PHILIPS Hard Disk/DVD Recorder DVDR3460H/05 250 GB
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- Blu Ray Playback: No
- Blu Ray Recording: No
- Blu-ray Playback: No
- Blu-ray Recording: No
- Compact Flash Card: No
- DTS Decoder: No
- DVB-C: No
- DVB-S: No
- DVB-T: No
- DVD Audio Playback: No
- DVD Player / Recorder: DVD Recorder
- DVD+R Playback: Yes
- DVD+R Recording: Yes
- DVD+RW Playback: Yes
- DVD+RW Recording: Yes
- DVD-R Playback: Yes
- DVD-R Recording: Yes
- DVD-RAM Playback: No
- DVD-RAM Recording: No
- DVD-RW Playback: Yes
- DVD-RW Recording: Yes
- DVI Interface: No
- DivX Playback: Yes
- Double Layer Recording: Yes
- Electronic Program Guide (EPG): No
- Ethernet: No
- Firewire IEEE-1394 Interface: Yes
- HD-DVD Playback: No
- HD-DVD Recording: No
- HDMI Interface: No
- HDTV: No
- Hard Disk Capacity in GB: 250
- IPTV (Internet Protocol Television): No
- Integrated VCR: No
- MP3 Recording: No
- MPEG4 Recording: No
- Memory Stick: No
- Multimedia Card: No
- Number of Scart Interfaces: 2
- PCMCIA Interface: No
- Progressive Scan: No
- Real Dolby: AC3
- Secure Digital Card: No
- Show View: Yes
- Smart Media Card: No
- Super Audio CD Playback: No
- Super Video CD / Video CD Playback: Yes
- Table / Portable: Table
- USB Interface: Yes
- W-LAN Connection: No
- xD-Picture Card: No
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Watch what you want when you want
Record on Hard Disk without having to worry where to store it. Keep what you like on DVD in lasting quality.
Record, transfer or archive conveniently
- Record more than 400 hrs of TV on a 250 GB hard disk
- USB Direct plays photos and music from USB flash drives
- High-speed archiving from Hard Disk to DVD
- i.LINK digital input for perfect digital camcorder copies
Plays and records what you want
- Plays MP3, WMA, JPEG, DivX 3.11/4.x/5.x/6
- Dual Media records on both DVD+R/RW and DVD-R/RW
- Plays CD, (S)VCD, DVD, DVD+R/RW, DVD-R/RW
Simplicity in recording and playback
- One Touch Pause Live TV freezes the action instantly
- Instant Replay for reliving a live TV moment with one touch
- VIDEO Plus+ for quick and easy programming
AC input frequency: 50/60 Hz
AC input voltage: 220-240 V
Audio (L,R) in: 1
Audio (L,R) out: 1
Audio A/D Converter (ADC): 96MHz/24-bits
Audio D/A Converter (DAC): 24-bit/96kHz
Audio decoders: Dolby Digital
Built-in hard drive: Yes
Cables included: AC, AV, SCART
Card reader integrated: No
Colour of product: Black
Composite video in: 1
Composite video out: 1
Depth: 34 cm
Digital audio coaxial out: 1
Ethernet LAN: No
Firewire (IEEE 1394) ports: 1
HDD recording: Yes
Handheld remote control: Yes
Hard drive capacity: 250 GB
Height: 4.3 cm
Image formats supported: JPG
MP3 playback: Yes
Maximum HDD recording time: 400 h
Package depth: 41.2 cm
Package height: 12.3 cm
Package weight: 6 kg
Package width: 57.1 cm
Playback disc formats: CD audio, CD video, SVCD, VCD
Playback disc types: CD, CD-R, CD-RW, DVD, DVD+R, DVD+R DL, DVD+RW, DVD-R, DVD-RW
Power consumption (standby): 3 W
Power consumption (typical): 50 W
Programmable events: 8
Progressive scan output: No
Quick start guide: Yes
RF ports quantity: 2
Recording disc types: DVD+R, DVD+R DL, DVD+RW, DVD-R, DVD-R DL, DVD-RW
Recording modes: EP, HQ, LP, SEP, SLP, SP, SPP
S-Video inputs quantity: 1
S-Video outputs quantity: 1
SCART ports quantity: 2
Set weight: 3.6 kg
Slide show: Yes
TV tuner integrated: Yes
TV tuner type: Analog
USB 2.0 ports quantity: 1
Video D/A Converter (DAC): 10-bit/54MHz
Video formats supported: DIVX, MPEG1, MPEG2, MPEG4
Weight: 3.6 kg
Width: 43.5 cm
With the VIDEO Plus+ system, all you need to do to program your video recorder is to enter the 'Pluscode' a single code of up to nine digits (but usually less) that is printed next to each TV program in most TV guides.
Simply plug in your device to the USB port on your Philips DVD system. Your digital music and photos will be played directly from the device. Now you can share your favourite moments with family and friends.
High speed archiving lets you make a copy of a recording from Hard Disk to DVD in a fraction of the original recording time. Once the programme is stored on HDD you can copy it to DVD+R/RW at maximum speed.
Philips DVD Recorders support 'dual media' recording - the ability to create recordings on DVD+R/RW and DVD-R/RW discs. Now you can buy any disc and the Philips recorder will always create fully compatible recordings, which can be played by any DVD player.
Multi-format playability allows you to play most file formats for maximum listening and viewing pleasure, including MP3, WMA, JPEG and the popular DivX digital media format. DivX playback enables you to play and share compressed high quality DivX video content beyond your computer.
Also known as IEEE 1394 and FireWire. i.LINK is the worldwide standard for connecting digital video devices, used on digital home video equipment such as DV and D8 camcorders, as well as PCs. Conveniently, it carries all audio and video signals via a single cable.With i.LINK Digital Video input you can copy your home videos in their original digital picture quality.
With Instant Replay you are in control of exciting TV moments so you can enjoy a precious TV moment like a scene in a movie or football match again immediately, at the press of a button. The Hard Disk can play back any scene while continuing to record TV program.
A very large built-in memory records the program you are currently watching when you press the pause button. When it suits you, you can resume the program from the moment you pressed 'pause' as if you're watching a live program.
Top Customer Reviews
The unit itself was bigger than I expected but then I could of checked the dimensions before buying...I like it - it works well and does what Philips claim it will do. Good value.
If you try to record a programme without using the timer (just pressing record on the machine) you more often than not get a message when you want to stop and save the recording that the recorded program contains 'protected' transmissons and it won't let you save it !!! Very very fustrating....but if you record the same program/channel using the timer it records no problem.... if you suddenly remember that there is something you wanted to record and its already started you have to program it in to make sure that it'll save it !!.
The timer function only allows you to enter a maximum of 8 programs (although you can set up weekly, daily, weekend, mon-fri options on each) but when you go away on holiday you very soon find out that you need more than 8 slots ! considering that you can record almost 400hrs on the disk it seems a bit strange that you are limited to 8 timer slots
The other problem I've had is that the remote control packed up after 5 months and when I contacted Philips for replacement under warranty they said I had to deal with the retailer of the unit, and that if the retailer couldn't/wouldn't help that they would SELL me a replacement for £30........ so much for a 1 year warranty.
I won't be buying another Philips product based on my experiences with this machine.
Reason? - Philips have set themselves up as some sort of `media police' and if the evenings transmission has just one `protected' program, the Philips DVDR3460H will delete the whole evenings recording!
So you want to record from DVD to hard disk? - Forget it! - After loosing the original tape of a holiday to Egypt, I still had a copy on DVD and wanted to copy a back up to hard disk - the Philips DVDR3460H does not copy from it's DVD to hard disk.
So you want to enjoy slow motion? - Forget it! - The Philips DVDR3460H `On Screen' display covers so much of the screen you will be lucky to see the pitch, let alone the ball!
There is no option to hide on screen displays during playback in `set up`.
The Philips DVDR3460H should not be sold until it has had a major software upgrade.
The sleek and good looking Philips DVDR3460H is let down badly by it's software.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I do not know why a lot of people say that this product is no good, i nearly lost out on a great bargain because of it but its a good thing i didn't. Read morePublished on 20 Aug. 2008 by Lola Ade
Item brought secound hand as needed to replace the video.Setting up was a bit hit and miss( it a man thing.. Read morePublished on 4 Jan. 2008 by Barry
This is my second one with philips same problem as first one. I won't every buy any product from philips. Both i sent back to seller with my own parcel package. Read morePublished on 24 Dec. 2007 by True
Having owned a few DVD recorders and had some problems this machine is a godsend. All my previous machines required regular defragging and I lost programmes nearly every time. Read morePublished on 18 Sept. 2007 by J. Carlile
Having got the DVDR3460H set it up, and decided to have a little "play", all went well until I wanted to record a programme, I entered the VPP number in my TV mag, and that's when... Read morePublished on 15 Jun. 2007 by D. Chenery