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Toshiba RDXV60 3-in-1 DVD, HDD and VHS Recorder

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  • Product Dimensions: 43.5 x 38.8 x 10 cm ; 6 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 7 Kg
  • Item model number: RDXV60KB
  • ASIN: B003LO2RKI
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 10 May 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (286 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 36,338 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

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The Toshiba RDXV60 upscales your standard definition DVDs into Full HD 1080p via HDMI
The Toshiba RDXV60 upscales your standard definition DVDs into Full HD 1080p via HDMI.

Toshiba RDXV60 3-in-1 Digital Ready DVD, HDD and VHS Recorder

Enjoy digital TV and record your favourite shows

The RDXV60 is a 3-in-1 digital ready DVD, HDD and VHS recorder making it ideal for those who still have large tape collections or want to transfer old footage to DVD. It features a 320GB hard drive and Freeview+ which gives access to up to 50 digital channels without subscription as well as allowing you to pause and rewind live TV and record an entire series via series link. HDMI connectivity makes it easy to connect to your HD TV as well as upscaling standard definition DVDs to 720p, 1080i or 1080p resolution. The RDXV60 supports a wide range of DVD and CD formats and you can also watch DivX movie downloads, view digital photos and listen to MP3s.

Freeview Digital Tuner

With a built-in Freeview tuner, you'll be able to experience the easiest way to enjoy digital TV for free. There are to up to 50 digital TV channels and 24 radio stations. No subscription, no contract, no fuss - with a Freeview tuner you can be sure you are ready for the digital switchover, allowing you to enjoy your favourite shows in digital quality for years to come.

HDMI

HDMI connectivity provides an easy way to connect your DVD recorder to your HD TV. With just a single cable, you'll be able to transfer HD-quality video and audio to your screen. HDMI is the standard for high definition connections, and you'll widely used in a number of home entertainment and computing devices, allowing you to connect the DVR20 in the most convenient way for you.

1080p Upscaling

The DVD technology converts a standard 480p signal on a standard DVD to 1080p signal for optimum picture quality on a High Definition Screen, enhancing your viewing experience. If you have a HD-Ready TV, you can also view at 720p or 1080i resolutions.

VHS

The Toshiba RDXV60 gives a new lease of life to your old movie tapes. It provides VHS playback and recording for those who still have large tape collections, or who want to transfer old footage to DVD so it can be safely enjoyed in the future.

The Toshiba RDXV60 doesn't just play DVDs and VHS - you'll also be able to enjoy MP3 music and JPEG photos
The Toshiba RDXV60 doesn't just play DVDs and VHS - you'll also be able to enjoy DivX movies, MP3 music and JPEG photos. Click here to see a larger image.

USB Playback

USB connectivity provides an easy way to playback your compatible videos, music and photos via your DVD recorder without the hassle or burning DVDs or CDs. Enjoy DivX movies, JPEG photos and MP3 music without using a disc - simply connect a USB memory stick or other compatible device into the DVR20's USB port.

DivX Playback

Many of us enjoy films and TV via digital formats, so why limit your digital videos to just your computer? With the Toshiba RDXV60 you can enjoy digital films in the comfort of your living room with the rest of your family. Simply burn DivX movie downloads to a recordable or rewriteable CD or DVD for high-quality playback. With DivX you can fit up to six standard definition movies onto a single DVD, making it easily to store your movie collection in a compact space.

Enjoy MP3s

You can also use your DVD recorder for more than watching films. The Toshiba DVR20 allows you to listen to your MP3 music files via CD-R and CD-RW. By burning MP3 encoded tracks to these discs, your music can be played back over your TV or home entertainment system. Now you have the freedom to use your DVD recorder as a multi-purpose system - not only does it offer the perfect viewing experience, it's great for playing back your favourite songs.

Enjoy JPEG Photos

Tired of having to view your digital photos on a cramped computer screen? With the Toshiba RDXV60, you'll be able to enjoy photos on the big screen by viewing them on your TV via your DVD recorder. By simply burning your photos to a recordable or rewriteable CD or DVD in JPEG format, you'll be able to easily scroll through your photos via the remote control. Now it's easy to enjoy all of your captured memories in true resolution, from the comfort of your living room.

REGZA Link Single Remote Operation

Fewer remotes, less fuss - the convenient and easy REGZA link technology allows you to use a single remote to operate connected Toshiba TVs and DVD or Blu-ray players.

Manufacturer's Description

Enjoy digital TV and record your favourite shows. The RDXV60 is a 3-in-1 digital ready DVD, HDD and VHS recorder making it ideal for those who still have large tape collections or want to transfer old footage to DVD. It features a 320GB hard drive and Freeview+ which gives access to up to 50 digital channels without subscription as well as allowing you to pause and rewind live TV and record an entire series via series link. HDMI makes it easy to connect to your HD TV as well as upscaling standard definition DVDs to near HD. You can also watch DivX movie downloads, view digital photos and listen to MP3s whilst USB connectivity allows you to playback compatible files from your PC and other digital devices.

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This was a replacement for an earlier model bought from Amazon which broke down within five months but was replaced with remarkable efficiency, courtesy and speed. (Let's hope the new one doesn't go the same way.) I need it as a temporary recorder for TV progammes, and as a means of dubbing those programmes and an old library of tapes to DVD. To date it has done all these things very well. The massive hard drive should suffice to record as many and as much as I could possibly need. Its only drawbacks are that the dubbing from VCR has to be done in real time (e.g. a two-hour programme will take two hours to dub) and, peculiarly, once you have programmed the recording of a TV show, the drive goes into a rather noisy standby state until the recording is done. All the same, dubbing from HDD to DVD can be done at 'High' speed, taking about one-eighth of full running time, and works very smoothly.
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I had a head start with this one as I previously owned the RDV48, which my daughter 'borrowed' when her Phillips recorder player broke down. As with daughters, the borrowing became permanent !!!
The RDVX60 is a few steps up from the 48 and it really is an excellent machine. It's a bit quirky with the constant need to verify your decisions. The term are you sure will become second nature to you. Better this way than mis hit a key and lose data.
The addition of the USB input is the icing on the cake as I can use my key fob 8Gb memcard to 'transport' picture and music files from my daughters PC/camera without the need to burn a disc.
The only downside is that damn manual. It does what it says but you need to interpret it clearly, but as I said at the beginning I had a head start with it's predecessors users guide.
My grandaughters have great fun recording their WII and PS3 movements to DVD through the various I/Ps, why I don't know but that's kids for you.
All in all I would fecommend this to anyone who wants a good DVD/VHS/recorder/player with a mass of functionality and features. I have started transferring my old VHS tapes to DVD at last and the one touch/walk away until it's done facility suits me fine.
The 320 GB hard disc is a bit OTT as I doubt I will fill that up in my lifetime. On the RDVX48 I actually recorded the entire last series of Robin of Sherwood in Hi def and had bags of space left. God only knows what to do with the extra capacity.
Nuff said.
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Bought this as a gift for my parents. Fairly easy to set up, but I reckon it would be a bit more complicated for technophobes. Good value for money as there are multi recording formats that are easily identifiable with colour coding. Also great for updating old VHS tapes into more enduring formats. The picture quality is as good as a terrestrial aerial provides, but dvd pictures are sharp and even old VHS recordings look better than expected. Good all-in-one unit that saves on the hassle and mess of multiple cable connections.
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I purchase this DVD/VHS/HDD 3 in 1 to replace my old equipment when we decided to do a full room make over and purchase a new Toshiba Led TV. I originally had a separate DVD player, a separate VHS recorder and a separate DVD recorder, I decided to purchase the Toshiba RDXV60 to match with the LED TV. One of the advantages of the unit is it's ability to receive freeview+ programs that allow you to freeze live TV when someone calls or when you want to get a cup of tea or a drink, although I have virgin cable TV with HD I have found that the RDXV60 is ever bit as good if not better than the quality reception of the cable HD digital broadcast. The added advantage is the fact that I have only the RDXV60 and the cable box and I have gone from a large entertainment unit to a neat smaller unit that does not take up half the room.

I have found the RDXV60 to be a trouble free and very high quality piece of technology, as I have been using it for about a year now and apart from the initial learning curve there have been no problems at all. The control interface is very simple and the timer control is so easy that once you get the hang of it you have very little problems. The majority of the time I just record directly to the 320GB HD (hard disk) which is virtually one button recording and if I find that I wish to keep a copy of the recording I can make a copy to the DVD recorder. When programming to record you can select the quality of the recording that you require i.e. XP, SP, LP, EP and SLP these have a significant effect on the space you use for recording and what space remains for future recording.
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I have a very lazy approach to technology and really just wanted something that will allow me to continue taping things off tv , watch the occasional DVD and to view Freeview channels without using a separate digibox. So it was with a heavy heart that I unwrapped this large but sleekly designed machine and took a first look at the instructions.

As is so often the case, the 'Quick Setup Guide' is next to useless if you are not already familiar with how this type of technology works. The bulky 'Owner's Manual', however, is an impenetrable mass of diagrams and technical terms. After half an hour struggling to get the thing working, I abandoned the guide and tried guesswork instead.

I found it makes things much easier to identify the basic functions on the remote (ie which button do I press to get DVD), try playing DVDs and tapes etc first. Once I'd become comfortable with that, I then looked at specific sections in the owner's manual for the more technical areas like how to record using the hard drive.

The dvds look fantastically detailed, my old videos play perfectly and - best of all - recording via the hard drive is incredibly easy. I'm still unlikely to bother discovering the myriad functions of this machine but as a space saving combination of dvd, video, digibox and hard drive this is a real winner.
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