Toshiba D-VR3 Reviews
Product Type: Toshiba DVD recorders
Description:Model ID D-VR3 / Toshiba D-VR3 - DVD recorder/ VCR combo / This DVD recorder is designed to provide the greatest flexibility in recording and playback by supporting DVD-RAM, DVD-R, and DVD-RW recordable disc formats. ColorStream Pro Component Video Outputs allow the highest ... more
Toshiba D-VR3 ... quality video signal to be sent from the DVD player to a component video equipped progressive scan TV. When this connection is utilized with today's HD-compatible sets, typical NTSC artifacts-like video noise, dot crawl, and flicker-are virtually eliminated, resulting in a low-noise, highly detailed picture with unequaled color purity.
Digital Cinema Progressive (3/2 Pulldown) delivers the smoothest, most film-like images to any progressive scan television, such as an HD-compatible one, and ensures maximum resolution. Time Slip Recording/Playback offers the user the ability to begin watching a recording that is already in progress, using DVD-RAM. DVD-R/CD-R/CD-RW Compatible playback ensures discs made with a personal computer can be played back in the home theater system too.
Newest Review: ... one to the other with no difficulty and a minimum of fuss. The 4 heads on the VHS player ensure a good quality playback, even ... more
Customer Toshiba D-VR3 Reviews (2)
by - written on 05/08/13, updated on 12/08/13 (Useful, 6 readings)
A few years ago I was looking for a product which could play both my DVDs and my rather large collection of VHS tapes in one unit, and this was the product which I purchased on e-bay to do the job. It plays both the tapes and the disks with no problems, automatically switching from one to the other with no difficulty and a minimum of fuss. The 4 heads on the VHS player ensure a good quality playback, even on some of my older tapes, which were sitting in boxes for years! The DVDs are predictably of higher quality, but then that would be the case with all comparisons of this type. The remote control unit is also fairly straightforward, switching from DVD ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/05/08 (Very useful, 580 readings)
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Reasons for purchasing ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I had about 300 recorder video tapes of some key moments that I wanted to keep. Having had them stored in cardboard boxes for about 5-10 years, I was worried about the degradation of their quality so decided to invest in a dvd-recorder rather than a dvd-writing service. After some research between this and a hitachi model I opted for this. My primary requirement was to copy from VHS to DVD and this does it perfectly, it is real time which means you cannot use either function as you have to play the video tape in order to write it to the dvd for permanent ... Read the complete review
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