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What do you like most about the Humax product you own?

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    Please find our 1st Birthday Competition now closed!

    We are also pleased to announce jsrobo (post #70) as our Humax HDR-FOX T2 competition winner!

    I have re-opened this thread, allowing you to continue to answer the question "What do you like most about the Humax product you own?" if you wish.

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    Fri 3 Feb 2012 11:38:28 #1 |
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    'What do you like most about the Humax product you own?'

    HD FOX T2

    The fact that it just works!

    Good picture and sound, easy to set recordings, and the Portal to catch up on BBC iPlayer, and the iPlayer picture is much better than other set top boxes I have tried.

    Fri 3 Feb 2012 14:19:27 #2 |
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    Since owning my first Humax, a 9200T and now a HD FOX T2, I am impressed by the reliabilty and Humax support with software updates that are regulary released to fix the few owners problems there have been and to add useful extra features to the original specifications.
    I particulary appreciate the series link and the new Humax Portal.

    Fri 3 Feb 2012 17:07:35 #3 |
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    the numbers of record and replay at the same time options when compared to Sky

    Fri 3 Feb 2012 19:24:32 #4 |
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    The thing I like most about my Foxsat HDR is that I do not need to scrabble about on my hands and knees to unplug it to perform a power cycle but can use the handily placed ON/OFF button on the the back of the box instead.

    Fri 3 Feb 2012 20:34:15 #5 |
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    Remote control ease of use, far better than our Sony and Samsung TV's.

    Sun 5 Feb 2012 7:08:11 #6 |
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    HDR Fox T2

    I love that I can get great HD content with superb pic and sound quality without having to pay for it or get a dish installed.Series link is great, it's so easy to find programmes you might be interested in using genre, and it's just a great piece of kit which I honestly couldn't live without!

    I love it so much I'd like another!

    Sun 5 Feb 2012 13:57:42 #7 |
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    I love the ability to record all the programmes we want to see for the week ahead. We now rarely watch live TV, we usually watch the programmes we have recorded. It's also great to be able to skip through the adverts which saves time and lets us see more programmes than we otherwise would.

    And there is no subscription needed.

    Sun 5 Feb 2012 14:57:55 #8 |
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    The biggest thing I love about my Humax HDR was that it paid for itself in less than a year after I cancelled my Sky subscription. Not only does it continue to save me money every month but it does everything my old sky box did but better. Top of the 'it does better' list is the two button press to skip all the adverts, my wife really loves this function.

    Sun 5 Feb 2012 16:45:40 #9 |
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    I love the connectivity. I have my FOX T2 hooked up to a hard drive and can now watch my films. As well as the HD channels. It's given new life to an otherwise redundant LCD monitor.

    Sun 5 Feb 2012 18:31:37 #10 |

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