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Humax HDR-7500T

Humax HDR-7500T
alaScore 85

4 reviews

Nov, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 4 reviews from magazines and websites.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Home Theater Systems the Humax HDR-7500T is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 85/100 = Very good quality.

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(Based on 4 reviews)

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Humax HDR-7500T

 

Humax's HDR-7500T is a solid performer if you're after a PVR, but for ease of use it's still got a long way to go to unseat TiVo.

Dual tuners ; iView and DLNA capability ; Ad-skipping

Remote is poorly laid out ; Significantly less function unless you pay for IceTV ; Quirky DLNA performance

The HDR-7500T is a decent dual-channel PVR with in-built DLNA and at least a smattering of apps that could grow into a larger library over time — but we can only review what's placed in front of us, not what could be. There's no shortage of competing...

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Review: Humax HDR-7500T

 

After TiVo's recent demise in Australia, consumers are now looking for a replacement DVR. One such device on offer is the Humax HDR-7500T and we took a look. While the brand name Humax may not be fam...

Overall the Humax DVR-7500T is a really solid DVR and a great replacement for TiVo owners when they inevitably die. The IceTV functionality is technically optional, but the device would be uncompetitive without it. If you can get in quick and score...

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Review: Humax HDR-7500T

 

Acting as both a set-top box and PVR, the HDR-7500T enables you to watch and record digital TV, use YouTube and iView and access content from your network and USB hard drives.

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Humax HDR-7500T

 

Humax's first Australian PVR has plenty of bells and whistles, plus a few tricks to help it stand out from the crowd.

Ad-skipping; IceTV; iView; DLNA

Limited storage management; no Samba

iView and DLNA, along with IceTV compatibility, earn Humax’s HDR-7500T automatic entry into the shortlist for Australian PVR shoppers. But if you’re after a PVR which ‘just works’, weigh up IceTV devices against the TiVo and Foxtel iQ2.

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