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Humax PVR-9300T - to be replaced ?

bob.g

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I've just been to purchase a Humax PVR-9300T but the store was out of stock, and told me that it is now an obsolete model and a new replacement model will be launched soon.

Does anybody have any info on this, as John Lewis still have them in stock at £159.95 and I'm not sure whether to buy now at the lower price or wait for new model.

All advice appreciated.
 

bob.g

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I wondered about that as well, but the Fox HDR T2 is far more capable and almost twice the price, so I thought hardly a replacement.
 

daveh75

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I know what your saying, but i really can't see them going to the bother of producing an replacement SD box now that Freeview HD is here.
 
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bob.g:

I've just been to purchase a Humax PVR-9300T but the store was out of stock, and told me that it is now an obsolete model and a new replacement model will be launched soon.

Does anybody have any info on this, as John Lewis still have them in stock at £159.95 and I'm not sure whether to buy now at the lower price or wait for new model.

I'd be surprised if there wasn't a replacement model, since a lot of people will still use older non HD TVs for some time to come.

In the meantime, you could consider a reconditioned one direct from Humax for not much more than half that price, still with the 1 year guarantee. Anyway, i think the HD models should drop in price quite rapidly soon, i don't see a justification for double the price of non-HD models.
 

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