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Panasonic TUCT100

Discussion in 'Digital TV & Video Players & Recorders' started by LFC4ever, Feb 10, 2005.

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  1. LFC4ever

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    Saw this on a site and wondered if anyone can advise how it does this?
    Do you need a Panasonic DVD recorder as well

    The TUCTH100 comes with an external link for archive to DVD-RAM or DVD-R discs for external storage.
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    The TUCTH100 is "vapourware" - subject of a thousand empty promises from Panasonic - don't hold your breath waiting for it to be released. Until it is no one can really confirm what it can/can't do.

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    When it does come - and I'm waiting for it likes lots of others - I wonder how difficult it would be for Panasonic to develop a new model with a dvd burner in it as well. That's the product I really really want...HDD, twin tuner Freeview, extended EPG, Dvd RAM, -R and -RW. Please Panasonic can we have it?
     
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    Amen to that but just one question - if it has a hard drive (for the PVR side of things) why would you need -RAM, -R and -RW support as well? Wouldn't it just be enough for it to do -R (15p very compatible discs)? Why would you want -RAM and -RW as well when you'd be able to do better editing on the hard drive?

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    You're right, I've got 10 DVD-RAMs and I've yet to use one on my Panny e-85. It's just that the new Panasonic DVD recorders are going to have the capability to use -RW as well as RAMs and I wasn't going to suggest that the down specify my ideal model.

    Actualy that would be a fun thread...design your ideal HDD/DVD recorder product. Just to make it sensible it should be to meet a specific price point - let's say £500 at the sort of discount retailers we all prefer.
     
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    I forgot to mention HDMI as well, please.
     

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