Awesome unit (Highly Recommended) | Panasonic DMR-EH75VS DVD Recorder / VCR Combo with 80GB Hard Drive, HDMI, SD Card, and DV Input
Panasonic DMR-EH75VS DVD Recorder / VCR Combo with 80GB Hard Drive, HDMI, SD Card, and DV Input
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BEST BANG FOR YOUR BUCKS
Bought this back in December 2006 and still am very pleased with this unit. I am guessing that this model is not being made any more but what ever the replacement for this model I would at least look up any reviews on it and I bet it has positive reviews for the most part.
My friend has this unit and he says it plays DIVX. I don't see in the specs (unless I missed it)
Can anyone confirm this?
Awesome unit (Highly Recommended)
+ records to HDD instantly, w/push of a button (no lag from sleep mode)
+ dubbing in multi-directions:
to HDD, VHS to HDD, etc. Versatile.
+ it allows you to burn & archive your own DVDs!
+ works very well with Directv
+ can edit out commercials (improved from prev. models, much less lag)
+ VHS feature is superb, as it removes most tracking and jitter issues
+ simultaneous disc burning and recording of live TV
+ high-speed dubbing & flex recording
+ XP recording & digital audio
+ compatible with virtually all formats, including +/- DL and DVD-RAM
+ can set and remove chapters
+ SD slot for digital photos
+ improved remote control responsiveness (from previous models)
+ component video and
+ uses Samsung Spinpoint HD (quiet, reliable, stays cool, responsive)
+ Made in Japan
- no HD tuner (only analog)
- no timer record feature for VHS
- cannot record in LP quality for VHS, only SP or EP (strange)
- customized chapters are kept only for discs burned in high-speed mode
- cannot re-combine programs once they've been divided
- does not read photos burned onto DVDs, only CDs.
- does not playback DIVX burned onto CDs, only DVDs.
- disc menu choices could have been better (when finalizing discs)
- some missing channels in TV Guide (i.e. ESPN2)
- dislike placement of TV Guide button on the remote control
- not multi-regional, neither VHS nor DVD (lol, getting picky)
Despite some minor flaws, overall this is an extremely strong DVD recorder. It is fantastic for converting your VHS library into DVD. I've had no problems in nearly two years. It's too bad Panasonic & others have decided to pull the plug on
DVD recorders in the North American market. This is a big mistake, do you hear me? Please bring the high-definition blu-ray machines over here soon (w/o shortcuts, must be Made in Japan please).
I am also quite impressed on how much these go for, even USED (especially since I bought mine well under the MSRP).
Easily 5-stars for the
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