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Toshiba RDXV60 3-in-1 DVD, HDD and VHS Recorder
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- HDD- 320GB Hard Drive can store upto 545 hours of your favourite TV programmes
- Freeview + - Upto 50 digital TV and 24 radio channels without subscription and pause and record live TV
- HDMI- easy way to connect your DVD recorder to your HD TV, upscale to 1080p
- VHS- Playback and recording for those who want to transfer old footage to DVD
- USB- connectivity provides an easy way to playback Divx,MP3 & Jpeg files
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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 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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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This doesn't tune into HD only channels, eg I cannot get Freeview Channel 45 (as it's HD only) which is an hour repeat after Freeview Channel 15, I watch Channel 45 and other HD only channels on my recently bought HD TV set. (Forgotten to include this to my earlier response. Regards, Linda
It is different from its predecessor model, which did not include a hard drive. My Toshiba DVR20 died suddenly so I had to buy a replacement, but with the triple function I think I've got my money's worth. You cannot however programme the video to record future programmes, only the hard disk and the dvd. The video can be used to record only in the moment, as it were. Recordings go automatically to the hard drive, but you can choose the dvd too. The remote control is only a little different, and the booklet is very helpful.
This was very easy to install, being identical to the Toshiba DVR20 re hooking up to the tv. If you've got all the cables to link that to your tv, then you don't need any for the RDXV60. The only thing I really miss is the clock: in this model a power saving function means that the machine does not display the time except when it's turned on. There may be a way to change this, I haven't yet investigated fully.
Having owned this for around a year, and having recorded around 100 DVDs, I can give you my considered review:
- Easy to use. It's true that you need to use the manual to find out how to use the more complicated functions, but I found the menus easy to understand.
- Excellent quality DVD recordings and playback, including recording from external sources via scart
- Option to record DVDs in long play modes (albeit with noticeable reduction in quality of video and sound), which are still compatible with other DVD players
- Sizeable hard disk allows recording lots of TV via the in-built PVR. There is also the option for long-play recordings on the PVR too, thus extending the possible recording capacity.
- HD upscaling is excellent via the HDMI port is very good (although noticeably not as good as true HD such as Blu Ray)
- Very retro menu style for recorded DVDs, with no ability to customise them
- No manual tracking for VHS videos - you are pretty-much stuck with however the machine auto-tracks, which those of you with much experience using VHS will realise is not always sufficient to get the best quality, particularly for older VHS tapes
- TV guide is very retro style and I have found it less easy to use than all of my other TVs/freeview boxes.
- No Freeview HD tuner
Note also that some of my VHS tapes had copy protection so I was unable to transfer them to DVD.
Overall, this is a good feature-packed unit and I have no problems with it - it's allowed me to do everything I needed.
However, now that I have recorded all of my VHS tapes, I have no use for the VHS player so I am starting to wish I had just bought a stand-alone DVD recorder and connected my old VHS player via scart, especially as that player had manual tracking. I also don't use the in-built PVR, as I use Sky+ HD as it is HD-enabled. Therefore, my advice would be to think carefully about whether you really need this "all in one" machine, especially as you may quickly have no use for the VHS player and may wish you had an Freeview HD tuner in the not-too-distant future.
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