The Humax HDR-Fox T2 is a 500GB Freeview double tuner recorder by Humax. The apparatus is a video recorder that shows great HD and SD graphics. In addition to these characteristics, there's also 1 Ethernet and 2 USB ports to the rear of the apparatus; however, there's no WiFi.
The Humax HDR - Fox T2 is as its forerunner PVR 9200T about the same size, is black in colour, has a display panel and also offers a huge circular button for turning the device on and off. While it is recording while the device is on and orange the button turns blue.
The user interface contained on the HDR - Fox T2 like other Humax devices and is smart and straightforward, has the 14 day EPG grid layout you could use to hunt. The arrangement is quite simple, all you should do is plug in the apparatus and it'll load and automatically scan Freeview radio and TV channels.
A disadvantage to utilizing the device is the station lists management. The easiest method to add your favorites is by going through the settings menu, although the device offers you various alternatives in selecting your favorites.
The network set up of the Humax HDR-Fox T2 is quite fast and simple as it's attached to a wireless bridge or even a router.
The remote control is smaller and less crammed than its predecessor, the buttons for skipping through recordings are fairly small and there isn't any mute button. All in every one of the Humax HDR - Fox T2 is a machine and even though it is a bit more pricey, it's well worth paying the extra for this quality HD PVR.