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Humax PVR-9200T
6.8 out of 10

Humax PVR-9200T

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Overall 9

Humax PVR-9200T v2 Freeview player

Pocket Lint
12 December 2007
  • Conclusion: Overall, Humax have done a great job adding this functionality, not only to new purchasers of the PVR-9200T, but also to existing users of what is an almost two year old device. We’d love to see this level of support from all other manufacturers of high tech kit in a fast moving environment.
  • Pros: Series link gives Sky+ functionality without the monthly subscription, dual tuners allow recording of one channel while you watch a 2nd, easy to use menus, excellent picture quality
  • Cons: The quality of the series functionality is only as good as the information transmitted by the broadcasters, so you sometimes miss the end of programs, slow EPG programming still persists
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Overall 10

Humax DuoVisio PVR-9200T review

TechRadar UK
15 October 2007
  • Summary: Expensive, but comes with plenty of bells and whistles
  • Pros: Boundary-pushing feature list
  • Cons: Only 80 hours recording capacity
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Expert Review

6 August 2007
Overall 8

Humax PVR9200T Personal Video Recoder

Pocket Lint
27 October 2006
  • Conclusion: Priced at around £200, the Humax is reasonable value for a PVR with these sorts of features, and is a worthy investment if you’ll taken advantage of them. In comparison to a standard Freeview box you’re looking at paying around £150 extra for the convenience of time-shifting and record, but any that...
  • Pros: 160GB hard drive for up to around 90 hours of recording, dual-tuner, very easy to use
  • Cons: No component output, DVD player or card reader, minus points for aesthetics
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