LG RHT498H Freeview + DVD Recorder with 250Gb HDD £219.99 @ ARGOS - HotUKDeals
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250Gb Hard Disc Drive.
Up to 729 hours recording time.
Dolby sound system.
Supports region 2.
Playback compatibility: DVD (PAL / NTSC), DVDXRAM, DVD+RW / +R, DVD+R (8.5GB Double Layer), DVDXRW / XR, VCD / SVCD / AUDIOXCD, CDXR/XRW, DivX, JPEG / MP3 / MP3 ID Tag / WMA.
DivX playback.
Photo playback.
Recording capability: DVDXRAM, DVD+RW / +R, DVD+R (8.5GB Double Layer), DVDXRW / XR.
Built in digital tuner.
8 day electronic programme guide with series link.
Pause Live TV.
HDMI output socket.
Upscales to 1080p.
DVI input socket.
2 SCART sockets.
1 SCART lead.
PAL progressive.
Freeview playback approved.
Super multi DVD recorder - records onto all types of DVD discs.
Copy 1 hours of video to DVD or HDD in only 27 seconds.
DV and USB input - connect camcorders, digital cameras and MP3 players.
Simplink - use the same remote control as your compatible LG TV.DVFX - for improved quality in recording and playback.
Advanced time shift - pause and rewind live TV.
Optical output - digital audio direct to a home cinema system.
Progressive scan for improved picture quality.
Remote control.
Size (H)5.4, (W)43, (D)27.8cm.
Weight 3.52kg.
Remote control requires 1 x AAA battery (included).

R.R.P £299.99 although others places have this for £229.99

seems to be out of stock now for home delivery so store pick up only.
This model seems to get good reviews online.
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Tenner dearer in Comet, but there is Quidco to offset it a bit, and you should get it a bit sooner!

Expensive piece of kit though for a machine with a single tuner, I suppose it is this sort of thing that is an option if you really want to archive recordings to keep, rather than just record them for time-shifting purposes like with a PVR or Sky plus.
blue-ray is the future of home video even for freeview there is a HD version now. Normal dvd are going to be obsolete very soon! so it is better to buy blue-ray system or wait a bit more till their price come lower. very cold for me!
Normal dvd are going to be obsolete very soon!

Was it you that wrote the same tripe on another thread earlier in the week?

Saying something often doesn't make it true :-(
Was it you that wrote the same tripe on another thread earlier in the week?

Saying something often doesn't make it true :-(

i guess everyone is entitle to their views.

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