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Technisat HDFS

Technisat HDFS
alaScore 81

94 reviews

Sep, 2014

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Amazon.co.uk review summary for Technisat HDFS

 

alaTest has collected and analysed 85 user reviews of Technisat HDFS from Amazon.co.uk. The average user rating for this product is 3.6/5, compared to an average user rating of 3.8/5 for other Satellite Receivers on Amazon.co.uk.

69% of the reviews on Amazon.co.uk give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the products: Technisat HDFS Freesat HD ReceiverTechniSat HDFS

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Technisat HDFS review

 

Technisat launches its first Freesat HD receiver with multimedia and streaming thrown into the mix. Is it a Humax-beater?

HD pictures/sound ; Multimedia playback/streaming ; Good multi-satellite support

A little pricey ; No LNB loopthrough ; Interface a bit too grey

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Stuff magazine

 

It might have only one tuner and no hard drive, but this versatile bargain Freeview HD box is a force to be reckoned with

Superb for the spondoolicks. If TechniSat ever makes a twin-tuner version, the big boys would really start to sweat

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TechniSat HDFS

 

A superb solution for its price – if TechniSat ever produces a twin-tuner PVR version, Humax would have serious competition

High-quality picture and sound ; excellent feature set ; stylish build ; good usability

It' ; s only a single-tuner design

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TechniSat HDFS

 

As the name suggests, the TechniSat HDFS is a Freesat box, which requires a connection to a satellite dish – but no monthly subscription. It offers free-to-air HD channels as well as a wide range of standard definition material, and supports recording...

There’s a good deal of flexibility on show here, despite the relatively low price tag. The USB ports and card reader (which supports Compact Flash, SD, MMS and Memory Stick cards) allow you to view digital photos and videos and listen to MP3s – and...

The only major drawback is the single tuner, which means if you do decide to use the TechniSat HDFS as a PVR you can’t watch one channel while recording another. But honestly, the recording option should be viewed as a bonus feature – if you want a...

If you’re just looking for a reliable, affordable and well-designed Freesat HD box and aren’t overly bothered about recording, the TechniSat HDFS fits the bill like a tailored glove. There’s no better model at the price.

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TechniSat HDFS

 

As the name suggests, the TechniSat HDFS is a Freesat box, which requires a connection to a satellite dish – but no monthly subscription. It offers free-to-air HD channels as well as a wide range of standard definition material, and supports recording...

If you’re just looking for a reliable, affordable and well-designed Freesat HD box and aren’t overly bothered about recording, the TechniSat HDFS fits the bill like a tailored glove. There’s no better model at the price. TechniSat HDFS is tagged with...

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It is good for freesat.

 

It is a good freesat box. Easy to tune in. Fantastic quality picture and sound. The only minor point is that you can not watch or receive channels/satellites while it is on freesat mode freesat channels only. Once you switched over to Technisat mode...

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Review of Technisat

 

Bloody fantastic piece of kit - cant fault it, would be five stars if it saved to LAN HD, so you could watch it elsewhere with another box, the transfer rate is just to slow though. That is the only fault, and it is probably me being too picky.

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Technisat HDFS

 

A versatile freesat and general free to air receiver

The USB recorder function is clearly an afterthought and is not integrated particularly well. Has only a single tuner

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