Panasonic DMR-EZ27EB-K DVD Recorder with Freeview only £99.99 @ play (less Quidco) - HotUKDeals
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Panasonic DMR-EZ27EB-K DVD Recorder with Freeview only £99.99 @ play (less Quidco)

£99.99 @ Play.Com
I stumbled across this when looking for a replacement DVD recorder. It looks like a great machine and plays ALL formats including DVD-RAM with chase-play while recording. # Winner of What Hi-Fi's b… Read More
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7y, 11m agoFound 7 years, 11 months ago
I stumbled across this when looking for a replacement DVD recorder. It looks like a great machine and plays ALL formats including DVD-RAM with chase-play while recording.

# Winner of What Hi-Fi's best dvd recorder of the Year award 2007
# Full HD 1080p Up-Conversion
# DVB-T Tuner and 7 Day EPG
# HDMI with VIERA Link
# DV-in
# Super Multi Format - Record and Play ALL DVD Formats
# Super Easy GUI
# Dual Layer Compatible
# 16X - R Compatible
# MP3, JPEG from -R
# 500 Line LP Mode
# 1 Sec Quick Start and Record
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#1
Great price heat and rep.
#2
great machines!
#3
This is a fab deal! I had an older version Panasonic without freeview, and using the DVD-RAM discs and the chasing playback feature is great, very similar to using a digitial recorder. If I hadn't bought two of the refurbished Toshibas posted on here for 40 quid each last month, I'd be very tempted by this.
#4
Can you plug an external harddrive into these and record onto that?
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iNSOMANiAC
Can you plug an external harddrive into these and record onto that?
I don't believe you can.

I have owned an older model of these, it's a silver version with a digital/freeview tuner but does not have HDMI, only SCART.

The DVD-RAM discs can be read using Pioneer DVDRW drives. You can then copy the single recording .vro files from the DVD-RAM discs to your PC, rename the file as .mpeg and the recording will play on the PC.

I use mine to record radio shows from freeview, copy them to the PC, rename the vro file and then rip the audio track to mp3.

I've had mine for about 3.5 years, still going strong :)

Voted Hot and rep added :)
#6
We've got one of these in the bedroom - excellent freeview picture quality. Shame no divx, but great machine.
#7
I've had this model for a year and a half and it's a great machine.
The only downside is that you can't hack it and make it multi-region without hiring a special remote.

£99 is fantastic value considering I got mine for £249.99.
#8
nadeboy
I don't believe you can.

I have owned an older model of these, it's a silver version with a digital/freeview tuner but does not have HDMI, only SCART.

The DVD-RAM discs can be read using Pioneer DVDRW drives. You can then copy the single recording .vro files from the DVD-RAM discs to your PC, rename the file as .mpeg and the recording will play on the PC.

I use mine to record radio shows from freeview, copy them to the PC, rename the vro file and then rip the audio track to mp3.

I've had mine for about 3.5 years, still going strong :)

Voted Hot and rep added :)


Thanks for the info, not really for me then, if it recorded to usb id buy one but i dont want to be faffing about with dvds ! :thumbsup:
#9
Great machine - I have this model (EB27BK)!
Best advice with this and other DVD recorders is don't leave discs in the machine when not recording as they will not last long (couple of months).
Has HDMI but haven't used it as I have an old TV, Freeview is good but my old Samsung Freeview box had a superior interface - if you're a PC user you'll recognise the DOS/early Windows like interface.

All in all recommended - a solid performer.
#10
Has anyone recorded VHS tapes to DVD using this recorder & are the results good?

I have loads of VHS tapes and a VHS player but I would like to put them on DVD.

Also what are the best DVD's to record on to?

Thanks
#11
Hello.

Just a tip: It would be helpful if you put the model number in the title.:thumbsup:
#12
Andrewolu
Just a tip: It would be helpful if you put the model number in the title.:thumbsup:


Done
#13
Expired?
#14
holidayqueen
Has anyone recorded VHS tapes to DVD using this recorder & are the results good?

I have loads of VHS tapes and a VHS player but I would like to put them on DVD.

Also what are the best DVD's to record on to?

Thanks


I have the model before this one and it is easy to copy from a VHS recorder via scart to this machine.

You can tell the machine you want to fill a blank DVD with 3 hours of your VHS tape (or any other time) and it will adjust the recording speed to fill the DVD. At that speed I think the quality is as good as the VHS tape will allow.

I use Sony or Verbatim DVDs.
#15
trd
Expired?


Sold out, I guess.
#16
[SIZE=5]£129.99 :x[/SIZE]

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