Humax DTRT1000 Freeview+HD Digital TV Recorder with YouView.

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Humax DTRT1000 Freeview+HD Digital TV Recorder with YouView.

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The Humax DTR-1000 brings you the best of digital TV and on demand services with no extra charges. Access catch up TV through BBC iPlayer, ITV Player and 4OD with the new YouView service - simply search for the programme and You View will find it for you. Scroll back through the last 7 days of programmes, pause, rewind and record live TV and record up to 300 hours of digital TV and up to 150 hours of HD programmes. ITV Player is available in England, Wales and The Channel Islands.

Digital TV features:

  • Digitally interactive.
  • Digital text.
  • Favourite channels list.
  • Auto setup.
  • Electronic programme guide.

Recording features:

  • Twin tuner.
  • 500GB hard drive.
  • 300 hours recording time.
  • Record 2 channels at the same time.
  • Record 1 channel whilst watching a previous recording.
  • Continual 2 hour recording buffer.
  • Series record.
  • Pause live TV.

Connectivity:

  • 1HDMI output (one cable included).
  • 1 SCART socket .
  • 1 USB port.
  • Ethernet connection.

Additional information:

  • Upscales to 1080p.
  • Remote control batteries required: 2 x AAA (included).
  • Size H5.5, W38, D25.2cm.
  • Weight 2800g.

Energy efficiency information:

  • On mode power consumption 20 watts.
  • Standby power consumption 0.5 watt.

EAN: 8809095665758

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Customer reviews and ratings

Humax DTRT1000 Freeview+HD Digital TV Recorder with YouView. 4.4 5 42 42
Recommended An excellent piece of equipment, easy to install and very responsive. Very intuitive, clear displays on tv especially with HD channels. Needs to be connected to the internet by an RJ 45 Ethernet cable to use all the features. I used a TP Link from my router upstairs. For me a better option than buying a 'Smart' tv which don't have built in recorders 27 August 2014
Bright white lights off-putting Easy setup, comes with ethernet and HDMI cables, No WiFi but i would not recommend using WiFi anyway for high traffic. Dissapointed that it does not have NetFlix. When recording programs, gives the option to record the HD version if one is available. The only niggle i have is that the ring around the central control disc on the front lights up a very bright white. This is quite distracting when trying to watch TV and there is no way to turn it down or off. I use a black cloth to cover it up. 21 August 2014
High expectetions - disappointing experience. This Humax PVR replaced one that failed after 4 years due to fan fault. This new one failed after 20 DAYS due to overheating / fan fault. Original unit (which predated the YouView system) was much easier to use and came with very good written instructions. The new (failed) unit had glossy info on how good it was but not satisfactory set up / use instructions. 13 August 2014
Humax-T1010 Very easy to use and set up. Works very well using a mains broadband connection. This was also very easy to set up and once running you can forget about it. 24 July 2014
only thing that stopped me putting excellent was that it had to be connected by ethernet cable and it did not have a wireless connection facility. 25 June 2014
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1 week, 1 day ago
Answer: 
Hi Kopff.

Thanks for your answer.

I can confirm that on the HumaxDTR-T1010 Freeview+HD Digital TV Recorder with YouView you can access BBC iPlayer, ITV Player, 4OD and Demand 5.

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Hi,

Please use the following link to find out what channels are available in your area http://www.freeview.co.uk/availabil....

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3 weeks ago
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No. This is a freeview box via aerial. You need a freesat box to connect to satellite dish. Internet is only for catch up tv or box updates, but it may not support all these a PC or iPad is best if you want a specific web only channel. Some people have been disappointed that itv player is not available on some internet devices.
Ps you would have to connect this device using an Ethernet cable from/to your router not wi fi.
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Location: Cambridge.
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1 month, 1 week ago
I want a box to simply watch freeview channels on and to record my soaps by series link. I do not have the internet or a phone line at home, does this matter? Is this the right box for me?
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1 month, 1 week ago
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It will do what you want but it's too sophisticated for your needs. The YouView system is unnecessary for you. Get a simpler PVR without YouView - and cheaper!
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Location: Northumberland
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2 months, 3 weeks ago
Answer: 
Hi, thank you for your question.

I have looked into this for you and can confirm the in order to connect more than one HDMI device to another that has only one socket you can purchase a HDMI selector such as 107/8529 or 108/7448.

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