Panasonic DMR-HW100EBK 320GB HDD TV Recorder with Twin Freeview HD Tuners (Old model)

August 10, 2013 - Comment

Panasonic HD Hard Disc Recorder * Twin FreeView HD Tuners* Simulatanious recording of 2 HD programmes* 2D to 3D conversion* DLNA as Server and Client* VIERA Connect with Skype* Wireless LAN ready* Dolby Digital/Dolby Digital Plus Decode (5.1 ch) & Bitstream Out* DTS-HD Master Audio Essential/DTS-HD High Resolution Audio* SD memory Card* Compatibale: SD/SDHC/SDXC* JPEG,

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Panasonic HD Hard Disc Recorder

* Twin FreeView HD Tuners
* Simulatanious recording of 2 HD programmes
* 2D to 3D conversion
* DLNA as Server and Client
* VIERA Connect with Skype
* Wireless LAN ready
* Dolby Digital/Dolby Digital Plus Decode (5.1 ch) & Bitstream Out
* DTS-HD Master Audio Essential/DTS-HD High Resolution Audio
* SD memory Card
* Compatibale: SD/SDHC/SDXC
* JPEG, MPO, MPEG2/AVCHD
* USB 2.0 High Speed
* Full HD Sampling (New P4HD)
* Deep Colour
* Digital Noise Reduction
* Pause/Rewind Live TV
* VIERA Link (HDAVI Control5)
* Wireless LAN Ready System
* Dimensions (W x H x D) (mm) 430 x 59x 238mm
* Weight (approx.) (kg) 2.2kg
* Hard Disc Capacity: 320GB

Product Features

  • Twin Freeview HD+ Tuners
  • 320GB HDD
  • VIERA Link
  • Wireless Ready

Comments

A. Marczak "mazzarak" says:

Almost Perfect We already had a , and the main difference is that this will record in HD. So first, you need an HD TV, otherwise you are wasting your time. Like the old Humax you can record two programmes at once, whilst still watching a recorded programme.Some things I like:Really good quality video, both in High and Standard Definition.Big memory, allows for as much as 80 hours of recorded footage.Slots for your own media to be inserted.Grouping of programmes – rather than viewing a massive list of individual programmes, they can be grouped together, e.g. No. of Eastenders – 7 will appear once, not seven times.Some things I don’t like:User interface is really clunky, even compared to the Humax which is now many years old. You can’t search for a specific programme, you have to know where it is.Timer has a buffer before and after…

Thinker says:

Great After much deliberation got this pvr twin tuner, this is the first pvr we have had aside from play tv and its very very good. We considered the humax but decided to go for this because of the sharing capability.The box is tidy and of medium size, prob the same size as the model with the dvd disc drive which this does not have but this is a better price.The display on the machine is just what is needed when in use, and most importantly it does the job well.We had heard the tv guide display was not the best of the bunch but we thought it was fantastic, and can be viewed 2 ways, we would make channel selection quicker if we could but it is not too bad at all.The machine is pretty easy to work out settings wise, it has a sturdy remote which is well set out and to get to the guide and record is easy. The box can do series link, again easy to do. HD recordings came out crisp as you could want – all very impressive.As you would know this is a twin tuner meaning…

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