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Sony RDR-HX725

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Sony RDR-HX725 - DVD recorder / HDD recorder with TV tuner

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    The RDR-HX725 Hard Disc DVD recorder shines thanks to its HQ+ recording mode with excellent picture quality, and a simple to use Electronic Programming Guide function.

    Do you want to record, edit and archive your favorite film on DVD with stunning results? If so, the RDR-HX725 HDD/DVD recorder from Sony could be just what you are looking for. Using the HQ+ recording mode, you can record your films to a hard drive with excellent quality and a bit rate of up to 15 Mbit/s; this is approximately 1.5 times the bit rate of a conventional commercial DVD.

    Due to the extremely high bit rate, even the finest details are captured with razor-sharp quality on the disk. Furthermore, the recorder's excellent picture enhancement technologies ensure that the data isn't wasted on unwanted interference signals, such as frame noise.

    Using the numerous editing functions, you can cut out advertisement breaks, mark chapters and in doing so prepare your film for archiving to DVD. When you are satisfied with the result, simply copy the film to a DVD. What's more, thanks to High Speed Dubbing, you don't need to wait long and the dynamic variable bit rate delivers a brilliant result. Thanks to DVD+R Double Layer support, even extra-long, epochal masterpieces fit onto one disk.

    The HX725 has a 160 GB hard drive, allowing up to 249 hours of film pleasure, depending on the recording quality required.