Humax PVR-9300T Freeview+ Recorder, 320GB Hard Drive, Twin Tuner HDMI+ REMOTE
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In fact the only operational flaws we could find were minor ones – to enter the list of recorded programmes, you have to enter the setup menu rather than simply hitting a button on the remote. Yes it does but I think you'll find that if you wind back to before the point the stuttering started, and play, the stuttering will start again at the same point. It has been found that if you change the sound track (can't remember which button on the remote but may be 'Audio' or something) then the video will play normally but without audio so that's no good to anybody.
From a design point of view, the box is fairly plain, following the trend of Humax PVRs, in black with little detail on the outside. But if you’re recording two channels on the same multiplex, then you can watch a third channel from any multiplex.Also, when you select a recording to watch, it plays in a small box and you have to manually exit the menu to expand it to full screen, which seems more long winded than it should be. The Humax is available in two forms: the first, tested here, has a 320GB hard-disk good for 200 hours of recording. The PVR-9300T boasts a 320GB hard-disk, which is double the capacity of the PVR-9200T and is rather generous by usual PVR standards.
Yes but there is a limit to the total number of files that makes it of limited use but I am aware of several people who have fitted 750MB drives.I can't express how disappointed I am though that basic support material isn't readily available via humax support, words fail me at times.
An interim workaround but it maybe better than nothing as there’s not much information out there regarding service manuals, parts lists etc.A few areas of blockiness surround some fast-moving objects, but on the whole, movement is tracked smoothly. It has the same fan as the 9150T, so get used to that background humming – try a few different positions as we found the reverberation from furniture or other stacked devices exacerbated the problem. I've read that software can be downloaded but I only have a desktop Apple computer and no special cables or anything.