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Toshiba DR570 DVD Recorder

$140.00 to $248.00



Thanks to its built-in digital and analog tuners, the DR570 DVD recorder from Toshiba both prepares you to receive digital broadcasting, and allows you to record TV programming to DVD independent of your HDTV. Further, with its DVD-recording drive and host of video inputs, the Toshiba DR570 makes it easy to record your favorite TV shows or home videos to DVD. For an enhanced DVD video experience optimized for your HDTV, the DR570 sports DVD video upconversion to 1080p.Minimize

Manufacturer:Toshiba Product MPNKey FeaturesVideoAudioConnectionsMiscellaneous
MPNDR570
DVD Type   DVD Recorder
Progressive Scan   With Progressive Scan
Video Upconversion   720p (HDTV) • 1080i (HDTV) • 1080p (HDTV)
Playable Disk TypesDVD Video • VCD • SVCD • DVD-R • DVD-RW • DVD+R • DVD+RW • CD-R • CD-RW
Playable File FormatsMP3 • WMA
Video Output SystemNTSC
Surround Sound   Virtual Surround • Dolby Digital (Digital out only)
Audio DAC   24 bit
InputsComposite x 1 • S-Video x 1 • Analog Audio x 1
OutputsComposite x 1, S-Video x 1, Component x 1, HDMI x 1, Analog Audio x 1, Digital Audio Coaxial x 1
Front PanelS-Video Input • Audio Input
UPC022265002100


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JVC DR-MV150B DVD Recorder

$195.00 to $325.00



In addition to DVD and VHS recording and playback capabilities, the DRMV150B also features built-in ATSC and NTSC tuners to give you one very versatile machine. It records to a variety of formats, including DVD-RAM, DVD-R/RW, and DVD+R/RW discs. An HDMI output with 1080p/720p up conversion means you can deliver the best signal possible to your compatible television.Minimize

Manufacturer:JVC Product MPNKey FeaturesVideoAudioConnectionsConvenienceRecorderDimensionsMiscellaneous
MPNDRMV150B
DVD Type   DVD Recorder / VCR Combo
Progressive Scan   With Progressive Scan
Video Upconversion   720p (HDTV) • 1080p (HDTV)
Playable Disk TypesDVD Video • VCD • SVCD • DVD-RAM • DVD-R • DVD+R • DVD+RW • CD (Audio) • CD-R • CD-RW • DVD+R DL
Playable File FormatsDivX
TV TunerWith TV Tuner
Video Output SystemNTSC
Video DAC   10 bit / 54 MHz
Video S/N Ratio43 dB
Surround Sound   Dolby Digital (Digital out only) • DTS (Digital out only)
Audio DAC   24 bit / 192 kHz
InputsComposite x 1 • Analog Audio x 1
OutputsDigital Audio Optical x 1
Front PanelComposite Input • Audio Input
Remote Control   Standard
Record and Play FetauresOne Touch Recording
Recording SpeedsSP • XP • LP • EP
Programmable Timer16 Events within 30 Days
VCR Video heads4
Depth10.24 in.
Height3.15 in.
Width16.93 in.
Weight9.26 lb.
UPC046838039317


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Mustek MP95 Portable DVD Player


Certain to turn heads wherever it travels, the MP95's super-sleek, sophisticated housing contains a nine-inch active-matrix TFT widescreen incorporating 16:9 aspect ratio for widescreen viewing of movies in DVD-Video, DVD-R/DVD-RW and DVD+R/DVD+RW formats. Maximizing the cinematic experience is a feature set that includes Dolby® digital decoding, 5.1 channel Virtual 3D Surround Sound, built-in stereo speakers, and progressive scan output. As an option, the MP95 is available with DivX playback, a popular format used to view movies downloaded from the Internet and stored on a CD-R/RW.Minimize


Coby DVD-224


Coby's DVD-224 is about the size of a hardcover book, so whether you're ferrying the player between the kitchen and the bedroom or hooking it up for periodic use by the kids, the DVD-224's small size permits enjoyment of DVD programs and music CDs in just about any room you want. While not portable in the traditional sense--the unit has no screen and requires AC power--the DVD-224 is much easier to move around, set-up, and use than a traditional component DVD player.Minimize


Panasonic Dvd-s38 Dvd-rw Dvd plus rw Cd-r - Video Cd-da Playback - Progressive Sca DVD-S38


The DVD-S38 DVD Player with multi-format playback, making them ideal for users who record their own discs on standalone DVD recorders in addition to watching commercially pre-recorded DVD discs.


Sony DVP-SR200P


If your television or home theater projector is equipped with a component video input, you can take full advantage of the super-crisp 12-Bit component video output and Precision Drive 3 System to enjoy images that look as good as they did on the big screen.