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time slip on the 9200t

Discussion in 'Digital TV & Video Players & Recorders' started by jtfab75, Oct 26, 2005.

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  1. jtfab75

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    i have a panasonic e55 dvd recorder with timeslip which i love to bits.does the humax 9200t have something like 'timeslip' ?
    i know the panasonic pvr has timeslip but it hasn't got good reviews.
    which other twin tuners pvrs have timeslip.
    thanks
     
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    Is that like timeshift?
    If so then yes, you can pause or rewind live broadcasts.
    I am not sure what the pause length is, on the 8000T it was an hour.

    If timeslip is something else then sorry I don't know...anyone?


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    The 9200t has a 1hr 50min - 2hr buffer,dependent on bitrate of programme you are watching.
     
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    I have a Panasonic E100 HD/DVd Recorder and a Humax 8000 PVR, both of which have 'time slip' of sorts.

    I must say that since I bought the Humax my Pan E100 (which has an NTL stb connected) has become a bit redundant.
    The Humax timeslip is MUCH better in every respect...

    Better pic quality.
    It records the title of the prog AND the Info.
    You can pause and rewind (approx 90 mins) the programme you are on without having to hit the record button like on the Pan.

    With the 9200 you can chose to record whats in the temp buffer, which would be VERY useful.

    The Pan E100 is useful for recording from external devices and on th erare occaision to DVD but that's about it. It's lack of freeview tuner is a HUGE disadvantage compared to a dedicated Freeview PVR.

    I'm toying with the idea of ditching NTL and upgrading to a Humax 9200 for the extra tuner.
     

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