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    andysue - 58 minutes ago  » 
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    Freesat:- slow on EPG ( unless you press extra buttons all the time), .....

    Sounds like you are referring to a Generation 1 unit such as the Foxsat rather than the current G2 units by Humax such as the HDR-1xx0 series of units?

    Thu 14 Dec 2017 9:56:26 #371 |
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    ...They all have their niggles, I am afraid there isnt much competition out there

    Nicely summed up unfortunately.

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    PES - 1 hour ago  » 
    ...They all have their niggles, I am afraid there isnt much competition out there
    Nicely summed up unfortunately.

    Yes it is the Foxsat sorry I didnt even know they bought a nother one out I thought freesat was discontinued. I will look it up. Thanks

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    PES - 1 hour ago  » 
    ...They all have their niggles, I am afraid there isnt much competition out there
    Nicely summed up unfortunately.

    Yes it is the Foxsat sorry I didnt even know they bought a nother one out I thought freesat was discontinued. I will look it up. Thanks

    Belay that comment I have just remembered I did buy one of these units about 1 1/2 years ago. It played up & the picture was all green. I sent it back to Humax for a refund. Stuck with the foxsat at the time & still use it.

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    PES - 1 hour ago  » 
    ...They all have their niggles, I am afraid there isnt much competition out there
    Nicely summed up unfortunately.

    Yes it is the Foxsat sorry I didnt even know they bought a nother one out I thought freesat was discontinued. I will look it up. Thanks

    Belay that comment I have just remembered I did buy one of these units about 1 1/2 years ago. It played up & the picture was all green. I sent it back to Humax for a refund. Stuck with the foxsat at the time & still use it.

    Sounds like that was just an iffy F-connector issue rather than a fault with the Freesat box. I experienced exactly the same issue with mine when I first connected it. I re-made the F-connectors and five years later it's still playing a starring role in my recording regime.

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    PES - 1 hour ago  » 
    ...They all have their niggles, I am afraid there isnt much competition out there
    Nicely summed up unfortunately.

    Yes it is the Foxsat sorry I didnt even know they bought a nother one out I thought freesat was discontinued. I will look it up. Thanks

    Belay that comment I have just remembered I did buy one of these units about 1 1/2 years ago. It played up & the picture was all green. I sent it back to Humax for a refund. Stuck with the foxsat at the time & still use it.

    Sounds like that was just an iffy F-connector issue rather than a fault with the Freesat box. I experienced exactly the same issue with mine when I first connected it. I re-made the F-connectors and five years later it's still playing a starring role in my recording regime.

    No, definately faulty. Checked everything, all leads etc. Plugged in the foxsat & everything worked.

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    The 1000S series got off to a rocky start with a buggy, badly designed and implemented GUI. However, while still not a work of art it is robust and does everything it says on the can. Picture is superb. I now have 1 x HDR and 3 x HB. No going back.

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    andysue - 3 hours ago  » 

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    PES - 1 hour ago  » 
    ...They all have their niggles, I am afraid there isnt much competition out there
    Nicely summed up unfortunately.

    Yes it is the Foxsat sorry I didnt even know they bought a nother one out I thought freesat was discontinued. I will look it up. Thanks

    Belay that comment I have just remembered I did buy one of these units about 1 1/2 years ago. It played up & the picture was all green. I sent it back to Humax for a refund. Stuck with the foxsat at the time & still use it.

    Sounds like that was just an iffy F-connector issue rather than a fault with the Freesat box. I experienced exactly the same issue with mine when I first connected it. I re-made the F-connectors and five years later it's still playing a starring role in my recording regime.

    No, definately faulty. Checked everything, all leads etc. Plugged in the foxsat & everything worked.

    If you say so. You could do worse than to take note of what other posters say about the G2 Freesat boxes though. They are the Challenger 2 tanks of the PVR world - IMO.

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    Hi - I bought an FVP-5000T in the Spring to replace my ageing HDR-2T and the most important feature was the Remote Scheduling via the MyHumax.net website. Has this gone down - there have been no updates to my schedule for over 4 days ? To double-check, I have just set a new scheduled recording, and am anxiously waiting for it to appear on my FVP-5000T !

    I can confirm that after a few minutes, the scheduled recording did appear on my FVP-5000T, but none of the other recordings set for today and several days hence, nor has it removed a number of completed programme schedules - anyone know the answer ?

    Mon 5 Nov 2018 12:53:28 #379 |
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    Lefteris - 34 minutes ago  » 
    Hi - I bought an FVP-5000T in the Spring to replace my ageing HDR-2T and the most important feature was the Remote Scheduling via the MyHumax.net website. Has this gone down - there have been no updates to my schedule for over 4 days ? To double-check, I have just set a new scheduled recording, and am anxiously waiting for it to appear on my FVP-5000T !
    I can confirm that after a few minutes, the scheduled recording did appear on my FVP-5000T, but none of the other recordings set for today and several days hence, nor has it removed a number of completed programme schedules - anyone know the answer ?

    The removal of completed recording schedules takes 13 weeks without another episode being found on all Freeview+ kit. The broadcaster can recycle the recording crid codes after this period for a different series. You can of course manually delete them if you wish.

    Mon 5 Nov 2018 13:31:12 #380 |

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