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Digital Stream DHR8206U Freeview+ HD, 1TB HDD, 3 x USB, Set Top Box with CI Slot


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  • Watch and record up to 50 Freeview Channels (Hard Disc Space: 1TB)
  • Recording Time equivalent to 500hours in SD or 250hours in HD
  • Two digital tuners allowing you to record two channels while watching a third
  • Picture in Picture feature to watch one channel and view another at same time
  • Integrated Common Interface slot for additional Pay TV channels

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Product details

  • Boxed-product Weight: 4.4 Kg
  • Item model number: DHR8206U
  • ASIN: B003V89W5C
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 9 July 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 66,131 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Manufacturer's Description

The DHR8206U Freeview+ HD PVR Set Top Box is an exciting product that enables you to record not one but two Freeview channels at the same time onto the built-in Hard Disc of 1TB while watching a third thanks to it's two digital tuners. It has an 8 Day Electronic Programme Guide which is easy to use so you don't miss out on your favourite programmes while you're out. It has some great features like Split Recordings, Picture and Text, High Definition for superior picture quality and Dolby Digital Plus for excellent sound quality, Auto re-tune, Power Saving Mode, and Picture in Picture which enables you to watch one channel while previewing another. This product also comes with one HDMI connection, two scart sockets, three USB connections, a Common Interface Slot enabling you to watch Pay TV channels and an Ethernet port so you can connect to the Internet.

A stylish and compact Set Top Box that has many great funtions and features with versatile connectivity to enhance your viewing experience.

Box Contains

  • DHR8206U Freeview+ HD PVR 1TB Set Top Box
  • Remote Control Unit
  • Batteries
  • HDMI Cable included
  • Basic Scart Lead included
  • User Guide

  • Customer Questions & Answers

    Customer Reviews

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    24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Womble on 9 Dec. 2010
    I cannot fault this machine for it's picture. It is very, very good and I defy anyone to fill up the 1TB hard drive with TV programs even in HD. We don't have HD Freeview in my area yet, but it is less than a year away so I plunged for this box now to be ready in time.

    This box has it's faults though and they may well put some people off. They did my wife but as she hates and wont use remote controls, unless she has to, it was down to me and I decided to keep it. Call me shallow but I like the way it looks and the fact that it displays the name of the program you recorded and are watching on it's display. It records 2 channels at the same time and you can watch a recording at the same time. I somehow managed to record 2 channels and watch a third at the same time. Not sure how that works with only two tuners? I might well have been mistaken.

    The system has two standby options depending how "green" you are, but I find both take far too long to turn on. We are talking 18 seconds at it's fastest!

    The menu driven system is clumsy and not that intuitive and the instruction book (yes I am male and I HAD to look at it) is little better. Everything takes too long to do and is not obvious and can even be confusing. I contacted Digital Stream's UK representative for some help and they did not bother to reply at all. Not even an acknowledgement that they were dealing with my enquiry. I was informed that I could copy recorded programs through the scart socket to a DVD recorder/VHS like you can with a Sky+ box. I can't get it to do it, there is no mention in the literature and the company doesn't answer emails.

    Hopefully the menu driven system will be dramatically improved with future firmware updates (over the air or downloaded from the web ).
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    7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Russell Marlow on 7 Mar. 2011
    Initially I was looking for a Humax machine as they had been recommended. However, I thought the 500gb memory might be restrictive given our bad habits (record things but never watch them). Then I saw the Digital Stream product with 1tb hard drive and took the plunge! I am very pleased with the choice. The displays on the TV screen are easy on the eye and straightforward to navigate around, although you do need to get a grip of 'Guide', 'Schedule' and 'Media' where everything is stored, remember where you are and what functions you can carry out! But this would be the same with any other similar product. It is not over complicated and with a little effort becomes quick and easy to use.
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    I've been using this for several months without any significant problems. I have had ocassion to warm reboot the device but this has been when the drive was getting a bit full and is probably a reflection of that - always try to keep at least a fifth of your drive free if you can for processing and other tasks. There are few fidgetty things about programming recordings etc. but on the whole it is well thought through. My main niggle has been that if I want to stop a recording earlyand it's one of a series recording, you have to agree to the series recording being cancelled as welll - a little short-sightedness which leads to either letting it run its course or having to reprogramme the series - and only AFTER that edition of he programme has finished as oherwise it will start to record it again from where it is up to until the end. Hopefully this might be corrected in the future - haven't knowingly updated the firmware as yet so maybe when that happens,little things like that will be improved. I recommend this device.
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    5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Hermoder on 24 Jun. 2011
    This unit has its good points and most of those are recorded elsewhere so I won't duplicate. However the fact that you cannot organise channels into your own order of preference, eg, BBC1, BBC1HD, BBC HD, BBC2, BBC3, BBC4, etc is a big no no. I contacted MTI who manufacture/import the machine and they advise that they have no plans to implement this "major software upgrade". In addition, changing channels using the Channel button on the remote is slowwwwwwww[...] So if you want to get from BBC1 to BBC1 HD it is a very slow process. This unit does not make for a pleasurable viewing experience.
    This unit is going back to be exchanged for the Humax model.
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    I recently bought this as my 8205u got water damaged through water coming down the inside of the cable, we have used digital stream for a while now and they knock spots off the humax, sagecom, and the inferior bush models. Although the are a bit complicated at first you do get more competent with time, the biggest plus for this model is the picture quality I have a quite old LG hd ready tv and the picture really stands out no shimmers or blurs around the edges. The 1tb hard drive is over the top really even recording in hd you cannot fill it, the EPG and series recording could be a bit less complicated, but having used digital streams for a while it comes second nature to me. I would recommend this machine to anyone, for the price tag of £130 you will not be disappointed.
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