JVC DR-MV80B DVD Recorder /VCR Recorder with HDMIDiscount Sale Today Only!
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- Warranty Information
- 90 Day Exchange Warranty! Buy with confidence. We offer helpful customer service and support for all our products from sale to installation.
- What's Included:
- DVD Recorder/VCR Recorder, Remote
- DVD Format:
- DVD-RW, DVD-R 4x speed or less
JVC DR-MV80B DVD Recorder /VCR Recorder with HDMI - 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.
Product Details -
- Tuner-Free DVD+VHS Recorder with Versatile featuring TimerLink Recording, HDMI Output with 1080p/720p Up-Conversion (DVD/VHS)
- Playable Formats - VHS Hi-Fi, DVD-Video, DVD-RAM, DVD-RW, DVD-R, +RW, +R, +R (Dual), CD, SVCD/VCD, CD-R/RW, WMA/MP3/JPEG Digital Still/DivX (CD-R/RW, DVD-R/RW, +R/+RW)
- Recordable Formats - VHS Hi-Fi, DVD-RAM, DVD-RW, DVD-R, +RW, +R
The JVC DR-MV80B DVD/VCR Combo Recorder is a quality multi-format DVD/VCR combo recorder that offers great features. This unit has a progressive-scan player capable of upconverting your current DVD library to a 1080p high-definition experience. Record your favorite home movies onto DVD-R/W, DVD+R/W and DVD-RAM discs with a choice of 4 different recording speeds. Enjoy Dolby Digital/DTS audio decoding, Timer-Link recording capability, DivX, DV-input, and HDMI-output. With multi-format playback capabilities, connectivity to virtually any A/V source, Quasi (S-VHS) playback, coaxial/optical digital-audio outputs, One-Touch (bi-directional) Dubbing, and 12-hour recording capability, your entertainment choices are endless with the JVC DR-MV80B. Just connect your digital video camera to the unit's DV-input terminal, and you're ready to record images onto a DVD recordable disc. With playback specifications that meet the standards of professionals, this recorder features a component video output for high-resolution low-distortion video playback. Front A/V inputs allow you to plug your accessories directly into the unit without having to pull it out of your entertainment center and messing with the rear inputs. This is a progressive scan DVD player, capable of scanning an entire video frame at once. Scan-lines commonly associated with interlaced video are drastically reduced. The result is a spectacularly clear image with no motion artifacts (stair-stepping), and details so sharp they seem as if they're etched onto the screen. If you're looking for a DVD player with exquisite audio playback, this unit will do the job. Use the coaxial or optical audio outputs to connect the DVD player to your home theater receiver and enjoy full Dolby Digital surround-sound entertainment. One-Touch Recording provides a simple and convenient way to make a recording. Simply connect the recorder to your cable or satellite box and then to your TV,
DVD Recorder/VCR Recorder, Remote
DVD-RW, DVD-R 4x speed or less
My primary purpose for purchasing the DR-MV80B was to transfer older VHS recordings to DVD. I also plan to use the DVD recorder to save new satellite television broadcasts. Since I have satellite TV I don't need a tuner, so this model is perfect for me. I did a lot of research on the various brands and models of VCR/DVD Recorder Combo Decks before choosing this one, including downloading operation manuals off the internet for each one. I chose the JVC DR-MV80B because it was by far the easiest to understand how to operate, and had all of the features I needed (and even a couple I don't need). So far I've tested it quite a bit, and although I haven't tried to make any VHS recordings yet (and am not likely to), the DVD recorder works very nicely. I have tried playing the recorded DVD's on my computer and that works fine as well. In fact, I was a bit surprised at the video quality of the DVD recording considering the age of some of the video tapes I've been experimenting with (some were recorded over 15 years ago).
The DVD recorder was just as advertised and worked perfectly. Highly recommended to those looking for a digital and analog tuner model.