Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by steve k, Nov 28, 2004.
Is there a reason why JVC machines do not get much of a mention
The JVC machines are excellent in performance and features but lack one crucial thing: RGB input. This prevents recording in the best possible quality from sources such as Freeview, Sky and NTL. For PC users they also use 'unofficial' resolutions during recording times between 2hrs 30mins and 4hrs which can make importing into DVD authoring programmes difficult.
but they are geat for disc compatibility and very god V F M Big HDD and features like Ilink at a lower price than panny et al but lack of RGB in is a problem otherwise lovely machines....... If only they came in black..........
Why on some of the spec's it says dual scart (with RGB ) this is on the new model JVC DR-MX1SEK have a look on the
this would be a space saver for me as my vidio has packed up could you let me know what you think thanks
It's almost certainly referring to RGB loopthrough and RGB Output on AV1 as opposed to RGB input.
The DR-M10 does come in black (as might others from the German retailer technikdirekt.de - if I've spelt that correctly) from Highway Hi-Fi for £190 plus free delivery if UK mainland address.
I believe the MX1 has RGB input as its normal to assume they all have RGB loopthrough and the MX1 is the only one with RGB noted on the Scart input section.Maybe JVC have woken up at last
indeed the M10 is available in black...anyone know when the next batch of JVC decks are coming hopefully in black with RGB inputs...
Has anybody got an MX1 yet?
Check out the JVC SR-DVM 70 and the JVC DR-DX7S.
No one is selling them yet though, as far as I am aware.
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