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Sagemcom DTR67320T Freeview + Digital TV Recorder 320GB

by Sagemcom
3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (127 customer reviews)
RRP: 149.99
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  • Pause, rewind and record Live TV
  • Simultaneous viewing of one channel and recording another channel
  • HDMI upscaling
  • Digital Audio Output
  • Parental Control
This product is not suitable for Freesat
This product is suitable for receiving Freeview channels via a terrestrial aerial. This product is not suitable for using with satellite dishes. If you are looking for a receiver to use with your satellite dish please choose a Freesat product. Click here for more details.

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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 19.9 x 31 x 4.6 cm ; 1.3 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 2 Kg
  • Item model number: DTR67320
  • ASIN: B003CFB1QC
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 1 Aug 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (127 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 11,474 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Product Description

Never miss a thing
The Sagemcom Freeview+ DTR67320T digital TV recorder gives you access to over 50 TV and 24 radio channels, giving you more choice, and if you have a HD Ready TV you can upscale your picture to 1080i giving you clearer, sharper images. The 320GB hard disk drive means that you never have to miss your favourite programme again; just set up your recording and get up to 160 hours of recording time. The USB port enables you to export your recorded content to an external hard drive, freeing up your hard drive to record even more great content. You can even display your photos and play your music files by plugging in your USB key.

Electronic Programme Guide (EPG)
The Electronic Programme Guide (EPG) is the heart of your unit and you can either access it via the MENU (GUIDE) or directly from your remote control (GUIDE). Here you will find an overview of all the current & upcoming programmes and you can set up recordings or check what will be broadcasted during the next 8 days. Use the "info" button to get more information for a specific programme. You can set recording directly from the overview or schedule timer and reminders of your favourites.

Recording made Easy
Recording made easy, series link and twin tuner features You never have to miss your favourite programme again! With the on screen electronic programme guide, select in advance and record your favourite films, dramas, documentaries or sport to be watched at your convenience. If the programme you love is part of a series you can simply select to record the entire series at a touch of a button. It will prompt you when you press record whether you wish to just record that episode or the entire series; simple. With the Twin Tuner you can watch one digital channel while recording another, or record two channels simultaneously whilst wafavouritestching a previous recording.

Picture in picture
Picture in Picture is a feature of our Sagemcom Freeview+ recorder where you can watch one programme (channel) displayed on your TV screen in full and at the same time have another programme displayed in inset window, for example in the bottom right hand corner, great for when you want to watch the end of your favourite programme and are waiting for another to start on a different channel.

Recording library and personalised folders
So you're starting to build a library of content, you can now start organising it into personal folders, for example Mum's folder, Dad's folder or categorise them into genres like Movies, Children's or Entertainment. The recording folder system allows you to create personalised folders rather than having all recordings in one long and confusing list. Furthermore, if you are recording a series, the DTR67320 automatically creates folder titled by the programme name. All current and upcoming episodes will be stored there unless you move it. Ones in your folders, before you choose a particular episode to watch you can preview it in a window on the right hand site of the screen. This is so much better than just having a long list of recorded content in alphabetical order.

Environment Friendly
The Sagemcom DTR 67320T Digital TV Recorder is an eco-friendly device that consumes less than 2W of energy when in standby mode, helping to keep your energy bills low and having minimum impact on the environment.

Product Description

Sagem DTR67320T Freeview+ Digital TV Recorder with 320GB Hard Drive....

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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews
53 of 53 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Older generation friendly! 11 July 2010
By Rabbit
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It's now May 2012, have had this product for almost 2 years and its still going strong with no glitches or problems. Very easy to set up and use. I'm in my 60's and had no problems with setup or recording. Press the "guide" button on the remote then just find the programme you want to watch and press the "record" button on the remote and that's it. To view what you recorded just press the "list" button on the remote, select the programme you recorded and press the "ok" button. Even my 70 year old friend who is very intelligent, but a self confessed total technophobe, learned how to record and view within minutes. I have it linked up to an older TV which has a scart connection and the picture quality is excellent. The "everyday use" section of the user manual is easy to follow, and the other more advanced functions are not really difficult either. For the money this is a really good PVR if you are not ready yet for HD TV. Some reviewers have mentioned the time delay between pressing standby and selecting a freeview channel. Yes there is a slight delay ... I timed it and it is only 30 secs, so what's the rush?
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174 of 176 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Surprisingly good! 22 May 2010
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This PVR packs a pretty massive capacity - my previous recorder was 120GB which seemed impressive at the time - but 320GB is amongst the biggest hard disk I've seen in a recorder.

Set up is very easy and doesn't take too long, it's basically case of connecting up and then letting it scan for channels. It's important to note that this device is very quiet - there's no annoying hum or hiss of the hard disk that I've experienced in some. It does look like an electric alarm clock though, but that large red LCD display is clear without being too dominating.

The basic features you expect from a PVR work well with this model. The dual tuners can record a program whilst you watch another, or you can even record two things at the same time. The TV guide function shows the channel that you are already watching as you look at what's on the other channels. It is sometimes a bit slow to respond and there is the occasional bit of lag between pressing the remote control and the box reacting. But it does the job well!

If you're using the HDMI port rather than SCART then you'll notice the upscaling, it did a great job with this and it looked every bit as good as the Panasonic recorder I usually use. The 'series record' function is easy to set up but I can't tell you how effective it is as I've only had this unit for 1 day so far - I'll update the review if it fails to record an episode of Doctor Who! The unit also automatically records the channel you're watching temporarily, this means that if you are disturbed by the telephone (for example) you can then rewind and continue where you left off. Or of you decide 10 minutes in that the program you are watching could be enjoyed by another member of the family you can click record and it will record it from the beginning.
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86 of 87 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A great piece of kit 12 May 2010
I originally bought an LG machine from Argos that drove me to distraction, I hunted around the internet for a replacement and came across some very good reviews for this machine. My problem was that I had never heard of Sagem and was a bit wary, however the Amazon returns policy convinced me to try it so my order went in.

It is a superb machine. Setup was easy and straightforward and the on-screen instructions are easy to follow. It records 2 programs at once, lets you delete and set up when it is already recording and lets you organise recorded programs into separate folders. For some reason it did not find ITV3 but that is not a problem for me.
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Easy peasy! 3 Aug 2010
This is so easy to use that we are thinking of getting one for my 90 year old mother in law! Having been without anything for recording programs for 4 years this has transformed our watching completely. We haven't had any problems using it and thoroughly recomend it.....you can't go wrong.
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42 of 43 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars very handy 22 Aug 2010
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I've been using this Freeview HDD recorder for 3 months with only a couple of minor problems.

As a technophobe I dread the arrival of electronic items. I have vivid recollections of "attach male cable JF796XYto modulus female connection 163/27B via S892 feminine connector section P" (connecting our first video recorder - give me flat pack furniture anytime). Being a technophobe I can only comment on the ease or difficulty of the usability; functionality and connection; as well as appearance.

Inside the box I received the Sagem Freeview recorder, a remote control, 2 AAA batteries, the power cable, and SCART cable.

CONNECTION: There are a number of connection ports (13) of various shapes and sizes on the rear of the machine which would normally have been daunting - I can recognise a SCART connection port and the HDMI port is clearly labelled. Fortunately, all the other port connections are covered by the diagrams in the user manual.

There is a basic diagram showing how to connect the box to the TV and the aerial. Once connected to the TV and aerial you can move onto the more complex diagram showing how to connect other items like a signal amplifier and a decoder (such as a Sky box), as well as a VHS/DVD recorder.

SET UP: The guide to the set-up menu in the manual is extremely vague, fortunately there are on screen instructions which you can follow. Not being savvy in this area I admit it took me a minute to work out where the channel was on the TV. Once found I discovered that logging the channels was mostly trial and error - it took me 4 times before I finally managed to save the searched TV channels for results.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
1.0 out of 5 stars DO NOT BUY!
This didn't work right from day one, replaced it at curry's, worked fine for a few months then rubbish. stuck with it now. Do not buy.
Published 1 month ago by S. Hughes
5.0 out of 5 stars Easy to use
Bought as a replacement my old Sagem is eight years old, but still working now in another room. Went for same make/ model type as easy to install, very reliable and simple to find... Read more
Published 2 months ago by Christine Toland
4.0 out of 5 stars Better than expected
Easy to install , slight noise when first booting up apart from that great picture reception and playback. Gives a sharper picture than normal Freeview.
Published 3 months ago by rainman
5.0 out of 5 stars Sagem recorder
I have purchased one of these before. I would highly recommend it to anyone looking for a good freeview recorder.
Published 4 months ago by Stella Miller
3.0 out of 5 stars Slightly Disappointed
I bought this 9 months ago and loved the neatness of its size, setting it up was easy and workings were very straightforward. Read more
Published 5 months ago by J. Urquhart
2.0 out of 5 stars not working after 10 months
i am at present looking for the receipt to return as it has ceased to work already the product has stopped functioning correctly,stops recording half way through a recording
Published 8 months ago by john
4.0 out of 5 stars Goodlooking compact unit
Had to replace our previous recorder due to a malfunction,but it had given good service,so i bought the same model again.Now called Sagemcom instead of just Sagem. Read more
Published 10 months ago by G.Darton
1.0 out of 5 stars Useful paperweight
This deserves less than a star - this is the 3rd sagem freeview box (due to funding issues) and they are all the same, randomly missing programs in the record list, freezes all... Read more
Published 12 months ago by L. Roberts
1.0 out of 5 stars Junk - avoid!
In a nutshell - this and similar products by this company are utter junk. You only have to look at some of the reviews here and elsewhere for similar products by Sagemcom. Read more
Published 13 months ago by K. Marriott
3.0 out of 5 stars Disspointed with compatability - good customer service though
Bought this back in Jan 2013 to replace an earlier sagem that I thought had gone Kaput after an electrical storm (but subsequently worked again after 'resting' for a day without... Read more
Published 13 months ago by Mr. G. C. Morgan-Watson
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