Philips DVDR3570H 160 GB Hard Disk/DVD Recorder £100 Instore @ TJ Hughes - HotUKDeals
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Item Description
Control of TV viewing has never been more complete. The GUIDE Plus+ TV guide conveniently lists the programs on your TV screen, whilst Pause Live TV, Instant Replay and FlexTime truly lets you watch your favorite shows anytime you want.

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Specifications
Technical details
Electronic Programme Guide (EPG)

7 day Electronic Program Guide
Packaging
Package dimensions (W x D x H)

571x123x421
Package weight

5800
Weight & dimensions
Dimensions W x D x H

435x324x43
Weight

3800
Energy management
Power consumption

28
Power consumption (standby)

3.7 W
Power requirements

220-240V
50Hz
Connectivity
I/O ports

Analog audio Left/Right out
Composite video (CVBS) output
Digital coaxial out
RF antenna in / TV out
S-Video out
SCART1 (CVBS, RGB out)
SCART2 (CVBS, RGB in)
Component Video output
Record modes
Max HDD recording time

180
Audio
Audio D/A Converter (DAC)

24 bit, 96 kHz
Audio compression formats

Dolby Digital
MP3
MPEG2 Multichannel
PCM
WMA
Dolby Digital
Video
Video D/A Converter (DAC)

10 bit, 54 MHz
Video compression formats

MPEG2
MPEG1
DivX 3.11
DivX 4.x
DivX 5.x
DivX 6.0
MPEG4
MPEG2
Signal format system

PAL I
PAL B/G
PAL D/K
SECAM B/G
SECAM D/K
SECAM L/L'
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#1
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#2
Looks like they've all gone now.
#3
rizla01
Looks like they've all gone now.


how d'you work that out ?
#4
No sign of it on the site... Searched "Philips" and got 5 items listed, not this though!

Shame really I was very tempted to piece up my credit card!!!
#5
myaser88;4715734
how d'you work that out ?


Ever so easy actually but then I have been using the 'net for a while, now.

What you do is go to the site where you say they are, type in the name and when it doesn't appear then you know that they are all gone. OK?
#6
rizla01;4717428
Ever so easy actually but then I have been using the 'net for a while, now.

What you do is go to the site where you say they are, type in the name and when it doesn't appear then you know that they are all gone. OK?

There is a clue in the word 'Instore' - I know it's not a proper word but I understood what the OP meant. :thinking:

Now be careful getting off that very tall horse and come and eat your dinner - it's humble pie!
#7
MINCER;4717506
There is a clue in the word 'Instore' - I know it's not a proper word but I understood what the OP meant. :thinking:

Now be careful getting off that very tall horse and come and eat your dinner - it's humble pie!



Ha ha. so you've spotted the deliberate mistake.

Oopps. Sorry OP. My mistake.
#8
Just been reading up on this in AV and Cable forums... Doesn't sound too clever.

Problems are along the lines of fussy media, dubbing to and from HD and DVD...

It's a great price for the spec but I'm in 2 minds now. I'd love to hear any feedback from anyone with one as the forum threads I've been reading are quite old and maybe tese problems/faults have been sorted with firmware?!? Maybe... Hopefully!

Cheers all!

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