Humax Duovisio PVR-9200TB Reviews
Product Type: Humax set top boxes
Description:Model ID PVR-9200TB / Humax Duovisio PVR-9200TB - DVR / DVB-T tuner - Freeview - 100 hour(s) / Equipped with latest technology and design, the Duovisio is a PVR ideal for digital terrestrial broadcast reception and offers up to 100 Hours of recoding with its integrated 160GB hard ... more
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In addition to receiving Freeview channels the Duovisio can also receive pay TV channels with the use of a CA module.With simple installation and operation, the Duovisio offers a user-friendly three-dimensional OSD, the highest quality digital audio output and advanced vidio clarity for TV and VCR are all designed to enrich the viewer experience.
With its highly sensitive tuner for better reception the Duovisio boasts a 7days Electronic Program Guide(EPG), for even better program information on all channels. The Duovisio also enables subtitles, digital teletext, and interactive features.
As a PVR, Duovisio utilizes its preloaded software functions with a built-in 160GB hard disk drive. This allows for assorted trick play, diverse formats of recording and recording services playback, all through the time shift recording function.
As a twin tuner PVR, you can record one channel while watching another. Furthermore, you can record 2 channels simultaneously while playing back a previous recording from the HDD.
With USB2.0, Duovisio allows MPEG A/V file transfer between Duovisio and a PC. Duovisio allows viewer to enjoy digital photos on a large TV screen or to listen to MP3 files downloaded from a PC.
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Customer Humax Duovisio PVR-9200TB Reviews (6)
by - written on 05/04/09, updated on 16/04/09 (Very useful, 532 readings)
HUMAX 9200TB I had previously been using my PC's TV card to watch and record Freeview programmes but in order to schedule recordings, I had to leave my PC on all the time, which I don't like doing. To combat this, I decided to get the Humax 9200TB Freeview PVR (Personal Video Recorder). This is sort of the Freeview equivalent of a Sky+ box, letting you record programmes to a HDD (Hard Disk Drive), like you would find in a computer so there's no more need for video cassettes or even DVD-Rs. Mine has 160GB of hard drive space which gives me 100 hours of video with this device. There are other Freeview PVRs with larger capacities but I thought that this was ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/08/08, updated on 14/08/08 (Very useful, 167 readings)
I recently bought this freeview player as my old one packed up and I am so glad I did! The Humax 9200TB is a basically a freeview player that has a built in hard drive. For anyone that has ever heard or used Sky + then this is exactly the same thing. Firstly if you were to look at the box itself then it is certainly something you will easily forget. It is a big black square box essentially! It is not overly attractive at all. On the front you will see numerous buttons which let you change channel as well as pause live TV. There is a display on the left side of the box which shows the time and what channel you are watching. To the right of the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/06/08, updated on 24/06/08 (Very useful, 545 readings)
Humax Duovisio PVR 9200 TB I had been looking for a Freeview H/D recorder for a few weeks, as there are a few things that I required it to do, it took a lot of looking. Easy recording with an EPG (Electronic Program Guide), fast forward and of course rewind, subtitles recorded with the program, in fact everything that a Skybox can do. I looked at a number of Top Box Sets and tried two, a Thompson, which did not seem to receive a signal and a Sagam, this had problems with the sound and setting the timer for series record. A number of reviews highly recommended the Humax (which also has very good reviews with their WS ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/10/08 (Very useful, 179 readings)
I ordered Sky+ back in December 2007, but due to our home being located on a listed road, we were unable to install the dish :( This resulted in us canceling the order, and the hunt for a hard drive freeview box began. We first spent £80 on a another HDD freeview box, and the quality was terrible and that was returned the following day. I read a couple of reviews on the 9200TB, and couldn't find many at the time. I played around with one at our local Comet store, and loved the menu. It's very much like Sky+, with a 7 day guide, the option to pause and rewind live TV. So, I took the plunge at £200 and purchased this in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/05/08, updated on 20/05/08 (Very useful, 202 readings)
I bought a set top digibox from Top Up TV. Its a Thompson DV3 Digital terrestrial treceiver and recorder. This box is a similar size to the Sky boxes but more sleek in design. It has a nicely shaped, curved front and comes in dark gray and silver. This boxes plugs into the mains and you attach your TV aerial to it. You need a modern aerial that is capable of receiver Channel 5 if you want to get good reception on digital. Reception is excellent in many areas of UK but it is poor in areas such as parts of Carlisle and West Cumbria and where ever there are large structures between the aerial and transmission mast. This is being addressed at present ... Read the complete review
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