Humax DTR-T1000 specs

By Danny Phillips


Key Features

  • Dual Freeview HD tuners
  • Access to BBC iPlayer, 4OD, ITV Player, Demand 5 and Now TV
  • 500GB hard-disk drive
  • Series recording
  • 15-day EPG
  • Manufacturer: Humax
  • Review Price: £299.00
Quick Glance
DVD recording No
Scart Yes
Composite Yes
Component No
Charging/Computer Connection 2
Firewire No
Scart Yes
Composite Yes
Component No
Toslink S/PDIF Yes
Antennae Yes
S-Video No
Stereo Line Out Yes
Format Support
DivX No
MP3 No
Physical Specifications
Height 246
Width 380
Depth 55
Weight 2750
Type Freeview PVR
DVD Optical Drive No
Hard Drive Size 500
Recording Time 125 (HD); 300 (SD)
Freeview Yes
Freeview+ Yes
Freeview HD Yes
Freesat No
Upscaling Yes
Editing Features No
Audio Decoder Dolby Digital Plus
Number of Tuners 2
DVD recording No


September 9, 2012, 9:10 pm

Here is Q/A that compares features between the Humax HDR-Fox T2 and the Humax YouView, Features that most PVR owners expect to be there :-

Are my recording saved if I reset the Unit = Not without Maintenance Mode
Is there an Edit Channels option = No
Can we set up Favourites = No
Is there a Manual Tuning option = No
Padding of timers = No padding options
Manual schedule times = No
Edit schedule timers = No
Extend instant Record time = No
EPG Programme searches = No (on demand only)
USB file Export = No
USB Media playback = No
WiFi Available = Not at present (Future enhancement)
Can I skip adverts = No
Can I select multiple recordings to delete = No
Is there a folders option = No
Can I record on demand content = No
Power up time = 2 Mins 13 Secs
Power Down time = 6 Mins 7 Secs
Quick power up = 23 Secs (Requires 16.2 Watt Standby)
OTA Software updates = No
Resolution change options = No
Aspect ratio change options = No
Screen Saver = No
Can I use alternate Remote codes = No
Is a CAM slot available = No
Do Vision / Connect channels work = No
Can you skip forward / backwards = No
Is slow motion available = No
FTP Server Available = No
DLNA Server / Client Available = No
Are Tuner conflict alternatives supplied = No
IPTV HDD buffer (for slow broadband) = No
Is multi-channel sound transcoded to DD 5.1 = No


September 27, 2012, 2:16 pm

HD content which Iplayer is capable of cannot be reliably streamed over Wi-Fi so i'm guessing that is why Wi-Fi was not added.

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