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Sumvision SV 1000 MPEG4 Player/DVD Recorder £55.79 Delivered

£55.79 @ Ebuyer
Recording to either + and - DVD discs, the Sumvision never fails to impress with its ability to playback all media types including DIVX & XVID formats! Allows playback of DVD-R(W), DVD+R(W),CD-R(W), …
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9y, 10m agoFound 9 years, 10 months ago
Recording to either + and - DVD discs, the Sumvision never fails to impress with its ability to playback all media types including DIVX & XVID formats!
Allows playback of DVD-R(W), DVD+R(W),CD-R(W), SVCD, MP3, JPEG, Kodak Picture CD, Divx and Xvid
Records live to DVD+R(W) & DVD-R(W)
Record from TV, Camcorder, CVR and DVD Multiple Recording Modes: HQ (1h), SP (2h), LP (3h), EP (4h), EP+ (6h) Timed record
On-screen navigator gives quick access to your recordings, along with editing features like Add/Del and Hide chapters
Advanced playback functions: Slow playback, repeat, parental control, screensaver, zoom in/out, track selection, on-screen display
Built-in TV Tuner: Automatic TV channel scan and memory of channels Rear and Side A/V Inputs
Continue recording and auto-searching the remaining space Progressive scan Support record modes
Built-in Dolby Digital decoder Video (2 groups), S-Video, RF TV signal, stereo audio input
TV Type: NTSC/PAL TV Display: Normal, 4:3 Letterbox, Pan-scan, 16:9 widescreen
Analog audio, Dolby 5.1 channel decoding
Audio signal-to-noise rate: More than 80dB
Power: AC110~240V, 50/60 Hz
Receiving Frequency Range: 45MHz - 900MHz
Component video, S-Video, YPbPr, Optical, Coaxial, 5.1 CH output.
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#1
Not sure if this is a good deal as the items specs don't match the pictures on the page, i see no connections for component, YPbPr, optical or 5.1 ch output.

To me it looks like analogue, scart x 2, composite, coaxial and aux out on the back, with s-video, composite and aux in on the front.
#2
well according to the reviews guy ran his freeviewbox through it and an other his cable.
Cheap method of recording if you don`t want or can`t afford harddrive record

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