We all want as much choice and flexibility as possible when it comes to watching TV. The Humax Freeview Play HD TV Recorder takes this to a whole new level. Watch over 60 channels for free or record up to four programmes simultaneously.
Available in two colours: Mocha (FVP4000T1TBMOC) and Cappuccino (FVP4000T1TBCAPP).
Three HD Tuners
Three HD Tuners provide you with access to over 60 programs, free of charge. This does raise the question of what to watch, but luckily, the FVP4000T1TBMOC has you covered. Record up to four programs simultaneously, while potentially watching a fifth channel live. Problem solved.
If that weren’t enough, you can even pause, record and rewind live TV, just in case you want to watch that amazing goal again or make a nice cuppa.
The FVP4000T1TBMOC from Humax has built-in Wi-Fi capabilities, letting it quickly and easily connect with your home network. This gives you hassle-free access to loads of great TV apps, such as BBC iPlayer, letting you catch up on anything you missed. In addition, Netflix is fully integrated with the FVP4000T1TBMOC to give you access to thousands of hours of films and TV series.
It also gives you access to Video on Demand services, so there’ll always be something to tickle your fancy.
Never Miss Anything
One terabyte of storage space means you can fit a lot of content on this Freeview recorder. You can record up to 600 hours of standard definition content, or 250 hours of high-definition media. This means you could watch over 10 days’ worth of HD content non-stop, though you should probably leave the house occasionally.
Ease of Use
One of the greatest features of the Humax FVP4000T1TBMOC is its ease of use. The quick and simple Roll Back Guide lets you catch up on the last 7 days of programs using apps like ITV player and All-4.
If you’re someone that loves to plan ahead, the FVP4000T1TBMOC lets you record shows up to eight days in advance, all from the same handy menu.
The Humax FVP4000T1TBMOC is the perfect device for the media lover. Pop one in your shopping cart today.