Humax PVR9150T - 160GB Freeview Recorder (Stock Expected Tomorrow) - £100.30 Delivered @ TribalUk - HotUKDeals
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Website says Stock expected Tomorrow, Thursday 2nd October.

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DVB-T: Yes
Hard Disk Capacity in GB: 160
Twin Tuner: Yes
Electronic Program Guide (EPG): Yes
Number of Scart Interfaces: 2
Category: Receiver
DVB-C: No
DVB-S: No
Analogue Satellite Receiver: No
Reception Standard: Digital
Number of Receivers: 1
Free-to-Air: No
Digital Audio Broadcast (DAB): No
Show View: No
HDMI Interface: No
W-LAN Connection: No
USB Interface: No
Built-In Modem: No
Number of Common Interface (CI) Slots: 1
Terrestrial: FTA Upgradeable
HDTV: No
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#1
Supposedly there’s a firmware update due which quietens the otherwise noisy fan; this is from reports on DigitalSpy forums.
#2
I was about to ask....

as the old mans just bought one and its incredibly noisy.
#3
We have one of these, it is a bit noisy but its soooooo much better than the thomson piece of **** we had before.
#4
is it better to get a play tv if you have a ps3? or may be not?
#5
golo83;3096752
is it better to get a play tv if you have a ps3? or may be not?


Play TV is cheaper, but I have a Humax 9200T and would personally say its better to get a dedicated PVR - there is a PlayTV demo on the PSN store, download it and try it out, but it didnt impress me much. Plus youd probably have to upgrade your PS3s hard drive to get the most out of it.
#6
http://www.24electric.com/
Same message due in today
Bit cheaper though
#7
I would still recommend the older 9200T if you can find one. (Although may well be dearer)
Quiet, trouble free, (compared to the other JUNK I have had!) and you can send files to the PC (eg. for archiving films) which you can't with this model.

That said, this has still got to be a winner compared to all other cheaper models, especially if you don't want the benefits of the 9200T.

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