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The Grundig GUFSAT01HD is a Freesat satellite set-top box which allows you to receive free-to-air 'Freesat' satellite services. Once connected to your dish and TV, you'll be able to enjoy the large range on channels Freesat has to offer, inducing the new High Definition (HD) channels such as BBC HD and ITV HD with no subscription fee to pay. Perfect for the digital switchover, the GUFSAT01HD can receive all existing freesat digital satellite channels.

Not only that, but via its HDMI connection this magical box will let you view HD channels in all their glory and will even upscale standard definition channels to 720p or 1080i - a great way to get the best out of your HD Ready… more » flatscreen. If you don't have a HD-Ready TV or an HDMI connection, don't panic, because the GUFSAT01HD also has Scart connectivity and will work fine with older sets. There's even a optical digital audio output which is perfect for connection to a home cinema system and allows you to enjoy Dolby Digital Surround sound (when broadcast).

This little box of tricks is also perfect as an alternative to Freeview in areas with poor terrestrial TV reception, as Freesat can be received all over the UK providing you have a correctly installed dish. The GUFSAT01HD also makes it easy to find what you want to watch thanks to its easy to use Electronic Programmes Guide (EPG). A host of high quality, high definition entertainment at your finger tips and not a subscription fee in sight, Go HD with Freesat and the Grundig GUFSAT01HD today

High Definition Programmes
Access all Freesat Channels and Radio Stations
BBC iPlayer Ready
7 Day On-Screen Guide
Less than 1W Standby Power
Interactive Services (Red Button)
Digital Text
Automatic / Manual Channel Search
Audio Description Capable
1 x HDMI Socket
1 x Scart Socket
Digital Audio Out
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I just wish I could cut-and-paste the description that well....
Might be worth checking this link out first :-)

Had the Goodmans badged version of this for a few years now. Initial software was flaky, but has been reasonably usable since update a long time ago now. Occasionally it loses the sound after a HD channel change and/or gets 'stalled' after some iPlayer'ing but a power cable disconnect/re-connect has always solved to date. Nowhere near as nice an interface as the Humax but that's a lot more £. I'd say £25 is a HUKD for this, but more is putting too much money into franky an 'unbranded' box and looking for a cleverer box with USB recording etc w/be more worthwhile.
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Two slight problems.

1 It's Grundig - it will pack up in the first few months.
2 You're getting it from Play - they won't help you after 30 days.

You might as well throw the money down the drain.
Yeah I think this is quite expensive for what it is. Got mine for £39 from Tesco awhile ago and the iplayer is kinda slow. Plus, every so often it doesnt detect my ethernet connection, which is rather annoying and the interface is ok but it could be better.

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