Sony RDR-HX900 or RDR-HX1000

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  1. swede

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    Hi,

    I am considering buying one of these two players. Does anyone know the difference between them besides the hard disk size?

    Thanks in advance!

    Regards,

    Harald
     
  2. deluk

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    Hi there,

    There is no difference other than the hard disk size !!

    hope this helps

    p.s
    just bought myself an hx900 !!!! yeeee haaaa!!!
     
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    How are you finding your HX900 or is it too early to say?

    I've held off deciding between this Sony and the Tosh 32 until I've seen some reviews (WHiFi's review was not exactly comprehensive) so would be keen to get any feedback. And I suspect there are others on this forum that would be interested as well,

    Thanks

    Mark
     
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    Not Comprehensive? WhatHifi basically appeared to review DVD playback and HQ+ and that was it!

    A thoroughly unimpressive piece of journalism.
     
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    I've just returned an RDR-HX900 because the fan was too noisy and at random intervals and for no apparent reason the fan ran up to a rediculous speed and could be heard in a different room. Of course, that particular machine may of been faulty.

    On the plus side, it was beautifully built and had a superb picture quality from the HDD.

    A big minus, there is no flexible record and you can't create playlists on the HDD, in fact you can do very little editing on the HDD, I think A-B delete was about it.
     

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