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Multiregion DVD Recorder £34.68 delivered

deanos Avatar
9y, 6m agoFound 9 years, 6 months ago
Dunno if its any good, but its cheap and multiregion, use Google checkout and Supersaver delivery for this price

Features

* DVD+R, DVD+RW recording * One Touch Record(OTR) * DV Input (Firewire IEEE 1394)

* 5.1 audio output * Progressive scan * Multi region * Remote control

* System Pal B/G, I, DK, Secam L, B/G, D/K * Surround formats 5.1 out, stereo out

* Digital stream audio out Dolby Digital, DTS, MPEG, PCM * * One touch recording

* Audio Languages (soundtracks) Up to 8 languages * Colour formats PAL, NTSC

* D/A converter 192KHz/24 bit sampling audio * Horizontal lines More than 500

* Screen formats PanScan, LetteBox, 16:9 * Disc Formats (Record) DVD+R, DVD+RW.

* Disc Formats (play back) DVD, DVD+R, DVD+RW, DVD-R, DVD-RW, VCD, SVCD, CD, CD-R, CDRW, MP3, JPEG.

* Fast forward/reverse speeds 2x, 4x,8x,16x,32x * Slow motion fwd/rev speeds 1/2, 1/4, 1/8.

* Programming Yes * OSD languages English, German, French, Spanish * Region coding Multi region

* Subtitles Up to 32 languages * DVD Last memory function Yes * Timer recording 20 timers

* Record quality High (60min.) Standard (120 min.) Extended (240min.)

* Standard long play (360min.) * Video inputs Composite, S-video

* Video Output Composite, S-Video, Component (Progressive scan), RGB

* S-video inputs 1 x front, 1 x rear * Digital Video in 1 x at the front panel.

* Digital Audio outputs 1 x Coaxial, 1x Optical * S-video outputs 1 * DVD+RW

* Mains voltage 95 - 230V / 50/60Hz * Dimensions (HxWxD) 55 x 430 x 320mm DVD+R

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#1
Darn! Good deal but no DiVX :-(
#3
can you put say a cable tv box (samsung virgin media) through this and record programs?
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bigup
can you put say a cable tv box (samsung virgin media) through this and record programs?


Just found an indepth review, and seems you cant record via scart, the DVD recorder is made by Sampo and rebranded across the world under various brands.

http://www.area450.com/recorders/r88atntour1-outside.html
#5
deanos
Just found an indepth review, and seems you cant record via scart, the DVD recorder is made by Sampo and rebranded across the world under various brands.

http://www.area450.com/recorders/r88atntour1-outside.html


thanks mate

ive found this one at ebuyer, http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/99535/rb/27772342827

bit more dearer at £55.79 delivered (with google) but reading the reviews on there, people saying they have recorded from sky, and its divx aswell. may go for this instead!
#6
deanos
Just found an indepth review, and seems you cant record via scart, the DVD recorder is made by Sampo and rebranded across the world under various brands.

http://www.area450.com/recorders/r88atntour1-outside.html

So if I have a TV with built in Freeview am I able to record the freeview onto this?
#7
In my experiences of owning (and using alot) my Panasonic dvd recorder you would be much wiser going with one with a HD inside. DVD recording isn't 100% and on the few times I have recorded straight to DVD I have had failures which if you are recording from TV you maybe won't get another shot at.

This only records to dvd+ which is yuck, when recorders first came out they were restricted to one format, but it hasn't been like that in ages.
#8
mikewot
Darn! Good deal but no DiVX :-(


I would have bought this if it was divx too
#9
deanos
Just found an indepth review, and seems you cant record via scart, the DVD recorder is made by Sampo and rebranded across the world under various brands.

http://www.area450.com/recorders/r88atntour1-outside.html


That's not really a disadvantage as this, like most cheapo DVD recorders don't record from RGB sources anyway, only CVBS and SVID. So it really makes no odds what input you plug your source material into, the picture will still be somewhat less than perfect and most likely dark an 'muddy' depending on the balance/quality of the inputs. But at the price offered (even if it only does +r) its still a good deal as a throwaway VHS replacement:-D

Oh and when you consider all the extra ouputs on it inc 5.1 and coax/optical out it's better specced than most cheapys:thumbsup:

By the way, in answer to the connecting sat/freeview to it :Click

And some user reviews : Click

And a final edit... Just looked at the review screenshots and it looks like it runs the same sort of software as this machine : http://www.hotukdeals.com/deal/21063/acoustic-solutions-dvdrw300-dvd-rec.

So as I said before this edit, cheapo DVD Recorders, not a lot in it and this one probably has the edge thanks to the extra outputs (the recording on scart 2 of the Argos mahine is sh*te btw).

Hope this little lot helps people decide one way or the other:)
#10
[SIZE=2]I can't see the point of only having composite/SVHS inputs on a recorder that has component output.[/SIZE]
#11
Jefft
[SIZE=2]I can't see the point of only having composite/SVHS inputs on a recorder that has component output.[/SIZE]


Why not? It plays retail dvds as well:p

Seriously though I know what you mean. Bit of a waste of time having digital satelite etc if you cant record it in HQ. But try to find a cheap recorder with RGB input......
#12
Shengis
Why not? It plays retail dvds as well:p

Seriously though I know what you mean. Bit of a waste of time having digital satelite etc if you cant record it in HQ. But try to find a cheap recorder with RGB input......


Yes but it is sold as a recorder. If the record function is a waste of time then you might just as well buy a player only and get a better deal.
#13
It depends on what you want to record, if its to transfer camcorder footage onto DVD this will be ideal with having a firewire connection :thumbsup:
#14
Jefft
Yes but it is sold as a recorder. If the record function is a waste of time then you might just as well buy a player only and get a better deal.


Depends what you want it for. I for one don't waste my money on sky etc so it makes no odds to me. One thing these would be good for is transferring for example home shot video footage onto DVD. Don't need RGB for that.
#15
deanos
It depends on what you want to record, if its to transfer camcorder footage onto DVD this will be ideal with having a firewire connection :thumbsup:


Beat me to it LOL;-)
#16
Shengis
Depends what you want it for. I for one don't waste my money on sky etc so it makes no odds to me. One thing these would be good for is transferring for example home shot video footage onto DVD. Don't need RGB for that.


So are you saying that you can transfer from mini camcorder tapes to DVD using this machine.

How is this done?
#17
Bored Accountant
So are you saying that you can transfer from mini camcorder tapes to DVD using this machine.

How is this done?


Just connect it up as you would to a VHS machine. Depends on the outputs available from the camera.
#18
For anyone looking for cheap branded DVD recorder check out the Philips DVDR3305 at saverstore.com. I just received mine. It is "Graded" stock but mine was mint. It has no freeview tuner but everything else is great (2 scarts, RGB enabled). With google checkout it cost £37.70 delivered.

Link:-
https://www.saverstore.com/productinfo/Product.aspx?catalog_name=Savastore&product_id=20009688&rstrat=1
#19
jampet
For anyone looking for cheap branded DVD recorder check out the Philips DVDR3305 at saverstore.com. I just received mine. It is "Graded" stock but mine was mint. It has no freeview tuner but everything else is great (2 scarts, RGB enabled). With google checkout it cost £37.70 delivered.

Link:-
https://www.saverstore.com/productinfo/Product.aspx?catalog_name=Savastore&product_id=20009688&rstrat=1


3 month warranty puts me off that.
#20
User reviews of the phillips machine : Click

I notice Ebuyer have now raised the price by 70p......

Edit:

3 left......
#21
Can someone clarify something for me please. Will I be able to use this DVD recorder to record off channel 1-4? And can I plug it into my Sky box and record sky programs? I am thinking from the above responses that the answer is No?
#22
Yes you can record from Sky using a Scart to phono lead but the quality will not be that great.
#23
Shengis
Just connect it up as you would to a VHS machine. Depends on the outputs available from the camera.


Think it has S-Video.

The Camcorder is about 4 years old - Panasonic
#24
Did anybody order one of these?
#25
Back in stock slightly more expensive £34.68
#26
deanos
Back in stock slightly more expensive £34.68


Hmmmmph. I ordered one before and it was due monday, got an email monday afternoon from Google....

Hello Mark,

eBuyer has sent you the following message regarding your order:

Eltax DVR-Tangent DVD Recorder Dear Mr Harris Unfortunately the above item is out of stock. We have therefore cancelled this order and issued a full refund back to your google account. Kind Regards Ebuyer Customer Support


:x

Oh well, they can keep it now:lol:

(Still awaiting the refund from GC...)

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