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Panasonic DMREH50 or DMRES10

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by Goooner, Jul 26, 2005.

  1. Goooner

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    Just about to buy a Panasonic plasma and I've got the option of a free DMRES10 or a half price DMREH50 (£160), I've already got Sky+ so basically what I'm asking is:

    Is the DMREH50 worth £160 more than the ES10?
     
  2. Rasczak

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    Do you want to make edited recordings that are compatible on other DVD players (without using a PC)? If the answer is yes then opt for the EH50. If no then the ES10 is an excellent machine especially if free :)
     
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    I transfer batches of recordings from my Sky+ to the hard drive of my E85 as all transfers from Sky+ are done at normal speed and it's out of action viewing-wise whilst this is taking place. Therefore I couldn't do this straight to a DVD as there wouldn't be enough space. I archive stuff onto the E85 and then can edit it at my leisure and thus free up space on Sky+.
     
  4. Goooner

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    Thanks guys, looks like the ES10 will suit my needs just fine, the extra functionality of the 50 might be nice, but I doubt I'd use it that much.
     
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    With EH50 (with HDD) you can make a lot of schedule recording without worrying about DVD discs availability... So, you can watch them, then decide which ones are worth remaining on DVD discs.

    ArtS :cool:
     
  6. Goooner

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    Scheduled recording is taken care of by Sky+ so that's not really an issue and I don't really archive stuff, to be honest if I want to keep something I'll buy the DVD with all the extras and 5.1 sound and stuff.
     
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    I have omited that you use Sky+. BTW I agree with you, that original DVDs are the best option available for archiving favourites.

    ArtS :smashin:
     

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