Manhattan T2-R review
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With no access to smart features and streaming apps, the Manhattan T2-R, with its 500GB hard drive, is a paired-back PVR in every sense. Still, with most TVs now coming with all the smart apps you could want, if the T2-R is easy to use, and has excellent picture and sound quality, then it could still be a Best Buy. Read on to see if this PVR has what it takes.
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- What's the picture and sound like?
- What's it like to use?
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- Should I buy it?
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