Humax dtr t1000 hd manual


When we reviewed the Humax DTR-T1000 You View dital video recorder in August last year it was like discovering a fully stocked bar in the middle of a desert oasis. Now just eht months and a price drop later and its successor - the Humax DTR-T1010 - is here and we're at a bit of a loss to explain why.

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For the first time you could watch and record your favourite Freeview shows and get video on demand via broadband all in one package. The only really new feature, if you can it that, is a mirrored silver finish fascia which replaces the gloss black look of the old one. On the plus side, the Humax DTR-T1010 does look good in its new garb and it still has all the things we loved about its predecessor first time around, so why should you pick up the new one? Since the Humax DTR-T1010 is essentially a younger, better-looking version of its older brother, there's little here to surprise you from last year.

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You'll also find two USB ports - one behind a fold-down flap on the front, and another on the rear although both can only be used for diagnostics and servicing, which is disappointing.

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You still get a choice of 500GB (£279, from Humax direct) or 1TB (£299, ditto) models for recording your favourite TV shows on to the built-in hard disk drive, and the unit still has the same complement of connections at the back with HDMI, scart and composite video outputs for TV pictures and a choice analogue or dital optical audio outputs for sound.

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