Panasonic DMR-EZ47V DVD-Recorder/VCR Combo digital dvd vhs combo
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- What's Included:
- DVD Recorder/VCR Combo, Remote
- Disc Format:
- DVD-/+RW, DVD-/+R 4X speed or less
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Panasonic DMR-EZ47V Up-Converting 1080p DVD-Recorder/VCR Combo digital dvd vhs combo - Used Item IN STOCK and in good condition. Unit has been fully tested and includes a remote. Item also includes our own 90 day exchange warranty. Manual can be downloaded below
Product Details - Most people couldn't care less that VHS is going the way of the dodo, but there are many others who just can't let tape technology go, either because they need a VCR to play their video collections or want to transfer irreplaceable tapes onto DVD before they fall apart. If you're one of those people, then Panasonic has the ideal machine for you - a DVD recorder with a built-in VCR that allows you to copy tapes onto discs internally (and vice versa).
Of course, being a Panasonic DVD recorder, it's packed with more features than you can shake a tape at, including an HDMI output with video upscaling to 720p, 1080i and 1080p. Not only does this work with DVDs but also VHS tapes, potentially making those fuzzy SD tapes look better than ever before.
It's also equipped with a digital terrestrial tuner that gets you the entire Freeview channel line-up as well as digital text and a 7-day EPG, the latter making timer programming as easy as pressing a button. That said, it lacks the series and split recording features that make Sony and Pioneer's latest recorders such a joy to use. Freeview channels can be recorded onto either DVD or VHS, but unlike most other DVD recorders the digital tuner isn't backed up by an analogue version - a sign of the times perhaps?
Joining the Viera-Link compatible HDMI socket on the rear is a set of progressive scan component video outputs, two SCARTs (one of which is an RGB-capable input for making recordings on DVD from external digital TV boxes) and composite/S-video outputs. On the audio side you'll find optical digital and analogue stereo outputs.
Panasonic has always packed its recorders with a wealth of recording and editing features and the EZ47V is no exception. First up, it will record onto every DVD format going, most notably DVD-RAM and DVD-RW, both of which open the door for flexible non-linear editing of your recordings. It also supports DVD+RW, and for permanent recordings it'll accept any write-once disc, including the double-layer variations of DVD-R and DVD+R.
Tuner:Yes, Digital, ATSC
DVD Recorder/VCR Combo, Remote
DVD-/+RW, DVD-/+R 4X speed or less
At first I was a bit worried when I wasn't getting any picture. Checked the wires a few times. Finally, got a picture. (Apparently, this thing takes a REALLY long time to power up, or whatever its doing.) So far it works well. Just wish it came with the instruction manual, as I'm probably not aware of some of the features.
A REAL PLEASURE TO DO BUSINESS WITH THESE NICE PEOPLE. PACKAGE CAME AND THE COMBO WAS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION AND THE PACKAGING WAS OUTSTANDING AND THE INTERIOR VERY PROTECTED WITH CUSHIONING AND PROTECTION FOR THE CONTENTS.
Could not get the remote to work, kept displaying "RC-2" on the unit display. On page 78 of the manual, it says, "When the following indicator appears on the unit’s display [RC-*] [* = 1,2 or 3], – Change the code on the remote control to match the code displayed for the main unit (
This is our second one from Porter and the one we have is excellent and we wanted to have another one on hand as the one now is being used many hours a day. We record on both VCR and DVD and pla y movies from Redbox.
Received this hard to find VHS/DVR recorder in excellent condition.
100% satisfied delivered in perfect condition. like brand new recorder.i do recommend this place,good job porters electronics
It is becoming more and more difficult to find good dvd/vcr recorders. I am sure that fairly soon they will be extinct. It took me awhile to find just what I wanted, a Panasonic. I had one before and really liked it. This one is just as good. It works very well for all of the recording of old vcr cassets to dvds. I was also impressed that when it did not come with a manual, and I alerted Porter Electronics they immediately emailed me a proper manual. Kudos Porter Electronics. I greatly appreciated that. A good product with good service.