Samsung DVD-VR330 Combined VCR and DVD Recorder
- Full-function VCR; timed and one-touch VCR and DVD recording
- Records to DVD-R/RW, DVD R/RW, dual-layer DVD-/ R, DVD-RAM; plays CD-R/RW discs and MP3, JPEG files
- Connections: 1 component out, 1 composite out, 1 S-Video out, 1 Firewire in, 1 RF in, 1 RF out
- Digital optical and digital coaxial audio output for home theater surround sound
The Samsung DVD-VR330 Combined VCR and DVD Recorder brings together two great entertainment choices. Break out the old VHS tapes and enjoy those classic films and home movies. If you'd prefer, play your favorite DVDs, right on the same unit. Slim design (77mm) NOTE - Preliminary specs; subject to change
Samsung's DVD-VR330 provides the best of both worlds, with the ability to record home movies and TV programming to a wide variety of DVD discs while enabling you to continue playing your vast VHS library. Additionally, the 4-head VCR offers a full complement of standard recording and playback options as well as the ability to easily convert VHS tapes to DVD. A front-panel DV (FireWire IEEE 1394) input enables you to connect the family video camcorder and edit and record footage directly to a DVD disc--all via a single cable and without losing image quality. The EVQ (Enhanced Video Quality) feature provides sharper images and truer color reproduction for both movies and home videos. EVQ reduces pixel noise produced during digital signal processing, mitigates the cross color phenomenon occasionally produced by separation of Y & C signal.
It offers a full menu of DVD recording options, including DVD-R/RW and DVD R/RW as well as DVD-RAM discs--a very flexible format that allows you to re-record on the disc up to several thousand times. Additionally, it offers recording compatibility with DVD-/ R discs--enabling you to store up to 8.5 GB of video on these two-sided discs.
You can program recording via the timer, or choose easy one-touch recording (initiating playback at 30 minutes and adding 30 minutes with each additional press of the button, up to the available disc time or 240 minutes, whichever is sooner). Chapters are created when you record your favorite TV show or video clips from a camcorder onto a DVD disc. The chapters are automatically created, which eliminates wasted time searching the whole DVD to find the right spot. Up to 99 titles can be recorded onto one disc. With the simple and easy edit function menu, you can delete, copy, rename, and lock, among other things....