Do you mean the Humax Foxsat-HDR or the Humax HDR-FOX T2? I presume you do mean the Foxsat at this is the Foxsat section of the forum and the UK satellite beam patterns have been shifted (to a different satellite) so that Spain is now excluded.Sorry if i have come to wrong page but am a 72 year old technophobic. I want to know how I can connect humax fox 500 HDR to the internet in order to watch uk TV in Spain I don't know what leads in need or if I get connected , how to download film on free to the humax. I am currently watching film on free on my laptop, good reception but screen too small please help
That's a bit harsh for a 72yo technophobe. She probably hasn't.Have you not heard of HDMI switches??
Nor does it stop it replaying, but it ain't a lot of use without it. It makes life difficult for recording.Disconnecting the HDMI from the Foxsat to the TV does not stop it recording.
That's a bit richThat's a bit harsh
Well excuse me!What I suspect she means is that she cannot see the Hummy output on the TV if she disconnects the HDMI, therefore can't see the EPG, therefore can't set a recording.
Who said June had an internet enabled TV?BlackHole said:Actually, it seems unlikely a TV equipped with Ethernet input only has one HDMI...
It might not be a problem to you, me or a lot of other people here, but June is a self confessed " 72 year old technophobic" and perhaps June is fluent in German and gets loads of stuff from 19.2E.BH said:Did we not always work like that, in the days before multiple-tuner recorders? Let's suppose that either the TV has more than one HDMI input or there is an external switch (very cheap, even remote-controlled). Switch to Foxsat input, set up recordings (but with no access to UK feeds one wonders what there is to record), switch to PC input, view iPlayer or whatever, switch to Foxsat input, view Foxsat recordings. It isn't a problem.