Summary: I bought this for £50 from Amazon (its now over £100) and am pleased with it. I previously bought the grundig and sharp hd receivers but both kept crashing and the grundig kept skipping on the hd channels. Both were sent back.
Summary: Good freeview HD box , even better when the DD5.1 and media though USB is fixed with future firmware Looking forward to iplayer on it as well , worth buying. has a few standby problems (will not come out of standby) but this could be my harmony one set wrong
Summary: Brilliant product. I don't know if it's just because Freeview boxes have come on a long way since I last bought one about 4 years ago, but this doesn't have any of the laggy interface or hard to use TV guides that I've learnt to associate freeview with. Quick, snappy operation.
Summary: Excellent picture quality in both HD and SD, better than the Humax I returned because of the sound reverting to LL every time a channel was changed. If you have an AV amp, sound is DD2.0 via the coax digital (Dr Who is 5.1) but webpage promises a software update to fix.
Summary: I have had this for 2 weeks now and i am overall very pleased with it. Very quick to set up, the HDMI input is great and i have been able to pick up the Freeview HD channels via my indoor aerial.
Summary: I bought this item recently and have been very impressed with it. Once you overcome a couple of technical difficulties the set performs very well. Firstly it requires a software update before you are able to use it and the download is annoyingly slow.
Summary: Smart unit and good quality picture, however, it is designed to 'drive' an HD rather than standard tv. The unit provides a SCART output and so it is possible to connect a non-HD tv (tv without an HDMI input) via this socket, however, because the intent of the SCART connection is to feed a VCR or...