Samsung DVD VR330 Reviews
Product Type: Samsung DVD recorders
Description:Model ID DVD-VR330 / Samsung DVD VR330 - DVD recorder/ VCR combo / Play and record on both VHS tapes and DVDs with the Samsung DVD-VR330 VCR ... more
Samsung DVD VR330 ... Combined DVD Recorder. In addition to providing a 4-head Hi-Fi VCR, this far- from-basic model offers the flexibility of Full Multi Format Recording (R A M / + / - RW/+/-R); the response of "1sec." Quick Recording; and the practicality of Dual Layer Recording on +R or -R only DVD discs.
Newest Review: ... around a bit with the menus, but it's all in the manual anyway and again once you've done it a couple of times it'll be easy ... more
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Customer Samsung DVD VR330 Reviews (3)
by - written on 02/08/10 (Very useful, 53 readings)
We live in a world dominated by the media. We watch television and movies every day for hours on end. I'm not saying it's a reflection or anything on society today, after all I love films, but just saying that's what it's like today. We all have dozens and dozens of DVDs, I know I do, and soon that will probably all change to Blu Ray. But what to do with all those VHSs? After all, less than ten years ago we all had loads of those and, if you're the sort of person who isn't all that keen on replacing every VHS with a DVD equivalent, you'll still have loads left over, taking up loads of space where you can put your boxsets. I bought this VCR and DVD ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/01/07, updated on 09/07/09 (Very useful, 1347 readings)
One of the reasons I bought this unit was primarily to archive on to DVD my old VHS tapes - an ideal way to magically free up some storage space and make those bulky old VHS cassettes disappear. Apart from this I also needed a decent DVD player/recorder. You won't be able to transfer any copy-protected films; at least I haven't yet found a way to do it, so it's unlikely you'll eliminate your VHS library entirely. Like most Samsung products the VR330 is sleekly designed in a black finish and looks the part. DVD and VHS playback and Recording Setting up the DVD was fairly straight forward connecting it to your TV via a Scart lead. DVD performance was ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/01/07 (Useful, 247 readings)
I've had this for about 6 month now, and over all am not very impressed. It was cheap and I suppose you get what you pay for. Often the whole thing will freeze, and need several on and offs to unfreeze, pretty annoying when you are watching something! The recording is very hit and miss. Mostly recording to DVD is fine, quality great. Then occasionally for no apparent reason, it simply won't record. A few weeks ago it recorded perfect picture but no sound at all! Then it is back to great again! Video recording is fine, but play back sometimes weird as the tracking button over does it, and it jumps all the time until you manually set the ... Read the complete review
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