1. Sharp TU-T2

    Sharp TU-T2

    If you want a simple Freeview HD solution then this Sharp box may be what you require, but it's not quite the finished article

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  2. Philips DTR-5520

    Philips DTR-5520

    Designed in conjunction with Pace, this set-top box can certainly perform, but there's no denying that others are worth the extra cash

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  3. Linsar FHD1

    Linsar FHD1

    Available through John Lewis, this Linsar box is competitively priced, and capable too - but there are better out there to choose from

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  4. Goodmans GDB300HD

    Goodmans GDB300HD

    For the money, this Goodmans set-top box isn't a bad option, but it needs to be slicker, and the remote is horrible

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  5. Icecrypt T2200

    Icecrypt T2200

    Coming from the veterans at Topfield, the Icecrypt T2200 is certainly a very functional box, although it's not fantastic

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  7. Sky + HD 1TB

    Sky + HD 1TB

    Satellite recorder of the year, Awards 2011. If you're into HD TV, then you should check out this addition to the tried and trusted Sky+ format

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  8. Humax HD-FOX T2

    Humax HD-FOX T2

    Best Freeview HD receiver, Awards 2011. No satellite dish, no cable, just high-definition images. This is a very impressive Freeview HD set-top box

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  9. Sagem DTR94250S

    Sagem DTR94250S

    Bridges the gap between the single-tuner Technisat HDFS and the Humax Foxsat-HDR: a capable if unspectacular buy

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  10. TechniSat HDFS

    TechniSat HDFS

    A superb solution for its price – if TechniSat ever produces a twin-tuner PVR version, Humax would have serious competition

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  11. Humax Foxsat-HDR

    Humax Foxsat-HDR

    Best Freesat PVR, Awards 2010. If you're looking to take the plunge with Freesat, this is the way to do it – a great piece of kit

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