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Emprex BPR101 HDD TV Recorder - £29.99 @ PC World
Emprex BPR101 HDD TV Recorder - £29.99 @ PC World

Emprex BPR101 HDD TV Recorder - £29.99 @ PC World

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The Emprex BPR-101 HDD TV Recorder incorporates a 2.5" enclosure for you to optionally add an external IDE hard drive, and boasts one-touch TV, DVD, or DV recording and USB connectivity with a wide range of devices such as cameras, mp3 players, flash memory keys and card readers.

The BPR-101 HDD TV Recorder also supports a wide range of multimedia file formats, and features an AV connector so you can enjoy your photos, videos, or music files on a TV. A simple user interface allows no-nonsense functionality in this bargain-priced product!

Three different levels of selectable compression allow you to choose recording quality and save disc space if necessary. The Emprex BPR101 HDD TV Recorder also supports NTSC/ PAL video output and FAT16/FAT32 file systems with up to 4 HDD partitions.

Features:
Audio Formats: MP3, WAV, AAC
Video Formats: MPEG 1/2/4, AVI, VOB, MPG, DAT, Xvid
Picture Formats: JPG
Audio Out: 2 channels output
Video Out: Composite video out (NTSC/PAL)
Audio In: 2 channels stereo input
Video in: Composite (NTSC/PAL)
HDD Support: 2.5" IDE FAT32 (Max Capacity 320GB)
Dimensions: Height: 137 mm x Depth: 25 mm x Width: 77mm
Package Contains: BPR101 HDD Enclosure / Remote Control / UK Power Adaptor / Media leads including AV in/out cables and SCART adaptors / Instruction Manual

8 Comments

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"incorporates a 2.5" enclosure for you to optionally add an external IDE hard drive"

that doesn't make or look like it makes sense

Well a 2.5 enclosure is usually around £5-£10, so add an extra £20 for TV recording is a pretty good deal.

Anyone know what format it records in, as opposed to the formats it plays?

"Video Out: Composite video out "

So basically the worst video output there is which renders this a bit crap unfortunately.

it sounds like some ancient model if it uses a 2.5" IDE drive. where the hell are you going to get one of those these days (ebuyer.com/pro…386)

i'd say if it was more like £20 and you had a spare drive from an old laptop it might be worth a shot as a spare media player in the kitchen or somewhere, but it doesn't sound like it has freeview PVR functionality and fat32 is limiting

See emprex.com/03_…%7D for some more info on the unit.

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it sounds like some ancient model if it uses a 2.5" IDE drive. where the … it sounds like some ancient model if it uses a 2.5" IDE drive. where the hell are you going to get one of those these days (http://www.ebuyer.com/product/132386)i'd say if it was more like £20 and you had a spare drive from an old laptop it might be worth a shot as a spare media player in the kitchen or somewhere, but it doesn't sound like it has freeview PVR functionality and fat32 is limiting



Agreed. Only advantage this thing has, is that you'd be able to take recordings to another location, which is a real limit or regular PVRs

Banned

what a piece of junk! who would buy this?!
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