Here Are The Specs For The Panasonic Dmre500 Jsut Got From My Brother Works At Panaso

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  1. get1a2get1a2

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    Panasonic DMRE500
    Plays pre-recorded DVD's & CD's
    Built in analogue & digital TV tuner
    Ethernet connection for networking
    DVD-Audio (5.1) playback
    Built-in Dolby Digital and DTS Decoders
    HDMI output
    MP3 Playback
    DVD Audio Playback (Stereo)
    Records on DVD-RAM & DVD-R Video Blank Media
    Will make discs that will play in most existing DVD players (DVD-R only)
    Uses VBR (Variable Bit Rate) Technology to maintain high picture quality
    Videoplus+
    Playback programs recorded to DVD-RAM or HDD while watching another program on DVD-RAM or HDD
    Internal 400GB HD for time shifting
    High speed transfer (22 Mbps) to and from HDD to DVD-RAM
    When transferring at 1x speed from HDD to DVD-RAM or DVD-R, formats can be re-encoded eg XP mode > EP mode)
    Allows non-linear editing to transfer to DVD-RAM and from DVD-RAM to HDD
    Playback while recording even at high bit rates (HDD and DVD-RAM)
    Uses the single layer 4.7GB DVD-R (once only) system and DVD-RAM 4.7Gb systems
    Records in real-time using MPEGII compression-Up to 6 hours per DVD-RAM disc
    Quick recording function automatically finds the blank part of the disc
    Variable Data rate and variable resolution settings
    Disc navigation thumbnail chapter view
    Built-in time base corrector that delivers highly stable, natural images
    Front A/V input
    Full RGB in and out
    Flexible recording mode allows you to manually a time for recording and the player will set the best possible bit rate for that time, say 1 hour 15 minutes to fill a disc
    Can record and playback NTSC and PAL
    Progressive Scan (PAL & NTSC)
    Firewire (i-link) DV input
    PCMCIA PC Card upgrade slot
    SD Card Reader for JPEG, TIFF and MPEG4 playback
     
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    This looks to be the one to get. Any idea of what the price is likely to be? I know an exact price is not possible but an educated guess would be nice, I am thinking about getting a Panny 85 and am wondering if I should wait and save a bit more.
    Thanks
    Artyh. :)
     
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