- Boxed-product Weight: 1.8 Kg
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- Item model number: HDR-S 320GB
- ASIN: B009EO8CW6
- Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 27 Sept. 2012
- Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars See all reviews (123 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 82,204 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
Manhattan Plaza HDR-S HD Freesat Receiver and PVR with Built-In 320GB HDD
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- Record up to 200 hours into the built-in 320GB HDD
- On Demand TV with BBC iPlayer & ITV Player
- Full 1080p HD & upconversion of SD sources
- Auto scan of freesat & non-freesat channels
- Whisper-quiet operation with fanless design
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The Plaza HDR-S 320GB is an extremely capable Freesat HD receiver and PVR with the built-in HDD 320GB
The simple switching between Freesat and non-Freesat channel lists and the inclusion of both types of channel in the favourites makes this receiver a good choice for anyone wanting everything that 28’E has to offer
Its reception performance is excellent and it will record up to 200 hours (125 hours of HD)
The Plaza HDR-S 320GB must be connected via Ethernet to a minimum actual broadband speed of 2Mbps for On Demand TV with BBC iPlayer & ITV Player
Connections : LNB IN, HDMI, 2 x SCART sockets, Ethernet, Optical SPDIF, Power
Remote Control & batteries
User guide & Quick Start Guide
External Power supply
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Top Customer Reviews
Picture and sound are first class the HD image is crisp while the upscaled SD picture is good if the source is in any way decent, the PVR aspect has so far been glitch free. Selection of programmes for recording is simple and locating them in the library quick and painless. I only have a single input so can't comment how well it works when recording and watching different channels. UPDATE - have fitted a second cable so now have fully dual input capability. Works just fine in record A/watch B, record A & B and record A & B while playing back from library modes
The remote is small and very light but has not posed any handling issues for me. The direction "sensitively" is greater than that of a SKY remote but its good enough not to harm usability. 320 GBs capacity will possibly be an issue for some but I'm not one for archiving every episode of long running series so 200 SD/80 HD hours storage is fine for me.Read more ›
I feel that there should be a warning about this as I have a product which I like, but will continue to have a problem with unless I change TV
Addded on 1st November 2013
Having lived with this unit now for a couple of months I am frankly sick of it. It continually freezes up and needs to be disconnected from the power source, sometimes for several hours, before it will reboot. Dont buy - go for Humax or something else!!!!
I'm loving this box!
The unit's tolerable, though, and fairly usable. Initial setup was easy. The BBC iPlayer thing works well enough; if you want to see the ITV one too, don't type in a Scottish postal code for yourself. There's not much of a selection of twin-tuner Freesat+ boxes in the market, after all, and none of the affordable ones get glowing reviews.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought three receivers for different locations over the years.
I can only recommend - never buy a Manhatten Plaza - all three receivers completely failed after just over 2... Read more
I bought mine on the 5 of March 2014,and last week the hard drive failed.I did write a favourable review when I bought it as it seemed quite good value compared to sky. Read morePublished 13 months ago by PAUL
Box does what was expected. No issues setting up. Box takes a few seconds to boot but once aware that is not an issue.Published 17 months ago by Irene MacGadie
I don't normally mark products down, but this box didn't work for me. The first box failed and was replaced by Amazon under guarantee and the replacement failed within 30 days. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Living in France