Pioneer DVR720, Toshiba RDXS32 or Panasonic DMRE95 and retaining 16:9 on DVD copy

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  1. Maximumbaz

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    I made the mistake of buying a Sony RDR-HX900 and intend to swap it for a Pioneer DVR720, Toshiba RDXS32 or Panasonic DMRE95 so I can get playlists on HDD and flexible recording.

    My concern is whether these machines retain 16:9 format when high speed dubbing to DVD-R. Could somebody familiar with these models put me right?
     
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    Mistake? I'd plump for the others as well but WHFi (snigger) said the Sony is the best DVD recorder ever!
     
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    hi, have been looking at all of the above and am swinging between the sony and panasonic...still trying to figure it all out, why was the sony such a mistake?

    cheers
     
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    hi, have been looking at all of the above and am swinging between the sony and panasonic...still trying to figure it all out, why was the sony such a mistake?

    cheers
     
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    hi, have been looking at all of the above and am swinging between the sony and panasonic...still trying to figure it all out, why was the sony such a mistake?

    cheers
     
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    hi, have been looking at all of the above and am swinging between the sony and panasonic...still trying to figure it all out, why was the sony such a mistake?

    cheers
     

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