What are these serious problems with audio levels?, and what is your other Freeview HD receiver?There seems to be serious problems with audio levels on the Humax HDR Fox T2, even when you put it up to max volume. I have two Freeview HD receivers and the other one doesn't have any problem at all with sound levels.
I would be interested in an info on what the audio problems are - mine has been a distinct lisping of words on many channels - worse on things I already recorded. I am going to contact Humax but don't expect to much. I will also reload previous release to see if that restores the sound. It is very wierd.
Thanks for any advise if anyone has some.
its not a serious problem. audio levels change when swapping from HD to SD and vice versa.What are these serious problems with audio levels?, and what is your other Freeview HD receiver?
i had problems deleting watched programmes off the hard drive.
i was cleaning up the hard drive( im sure its only me that does it), and noticed some wouldn't delete, they where HD files (not had problems with SD files yet).
thought they where locked, they weren't. started to think of file/hard drive problems.
so decided to see if one of the files would play, it did, option where the standard, resume, play from start, delete ect.
it played from resume but it was at the end of the file.
i then tried to delete, no success.
i then tried play from start, started to play has i would expect, so stopped it.
tried deleting again, it worked.
conclusion:- bug from last update (i think, just covering myself)
so anyone having problem deleting, make sure its at the start of the programme, then try deleting it.
did notice you can only delete 2 at a time
i've had a thought (my lad is 6, so try to think the same, NO that should be easy comments please)
when i watch something, i stop it and then look for something else to watch
he's got his own folder where i put his programmes, it maybe when he's finished watching something, instead of stopping it he just go's to his folder and starts playing something else.
when i get chance i'll give it a go, post the results.
i've seen the same thing, cant remember the exact situation but couldnt delete manually or using opt+
These files probably won't delete because the box thinks that they are still playing, and therefore can't delete them.i've managed to recreate it, its as i suspected, i just did it wrong
play a file, skip to near the end, without stopping it, start another programme (the files i used where in the same folder, it may do the same over different folders). repeat a few times.
you should now have some files that wont delete until you use the process as previously described
It has also been reported with previous versions that you couldn't delete a recording that was still playing, so I do not see it as a bug, just a behaviour characteristic.i know, but it never happened on the previous version, as far as i know, so its a bug introduced since the last update