Written on: 27/03/2011
I had thought Sagem was a good brand and when the freeview box started to go wrong in the 1st month we ignored it (though having bought it from Argos we didn't get a warranty anyway!). Since then I have been frequently frustrated in the fact that you record something...it gets half way through on playback then freezes. I have not seen the end of multiple films/series and have had enough!!! Not sure where to go next but it won't be a Sagem... (read more)
Written on: 05/09/2009
I bought 2 of these pieces of junk. Both ITD62's started off very favourably but after a while the pictures froze or pictulated. In the end I just replaced them with new £15 tesco ones that work off the same aerial that the Sagems would not. (read more)
Written on: 04/01/2009
They always work they are reliable I have had a different freeview box to this from sagem and I have to say sagem is the best for freeview boxes and all other things they make.
I always and only buy sagem freeview boxes I buy loads of other things from sagem and I have never had any problems.. (read more)
Written on: 07/09/2008
My sagem idt 62 has now just started to want me to download new channels 3 or 4 times a night now , so I think somethings wrong , ? any ideas anyone ? its getting to be a pain in the you know what !! On the whole its pretty good , apart frrm this problem (read more)
Written on: 17/01/2006 by careertogo (4 reviews written)
We have used freeview boxes for a couple of years now. Originally, we bought two Goodmans freeview boxes, but both developed the same problem - kept switching off! Not impressed. The Sagem ITD62 freeview boxes are much neater, and easier to use. (read more)
Written on: 17/12/2004 by johnead (7 reviews written)
The Sagem ITD62 is an attractive Freeview box and for the most part it does its job well considering its low price. The EPG is basic but works well and it turns on and off quite quickly as digiboxes go. It's also well constructed from toughened plastic, and comes with dual SCARTS.
However, the "update channel" function (whereby the box notices there are new channels to be added to the its master list) has a daft bug which the company should sort with a firmware update. Every time it detects... (read more)
Written on: 11/12/2004 by sgtwilko (1 review written)
If you want to have a cheap Freeview box that just works with no frills at the smallest cost, the Sagem ITD62 will probably fit you.
If, however, you wanted to be able to record to video from your box and/or view Freeview from a TV in a different room, then this box is NOT for you.
This box has not got a RF modulator (a device that enables you to "See" the Freeview signal on any TV/Video by using your arieal not Scart), so unless you have one of the very few Videos that will record from... (read more)