* Official Black Friday DVD PLAYER / RECORDER Thread *
Posted Nov 11, 2005 - 12:48 pm
* Lite-on DVD Recorder - $69.99 AR *
* Samsung DVD Recorder - $99.99
* Samsung Progressive Scan DVD Recorder - $99.99 AR
* Cyberhome DVR-1600 DVD Recorder - $79.99 AR
* JVC DVD Recorder / VCR Combo - $249.99
* DVD Recorder - $40 off
* Presidian Dual Format DVD Recorder - $79.99 AR
* Cyberhome CH-DVR1200 DVD Recorder - $79.86 *
* DVD Recorder w/ VCR Combo - $168.87
Posted Nov 11, 2005 - 12:51 pm
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Posted Nov 11, 2005 - 4:16 pm
Is that Lite-On from Best Buy any good? I have (I think) $45 in Best Buy bucks and since they don't have the TV/DVD combo that I wanted, thought this might be good to get instead. I want a DVD recorder anyway and would try for the one at Walmart otherwise.
I'm not sure if the Lite On is any good. I bought a ilo from Walmart last BF. Well it died a few days ago. And me being the fixer that I seem to think I am..lol.. (NOT) I opened it up and looked inside to see if there was something noticably wrong with it. I didnt see anything ,but I noticed it had Lite On parts inside. I guess ilo is one of their products also.
Just make sure whatever you get, keep the box and paperwork for warranty. My warranty isn't over yet, but they won't honor it without box and paperwork.
Posted Nov 11, 2005 - 6:47 pm
one is progressive scan, that's why it is after rebates
Whats the difference between the two Samsung recorders from Bestbuy?
Posted Nov 11, 2005 - 6:52 pm
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Posted Nov 12, 2005 - 7:10 pm
That would be tough you would need a combo: VHS/DVD Recorder with integrated TiVo
I think this is going ot be the "hot" ticket. my wife wants one tostart transfering from tape and tivo.
Posted Nov 12, 2005 - 10:11 pm
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Posted Nov 14, 2005 - 12:37 pm
I've heard cyberhome's products are a POS. If you want to purchase a dvd recorder at wally world, may I suggest the $99 ilo, every day low price. http://www.walmart.c...duct_id=3610576
This will be a must for us this year. Does anyone know anything about the cyber one at walmart?
I've used it for a year, everyday, to record tv shows. No problems yet. Lack chase playback(watching a show from the start while the rest is still being recorded), but for $100 what do you expect? The outside of my box said Lite-On. I used to have Lite-On recorders for my PC.
Posted Nov 14, 2005 - 2:16 pm
BTW, Meijer seems to have the same model on sale during that Friday and Saturday for $69.97 after rebate, and more expensive model for $89.97.
I guess the difference between the two models are the capibility of MPEG-4 playback and DivX® playback.
I can't find the $89.97 one you mentioned, but the $69.97 Lite-On LVW1105 should support Divx, but it does not have S-video in/out.
OfficeMax also has a similar model (1101 or 1105) at the same price after rebate. The rebate amounts are different though. I think the Meijer's rebate is $20, OfficeMax is $30, and BestBuy is $50.
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I wonder if there's anyway to "get around" the copy-protected thing. One of the main reasons I want one is to put all of our vhs movies onto dvd. Anyone know???
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Posted Nov 14, 2005 - 5:15 pm
OK, let's assume I get either the one from Walmart, Sears, Meijer or Office Max. What blank DVDs do I get for it? I have BB bucks to use so I might as well use them on that.
Both LVW 1101 and 1105 have the same Manual. They both support dual media. That means DVD+R/RW and DVD-R/RW.
Posted Nov 14, 2005 - 5:22 pm
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