where to buy panasonic dmre-55

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  1. runningback

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    Hi best deal i could find for Panasonic dmre-55 dvd recorder
    is this, (has to be Multiregion)
    http://secure.westgateav.com/HOMEPAGE_PANASONIC_31.html

    anybody knows a better one?

    P.S. Richer sounds have store priority on theirs (grrrrr)
    and as i live in Cornwall i'm not driving 70 miles to Exeter to get one.


    thx,
     
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    just ordered, thx :)

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    Cool, i've been after one myself, but still trying to convince my wife !
    I thought the westgateav price u quoted excluded delivery, was i right i n that assumption??

    Keep us informed on how u get on with it.

    btw Argos are selling 5 packs of Panasonic DVD-RAM on their website for £14.99 + delivery if that's any use to u.

    Delh68
     
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    yes, westgateav price was -delivery
    i've found another one for £249 with 25 blank discs included.
    http://www.avland.co.uk/panasonic/dmre55/dmr-e55.htm

    regarding the dvd-ram, i have some rewritable ones left which i bought
    for my LG DVD writer, so i think for the moment the DVD-r will do,
    and i can also erase my DVD-Rams after recording onto them and then
    transfering to DVD-r on the PC.

    will keep u informed how i get on, i think the first major action will be
    transfering my VHS tapes (well maybe the best 100 films ) to
    DVD-r.
     
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    the blank discs will be -r, & cost about £12 from the likes of SVP & Bigpockets, so the DigitalPoint deal still seems the best.
    You're lucky u have a DVD-RAM reader, i've been thinking about getting a cheap 2nd hand panasonic dvd player, so i could do all my recording on DVD-RAM (so can edit), then copy them to DVD-r to keep, using the SCART connection between the dvd player & recorder (negating the need for any fancy software). Do u think that would work??

    Delh68
     
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    can't see why not. should work with any player that accepts a dvd-ram.
     
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    Here's hoping i get the nod from my good lady wife :)

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