Xoro HRT 7620 DVB-T Receiver

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Test report: Xoro HRT 7620 DVB-T Receiver

Features of the Xoro HRT 7620 DVB-T receiver

The Xoro HRT 7620 DVB-T receiver is a future-proof receiver. Thanks to the DVB-T2 tuner and a new chipset with powerful HECV decorder, the receiver is able to receive all unencrypted DVB-T2 transmitters in Germany. However, it can, of course, still receive the existing DVB-T stations, until the conversion to DVB-T2 finally takes place. The FullHD HEVC receiver is suitable for digital antenna television. It is equipped with a recording function and a Mediaplayer. The operation of the receiver is simple and the remote control is well in the hand. It has a compact housing and requires little power. In itself, the receiver is quite small and does not need much space so you can set it up. Partially, he also fits under the TV. If you connect a USB memory device to the receiver, it can be used as a recorder with Timeshift function. Timeshift means "time-delayed television". This means that one can start with the appearance, for example of a film, even later than it begins. The existing network interface allows you to display the current weather forecast of the site. Likewise, the Xoro HRT 7620 DVB-T receiver has 400 station storage locations and a videotext. Due to the numerous connections on the receiver, you can connect additional devices to it. It has an HDMI, Scart, USB 2.0, digital audio and LAN port and an RF antenna including a 5V antenna voltage.  

Technical specifications:

- Power: 6 watts - Size: 16.8 x 11.5 x 0.3 cm - Weight: 408 g - Connectors: HDMI, SCART, USB 2.0, digital audio, RF antenna incl 5V antenna voltage, LAN - DVB-T2 Tuner chipset with powerful HEVC decoder - 400 station memory locations - 4 favorite groups - EPG - Videotext  

Advantages of the Xoro HRT 7620 DVB-T receiver:

- Future-proof due to the DVB-T2 tuner and the new CHipsatz with powerful HEVC- Decorder - Recording function - Mediaplayer - Easy operation - Good remote control - Timeshift function - 400 station storage locations - Numerous connections - Network capable  

Disadvantages of the Xoro HRT 7620 DVB-T Receiver:

- No Internet content - No radio - Limited size for timeshift - No saving of timeline recordings possible


Conclusion guyThe Xoro HRT 7620 DVB-T receiver provides a future-proof model. This means that if you switch to DVB-T2, you do not have to buy a new receiver. It has great performances like the recording function and the network capability. It is easy to operate and is therefore suitable for everyone. One does not have to know specifically. Due to the fact that the receiver requires very little space, it can be set up well without disturbing it. It has few disadvantages such as the limited size for Timeshift or that no Internet content is available. However, if you do not attach great importance to it, it is definitely worth buying the Xoro HRT 7620 DVB-T receiver, because you will be well served with this receiver in the future. The price-performance ratio is right and you can recommend the receiver in any case.

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