It's not the same kind of beast. If you want a HDR-FOX-like thing it would be a HDR-2000T, or maybe FVP-4000T.
Something is wrong here. Some of the HDR-2000Ts navigation functions when in the guide are very much faster than the last few software versions for the HDR-FOX T2.="crunchie, post: 100597, member: 629"]Thanks, my dad has the hdr2000t though and that's much slower than my old hdr fox t2.
With power saving on (which is the default) the following are my start up times from full stand-by for some units to get the sound and picture:The 2000t takes ages to turn on
I find the HDR-2000T relatively poor for weak signals. Also the auto-tune function is not as good as the HDR-FOX T2 at storing from the correct commercial multiplexes and will store those on the lowest frequencies even if those are weaker or will result in the HDR-2000T getting confused and not recording all programmes.The 2000t ... and suffers picture freezing during signal interference (common problem).
Whether you would find a DTR-T2100 a downgrade or not will depend on the features and detail that you are after.Is the dtr-t2100 faster or a downgrade?