Sumvision SV-1001 DVD Recorder with DivX/Xvid Compatibility

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  1. SuperBob

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    Anyone know much about this recorder?
    It's started appearing online at around £125
    Below is the web info (cut & paste) no mention of RGB in, or an optical output?

    Allowing you to record directly from TV to DVD disk, this recorder is ideally placed to give you all the options you are used to with a VHS video recorder, but with the advantage of recording on DVD in digital format, therefore, enhancing the quality of the image and no more chewed tapes!

    Plays virtually all media formats including DivX and Xvid files in addition to the traditional DVD and CD formats, also allows playback of JPEG and MP3 via the Built-in USB port.

    With progressive scan, built in TV tuner and much more, this unit is fantastic value for money.

    If you are looking for a great alternative to VHS recording, and at an exceptional price, then you wont go far wrong with this excellent DVD recorder.

    Features:
    - Allows playback of DVD-R(W), DVD+R(W), CD-R(W), SVCD, MP3, JPEG, Kodak Picture CD
    - Records live to DVD+R(W)
    - Record from TV, Camcorder, CVR and DVD
    - Multiple Recording Modes: HQ (1h), SP (2h), LP (3h), EP (4h), EP+ (6h)
    - Timed record
    - On-screen navigator gives quick access to your recordings, along with editing features like Add/Del and Hide chapters
    - Advanced playback functions: Slow playback, repeat, parental control, screensaver, zoom in/out, track selection, on-screen display
    - Built-in TV Tuner: Automatic TV channel scan and memory of channels
    - Rear and Side A/V Inputs
    - Continue recording and auto-searching the remaining space
    - Progressive scan
    - Support record modes Built-in Dolby Digital decoder.
    - Video (2 groups), S-Video, RF TV signal, stereo audio input

    Specifications:
    - TV Type: NTSC/PAL
    - TV Display: Normal, 4:3 Letterbox, Pan-scan, 16:9 widescreen
    - Analog audio: Dolby 5.1 channel decoding
    - Audio signal-to-noise rate: More than 80dB
    - Power: AC110~240V, 50/60 Hz
    - Receiving Frequency Range: 45MHz - 900MHz
    - Component video, S-Video, YPbPr, Optical, Coaxial, 5.1 CH output

    Options:
    - SCART input & output
    - Nicam audio
    - TV system: PAL/NTSC/SECAM
    - VPS/PDC
    - MPEG4
     
  2. chrisdual

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    I noticed this as well....

    they have a website http://www.sumvision.com.cn/dvdplayer.shtml

    with the following list of features:

    Live record

    Timed record

    Record DVD+R, DVD+RW

    Continue recording and auto-searching the remaining space

    Progressive scan

    Automatic TV channel scan and memorize

    Compatible with DVD, CD, MP3, CD-R/RW and DVD+R/RW discs

    Support HQ (1h), SP (2h), LP (3h), EP (4h), EP+(6h)
    record modes Built-in Dolby Digital decoder.

    Video (2 groups), S-Video, RF TV signal, stereo audio input

    Component video, S-Video, YPbPr, Optical, Coaxial, 5.1 CH output

    Options:
    SCART input & output

    Nicam audio

    TV system: PAL/NTSC/SECAM

    VPS/PDC

    MPEG4

    Interesting but there are a couple of shots elsewhere which show a USB port on the front and what looks like a 1394 interface (DV in perhaps?)

    I'm gonna keep looking....
     

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