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Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by big ric, Nov 30, 2004.

  1. big ric

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    HI
    Could anybody tell me if there is a dvd recorder with dvi output and is multi region
    Thanx
    Big Ric
     
  2. eddyad

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    I was caught on this terminolgy a while ago. Do you mean DV Input/Output as from a digital camcorder?

    If so the Pioneer 520 and 720 HDD/DVD do it if you get one which has been 'multi-regioned' e.g. from http://www.multiregionmagic.co.uk/
    You can get the manual from http://www.pioneer.co.uk

    On page 117 it says:

    • This recorder only outputs HDD/DVD playback video
    from the DV IN/OUT jack; signals from the built-in TV
    tuner, CD, Video CD and other inputs are not output.
    • Copy-protected or copy-once video is not output from
    the DV IN/OUT jack
     
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    big ric,

    On the assumption you did mean DVI and not DV input then the answer is no: a few DVD recorders are on the horizon with HDMI though - provided your DVI cnnection is DRM compliant then a simple DVI-HDMI cable will suffice.

    The Pioneer 920 will be available in the next month or so and that offers HDMI (I'm sure it will be available multi-region) price at a little over £1000. Failing that there are a few models coming out next year with HDMI: the Toshiba RDXS32, top end Panasonic etc.
     

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