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Anyone seen a review or own JVC HRXV1?

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by hollie.weimeran, Sep 22, 2002.

  1. hollie.weimeran

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    I'm after some info on HRXV1 and how it performs with vcd's. As i'm limited for space this seems an ideal solution. Any other reccomendations for combination units would be appreciated.
     
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    You can find a review on www.totaldvd.net

    Any one out there got this? I'm interested because I need to save space and I have a JVC TV (AV32R25). I assume you can use the TV remote to controle this combi.

    Question is this, Can you set the DVD to output Nicam Stereo because I want to use the Pro-Logic decoder built into my TV?
     
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    Preston,

    I didn't get the combi - after a fair bit of research that led me to believe that the combination VCR/DVD players are at best a compromise (for the price they sell at they have to be) - I eventually went and bought a Panasonic DMr e30 DVD recorder and I havn't been disappointed. I didn't have a lot of pre recorded videos and I'm sure that this is definitely the way to go.
     
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    Agreed. I supose I should copy my wedding video onto DVD and ditch tape altogether. I've not ruled out a hard disk recorder yet but I refuse to pay for Sky+.
     

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