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Sony dvpns30 will I be ok ?

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by Merlin, Jun 27, 2005.

  1. Merlin

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    First steps into dvd recording and editing . Going for a panasonic DMR EH50 for recording off the TV and transfer of VHS tapes and betamax. Shall take footage to PC for editing using DVD-RAM.
    I see that the recommended dedicated player by the shop (as these DVD/HDD combos are not as good as dedicated playback device) a Sony DVPNS30 supports CD CD-RW DVD DVD-RW. If I am getting my TV footage down onto DVD-RAM and editing it back to that, then playback of that will not be using the Sony :rolleyes: but is this normal, seems like DVD-RAM playback is very limited with players ?

    Wish to experience surround sound, have just read of high definition TV so wish to ensure whatever player I get will be ok for the future and give me a good cinema experience when we replace the ageing 27inch Sony. What are the must haves ?

    back to DVD-RAM, should I consider another. Reviews of the N30 what I can find read v well, but what of surround sound and HDTV or is hdtv an expensive option most cannot afford now when getting new TV's ?

    Merlin
     

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