BT Youview+ Set Top Box (500Gb) Recorder with Twin HD Freeview and 7 Day Catch Up TV – no subscription

May 5, 2015 - Comment

BT Youview+ Set Top Box (500Gb) Recorder with Twin HD Freeview and 7 Day Catch Up TV – no subscription Product Features Scroll back the last 7 days of TV and watch straight from your TV Guide Pause and rewind live TV Great On Demand library of TV and films Record up to 300 hours

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BT Youview+ Set Top Box (500Gb) Recorder with Twin HD Freeview and 7 Day Catch Up TV – no subscription

Product Features

  • Scroll back the last 7 days of TV and watch straight from your TV Guide
  • Pause and rewind live TV
  • Great On Demand library of TV and films
  • Record up to 300 hours of TV (500 GB)
  • HD TV for sharper brighter viewing

Comments

lovemurakami "tooty2" says:

ITV or not ITV? that is the question! I don’t want to repeat what other reviewers have said because together they have mentioned almost everything. The unit is very small at 23 x 15 x 4.5 cm and Set up was very easy ( we moved the box to another room and set it up without any help,instructions or reference to the manual) Don’t be put off by the BT branding as you can watch the Freeview and on demand channels through a non-BT broadband connection. That’s a plus for me (access to the on demand/catch-up services (like BBC iPlayer, ITV Player, 4od and Demand 5), as my *Panasonic DMR-HWT230EB Smart 1TB Recorder with Twin Freeview+ Tuners and my Sony smart TV are limited to BBC iPlayer! The box alone will not work over Wi-Fi and must be connected to the internet via an Ethernet cable (10m cable supplied) or you can buy an additional Wi-fi dongle.If your normal internet is in a different room or you don’t fancy trailing cables you could buy a pair of power line adaptor (which uses the mains electricity sockets in your…

K Wren "K Wren" says:

Hi-spec performance from such a tiny box – very impressed This is a BT-badged Humax DTR-T2110 digital TV recorder and, having previously owned a Humax, I can vouch for the brand being very reliable and offering a good range of features. This model also lives up to and has exceeded our high expectations.At just 23 x 15 x 4.5cm high is is a fraction of the size I anticipated and is only slightly larger than one of my external hard drives. Although entirely plastic, build quality is good and basic controls can be operated either via the remote control unit or the buttons on the top.Set up was easy and for anyone unfamiliar with connecting a TV tuner/recorder to the internet, the set up manual has a series of very easy to follow photographs and clear diagrams which couldn’t be simpler to follow and is one of the best guides I’ve seen. The procedure is – connect a coaxial cable to the external aerial, HDMI cable (supplied) to the TV or a SCART cable (not supplied if your TV doesn’t have an HDMI socket) and the ethernet…

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