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Emerson EWR20V4 Progressive Scan DVD recorder/VCR Combo with built in analog tuner - Used Item IN STOCK and in good condition. All items have been previously used, but have been fully tested and include a 90 day exchange warranty. Items ship with remote. Manual can be downloaded below.
Please note: This item is guaranteed to be in stock. If low on inventory, a model with tuner equivalent or better will be sent. All items include 90 day warranty.
Product Details - Now you can give as good as you get: Emerson EWR20V4 dual-recording combination DVD recorder and VCR lets you copy VHS tapes to DVD and DVDs to VHS tapes at the touch of a button (except where prohibited by copy-protection technology). Record your favorite television shows and treasured home videos to either videocassette or high-quality, long-lasting DVD-R (write-once) and DVD-RW (rewriteable) discs. This unit requires the use of 4x DVD-r discs. The EWR20V4can not record to higher speed discs such as 8x discs.
The recorder's built-in analog NTSC TV tuner and onscreen user interface permits up to eight timer recordings over a one-year period, with its six DVD recording speeds providing between one hour and an amazing 10 hours of content on each single-sided 4.7 GB recordable DVD. You can even select and compile the best footage to commit to disc: the recorder's handy editing features include auto playlist creation, project titling, title deletion and editing, and scene deletion.
The DVR90VE's versatile playback features include progressive-scan video outputs and support of MP3 CDs so you can easily shift your digital music enjoyment from the den to the living room. A variety of video and audio inputs--including front-panel composite- and S-video connections for fast, temporary hookups--grant connection to virtually all televisions and home theater components.
Whether your living room is currently home to an HDTV or you're merely thinking of "someday," the EWR20V4 DVD player stands ready to deliver the full playback potential of your DVDs. Progressive scanning, referred to as 480p for the number of horizontal lines that compose the video image, creates a picture using twice the scan lines of a conventional DVD picture, giving you higher resolution and sharper images while eliminating nearly all motion artifacts.