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HUMAX PVR9150T PVR £112.94 inc Delivery at Dixons

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8y, 4m agoFound 8 years, 4 months ago
use Code 10PVR for 10% discount

Digital tuner - Watch additional channels Built in hard drive - Record programmes Digital Text - Provides information Twin tuner - Record two programmes at once Parental control - Control our viewing Electronic Programme Guide - Plan viewing Connections - 2 SCART Additional connections - Optical Auto Tune - For easy installation

First post!!!!
Cheaper than Argos.
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1 Like #1
heat added ......... :thumbsup:
#2
good price although Im waiting for the free sat version HD coming soon. :-)
[Moderator]#3
Ditto, i've got a 9200t and am waiting for a freesat HD PVR before upgrading..,im suprised they didn't do one when freesat HD launched.
Until then, this is a great price so heat and rep added.
#4
bigflump;2934611
Ditto, i've got a 9200t and am waiting for a freesat HD PVR before upgrading..,im suprised they didn't do one when freesat HD launched.

Considering that there are no 100% working Freeview PVRs a couple of years down the line from introduction it is no great surprise that Freesat PVRs are not yet ready. Even when they are, they will have all the unresolved issues of the Freeview recorders.
#5
Jefft
Considering that there are no 100% working Freeview PVRs a couple of years down the line from introduction it is no great surprise that Freesat PVRs are not yet ready. Even when they are, they will have all the unresolved issues of the Freeview recorders.


My9200t has been fault free for 2 years now, can't think of any unresolved issues.
Granted my old topfield packed up within 3 months (rubbish) and my inverto has slight intermittent behavioural problems, but the Humax has been great.
#6
deeyup;2934965
My9200t has been fault free for 2 years now, can't think of any unresolved issues.
Granted my old topfield packed up within 3 months (rubbish) and my inverto has slight intermittent behavioural problems, but the Humax has been great.

Digital Spy and AV forums report several issues with the 9200T you must be lucky.
#7
Jefft
Digital Spy and AV forums report several issues with the 9200T you must be lucky.


I must be lucky as well then :p BEST thing I ever got, after my 4 children :thumbsup:
#8
No problems with my 9200T apart from needing to reboot it once a month or so.
#9
In over 2 years my 9200T has been almost faultless. Just a couple minor problem needing a re-boot but a lot more reliable that my sons Sky Plus.
#10
Another vote for Humax. Excellent piece of kit.
#11
Does anyone know if this model has RF loopthrough as some sites state it as having it and some dont.

The reason i need to know is because i live in an area that has not yet been converted to digital and i sometimes lose the signal so need to change back to the normal channels.

Thanks.
#12
Should have loop through but as this is a freeview box it would depend how sensitive the tuner is at keeping the channels available to record, you could split the aerial so that one goes to the box and one to the TV but that may result in a slightly poorer signal.

Anyway of imroving the aerial setup you have, or go for freesat?
#13
top marks for the 9200 from me as well :thumbsup:
#14
Cozworth806
Should have loop through but as this is a freeview box it would depend how sensitive the tuner is at keeping the channels available to record, you could split the aerial so that one goes to the box and one to the TV but that may result in a slightly poorer signal.

Anyway of imroving the aerial setup you have, or go for freesat?


Hi thanks for that.

I was thinking of freesat but i have just binned my dish about 4 months ago - maybe i would be best getting another one and going down that route.

Thanks anyway :thumbsup:
#15
yep. Ditto on the 9200. No problem for 2 years. I have been amazed with the level of service from these guys. II have installed 4 or 5 updates since buying this, most of which were extra features such as the brilliant series link. It was like buying a new machine.

Top marks Humax!
#16
Anyone know what the differences are between the 9150 and 9200?
#17
50.. somone had to say it. :)

I believe it's just bigger HD and an HDMI connection?
#18
nuskool;2935816
Anyone know what the differences are between the 9150 and 9200?


The 9150 only uses 1W on standby (I don't know the figure for the 9200 but it is more). The 9150 has no option to connect to your surround sound system. It is noisier but slimmer than the 9200. I believe the 9150 may not have a display on the front giving you the channel name but stand to be corrected on that.
#19
Jefft
Digital Spy and AV forums report several issues with the 9200T you must be lucky.


The thing I find with forums is that when something goes wrong, people go on them, post their problems and discuss etc. Other people
read and can get the wrong impression because the other 10000 users with no problems, don't go on to say "mines fine" .

Forums are unrepresentative don't you think?:)
#20
deeyup
The thing I find with forums is that when something goes wrong, people go on them, post their problems and discuss etc. Other people
read and can get the wrong impression because the other 10000 users with no problems, don't go on to say "mines fine" .

Forums are unrepresentative don't you think?:)


Very true:thumbsup:
#21
Searcher2
The 9150 only uses 1W on standby (I don't know the figure for the 9200 but it is more). The 9150 has no option to connect to your surround sound system. It is noisier but slimmer than the 9200. I believe the 9150 may not have a display on the front giving you the channel name but stand to be corrected on that.


Does the 9250 allow you to transfer files to PC? I could only find mention of the USB connection for the 9200
#22
nuskool;2937130
Does the 9250 allow you to transfer files to PC? I could only find mention of the USB connection for the 9200


The 9200 has USB but some report it is only just useable. The 9150 doesn't have USB. So in that respect the 9200 is better. The 9300 does have a USB but it is waiting a firmware update before it is usable (last I heard anyway).
#23
Excellent deal - was going to great a re-graded one for £100 at Humax Direct but thanks to this great deal (and 10% discount) I can now get a new one!
#24
Glad my first posted deal has attracted such interest
#25
Another vote for the 9200. We've got 2 and another 4 people bought them after seeing ours and none of us have had any issues - my missus says it's a toss up between the 9200 and her 'rabbit' as to what's the best thing i've ever bought lol!!!!!!!!!
#26
deeyup;2936568
The thing I find with forums is that when something goes wrong, people go on them, post their problems and discuss etc. Other people
read and can get the wrong impression because the other 10000 users with no problems, don't go on to say "mines fine" .

Forums are unrepresentative don't you think?:)

People do go on to say "mines fine" you just did. Forums can be representative when the same issues are seen by a large number of users. Manufacturers also visit and may take steps to correct issues before other users become aware of them.
[Moderator]#27
Jefft
Considering that there are no 100% working Freeview PVRs a couple of years down the line from introduction it is no great surprise that Freesat PVRs are not yet ready. Even when they are, they will have all the unresolved issues of the Freeview recorders.


Like others have said, I've had no problems with my 9200t. Its one of the best things i've brought...
well worth every penny. Its like SKY+ for freeview :thumbsup:

PS I think the 9150 has a HDMI connection.
#28
greyhorse
good price although Im waiting for the free sat version HD coming soon. :-)


A Freesat PVR :w00t:

Aint they pegged for sale around xmas at some stupid £200+ price tag?
1 Like #29
bigflump;2939940

PS I think the 9150 has a HDMI connection.


I don't think it has. That's the 9300.
[Moderator]#30
Just read the Humax HDR is due out in time for christmas, and is expected to cost twice that of FOXSAT-HD.
IMO its worth the extra money.
[Moderator]#31
Searcher2
I don't think it has. That's the 9300.

Thanks Searcher, I stand corrected :thumbsup:
#32
Jefft
Considering that there are no 100% working Freeview PVRs a couple of years down the line from introduction it is no great surprise that Freesat PVRs are not yet ready. Even when they are, they will have all the unresolved issues of the Freeview recorders.


What utter tush!!
The 3 heavily modded and hacked £40 DigiFusions in my household have been working perfect for nearly 2 years now!!
#33
does the free sat version allow you to connect a alternative source to record ?
#34
Leftfield;2944244
What utter tush!!
The 3 heavily modded and hacked £40 DigiFusions in my household have been working perfect for nearly 2 years now!!

So why have you had to modify and hack them?
#35
Jefft;2934974
Digital Spy and AV forums report several issues with the 9200T you must be lucky.


People only post on forums when they have problems rather than posting when theyre happy with something. The majority of people dont have issues with the 9200T imo, Ive got one, my sister and my mum, and I know one other person with one - none of us have had any problems, Im guessing the people on DigitalSpy have been unlucky rather than all four of us being lucky :thumbsup:




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