Panasonic DMR-EX75EB-S DVD Recorder 160GB Hard Disk Freeview HDMI 1080i Upscaling £261.49 - HotUKDeals
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Panasonic DMR-EX75EB-S DVD Recorder with 160GB Hard Disk Freeview Tuner and HDMI With 1080i Upscaling £261.49 delivered!

Use the second "Add To Basket" link on Amazon's website for the correct price. Currently a 1 to 2 week despatch time...

Super Multi Format 160GB HDD Recorder with Freeview Tuner : Panasonic's DIGA DMR-EX75EB-S

If future proofing is important in selecting your DVD recorder, the new Hard Drive model DMREX75 from Panasonic will offer just that. Besides combining both DVD Recorder and high capacity Hard Drive recording in one unit, equipped with an integrated digital terrestrial tuner ready for the start of the analogue switch off, now just a couple of years away.

They also boast an HDMI terminal and the technology to upscale standard definition material to near high definition quality. Perfect partners for the latest HD panels.. For more info, click on Comments below...
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#1
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[COLOR=DarkRed]Built in Hard Disk Drive[/COLOR]
The DMREX75 includes a 160GB hard drive which is capable of recording up to 284 hours of footage (in EP Mode) and it's not just TV content that you are able to store. DMREX75 models have an SD card slot and JPEG digital photos can also be transferred to the hard drive for convenient storage and luxuriant playback!

[COLOR=DarkRed]Go Digital*[/COLOR]
An integrated Freeview recorder is an increasingly popular choice for those wanting to upgrade to digital, and benefit from up to an additional 40 TV and 24 radio channels with no subscription charge The DIGA DMREX75 also has a analogue tuner, rising to the challenges of accommodating both consumers who have adequate Digital Broadcast reception and those who are yet to enjoy strong enough reception.
* You may need an aerial upgrade to receive digital signals.

[COLOR=DarkRed]The Power of HDMI[/COLOR]
You can convert other non-HD signals, such as JPEGs from your SD card, to HD level for playback with improved picture quality.
High definition (10801 720p) Up conversion with HDMI
Note: Picture improvement may not be noticeable on smaller screen sizes.

[COLOR=DarkRed]Super Multi Format Flexibility[/COLOR]
The DMREX75 offers recording onto and playback from ALL DVD disk types. i.e. DVD RAM -R/-RW , +R/+RW, including the new dual layer and 16 x speed -R disks, allowing total freedom of choice and potential to share cherished recordings. In addition to the expected playback of music CDs, the DMREX75 will now playback MP3 and JPEG from both CD R/RW and DVD-R, an additional bonus for those archiving digital photos on their PC
#2
At the moment it's not in stock at Amazon and if you do buy it "from stock" then it will be supplied by Pixmania which I presume will mean an additional postage fee.
#3
luckyjim
At the moment it's not in stock at Amazon and if you do buy it "from stock" then it will be supplied by Pixmania which I presume will mean an additional postage fee.


No but you can always select the amazon option and wait 1-2 weeks for the free delivery. Plus don't forget all those nectar points if you go through nectar estores -triple points at the moment.

I am looking for one of these but this one is a little out of my price range. Probabbly have to stick to an 80GB.
#4
Second button down on the webpage for the Amazon Add To Basket link :)
#5
Little bit of info...

A work colleague of mine has one of these. His unit won't read the +R disks I've given him but -R disks are fine. Also, the UK version has FreeView but does not support DivX whereas the European version has DivX but no FreeView.
banned#6
I have the DMREX75EB the previous model to this one - this is an updated model with support for 1080 upscaling.

I love mines, but it does suffer from a widespread fault with the digital tv tuner whereby the screen goes black.

More details of the problem are at :

http://www.avforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=412593

Again, this is an updated model but there is a good possiblity it still uses the same tv tuner equipment so I'd be a little wary and it wouldnt be my first choice if i was spending money on another. Unit is excellent otherwise.
#7
Good spot! I bought this not too long ago for £310. It work likes a dream. Excellent picture quality and as I live in a decent freeview area, this seems to also work with no problem!
#8
Thanks for the feedback all :) Very useful to know ;-)
#9
Just thought i'd say, if you use Digico it's £272, but you get it multiregion free.

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