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HUMAX PVR 9300T £127.00 - Tesco Instore

£127.00 @ Tesco
Hi, First post. Was in Tesco Extra, Rutherglen, Glasgow this afternoon and spotted the best price I have seen yet for a Humax 9300T. I have just bought the 9150T from Richer Sounds for £3.00 more. … Read More
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Hi, First post.

Was in Tesco Extra, Rutherglen, Glasgow this afternoon and spotted the best price I have seen yet for a Humax 9300T. I have just bought the 9150T from Richer Sounds for £3.00 more. Typical !
The price label was a standard yellow and red reduction one so would guess it's not store specific.
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#1
Anyone know if I can connect this up to the sky+ box to transfer programmes over?
#2
Not the encrypted ones
I can record whats being shown on screen via the scart in the back of the tv set
[Moderator]#3
Nice find and good 1st deal, voted hot :)
#4
Though the deal isn't available online, here's a link to the PVR, for info:
http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.204-2046.aspx

Manufacturer site (manual available on this paeg as well)
http://www.humaxdigital.com/uk/products/product_stb_terrestrial_pvr9300t.aspx

Really good price - voted hot - thanks for posting.
#5
DVB-T2 (freeview HD) is coming, so you'll see stock dumped of these
#6
speculatrix
DVB-T2 (freeview HD) is coming, so you'll see stock dumped of these


released today @ John Lewis in Oxford Street.
#7
speculatrix
DVB-T2 (freeview HD) is coming, so you'll see stock dumped of these


It's coming slowly and not for a full roll out until 2012 so I doubt they will be dumping stock that quickly especially as they are expecting the DTR to cost ~£300. Non-HD DTR's will be around for quite a while until the HD chipset prices come down.

Rob
#8
It was the 9150T in stockport :(
#9
Also the 9150T in Cardiff too at this price ...
#10
9150T was £124.95 on RicherSounds website yesterday/today and option of 10% for 5yrs cover (refundable if not used). More in store, but if you quote website they will sell at website price.
#11
speculatrix
DVB-T2 (freeview HD) is coming, so you'll see stock dumped of these


It was "in stock" on HumaxDirect yesterday/today at
http://www.humaxdirect.co.uk/product.asp?ProdRef=10090&cat=stb
£180 and "this is not a recorder"

MKD
#12
welshblob
Non-HD DTR's will be around for quite a while until the HD chipset prices come down. Rob

Not just price but availability too - an LG spokesman at CES was blaming shortage of HD chips for their not including as standard on all forthcoming sets (though I'm sure the price delta for HD over SD chipset is a major issue too as the supply/price are totally interconnected).

MKD
#13
saintscouple
released today @ John Lewis in Oxford Street.


what was? a Humax DVB-T2 PVR?
#14
mk-donald
It was "in stock" on HumaxDirect yesterday/today at
http://www.humaxdirect.co.uk/product.asp?ProdRef=10090&cat=stb
£180 and "this is not a recorder"

MKD


Yes, not cheap. Tempted - we get Crystal Palace freeview. Probably get one for the World Cup though...
#15
speculatrix;7828964
DVB-T2 (freeview HD) is coming, so you'll see stock dumped of these


It's already available from Maplins http://www.maplin.co.uk/Module.aspx?ModuleNo=388282&C=Froogle&U=388282&T=Module with free delivery for this weekend only.

I have one of the PVR 9300 and it is a cracking machine in my opinion. The HD for the DVB-T2 won't be available until 2012 so, if HD is a must for you, you could buy the Freesat version (as I did). There are only two HD channels on it at present but more are due to be rolled out from Spring of this year onwards. :thumbsup:
#16
dink
It's already available from Maplins http://www.maplin.co.uk/Module.aspx?ModuleNo=388282&C=Froogle&U=388282&T=Module with free delivery for this weekend only.

I have one of the PVR 9300 and it is a cracking machine in my opinion. The HD for the DVB-T2 won't be available until 2012 so, if HD is a must for you, you could buy the Freesat version (as I did). There are only two HD channels on it at present but more are due to be rolled out from Spring of this year onwards. :thumbsup:


Out of stock now at Maplin:x
#17
dink
It's already available from Maplins http://www.maplin.co.uk/Module.aspx?ModuleNo=388282&C=Froogle&U=388282&T=Module with free delivery for this weekend only.

I have one of the PVR 9300 and it is a cracking machine in my opinion. The HD for the DVB-T2 won't be available until 2012 so, if HD is a must for you, you could buy the Freesat version (as I did). There are only two HD channels on it at present but more are due to be rolled out from Spring of this year onwards. :thumbsup:


More HD channels if you pop it out of Freesat mode ;-)

Contents sharing with other devices such as PC and NAS through Home Networking


Grrr now why cant my Foxsat do that, that would make it perfect IMHO. About time someone managed to hack the Linux OS on these boxes and enable FTP/network remote control
#18
The HD for the DVB-T2 won't be available until 2012

It's available now in most areas.
#19
Rich44
More HD channels if you pop it out of Freesat mode ;-)




on Freeview you mean?
#20
I have the 9150 and it's fantastic
#21
scart2
It's available now in most areas.


Hardly "most" - they're aiming for 50% population coverage for the World Cup:-

http://lifestyle.hexus.net/content/item.php?item=22410
#22
freezspirit
Anyone know if I can connect this up to the sky+ box to transfer programmes over?


Like most PVRs there is no analogue input on these machines so no, you can't easily copy anything over from a Sky+ box.
#23
Great machine, and a great price. Bought one recently from Richer Sounds for £159.99 - should have waited!

If you're waiting for the HD version with a record facility, it could be some time yet. This is a great stop gap.
#24
scart2
It's available now in most areas.


Not true.. as someone has pointed out above....

Many areas wont get HD freeview until 2012 (including me). It 's mainly being rolled out in line with the Digital Switch Over (DSO) timetable as there isnt space on the transmitter Muxes. Some people on repeater transmitters will never get Freeview HD. AND everyone that wants to watch it will have to shell out for a new set top box, PVR or IDTV as none of the millions of previous exisitng freeviews boxes can decode the new HD standard.

However most of the current freeview boxes and PVRs, including this one, will still work in the future post DSO for Standard Definition so long as they have the digital tick mark so there's no need to throw out your old ones..

If you cant wait till 2012 and want HD now, go for freesat like I have .... of course you could always shell out over £400 each and every year to $ky!!
#25
saintscouple
released today @ John Lewis in Oxford Street.


joshtbh
what was? a Humax DVB-T2 PVR?


No sorry, the Humax HD-FOX T2

http://www.dtg.org.uk/news/news.php?id=3669
#26
kar999
Some people on repeater transmitters will never get Freeview HD. .


Many / most people on repeaters won't even get all the SD muxes :x
1 Like #27
joshtbh
on Freeview you mean?


No he was talking about the Freesat version rather than Freeview because Freesat is on the same sats that host other non freesat non sky stuff you can change it out of freesat mode and watch these channels on the Foxsat box
#28
spamcan61
Many / most people on repeaters won't even get all the SD muxes :x


Good point... or rather bad point in those cases! :?

That's one on the cases where freesat will be a free solution and why it was established.. and for remote areas that cant get terrestrial TV at all.
#29
Rich44
No he was talking about the Freesat version rather than Freeview because Freesat is on the same sats that host other non freesat non sky stuff you can change it out of freesat mode and watch these channels on the Foxsat box


I can sort of see what you're saying there but maybe worth pointing out that on the channels common to Sky and Freesat you're watching the same signal from the same satellite irrespective of whether you're using a Freesat or Sky box.

Do all Freesat boxes allow adding of other channels manually, I thought I read somewhere they don't?
#30
saintscouple
No sorry, the Humax HD-FOX T2

http://www.dtg.org.uk/news/news.php?id=3669


hi sorry what is the diffrence to this and other freesat boxes sorry if i sound thick
#31
tonico
hi sorry what is the diffrence to this and other freesat boxes sorry if i sound thick


Noworries, that's a Freeview HD box rather than a Freesat HD box, it's the first box available that supports terrestrial HD transmissions.
#32
saintscouple
No sorry, the Humax HD-FOX T2

http://www.dtg.org.uk/news/news.php?id=3669


tonico
hi sorry what is the diffrence to this and other freesat boxes sorry if i sound thick


The one i've quoted incorrectly on this thread is the 1st Freeview HD Box, which is only of use to those that have had the digital switch over...... no good to me till 2012 :x
#33
i see so my freesatbox will be fine for the future?
1 Like #34
So will this be better than my betamax vcr which packed up today?
#35
tonico
i see so my freesatbox will be fine for the future?


Yes, you may like to consider a Freesat HD box in the future if you think there's much worth watching on the HD channels.
#36
spamcan61
Yes, you may like to consider a Freesat HD box in the future if you think there's much worth watching on the HD channels.


i am confused now lol i get bbc hd
#37
tonico
i am confused now lol i get bbc hd


Fine, you've already got a HD box then. : thumbsup:
#38
craigstephens
So will this be better than my betamax vcr which packed up today?


Upgrade to laserdisc imo.:thumbsup:
#39
Has anyone actually got this deal? Judging by the comments it sounds like its £179 everywhere?
#40
How long before there are enough HD channels on Freeview to make it worth getting one...............I'd say a good while yet.

I'm happy with SD on Freeview at the moment.

I get BBC HD on my Freesat and hardly watch it.

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