|Toshiba DVR-670 full hd 1080p Upscaling VHS/dvd recorder built in digital tuner|
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|DVD Type||DVD Recorder|
|Built-In Combo Features||VCR|
|Number Of Discs||1|
|Playable Disc Formats||CD, CD DA, CD-R, CD-RW, DVD, DVD+R, DVD+RW, DVD-R, DVD-RW, Picture CD, SVCD, VCD|
|Features||Progressive Scan, Upscaling, Upconverting|
|Playable File Formats||DivX, JPEG, MP3, WMA|
|Progressive Scan||With Progressive Scan|
|Video Output System||NTSC|
|Video Upconversion||1080i (HDTV), 1080p (HDTV), 720p (HDTV)|
|Video DAC||10 bit / 54 MHz|
|Audio DAC||24 bit / 192 kHz|
|Surround Sound||Built-In Dolby Digital Decoder|
|Inputs||Analog Audio x 1, Composite x 2, S-Video x 1|
|Outputs||Analog Audio x 1, Component x 1, Digital Audio Coaxial RCA, HDMI, S-Video|
|Front Panel||Audio Input, iLINK DV Input|
|On Screen Display||Yes: English, French, Spanish|
|Record And Play Features||One Touch Recording|
|Recordable Disc Formats||VR Supported|
|Recording Speeds||SLP, SP|
|VCR Video heads||4|
Average review score based on 30 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
The things I like: I don't have cable service. I use an antenna. This unit has a digital tuner. I have 2 of these units. Overall, I'm very pleased with them. They have a wonderful picture quality, are easy to use to record programs, play backs on DVD or VHS are very good. I haven't tried dubbing.
The things I don't like about this unit: No buttons on the front of the unit to operate it. You have to use the remote. The tuner does a nice job of receiving channels. But, it doesn't have a program guide.
I purchased this product a few weeks ago, for the purposes of converting my video tapes to DVD, and I've been delighted with it. It converts tape to DVD easily with a one touch button.
The only thing I've been moderately disappointed by is that when it creates menus for DVDS, it always includes "empty space" instead of just the items I records, and the menus are very very plain.
Useful for home use, but if I were commercially producing a DVD I'd have to go back to my computer and use Roxio.
The recorder was reasonablly priced and has all the features needed. Wanted with tuner for split screen TV viewing. VCR probably becoming obsolete, however, we have many VCR tapes. We bought a second identical DVD/VCR for a second TV. Hear low noise when unit it in operation, but not a problem.
I bought a used Toshiba DVR-670 DVD and Receiver about 3 weeks ago. It was in ultra-fine condition and has worked flawlessly. Unlike several reviews, I found it straightforward to use and the manual reasonably clear to read and understand. It tunes well, and plays cassettes and DVDs as well as any. The HDMI output feeds my Sony monitor and the picture is excellent. I really like how cool the unit runs; a vast improvement over the JVC unit that I have that works well but runs ridiculously hot. At this point my only criticism is that the words on the remote could have greater contrast with the black background. Great unit.
This unit is the standard low cost unit found in several brand names. I have a reconditioned Phillips that has very similar internal construction and identical setup interface. They all have the same issue in regards to the component interface--it only works for the DVD. If you want to use the VHS unit for playback, you must use the old composite analog
cable. In short, you will be connecting 2 cables to view your playback--1 for the DVD and 1 for the VHS. If you are in need of a low budget VHS player-the unit will be okay. You can do better for a DVD player.