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Neuros Audio MPEG-4 Video Recorder (PSP)

by Neuros Audio
Sony PSP
 Ages 3 and Over
4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)

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  • Enables you to effortlessly capture video content for the PSP from any analogue video source
  • Sources include cable, satellite, television, DVD players, VCRs, camcorders and PVRs such as Tivo
  • Video content is saved as MPEG-4 video files
  • Uses Memory Sticks and Compact Flash (CF) or Microdives as the storage medium
  • Record for viewing on your TV, Laptop, PDA, PSP, SmartPhone or Portable Media Player
  • Connects to your existing home theatre components with A/V RCA connectors (included)
  • Allows you to view still photos on your TV or listen to MP3 audio files through your stereo
  • Additional features include upgradeable firmware for future functionality expansion
  • No PC Required
  • Requires Memory Stick or CF Storage card (not included)


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Game Information

  • Platform:   Sony PSP
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 3 and Over
  • Media: Video Game

Product details

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  • ASIN: B000CBP0IE
  • Release Date: 25 Nov 2005
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 41,983 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Manufacturer's Description

The Neuros Video Recorder is a breakthrough in creating, transferring and viewing digital video files on portable devices. Files are recorded to MPEG4 format on a Compact Flash and Memory Stick PRO Duo from any video source including TV, camcorder, DVD player or satellite and played back on the PSP and other media players including the laptop, SmartPhone, PDA and television.

Part of the beauty of the Neuros is its simplicity, enabling you to effortlessly capture your favourite TV shows and films and play them back with ease. Operated using the same principles as the VCR, the following four steps is all it takes to be able to watch your recorded programmes on your PSP.

Box Contains

  • 1 Neuros Video Recorder
  • 1 Remote Control
  • A/V RCA Connectors

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    Customer Reviews

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews
    13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars Good, very useful, but needs improving 5 Dec 2006
    By VJ
    Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
    The first thing I should say is that this is a good, and worthwhile product. I have both a PSP and an iPod, and it is a very useful way of getting video from my TiVo onto a portable player - I have been using it regularly for a couple of weeks now.

    The unit is small, compact and supplied with all the cables you will need - one for video in, one for video out.

    And here comes the big let-down - I expected the device to pass through the video. I took the output from my TiVo, sent it to the Neuros, and then from the Neuros to the TV.

    All good so far, except that there was no picture from the TiVo on the TV screen. I switched on the Neuros, and was able to see the preview picture of the TiVo within the Neuros software. I was not able to view the TiVo while the Neuros was connected, except through a small preview. Big letdown.

    Having configured the Neuros, and updated the firmware, I then went to Maplin to get cables to split the signal from the TiVo - one cable to the TV, the other to the Neuros.

    This means that I can't see what is happening on the Neuros, but I can watch TiVo. Problem solved.

    When I want to record, I now insert a card, and press record on the Neuros remote - a red light comes on to signal that it is recording. Press record again to stop recording. I don't really need to see what is going on.

    Having got my Memory Stick full of video, I can pop it into my PSP, or copy it to my iPod. It works well, although the compression is NOT top-notch - there are artifacts from the compression, but overall it is very watchable, and very convenient.
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    27 of 35 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars Neuros MPEG4 Recorder 29 Nov 2005
    The Neuros video recorder is really cool, and I havent seen another product like it before. One good use for this is converting old video tape to mpeg4, its quite tricky to do this on a PC - so thats what I have mostly been doing with this. There is an issue with embedding video in a PSP sometimes, but
    this is a PSP problem.
    Thecompression rate is also excellent and mpeg4 is really
    catching on at the moment. I also like the remote
    control!All in all its a solid product with a lot of excellent
    features, certainly something people will be interested in and
    has loads of uses.
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    7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars Could have been so much better 16 Jun 2006
    Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
    Very portable and great idea. I was amazed at the size of the product. It does what it says very well, recording from TV and converting to mpeg. I did not try recording from dvd but I guess it would have worked just as well. The menu system should have been better. I though of buying this instead of a dvd recorder but problem is I still have to port onto a DVD somehow.

    You need a Campact Flash card, which you don't get with the bundle, so you got to buy your own. a 1GB card gives you about 50min of recording time on the best quality. You will need a 2GB card just to get a whole game of footie. Then you got the problem of sending it to a DVD. But I guess most people are using this not as a DVD recorder but for porting their films to PSP (as it says on the box). I would have kept it but for one thing, no USB connection. I thought you could simply connect your laptop to it and download the MPEG files onto the laptop and job done. But no you got to use another card reader to send the file to your laptop. All in all to much hussle and they should have put a USB on it.
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