Digital Stream DHR8203U Freeview HD PVR Reviews
Product Type: Digital Stream set top boxes
Description:Brand: Digital Stream / Type: Set Top Box
Newest Review: ... some of the buttons are very small, the Media button in particular could do with being much bigger as it's one of the most ... more
Customer Digital Stream DHR8203U Freeview HD PVR Reviews (2)
by - written on 02/06/12 (Very useful, 246 readings)
Look After The Bits And The Bytes Will Look After Themselves =========================================== When I was looking for a Freeview HD PVR there were basically two makes I was looking at, Humax and Digitalstream. The clincher was the Digitalstream was £100 cheaper than the Humax for the same capacity (500GB). The box itself is black and a little bit chunky but doesn't look out of place under my TV. There is a front display that shows the channel or the name of the program you're watching if watching a recorded program. The Digitalstream has twin freeview HD tuners, meaning that it will record two programs at the same time, and will ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/04/12, updated on 04/07/12 (Very useful, 218 readings)
Digital Stream INTRO Being a busy person, I tend to be unavailable to watch the programmes I like on TV when they're on and I often miss programmes just because I forget to tune in at the right time. Usually remember 30-40 minutes into the programme or remember an hour after they're over or even the following day. I know you can use TV On Demand services like iPlayer, 4oD, etc on a computer but I find that programmes aren't available right away (i.e. right as the Watchdog ends on TV, it's not available to watch on iPlayer for a few hours). Not only that, the programmes are only available for a limited amount of time and I find I sometimes only ... Read the complete review
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