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Daewoo DH6100P Dvd Recorder
Multi-region Capable DVD Recorder with 80 GB Hard Drive approx 76 hours
Recordable disc type: DVD+R/ DVD+RW/DVD-R/DVD-RW (dual media support).
Playable disc type: DVD / DVD+RW / DVD+R / DVD-R / DVD-RW
Super VCD / VCD(2.0).
Time shifting
Auto/ Manual chapter making (5MIN / 10MIN / 15MIN)
6 Hours recording ( HQ: 60 / SP:120 EP:240 SLP: 360)
One-touch record (OTR)
Progressive scan
Index picture screen (visual table of contents)
Dolby/DTS Digital 5.1 compatible (pass through)
Video Plus+
Programme delivery control
3D Virtual surround for 2CH audio
Child lock
14 OSD languages
Power supply: 200~240V 60HZ
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to enable Multi region playback

1) Setup button
2) Initial set up screen / enter button
3) scroll along top to System info
4) Enter numbers 1101 on remote
5) enter region 0 for region free
6) Press enter then setup button
Does this play Divx too, I know it's not listed but if anyone has further info?
Does this play Divx too, I know it's not listed but if anyone has further info?

Amazon says no.
Does this work well with burning movies from Sky+?
Amazon reviews (@ £200) are generally good however one reviewer had no end of problems (2 replacements within guarantee); is there a question over the Daewoo's reliability?

BTW it has an analog tuner, in case anyone is assuming it's digital.

You can record on it using the Scart input - would this help the Sky+ users?
Also loks like it is quite noisy. A pet hate.I may as well take my spare PC downstairs and use that instead.

The level of noise is about the same as a busy PC with its CPU fan on.
If you are closer than six foot from it then the fan sound is likely to be a nuisance, particulary when playing quiet music tracks.
Because of the fan noise I would say this machine is best used for recording when you do not want to watch the TV at the same time. For the quieter films I would suggest it is best used by recording to DVD and then playing the DVD on another cheapo player.

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