HUMAX PVR9150T - £116.99 at Comet - Possibly online only - HotUKDeals
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Humax PVR150T Priced at £129.99, use code HUM10 at checkout to get 10% off. Says online only but i reserved one last night with it and went in today and only paid £116.99

Excellent piece of kit, haven't found cheaper elsewhere that's in stock

Brand HUMAX
Dimensions 28.0x38.0x70.0(H/W/D)cm
Hard drive 160 GB
Pause live TV Yes
Digital Tuner Yes
Watch up to 30 free digital channels Yes
Digital text compatible Yes
Electronic programme guide 7 days
Scart sockets Yes
RGB enabled scart sockets Yes
Optical connection Yes
Other features
Viewing card required for additional channels
Twin tuner
watch one channel while you record another
Basic scart lead included
No subscription required - just a one off payment
You may need an aerial upgrade to receive Freeview
1 audio and video inputs
Rear S-Video connection
Component Video connection
RF in connection
Remote control
Digital Co-axial connection
Freeview Playback compatible
Picture-in-Text
100hours Hours recording time
Record 2 channels and watch a recorded program
Record 2 channels and watch a third live channel
Displays the EPG with a live image
Fully interactive services available
RF out connection
17/3.1watts Power consumption, in use/standby
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#1
Good price, but I would still look around first and see if there are any 9200T models still around, as it is better spec than this one, even though an older model. Trouble is, that might well be dearer, or refurb :-(
#2
Is the only thing "better spec" on the 9200T the USB functionality? Or are there other things missing from the new models?
#3
tbillinge;3128924
Is the only thing "better spec" on the 9200T the USB functionality? Or are there other things missing from the new models?


That is a one of those how long is a piece of string questions! ;-)

I would suggest doing some homework, such as on the http://www.digitalspy.co.uk forums.
Among other things, issues of noise seems to get a mention too.
#4
The combination of noise and USB had actually made up my mind previously. But this morning I read on digitalspy that a software patch has largely fixed the noise problem, and the addition of a mousemat completely cures it. So now I'm once again in a quandary!
#5
tbillinge;3130408
The combination of noise and USB had actually made up my mind previously. But this morning I read on digitalspy that a software patch has largely fixed the noise problem, and the addition of a mousemat completely cures it. So now I'm once again in a quandary!


The USB on my 9200 isn't something I use every day, and it tends to be a bit slow to copy stuff across, but it is handy occasionally, and if I was looking now, I might THINK about the new 9300 too, as it has dropped in price already ( about 162 quid) and had 320 Gb of space, as well as the possibility of them enabling the USB port too at some time!

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