Humax Announce Next Generation Freesat Receivers

Humax last night announced details of their next generation Freesat receivers due to launch in Autumn 2010.

The Humax FOXSAT-HD2 single tuner Freesat HD digital box will replace the existing FOXSAT-HD and include additional features such as PVR functionality via USB storage device (similar to how the TechniSat HDFS currently does). The receiver will also have an automatic re-tune function and be able to read file formats from USB including MP3, JPEG and XviD, as well as access media streaming over your home network.

The Humax FOXSAT-HDR2 twin tuner Freesat+ HD digital box, successor to the existing FOXSAT-HDR, will include new features as above, apart from USB recording instead opting for the increased size of a 500GB hard drive compared to the existing 320GB.

At the same time as announcing this information, they also confirmed an almost identical product range for the Freeview platform, due to launch in February 2010 in keeping with the availability of high-definition channels for the first time on terrestrial television.

54 thoughts on “Humax Announce Next Generation Freesat Receivers”

  1. Will this mean that the HD, and HDR1s will be put on the back burner as far as upgrades are concerned when the new HD, HDR2s come out, I bet it does.

  2. @Al (Original)

    You mentioned that the Denon DVD-1940 player is around £100. Would be interested in knowing where I can get it from at that price. Best price I have found is about £200! Thanks.

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