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Humax HD-FOX T2 Freeview box - was 179.95 now 119.95 instore offer (Richer Sounds)
Humax HD-FOX T2 Freeview box - was 179.95 now 119.95 instore offer (Richer Sounds)

Humax HD-FOX T2 Freeview box - was 179.95 now 119.95 instore offer (Richer Sounds)

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With free access to High Definition channels, the Humax HD-Fox T2 is the perfect partner for your HD TV. In addition to HD channels from the BBC and ITV, the HD-Fox T2 will still receive the usual standard Freeview TV and radio services, meaning you don't miss out on your existing channels. As you'd expect, there's an 8-day onscreen guide and interactive TV service via MHEG.

When it comes to connecting the HD Fox T2 up to your TV, use the HDMI socket for HD transmission of sound and vision. If you're still waiting for an HD TV, then you can use the standard SCART socket in the meantime. Should you want to plug the HD-Fox T2 through your hi-fi or home cinema then it will happily oblige with both RCA phono and optical digital outputs. Added to this you'll find a USB socket. This allows you to plug in external hard drives or memory sticks and playback your saved media. With the Ethernet socket you can also plug the T2 into your home network and share content with other devices such as your PC.

Finally, with no subscription card, the Humax HD-Fox T2 automatically detects new channels and services so there's no need to ever retune or await a new card. For the most hassle free and low cost way of receiving High Definition TV, you need look no further than the Humax HD-Fox T2.

This product comes with a budget HDMI cable. To enjoy even better sound and vision you can trade it in and receive £5 off a quality upgrade. Ask instore for details.

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This might be a stupid comment, but is HD available over freeview yet?

breadfred

This might be a stupid comment, but is HD available over freeview yet?



BBC HD, ITV HD and 4HD, are these not available on Freeview? Or just Sky HD & Freesat?

Original Poster

the above would be available on freeview ^^

If your transmitter has gone digital and the analogue switched off
then you will have the 3 channels on Freeview either now or very soon.
Film 4 will follow. You need an HD ready TV and a separate HD Freeview
box or an HD ready TV with HD freeview built in.

That 'was' price is complete rubbish; maybe it was that price when the model was first released.....

£120 seems fairly universal.
Amazon is the same, as is Dixons.

I'd go with whoever offers the best quidco cashback.
Actually, that's a lie - i'd wait for the prices to crash.
As demand for Freeview HD increases, equipment prices will almost certainly plummet.

Though if you do want a Freeview HD set-top box right now, the cheapest is currently the £60 Technika model[s] from Tesco. (£80 instore, but there is an online discount code that gives £20 off)
I'm sure it's appeared on hukd already.... ah yes, here it is.

Edited by: "TehJumpingJawa" 11th Aug 2010

Richer Sounds say:

This product comes with a budget HDMI cable. To enjoy even better sound … This product comes with a budget HDMI cable. To enjoy even better sound and vision you can trade it in and receive £5 off a quality upgrade.



discuss.

I'm waiting for the HD PVR

inicholson

Richer Sounds say:discuss.I'm waiting for the HD PVR


The 0s and 1s coming out the budget cable will be the same as those coming out of the "upgrade" cable. Cable quality only becomes a real issue over long distances; at the 1m or 1.5m level, it won't be an issue.

I'm waiting for the HD PVR



Totally. No way would I waste 100 bucks on this if it doesnt have PVR capabilities
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