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Humax Freesat HB-1000S

A Freesat HD Box

Freesat HD is a subscription free service giving access to a range of television and radio channels with some addition features. To gain access to this service you do require to have an installed satellite dish and a set-top box such as the Humax HB-1000S which is the subject of this review.

The Humax HB-1000S box is rather nondescript in appearance.  Compact in size with dimensions of 200 x 155 x 30 mm (W x D x H), the metal box is well perforated with punch holes on the top and slots along the sides and base of the unit.  An on/off button and infra-red sensor are accompanied by logos for Humax and Freesat HD on the front panel.  Four small feet on the base of the unit raise it above the surface to aid w the free flow of cooling air.