Hitachi HDR225 Reviews
Product Type: Hitachi set top boxes
Description:Model ID HDR225 / Brand: Hitachi / Type: Digital Freeview Recorder
Newest Review: ... drive is, which is very helpful. The menu screen has a very classy feel about it and looks luxury more than cheap like my ... more
Customer Hitachi HDR225 Reviews (2)
by - written on 08/07/13 (Very useful, 16 readings)
I bought this online about a year ago for I think £100 brand new. I looked at all the other models and decided I did not need HD to record with this time, and I am glad I went with this one for many reasons including picture quality. This one has a 250 gb hard drive and a twin tuner. The hard drive is plenty big enough for me, I have about 8 films and 20 other programmes on there that I watch from time to time, and it is about one third full. There is a bar along the screen when you go into your recordings list, which shows how full the hard drive is, which is very helpful. The menu screen has a very classy feel about it and looks luxury more than cheap like ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/07/11 (Very useful, 98 readings)
My partner and I have never watched a huge amount of television, so we knew that we didn't want to pay a monthly subscription for extra channel or benefits, but we found that we were constantly missing the programmes we did want to watch. After looking into our options I decided to invest in a Freeview+ box for us. After shopping around and looking for one which we could buy on a budget I settled to this Hitachi model. We purchased our box from eBay for around £50. I felt that this was a very reasonable price, as it had a 250gb hard drive, and some others with simlar amounts of storage were more than double the price. Our box came in neat packaging; a ... Read the complete review
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