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Toshiba DVR19DT – VHS/DVD Recorder a Fine Example of Toshiba Quality
by: Alex Bradbury

While it’s highly improbable that a household would only be getting a DVD player only now and have just decided to do an upgrade from their old and trusty VCR, there are still some homes that do own a VCR and have probably accumulated a vast collection of VHS tapes of their favourite films or documentaries. One great way to preserve your treasured VHS collection is by using a VCR DVD recorder combi to transfer the videos into a DVD disc which is less vulnerable to the elements and degradation as compared to a VHS tape, and one great product able to do such that is the Toshiba DVR19DT.

For the VCR part of the Toshiba DVR19DT, it works regularly as you would expect a VCR to. It does playback and also recording, although it is difficult to find blank VHS tapes now and most probably, you would be recording on a DVD for its better quality and higher memory capacity. The real magic is with the DVD aspect of the unit. For starters, it plays standard DVDs as any player would. But it also accepts a variety of DVD formats for both playback and recording, including DVD data files consisting of JPEG images in a slideshow as well as MP3 audio files. And with its ability to play DivX videos, many of the movies you have downloaded on your PC can be simply burned into a disc and viewed on your LCD TV using the Toshiba DVR19DT. If your PC monitor is smaller, then this means you will have a better time watching it on your home entertainment centre for a better cinematic experience.

The Toshiba DVR19DT accepts any DVD-R or –RW discs for playback and recording so this means you can save some money from having to purchase expensive and named DVDs. Just pop in the DVD on the tray to record your favourite shows on TV and because the Toshiba has an 8-day EPG, you have ample time to see in advance which shows you want to record, their schedules, and be able to confidently know that you have programmed the recording long before it is showed.

And because it is a Toshiba, you also have a built in Freeview with the Toshiba DVR19DT and numerous Freeview channels as well. Unlike other cheaper and unknown brands that have great difficulty in finding digital channels, you have a vast selection with the Toshiba DVR19DT and get even backwater stations with relative ease. And with a twin tuner, you will be able to record a show while watching another one. In fact, you can even record on your DVD while watching your favourite VHS tape or vice versa.

Conclusively, the Toshiba DVR19DT is a nifty electronic gadget that offers multiple features with an amazingly impressive and remarkable performance. It is a great complement to an HD LCD TV that comes in a very affordable package. Not only is the Toshiba DVR19DT that is a great money and a space saver, it is also a DVD VHS recorder and player combination that looks stylish and has a solid built.

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