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Foxtel iQ2

The Foxtel iQ2 is one of the best upgrades currently available for people who've invested in a HD panel, and it will only get better.

Topfield TRF-7170

The TRF-7170 is a fully featured 1TB twin tuner PVR that does its job — just don't expect any servings of panache.

Humax HDR-7500T

Humax's HDR-7500T is a solid performer if you're after a PVR, but for ease of use it's still got a long way to go to unseat TiVo.

Foxtel iQ3

If you want the most from your Foxtel subscription then you want the iQ3. However, the jury is still out on whether the new hardware is a reason to sign up.

Marantz DV7001

The Marantz DV7001 is a well-built, upscaling DVD player which will appeal to music and movie lovers alike

Fetch TV Mighty

Fetch TV's brand new PVR-slash-IPTV box is big step up from the Gen 2 -- and all for the same price.

Denon DVD-1930

The Denon DVD-1930 is one of the best DVD players we've yet seen, with excellent features like HD upscaling and SACD playback -- proof that it pays to spend more on a good unit.

Panasonic DMR-XW480

Once again, Panasonic's served up a feature-rich PVR/DVD-recorder and saddled it with an unfriendly remote control and befuddling menu structure. DLNA streaming and plenty of storage space make this a sensible buy, but only for those with plenty of patience.

FetchTV

The FetchTV is a harbinger of good things to come; it easily integrates free-to-air and IPTV channels and presents them in a fuss-free way. We wish there was more channel variety, though.

Marantz DV4003

If you're looking to play your existing collection of DVDs and don't want a Blu-ray player, then the Marantz DV4003 is an excellent choice.

Topfield TF7100HDPVRt

There's not a lot the Topfield TF7100HDPVRt can't do. Topfield's done a fine job in combining all the relevant features users and PVR buyers will be looking for.

Beyonwiz DP-P2

Beyonwiz's DP-P2 is a PVR for those who don't mind a bit of tinkering and setting things up. The quest for the perfect PVR still continues.

Marantz DV6001

The Marantz DV6001 is one of the best DVD players available at this price -- it boasts both CD and DVD upscaling and comes in an attractively slim package to boot.

Harman Kardon DVD 37

The Harman Kardon DVD 37 is a very good upscaling DVD player, if not as successful as a music player.

Panasonic DMR-E500H

Panasonic's high-end DVD recorder includes an enormous 400GB hard disk drive, which the company claims can store over 700 hours of video.

TiVo Home Networking

It's tough to move past the sticker shock of the cost of TiVo's home networking solution, but it is a simple solution for those wanting more portable TV out of their PVR.

Toshiba XD-E500

Toshiba's XD-E500 provides a simple way to make humble DVDs look a bit better, but don't be fooled into thinking that it'll magically turn them into Blu-Ray discs.

TiVo 320 Media Device

The TiVo 320 Media Device has received a little storage bump, and despite competition from Sony's PlayTV it is still one of the best value-for-money PVRs on the market.