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Humax HDR-2000T Freeview+ HD Digital TV Recorder

 

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HDR with 2 HD tuners for recording up to 2 channels simultaneously while watching a third. Broadband and internet for catching up with BBC iPlayer, Youtube or accessing other content.

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Features

Warranty length 1 Year (2 Years on registration)
Brand Humax
Product Award What HiFi Award 5 Stars

Tech Specs

System Resource
Flash memory: 128MB
DRAM: 512MB
HDD: 500GB/1TB

 

Front-end
Tuner type: DVB-T2
Input: IEC 169-2 Female
RF: IEC 169-2, Male
Demodulation: OFDM
MPEG: Stream AV Decoding 
Stream: MPEG-4 II/ 2 ISO/IEC
Aspect Ratio: 4:3, 16:9, Letter box
Vid Res: 1080p,1080i,720p,576p,576i
Decoding: Dolby MS 10 Surround
Mode: Single/Dual Mono/Stereo/Joint Stereo

 

Front Panel
Display: None
LED: 1 (2-in-1 Color)
Red: Recording, stand-by
Blue: Operating
Buttons: 5 touch keys
USB: 1 (USB 2.0)

 

Rear Panel
SCART: 1 TV
RCA: 1 Video, 2 Audio
S/PDIF: 1
HDMI: version 1.4a (HDCP)
Data port: Ethernet RJ-45
USB: 1(USB 2.0)
Power cord Type: UK 3pin fixed
Tuner: 1 UHF loop-through

 

Power Supply
Input voltage: AC 90-250V
Type: External Adaptor (12V/2.5A)
Power consumption: Standby <0.5W

 

General
Dimensions (WHD): 320 x 50 x 245mm
Weight (Net): 1.83 kg

Product Description

The Humax HDR-2000T allows you to watch and record Freeview and Freeview HD channels with access to up to 50 Freeview channels & 24 radio channels - all without monthly subscription charges.

Simply plug the HDR-2000T into your HD-ready TV via HDMI to enjoy 10 high definition (HD) channels, as well as access to up to 50 Freeview standard definition TV channels and 24 radio channels.

What is Freeview?

Freeview is a free television service that delivers over 50 TV Channels, and 24 digital radio channels via a terrestrial TV aerial. You receive these TV/radio signals from your aerial via equipment that has the Freeview digital tuners built inside like TV’s and set top boxes.

The Freeview+HD service delivers 10 HD Channels including: BBC One HD, BBC Two HD, ITV 1HD and Channel 4, you will need a HD Ready TV to see the full 1080p picture resolution, Humax Manufactures a number of Freeview HD Digital TV Recorders (DTR) that easily connect to your TV for maximum viewing pleasure.

Recording Flexibility

With the HDR-2000T, you can record up to 300 hours of standard definition TV programmes or up to 125 hours of HD TV, which can be selected from an easy to view electronic programme guide. The 8 day EPG allows you to plan your future viewing, by using the remote control you can simply highlight the channel and show you wish to record and press the record button.

Now you can record an entire series at the touch of a button. When you select a show for recording, series recording will give you the option to record the whole series, so all the episodes of your favourite show will be saved automatically. The twin digital tuner allows you to record two programmes simultaneously; you can even watch one channel whilst recording another.

No Clashes

Sometimes you might encounter recording clashes if you try view and record more than two programmes at the same time, and the guide will suggest alternative ways in which you can still view or record your favourite shows. If you come home and you cannot wait to watch your recording programme you can use the chase play function, so that you can start viewing from the beginning whilst the show continues to record.

There's no need to worry about missing a recording if the programme schedule changes, like a football match going into extra time or a breaking news flash. Accurate recording tracks the start of your programme, so your recordings are always complete. Split recording lets you record two-part programmes with a break in the middle, so you don't miss the second half.

Enhanced Viewing

The Humax TV Portal is your gateway to a host of extra catch-up and on-demand services. Simply connect the HDR-2000T to your home broadband connection, either by Ethernet cable directly or via powerline adaptors or a Humax wireless dongle, to access services including YouTube, BBC iPlayer, and Internet Radio. Additional services to be added in the future.

Best Resolution

When connected to a HD ready TV set via the HDMI lead the HDR-2000T 500GB will ensure the best resolution possible on your TV screen in 1080P, 1080i, 720P, 576P, or 576i. Enjoy the intense images and vibrant colours of HD channels from the BBC, ITV, C4 and S4C (Wales only), all subscription-free.

The box will also upscale standard definition programmes, making sure every image looks as fantastic as possible. Audio output is highlighted by Dolby Digital Plus, so you get the purest and cleanest cinema sound in your living room.

Press Reviews

  • 'Best PVR 2016' (What Hi-Fi Magazine)

  • The formality of another Humax five-star review should not detract from the talent of its boxes, nor the joy of watching them. For; loads of features, easy to use, great picture and sound' (What Hi-Fi Magazine)

  • 'You need hardly be in British Mensa to recognise the pattern here: Humax releases a home recording device, it gets five stars – it’s as straightforward as that.' (What Hi-Fi Magazine)

  • 'Like the rest of Humax’s range, it has a well-stocked suite of smart features, including catch-up channels and access to YouTube and internet radio, as well as the ability to play videos and MP3, and share photos via its USB ports.' (What Hi-Fi Magazine)

  • 'So, a familiar pattern then? Don’t say we didn’t warn you. But if it’s too repetitive, come back when a Humax box doesn’t get a five-star review; that’ll be the day it doesn’t do everything it says on the box.' (What Hi-Fi Magazine)

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