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Hitachi DV-PF4E(UK) Combi

Discussion in 'TVs' started by GBrent, Mar 30, 2005.

  1. GBrent

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    Argos are currently selling this combi for £100 does anyone know if it's any good and therefore worth getting (the person who wants it isn't an AV fanatic she just wants a dvd and vhs in one to save space)?
     
  2. GBrent

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    No-one heard of it then??

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  3. GBrent

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    Oh well she got it! So far it seems pretty good, we'll see.....
     
  4. Lizzybif

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    I was thinking of getting this.

    Does she get a good playback from recording TV programmes?

    I have a JVC at the moment and get a 'graininess' and 'flickering' in the playback.

    There is a cheaper model (£10 less) and, as far as I am aware, the only difference is Video+?

    Your feedback would be really appreciated.

    The good thing is that Argos will take it back after 16 days if not satisfied. :smashin:
     
  5. GBrent

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    So far my friend says she has had no problems with the hitachi although she did say it was a bit complex to program (well actually she said she had to read the instructions rather than just guessing!!).

    As for the picture on playback I don't think she has had any problems, she is using a scart cable.

    Rather interestingly argos gives a price of £100 on it's website but when (after reserving it) she went to pick it up it was cheaper (£10 or £20 cheaper!!).
     

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