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Humax DTR-T1010 1TB (1000GB) YouView HD TV Recorder with Freeview

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DTR-T1010 1TB
  • 1000GB Hard Drive Disc up to 600 hours recording time
  • Free access to over 70 channels through Freeview
  • YouView seamless on screen TV Guide Scroll backwards and forwards in time
  • Pause, record and rewind live TV
  • Record series and programmes at the touch of a button

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Style Name: DTR-T1010 1TB
  • Product Dimensions: 3.3 x 4.4 x 1.2 cm
  • Boxed-product Weight: 3.6 Kg
  • Batteries 2 AAA batteries required. (included)
  • Item model number: DTR-T1010/ 1/TB
  • ASIN: B00BEVN5J2
  • Date first available at 11 Dec 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (975 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,592 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

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Style Name: DTR-T1010 1TB

Product Description

YouView subscription free HD TV to your home-including over 70 TV and radio channels with catch up and video on demand services. Easy to use 15 day Electronic Programme Guide allows you to scroll 8 days forward and 7 days back so that you don't miss any of your favorite shows. Catch up TV includes: BBC iPlayer, ITV Player, 4oD and Demand 5. Use the Mini guide to quickly scroll through channels whilst still watching TV. Record up to 600 hours of your favorite programmes in standard definition, record series at a touch of a button. Film lovers can subcribe to Now TV powered by Sky to access a wide range of additional entertainment. Never miss another show even on the move, download the free iPhone YouView App and you can thenrecord programmes out of home. Easy set up with step by step guides and supplied cables means you will be viewing HD TV in no time.

Box Contains

Humax DTR-T1010/1TB HD TV Recorder
Quick Start Guide
User Manual
Remote Control unit with two batteries
HDMI Cable
Ethernet Cable

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4.2 out of 5 stars

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209 of 213 people found the following review helpful By Mr. S. Mcgrath on 10 Dec 2012
Style Name: HDR-1000S 1TB
I've had mine just over a week now and I have to say I'm impressed with it so far. I've been using my Sky HD box for Freesat since canceling my Sky subscription a couple of months back but obviously haven't been able to record, pause or rewind! This Humax box allows me to do that as well as a few other features which are new to the next generation of Freesat boxes.

The EPG is visually very pleasant and is similar to the SKY HD box in layout although it simply lists what's on now and next rather than showing you further in to the future. To view programs occuring later in the day you have to scroll across. To view channel types you press the List button on the remote which then gives you the common options such as Movies and Entertainment. If you select BBC1 or ITV on the EPG you can press back on the remote control and view programs available via the catch up services. This is a really useful feature although it will improve later in the year when the Channel 4 and Channel 5 demand services are added. There are also rumours Netflix will be added which would be a welcome bonus. The box also has a few nice little features like offering you the option of watching a program in HD (if available) if you select the program on one of the standard definition channels. One thing I would note is the EPG shows the channel logos rather than listed the channel name so this may make it hard to identify the channels if you're using a small TV.

Other menu options include a Showcase section which highlights popular programs available on catch-up and showing that week. There is also a Humax section which has a Wikipedia style app as well as a couple of others.
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276 of 282 people found the following review helpful By Paul on 26 Mar 2014
Style Name: HDR-1000S 500GB
I have had this box for 2 months now and previously had Sky+ for 5 years so will be making comparisons to that. I have never had any glitches or problems my Humax Freesat HDR 1000s box and am pleased with my purchase. Also to note I was happy with the Sky+ box and Sky customer service.
I am writing this review in part to correct some of the misinformation I have read in previous reviews when I was considering buying this.
* I have found the record and series link features to be faultless I have never missed the beginning or the end of any shows. (In fact I find them better than Sky+ in that with Sky I often found I had to fast forward to the start of shows, whereas the Humax starts much nearer to the beginning of the programme). You can (as with Sky) record either from the programme itself or from the guide, and are prompted to either record single programme or entire series. Also offered is the option to record in HD if you prefer. I like this feature, e.g. if you are on EPG and selecting to record a series on SD channel BBC4 it pops up would you like to record in HD.
* You can watch a previous recording whilst recording two channels and you can watch On demand, e.g. iPlayer whilst recording something.
* The layout of the channels is better than Sky. I find I watch HD channels more as there are not spread randomly all over the place; plus there is a nice feature that if you turn to e.g. BBC1 a message pops up offering you to automatically go to BBC1HD if you press ok. This is a nice feature; would be good if it happened on Channel 4 to 4HD as well. In addition you don't have to scroll through the countless number of blue screen channels that you're not subscribed to that you had to on Sky.
* Added to the improved channel layout, you can also edit channels.
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206 of 211 people found the following review helpful By L Little on 10 Sep 2013
Style Name: HDR-1010S 1TB
I've had a sky+ box with a basic package - £27 a month - for 5 years and realised that other non-subscription options were multiplying, in the last year especially. Opted for freesat over freeview after direct comparison clearly favoured freesat for it's picture quality on both SD and HD channels. Freesat also seemed more future proof than freeview. Interestingly, John Lewis, where I bought it, use satellite reception for their display TVs.

The set-up was easy - just unplugged the satellite cables from the sky+ box, screwed them into the Humax, connected the HDMI to the TV, and it was off and running. The Onscreen guide (EPG) is almost as easy to use as the Sky and easily learnt without poring over manuals - my wife has no complaints - which is a reasonable benchmark for user friendliness. Great picture quality and huge storage capacity.

The wi-fi built-in makes it likely that Netflix et al will not be long in arriving. The on demand services already available include 4OD and 5, as well as iPlayer and itvplayer. YouTube is surprisingly crisp, DVD quality with no interruptions and this is with a broadband speed of about 2-3 Mb/s.

As for the heavy initial outlay, this will pay for itself in 10 months. No major gripes - it's had some firmware upgrades which presumably ironed out earlier problems picked up by reviewers and of course the ondemand service has expanded as promised. Slightly irked that the remote can't be reprogrammed to control the TV although there are universal remotes I suppose.
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