Humax PVR9300T 500GB Freeview+ Standard Definition Digital TV Recorder
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- 500GB Hard Drive, record up to 300 hours of TV
- Pause, record, rewind Live TV
- Series Recording, Accurate Recording, Smart Recording
- HDMI upscaling
- Standby power : less than 1W
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Dont miss your favourite programmes ever again! Equipped with the latest technology and a slimline design, the Humax PVR9300TB provides digital terrestrial broadcast reception, and offers up to 300 hours worth of recording with its integrated 500GB hard disk drive. It enables you to record 1 channel while watching another and to record 2 channels simultaneously while playing back a previous recording. There's also Picture in Picture so you can enjoy 2 of your favourite programmes at the same time. The Humax PVR9300TB has a highly sensitive tuner for excellent reception and a live 8 day Electronic Programme Guide (EPG), for even better programme information on all channels. It also enables subtitles, digital teletext, and interactive features. The PVR9300TB is also compatible with broadcasts carrying the Audio Description service, which offers a useful narration for sight impaired people.
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This machine is working great, simple menus which are easy to use, no fan noise, records as set including series link and so far we have made little use of the massive disc space. So very pleased with it.
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It seems like there are so many problems with all these TV recorders. Maybe the technology is just too new or something. But if you are going to get a TV recorder then I would recommend buying through Amazon, because their customer service is top and even though I had my Sagem for over a month Amazon still took it back. This Humax 500gb is not sold by Amazon but by a company through Amazon and thus does not have the brilliant service and return policy that Amazon has. Since these TV recorders seem to be so prone to messing up I would definitely recommend going through a company that has proven its great customer service like Amazon. I'm going to try and buy the Humax again, because there just is not much else on the market. Though I'm going to go with the Humax 320gb this time because Amazon directly sells that one.
Even the channels it does find freeze and fade in and out.
Would be great piece if kit if it worked am going to persevere and try a second one...will update
Replacement now received and is working as it should. The instructions seem clearer on this one and channel set up worked first time. When it works it is good so if you get adodgy one send for a replacement straight away!
A Digital TV Recorder that forgets to record TV programs is somewhat disappointing - this thing has a nasty habit of working perfectly for several weeks and then suddenly decides to dump its recording schedule for no apparent reason. I've lost count of the number of times this has happened, resulting in missed programs and much bad language. Clearly Humax didn't test the firmware adequately in their rush to get it onto the market, and they also can't be bothered to fix the firmware over the air. A shame, because it could have been such a good product.
I'm going to dust off my ancient, outdated, but 100% reliable Sony and this piece of junk is going in the bin where it belongs. I won't be buying anything else made by Humax.
My current Bush freeview box has a dying hard drive, so I now need to find a different freeview box within my price range to replace it (I was really counting on having one of these Humax boxes). I am tempted to take a leap of faith and purchase the higher end Humax HDR Fox T2 - if anyone knows of it's reliability etc. please comment - it seems to have slightly better reviews than this product, but I do not want to spend a lot more money on this model only to end up sending a third box back! I was under the impression that Humax led the world of set-top boxes, but my confidence in them has definitely been shaken.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Worked perfectly for years, then pixilated on all channels. Tried a number of resets and fixes to no avail. ABOUT TO JUNK.Published 7 months ago by I. Zaneres
Be very wary when buying Humax PVRs, when you have to re-format the disc (as you will once the warranty period expires, you will lose all the recorded programmes! Read morePublished 12 months ago by C S Ralph
few problems setting up but all working and very easy to use even better than Thomson box I had before very happy with itPublished 14 months ago by janastacia
I liked this product so much I purchased a second one. A really helpful feature is that it records the subtitles as I am hard of hearing.Published 18 months ago by Ms Valerie Matthews