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101. Panasonic KX-TG2344B 2.4 GHz DSS
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102. Panasonic VDRM50 DVD Camcorder
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103. PANASONIC DMR-T6070 DVD Recorder
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104. Panasonic RR930 Panasonic Microcassette
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105. Panasonic KX-TM150B Digital Answering
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106. Panasonic SVAV50S MPEG-4 SD Video
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107. Panasonic GigaRange KX-TG2420B
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108. Panasonic CT-20SL14 20" Pure Flat
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109. Panasonic DMR-E55S Progressive
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110. Panasonic KX-TS3282B 2-Line Expandable
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111. Panasonic SL-SV570 Pers CD, 45
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112. Panasonic PV-DF2704 27" Flat-Screen
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113. Panasonic KX-FA84 Fax Drum
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114. Panasonic DVD-F86K 5-Disc Progressive
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115. Panasonic KX-TG2740S 2.4 GHz DSS
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116. Panasonic PT-50LC14 50" Widescreen
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117. COBY MPCD511 Personal MP3 CD Player
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118. Panasonic DVD-S27S Progressive
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119. Panasonic DMR-E100HS Progressive
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120. Panasonic CT-27HL14 27" TAU Series

101. Panasonic KX-TG2344B 2.4 GHz DSS Cordless Phone with Dual Handsets and Answering System

our price: $99.99
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Asin: B0001W9HOM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 227
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Ever feel like you need a second phone? The KX-TG2344B from Panasonic may be the solution, since it's packaged with a second handset and charging cradle. It also comes with a built-in answering system, helping you to consolidate all your communications needs in one easy-to-use machine.

The all-digital answering machine has a 15-minute maximum recording time and can be operated remotely, allowing you to stay on top of your incoming messages even while you are away from home. You can set the outgoing message length to one, two, or three minutes, while voice prompts guide you through operation of the answering system. An LCD call counter lets you know how many messages you have waiting, and a time/date stamp lets you know when each message was received. Additionally, all messages are stored in Flash memory, so if you ever experience a power outage, your messages will be there when you get back up and running.

Caller ID and call waiting compatible, the KX-TG2344B stores up to 30 incoming names and numbers. The log is easily accessible via the handset LCD, while a 32-number phone directory helps you to keep track of all your most frequently used phone numbers. A new message indicator lets you know when you have messages waiting, while a low-battery indicator lets you know when to return the phone to its cradle for recharging.

If you are running short on countertop space, fret not, the KX-TG2344B is wall-mountable. Handset and ringer controls allow you to adjust volume levels to your liking, while an illuminated keypad makes dialing a snap, even in the dark. Headset compatible for hands-free communication, this phone also comes with a belt clip. A page/handset locator lets you easily find a lost handset, and voice paging from the base allows you to communicate with both handsets at the same time. An intercom function lets you talk between handsets or between a handset and the base, while three-way conferencing allows you to communicate with multiple parties at once.

By transmitting on the 2.4 GHz band and utilizing a digital spread spectrum signal and Panasonic's voice enhancer technology, this phone is able to offer clearer reception and greater range than many older cordless phones. Easy-to-use and packed with useful features, the KX-TG2344B also comes backed with a one year limited warranty.

What's in the Box
Base, two handsets, two AC adapters/chargers, two rechargeable battery packs, two belt clips, two handset battery covers, one telephone line cord, instructions ... Read more


  • 2.4 GHz frequency hopping digital spread spectrum signal
  • Extra handset and remote charger
  • Answering system with 15 minutes of recording time
  • Caller ID with call waiting, 30-name-and-number log
  • 30-number phone directory; wall-mountable

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars Just what I was looking for
Just purchased. Great phone. Exactly what I was looking for with all the bells & whistles. Couldn't have asked for more clarity. Extra handset.... Big bonus.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great phone
This is a very nice phone. Excellent range and very clear. Havent had a good one like this in a long time. Usually bought Uniden but my last few didnt last long and was always having clarity problems. Anyway, this Panasonic phone is wonderful. Its easy to use and set up. Having two cordless headsets is great. In my bedroom I dont have a phone jack and this setup is perfect for my situation. I can now leave my one phone in my computer room and have the other in my bedroom. No more dragging around the cordless phone. Thanks Panasonic for making a great product.

5-0 out of 5 stars No problems
This phone is highly recommended.I have never gone wrong with a Panasonic phone. This one has all the bells and whistles. Easy to set up, with a very understandable interface and owners manual.

4-0 out of 5 stars Definitely recommend!
If you are looking for a good bang for your buck, this is it. Great clarity, sturdy phone and Panasonic reliability. I have dropped it a few times, and phone still works fine. The handset speakerphones are very clear, and the phone has a very legible display. The lighted keypad is a plus. This phone is a great alternative as compared to the almost twice as expensive 5.8 GZ phones.

The only minus is that there is no speakerphone on the base unit, which is why I gave it 4 stars out of five.

1-0 out of 5 stars Audibility shortcomings
I purchased this cordless phone two weeks ago and to date I have not been particularly happy in one regard-- audibility range. Whenever I call someone, the audibility goes from faint to loud, so I often miss what the other person is saying. I increase the volume but that does not often alleviate the problem. Similarly, the person on the other end, particularly if the individual is using a cell phone, has great difficulty hearing what I say. What's up? ... Read more

102. Panasonic VDRM50 DVD Camcorder with 2.5-inch LCD w/18x Optical Zoom
list price: $899.99
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Asin: B0001E4240
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 635
Average Customer Review: 1 out of 5 stars
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  • DIGA Palmcorder DVD Camcorder records on removable 3-inch (8cm) DVD-RAM and DVD-R discs
  • 18x optical zoom lens (digital zoom to 500x) and image stabilizer
  • 2.5-inch LCD and color electronic viewfinder
  • Low-light mode, built-in digital still camera, and cold shoe for accessories
  • Rechargeable Li-ion battery pack lasts for up to 2 hours and 15 minutes

Reviews (1)

1-0 out of 5 stars Better off with tape
Great idea but in practice this camera doesn't live up to expectations. The DVA-RAM re-recordable media is fairly esoteric, expensive and not compatible with most DVD readers. The other recoding media; DVD-R, has a hitch - after you record your 30 minutes of video, the disc needs to be "finalized" before it can be replayed in a DVD player. This takes at least 7minutes. You can't use the camera during this time and it must be plugged into its AC adapter. If "finalization" fails, you've lost all of your video on that DVD and it can't be recovered. Just happened to me so I thought I'd share the experience with others. At present, miniDV tape seems like a safer and more reliable option. This particular camera would only be useful to people who already own a device that can read 8cm DVD-RAM discs and copy them to other media. ... Read more

103. PANASONIC DMR-T6070 DVD Recorder and Hard Drive

our price: $720.99
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Asin: B00030CHOY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 25213
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104. Panasonic RR930 Panasonic Microcassette Transcriber/Recorder
list price: $249.95
our price: $199.95
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Asin: B00004YJYT
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 9844
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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Its advanced features and use of microcassettes make the Panasonic RR-930transcriber/recorder a compact and useful business tool. The built-incondenser mic allows for easy recording, and the unit also has a foot-controlledbackspace function and variable speed control. The three-digit counter allowsyou to keep your place, and the quick-erase, two-speed tape selector and fullauto-stop functions add to the ease of use. The RR-930 comes in black with aheadset and foot controller. ... Read more


  • Uses microcassette tapes
  • Variable tape-speed control
  • Three-digit counter helps you keep your place
  • Built-in condenser mic
  • Includes headset and foot-controller

Reviews (1)

2-0 out of 5 stars Works very well while it works.
I have worked with quite a few of these transcribers over the years and this would be my least favorite. It works well for a while, but then the rewind and fast forward goes out on the foot pedal and then goes out on the machine itself. Normally transcribers last longer than these seem to. A co-worker has gone through 4 of them in 2 years. We keep asking administration to switch to a different brand, but they say these are cheaper. You get what you pay for, I guess. ... Read more

105. Panasonic KX-TM150B Digital Answering System with Caller ID
list price: $59.99
our price: $34.99
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Asin: B00000K1RF
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 868
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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With the Panasonic KX-TM150B, you'll enjoy the quality of all-digital recording--the unit uses a microchip to handle messages for quiet, easy operation. Total recording time is 15 minutes (flash memory). Caller ID compatibility shows the name and number of incoming callers. It also displays caller ID data with each message during message playback.

With a 50-station caller ID memory and dialer, and a multifunction, 3-line LCD display, the KX-TM150B shows you all of the caller ID information without scrolling. Advanced microchip technology means improved voice recording quality over previous models. Voice prompts and a time/day stamp guide you through your messages. Remote control lets you control the greeting message, all message playback, and individual erase using a touch-tone phone. Call-screening toll-saver means that when you're checking messages from a remote location, the system will answer on the first ring only if you have new messages. If not, you can hang up and avoid toll charges. The unit also permits two-way recording. ... Read more


  • All-digital tapeless answering and message system
  • Caller ID compatible
  • 50-station caller memory and callback
  • 2-way conversation recording
  • Voice menu prompts and voice date/time stamp

Reviews (9)

4-0 out of 5 stars Satisfied. But there is room for improvement...
I had this machine for about a month now.
Just two things that I don't like:

The sound could be improved. I can certanly understand the messages but my former 10 year old tape based answering machine sounded better.

It would be nice if they added a built in light in the Caller ID screen (like in cell phones)

Other than that not bad for what it costs.

3-0 out of 5 stars Very poor sound quality
It has very nice features but the sound quality is very poor. You can't hear a thing. It is very muffled. I am going to try the AT&T 1760 Digital Answering System and see if that is any better.

5-0 out of 5 stars Easy to use, excellent quality
I must confess that I am prompted to write this review mainly because my experiences with the Panasonic KX-TM150B telephone answering machine are in sharp contrast to some of the other users' stated findings.
My main disagreement is in the matter of the unit's ease of use. Although this is a highly subjective area to comment on, I believe that here in the 21st century we can make a few generalized assumptions and judgements about the user interfaces of consumer electronics products, because we now have a fairly long history of consumer products with which to compare against.
When you consider the spectacular array of useful features that this device provides, I feel that it would be extremely difficult to design it with a more straightforward layout. All of the buttons are clearly labeled, and the LCD display as well as voice prompts guide you through all of the setup and operation functions. If someone finds the labeling and pleasant voice prompts insufficient, the instruction manual that comes with the unit takes every setup and operational function and provides a crystal-clear step-by-step guide that anyone who can read English at the fourth-grade level and above will have absolutely no problem in comprehending.
The frequently-used buttons are quite large, and the less-used setup buttons are smaller, as one would logically expect. ALL buttons are placed over 1/2 inch apart when measured from their centers. I would very much like to meet a person who is unable to press the buttons independently, as this person would likely need to be about fourteen feet tall in order to have fingers that are so large as to be unable to independently press the buttons.
Anyone who is still unsure about the unit's ease of use is welcome to download a free .pdf copy of the instruction manual at Panasonic's website. I am confident that a quick glance at the manual will alleviate any fears that may remain regarding this unit's stunningly simple and logical control layout.

Regarding the unit's overall quality, it is in keeping with Panasonic's well-deserved reputation for excellence in consumer products. After several months of use it has yet to have the slightest problem or generate any error whatsoever.
Naturally, when you have a company like Panasonic that produces millions of products every year, every now and then one might have a problem. If you are the unlucky person who gets the extremely rare defective unit, just return it to Amazon and let them help you with a replacement....pretty simple, right?
Buy it with confidence.

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't like it.
I just bought one. Just by looking at it, I agree with one reviewer that it's perhaps one of the least intuitive answering machines out there. The buttons are also too small. I mean this is a stand-alone answering machine, why is it designed in a way that is less generous than even many integrated answering machines on some telephones? Having said these--you probably wonder why I base my judgement on simlpy how it LOOKS--I admit that I have not used it. Why? Because the one I just bought does not work! After everything was set up, connecting to wall jack and telephone, plugging in the AC adapter, there's no light, NOTHING, no matter which button I press. I got a defective item. Perhaps it's not Panasonic's fault, as I ordered it from an online co. (not I have reason to suspect they shipped me a reburbished one. This is the time when you don't take for granted. Had I ordered it from, I may not only get a functional machine, but also didn't have to stay home whole day expecting the UPS delivery that showed up at the end of the day. Without doubt this review has an emotional side.

5-0 out of 5 stars More excellent features than you'd ever guess
This machine does everything I ever wanted, and more:

Have you ever had to wade through 20 saved messages,
one by one, on other machines, just to get to the
very last one, which you wanted to hear again?

Panasonic's KX-TM150B lets you go immediately
to the very last message, if you want,
and then work your way backwards -- I've never
seen so handy a feature on any other machine.

Many other machines force you to play an entire
message all over again if you missed something
that you wanted to write down, but this machine
has controls that make it behave just like a
cassette tape machine -- hold down "rewind"
and it backspaces, release the button
and you hear the backspaced section again;
fast-forward plays at 2X normal speed;
you can also just "pause" and resume again
(to catch up as you take notes, for example).

If you've ever been frustrated by slow operations
on other brands (e.g. Sony), compounded by long,
droning announcements that you can't skip,
you'll like the fact that every operation here
is instantaneous, and you can always interrupt
any operation to do another instead.

The 50-memory Caller ID matches up with each recorded
message, and lets you dial back automatically at any time.

Did you know that you can edit the
saved Caller-ID numbers to adjust for different local
dialing rules (and up to two different local area codes)?

During any live phone conversation,
if someone is about to tell you some information that you'll
need to write down, don't reach for a pencil -- just press
"2-way record," let the caller talk, and re-play it later.

The number of rings before answering can be set to
2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, or Toll-Saver(2/4)

The voice menus and prompts are very intelligent,
both for direct and remote operations.

I've installed four of these in different places,
and I've found the sound quality to be as uniformly good
as any consumer digital answering machine I've ever seen
in this price range -- perfectly clear speech, far better sound
than previous models, so when I read other reviews complaining
of bad sound, I wonder whether they bought damaged or refurbished
goods, or had they poured cola into it, perhaps?

Flash memory saves messages indefinitely, even if AC
power fails, and these Panasonics even remember the date
and accurate time for power failures up to five minutes.

I have experienced over two years of flawless performance
from four different units (two KX-TM100B without Caller ID
two KX-TM150B with caller ID); good job as usual, Panasonic! ... Read more

106. Panasonic SVAV50S MPEG-4 SD Video Camera
list price: $399.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B0001DBEI8
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 897
Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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The amazingly small, ultra-slim, and lightweight Panasonic SVAV50 is ready to capture your favorite moments in digital video and still photos wherever you roam. You can also use the SVAV50 as a digital audio player, voice recorder, and image viewer through your TV (using the included cradle). The SVAV50 is so small because it uses no tape--all video, images, and audio are stored on a tiny Secure Digital (SD) memory card. It also features 2-megapixel digital still resolution, 2-inch flip-and-twist LCD for reviewing your video and photos, and 2.5x digital zoom. This model (SVAV50S) comes in silver, but the SVAV50 is also available in blue (SVAV50A).

Video and Still Optics
Using the MPEG4 format, the SVAV25 saves video to Secure Digital (SD) and MultiMedia (MMC) memory cards (an 8 MB SD card is included). With the small size of MPEG4 files--featuring resolution modes of either 320 x 240 or 176 x 144--you can easily post video to your Web site or send files to friends and family via e-mail.

The D-snap cradle is equipped with an A/V terminal that makes it easy to connect to a TV or VCR and record TV programs onto an SD card. Using the SVAV50 for playback, you can watch the news, a movie, or other programs just about anywhere.

The following shows the approximate amount of continuous video that can be recorded on several sizes of SD memory card (including larger optional cards):

  • Super Fine (320 x 240, 1 Mbps): 0.9 minutes (included 8 MB card), 7 minutes (64 MB card), 15 minutes (128 MB card)
  • Fine (320 x 240, 420 Kbps): 2 minutes (included 8 MB card), 17 minutes (64 MB card), 35 minutes (128 MB card)
  • Normal (176 x 144, 300 Kbps): 2.5 minutes (included 8 MB card), 25 minutes (64 MB card), 50 minutes (128 MB card)
  • Economy (176 x 144, 100 Kbps): 8 minutes (included 8 MB card), 70 minutes (64 MB card), 150 minutes (128 MB card)

The SVAV50 has a 1/3.2-inch CCD for a 2-megapixel resolution--capturing enough image data for print enlargements up to 8 x 10 inches. It features1600 x 1200 (2 MP), 1280 x 960 (1 MP), and 640 x 480 (VGA--great for sending in e-mail) resolution modes. You can zoom in on subjects using the 2.5x digital zoom.

In addition to its motion and still image capability, the SVAV50 can also be used as a digital audio player--just slip in an SD card loaded with tunes and listen via the included earphones. It's compatible with MP3 and AAC audio files. And with the built-in microphone (monaural), you can easily record voice memos, lectures, interviews, and reminders to the SD card.

More Features

  • 2-inch flip-and-twist LCD with 117,000-pixel resolution
  • Connects to your PC via USB 1.1 connectivity
  • Lens: F4 (4.5mm focal length)
  • Measures 4 x 1.94 x .81 inches (H x W x D)
  • Weighs 3.7 ounces

What's in the Box
This package includes the Panasonic SVAV50A digital camcorder, 8 MB SD memory card, USB cradle, battery pack, AC adaptor, stereo earphones with remote controller, USB and A/V cables, carrying case, cleaning clot, neck strap, and CD-ROM with USB drivers for Windows and the following Panasonic software (not Mac compatible):

  • SD MovieStage Ver. 2.5 displays MPEG4 motion images and JPEG still images in thumbnail form and plays them back on a PC. You can also cut and edit motion images and send e-mail with motion images attached.
  • SD Jukebox Ver. 4.0 Software transfers music from your SD memory card to your PC and allows you to rip CDs to your PC and convert music data to different PC music file formats. When ripping CDs, music information from the CD database (CDDB) is obtained automatically, including album title, artist and song title. You can also organize your songs by artist, title or personalized playlists. There is also a "Mood Analyzer" (Music Sommelier) that automatically selects songs to match your mood.
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  • Pocket-sized MPEG-4 SD video camera, 2-megapixel still camera, and digital music player--weighs just .23 pounds
  • 2.5x digital zoom lens with night view capabilities
  • 2-inch LCD flips and twists up for viewing video
  • Built-in flash, mic, and speaker and includes 8MB SD memory card and stereo earphones with remote
  • Rechargable battery provides up to 1 hour of video recording time or 2 hours of music playback

Reviews (3)

4-0 out of 5 stars One Nifty Little Gadget
This is a very cool gadget, but it has a very specific target audience - people who need a camera and a Dictaphone with them at all times. If that's not you, consider a Palm Zire 71, or maybe a camera phone.

Unlike many other combination devices, the D-Snap 50 doesn't try to do too much, just a few things fairly well. The MP3 player is as good as any other card-based unit, the voice recorder is on par with the most expensive Sony stand-alones, and the digital camera is good enough for small jobs and web work... but until you get used to using it, you'll think you need to cut off your index finger to take a decent picture. Also, I haven't yet decided whether including an 8 MB memory card with the unit was meant as an insult or a joke.

Most of the negatives associated with the D-Snap 50 can be cured with three things: patience, practice, and an extraordinarily large SD memory card. After you've taught yourself how to hold it, and jacked up all the settings to acceptable quality, you will wonder how you ever did without it. As for durability, we'll have to wait and see, but I trust the brand. Three and one-half stars.

4-0 out of 5 stars Ultimate Versatility - but know what you are getting!
I travel frequently and write as a hobby, and I have often wished I had camera or camcorder with me to capture an interesting scene to use in my writing. I normally carry a digital voice recorder, but usually do not have the ability to photograph because cameras are generally too bulky for everyday use. I therefore purchased this gadget in an effort to give me an 'all in one' recorder I could use to capture voice notes, still images and short movies. Here's what I found:

The Good:

- Small! Yet it has a good, solid weight to it.
- Easy-to-learn controls. I was using the gadget's full functionality within minutes, and didn't have to slog through the manual to learn each mode. Once I learned how to use one mode, the others were fairly intuitive.
- Versatility - I was able to hook the camcorder up to my DVD player and record a movie in MPEG-4 format for later watching. I then reversed the cables and played the same movie, outputting to my television. I took a few pictures, then made some voice memos, and the quality of the memos was better than on my old digital recorder. Very cool!

The Bad:

- The camcorder works well only when under strong light conditions. It lowers the shutter speed when it has insufficient light (and 'insufficient' here includes any indoor shooting), which means dropped frames and dark colors. There is a mode to compensate somewhat for low light, but this only brightens the images without speeding frame rate.
- I knew this going in, so I don't really think of this as a 'bad', but you may not know: MPEG-4 is NOT movie-quality! The best you can do on this device is 320x240 - half the normal resolution of your TV screen, which means half as good as your normal camcorder. Plus, it's compressed, which means some quality is lost. The movies this device makes are for posting on Websites, not sending copies to Grandma.
- The camera also does not work well indoors. It has an automatic flash, but the flash is somewhat underpowered and does not illuminate objects more than a few feet in front of the camera.
- Only 2.5 digital zoom on the camera. No optical zoom. This is, effectively, a simple point and click camera.
- Listening to the most recently recorded voice memo requires scrolling with the track ball, unlike normal voice recorders which allow you to listen to your most recent memo with ease - this is important, as you will often want to ensure you actually captured what you were saying.
- Short battery life - about an hour of recording. The battery is quite slim, so this is to be expected. However, an hour is significantly less than most one-use objects.
- No protective case! A leather holder is a must for this device. Instead, all you get is a neck strap (good, though it's almost too heavy for wearing around the neck) and a grey felt bag which could protect from scratches, but not dropping. Who the heck is going to carry this in a felt bag? It needs to be worn on the waist, like a cell phone.

The Ugly:

- It's very easy to place your finger over the lens when taking pictures. Panasonic tried to compensate for this by placing several small nubs on the front of the device so you could, by feel, know where to hold the camera. However, they're not enough, and Panasonic's 'fix' is a hard plastic bubble you're supposed to peel and stick to the front of the camera to prevent your finger from sliding up. Yes, that's right - instead of building a bump into the camera's case, you the consumer have to gum a piece of hard plastic to it. In the software industry, we call this a 'hack.'
- The 'Menu' button, which you will be using frequently, is difficult to push. It's tiny, and because of the camera's shape is difficult to push without grasping the camera with both hands. This is a device that wants to be used only with one hand.
- I'm concerned about durability. While most of the parts feel solid and durable, two spots feel like they are asking to break. One is a small roller ball that you use to traverse the menus; it's tiny and light, and if it goes, there's no way the gadget will work without professional service. The second is the plastic catch that keeps the LED screen in place when the camera is open. Since it's possible to force the camera to close without pushing in the latch, I can see this part wearing out quickly and preventing the LED from locking open.

Summary: Despite my grips, the SV-AV50 is definitely a keeper. It an excellent emergency memory preserver/party toy. It is well-engineered with a few minor flaws. It is NOT a camcorder replacement and NOT a digital camera replacement; if you buy expecting either of these you'll be mightily disappointed. 4/5 stars, but know what you are getting!

3-0 out of 5 stars Total Gadget
I want to love this gadget, but I can not. It tries to do too much, and ends up doing too little.

- Super Small
- Large LCD
- Excellent Prodcut Design
- Many "Features"

- You're finger easily gets in the way of the lens(1 in 3 shots are finger shots)
- The digital photos are VERY grainy in ALL light conditions (I would not even post the photos to my web site)
- No "Red Eye Reduction"
- The video quality is medium, definitel not a camcorder replacement
- Audio files need to be translated to some "native" format, using included software... no drag and drop here!

I will most likely return it, despite my desire to like all that it offers and how cool it looks. It just not deliver quality on the images and video. ... Read more

107. Panasonic GigaRange KX-TG2420B 2.4 GHz DSS Cordless Phone with Caller ID (Black)
list price: $34.95
our price: $34.95
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Asin: B0007Q3QMQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 6722
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Product Description

This item is not returnable to Beach Audio for any reason ... Read more


  • Last 5 number redial; Voice Enhancer technology
  • Illuminated ringer and keypad; 1-year warranty
  • 2.4 GHz frequency-hopping spread spectrum signal
  • Caller ID/call waiting, 50-station memory
  • 50-station speed dial phonebook

108. Panasonic CT-20SL14 20" Pure Flat TV (Silver)
list price: $199.99
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Asin: B0001UEHGW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 5490
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Compact, affordable, and great looking, Panasonic's 20-inch CT-20SL14 uses a Tau PureFlat picture tube, which not only looks better than a conventional, bulbous screen, but also provides a high-quality, high-contrast picture owing to the screen's ability to reduce reflected ambient light. The set may be small in size, but its 600 lines of horizontal resolution render high-quality images.

The CT-20SL14's 3-line comb filter further enhances resolution by removing blurred edges between colors and reducing dot crawl (tiny, moving dots of color along a sharp color separation in a vertical line, as in a depiction of a character's striped T-shirt). The set's horizontal and vertical edge correction sharpens the edges of pictured objects, working in conjunction with the dynamic sharpness control and velocity modulated scan to produce clean, crisp images and reduce video noise.

Through channel labeling, you can assign an ID of 1 to 4 characters (such as KIRO or WNET) to up to 30 different channels. This feature comes in handy when cable systems assign different channel numbers to familiar network stations. Channel banner captures information transmitted with each program and places it onscreen in a semi-transparent banner. This information includes TV station identification and the V-Chip rating for the current program.

The set gives you stereo audio from broadcast programming via Multi-channel Television Sound (MTS), which permits broadcasters to encode stereo audio within the video portion of TV programming signals. The CT-20SL14 also features a surround processing circuit which simulates spacious surround sound from the set's 2 speakers.

A component-video input grants optimum connection with a compatible DVD player, while standard composite- and S-video inputs accommodate all DVD players. You can choose between 2 sets of rear AV inputs and a set of front AV inputs for extra convenience, as when hooking up a camcorder or gaming console. A rear audio (switchable fixed-/variable-level) output lets you hook the set up with an integrated amplifier orsurround receiver.

The set also features a trilingual onscreen display (English, Spanish, French), closed-caption display, V-Chip parental control, channel lock, GameGuard, a sleep timer, auto-off, and a universal remote control.

What's in the Box
TV, remote control, remote batteries, and a user's manual. ... Read more


  • 20-inch Tau PureFlat picture tube and stereo sound; TV measures 24 x 18.8 x 19.7 inches (W x H x D)
  • 3-line comb filter sharpens images, reduces "dot crawl"
  • Component-video, S-video, and composite-video inputs accommodate a range of video components
  • Channel labeling and recall/rapid tune simplify input and station selection
  • Channel lock and game guard let you control use, and a programmable timer powers the set on or off at specified times

109. Panasonic DMR-E55S Progressive Scan DVD Recorder / Player (Silver)
list price: $349.99
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Asin: B0001G0FFS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 238
Average Customer Review: 4.25 out of 5 stars
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Panasonic's DMR-E55S DVD player/recorder grants unprecedented recordingtime on double-sided 9.4 GB recordable DVDs--up to 16 hours, or 8 hoursper side (and on standard 4.7 GB discs, in EP mode). The DMR-E55S's jointsupport of DVD-RAM and DVD-R media provides the best of both worlds:DVD-R for the highest compatibility (letting you share video recordingswith virtually anyone with a DVD player) and DVD-RAM (for rewritabilityand benefits like TimeSlip, chasing playback, and simultaneous play andrecord). DVD-RAM offers the perfect method for recording and rerecordingfavorite programs--over 100,000 times on the same disc. Using DVD-RAM, youcan also edit your videos on a multi-media computer with videoediting/production software.

You can take DVD-RAM discs out of their protective cartridges and playthem on PCs equipped with a 4.7 GB/9.4 GB DVD-RAM drive or DVD-ROM drivethat's compatible with 4.7 GB/9.4 GB DVD-RAM. In addition to an attractiveprice tag, the feature-rich DMR-E55S offers the benefits of progressivescan video playback (for use with high-definition and HD-ready TVs), MP3CD playback, enhanced time-shifting, and instant access times.

With instant recording onto a DVD disc, there's no need to have to findblank space, as with a VHS tape. Just press record and the unit willautomatically find space on the disc, much like a computer's disk drive.Panasonic's Time Slip feature lets you replay a scene recorded earlier whilea program is still in progress, without disrupting the recording process.And chasing playback lets you watch from the beginning a show whose recordingis still in progress.

You can easily transfer your favorite VHS taperecordings to space-saving discs. Personal movie libraries and family videoscan be archived, preserved, easily cataloged and accessed, and even editedright from the disc.

Input TBC (time base corrector) removes jitter fromthe input signal, while 3D Y/C separation circuitry precisely separatesthe luminance (Y) and chrominance (C) portions of the video signal tominimize dot crawl and color smearing caused by interference between thevideo signal's Y and C color subcomponents. These functions are particularlyeffective when recording from analog video sources such as a conventionalVCR and camcorder. Combined with the 3D DNR applied during playback, theresult can be a surprising restoration of image quality from old videocassettes.

About Progressive Scanning
As a player, the DMR-E55K offers a progressive-scan video output foroptimum picture quality when viewing a DVD movie on a high-definition orHD-ready TV. With standard interlaced signals (480i), it takes twopasses to build one frame of video: first the even scan lines, then the odd.Progressive scanning doubles the scan lines of an interlaced signal by scanningall 525 lines in 1/60 of a second for each full pass. The higher-densityvideo signal creates film-like DVD images with rich detail, extraordinary depthof field, and precise color reproduction.

Connections include component-, composite-, and S-video outputs, multiplecomposite- and S-video inputs, an optical digital-audio output forsurround-sound passthrough to a compatible (Dolby Digital/DTS 5.1) audio/videosurround receiver, and RCA stereo analog audio inputs.

What's in the Box
DVD player/recorder, remote control, remotebatteries, user's manual, and a stereo analog audiointerconnect/composite-video cable. ... Read more


  • Records DVD-R, DVD-RAM for best of both worlds; plays DVD-Video, DVD-R, DVD-RAM, CD-R/RW, and MP3 CD
  • Up to 16 hours on a double-sided 9.4 GB DVD-RAM disc; up to 8 hours on a single-sided 4.7 GB DVD-RAM or DVD-R
  • Offers one-touch record, TimeSlip, chasing playback (watching a recording in progress from the beginning), on-disc video editing
  • Progressive-scan video output for seamless, flicker-free picture on high-definition and HD-ready televisions
  • Measures 16.9 x 3.125 x 11.2 inches (W x H x D)

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars Best of breed
Unlike some lesser brandnames, this Panasonic DVD recorder actually works. I've heard that with some other brands, you can get failed burning sessions, which would waste your blank DVD media. Also, since this Panasonic uses the DVD-R ("dash" or "minus" format) instead of DVD+R ("plus" format), the discs you burn are compatible with *more* DVD players. For my money, I'd stick with DVD-R all the way. Also, be sure to get high-quality blank discs for better recording quality and longer shelf lives.

(Ignore the DVD-RAM format. No DVD player I know of except some Panasonic models can read DVD-RAM.)

I'm really happy with the great build quality and great price I got with this model. I didn't need one of those Panasonic models with a built-in hard drive, so I saved money. But if you want TiVo-like capabilities, check out those HD-equipped models.

The best virtue of this Panasonic is it does a great job at what it's supposed to do. I'm sure better models are already in the channel, so I'd say if you can wait a bit longer, wait a bit longer. Otherwise, the Panasonic is your best bet for value, quality, and durability.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very reliable, easy to use, great image quality
I was looking for a DVD recorder that wouldn't break the bank but that would perform reliably and be easy to use. I got what I wanted with this Panasonic. I've been using Fujifilm DVD-R discs, and I've burned about 30 of them in two weeks, and haven't had one go bad yet. It has one-touch recording, and it's responsive. It plays discs quickly, and recording 4 hours per disc results in very good quality. It can fit up to 8 hours on a standard DVD, which is two hours more than most recorders. The manual is a beast, with about 500 cross-references, but the recorder itself is well designed so if you take the time to read the manual, life is good. If you are not a manual-reader, then this isn't the DVD recorder for you.

I would recommend this to anyone who was interested in a relatively inexpensive DVD recorder from a "name" manufacturer. Prior to purchasing this DVD recorder, I purchased a "Lite-On" DVD recorder, but it was dead on arrival. It may have been bad luck, but I wasn't willing to risk a second purchase of a no-name product.

This DVD recorder has been great for recording shows from my TIVO box, and with its help I'm creating a great home library of all my favorite shows and movies.

5-0 out of 5 stars Fading in and out with prerecorded media...
I don't own a DVD recorder, but planning on buying one very soon.

One reason the picture fading might be happening -- Is your recorder hooked up through your VCR? This activates Macrovision copy protection that is built in on virtually all commercial DVDs to prevent illegal copying to VHS tape. You must ALWAYS hook up DVD players either directy to the TV, or through a switchbox or A/V reciever. Make sure you use S-video, or Component cables for best picture. I can't tell you how many times I see people using regular video cables to hook up their DVD players. They never have a clue how much better the other options look, nor do they often realize their TVs had those inputs all along.

2-0 out of 5 stars Disappointed with performance and service
I brought the Panasonic DMR-E55S Progressive Scan DVD Recorder for Christmas of 2003. For 31/2 months the recorder preformed as expected. Some where around the middle of March 2004 the picture started to fade in and out. I am referring to pre-recorded DVDs. I was thinking that maybe the machine needed to be cleaned so I brought a cleaning DVD. After cleaning the recorder did not resolve the problem I found the nearest authorized Panasonic service center. The service center was located about 40 miles from home (no problem with the distance). But the service center has had the recorder for 21/2 months with no time frame for completing the repair or replacement. I feel it is bad customer service to take 31/2 months to repair a recorder they are still producing. I own four Panasonic players that have not given me any trouble to this date. Also I feel you should be able to buy something and get more than 31/2 months of service out of it. This is a great recorder when it is working, picture is great, easy to operate and worth the money when it is working. Panasonic really need to get their act together when comes to this recorder. ... Read more

110. Panasonic KX-TS3282B 2-Line Expandable Speakerphone with Data Port (Black)
list price: $129.99
our price: $129.99
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Asin: B00009MVHF
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 6630
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The Panasonic KX-TS3282B corded speakerphone offers a wealth of features designed to meet the needs of any small to medium sized business. This two-line phone offers automatic line selection with convenient buttons for hold, mute, pause, flash, redial (last ten numbers dialed), speed dial, transfer, call restriction, intercom, and more.

The X-TS3282B offers flexible extension numbering for up to eight extensions (that is, up to seven optional add-on units) and data ports for full integration. The base houses all call features and functions as a speakerphone with adjustable volume control, and accommodates three-way conference calling. A three-line LCD shows all caller ID information and allows users access to up to 50 stored names and numbers. ... Read more


  • 2-line corded speakerphone with adjustable volume control
  • Flexible numbering for up to 8 optional extensions
  • Caller ID/call waiting with 50 name-and-number memory
  • Redial, speed dialing, mute, hold, call transfer, and more
  • Head-set jack, wall mountable

111. Panasonic SL-SV570 Pers CD, 45 Second
list price: $59.99
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Asin: B0001MKU52
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 363
Average Customer Review: 3.43 out of 5 stars
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Enjoy your music with the freedom that comes from MP3 CD playback, extended battery life, a built-in FM/AM radio, and high-powered anti-skip technology. The SL-SV570's onboard digital synthesizer tuner lets you store 30 stations in memory (20 FM and 10 AM) and assures that stations stay put once they're selected.

Panasonic's exclusive No-Skip technology helps prevent interruptions from jostling during active use. No Skip's unique construction uses rubber brushings to absorb shock, while an anti-skip mechanism and an anti-skip digital servo further prevent read errors; a 45-second CD-DA memory reserve (100 seconds with 128 kbps MP3 files) provides added back up.

Panasonic's D-Sound technology enhances digital audio clarity. D-Sound incorporates enhancements such as MP3 Re-Master technology, a digital amplifier, S-XBS bass enhancement, digital auto gain control, and Wrap-It headphones. For clear music from homemade CDs, MP3 Re-Master technology restores music data from MP3 files that may have been lost when compressed from linear PCM tracks. The unit's digital amplifier produces clear, clean sound even at high listening levels, while S-XBS and digital auto gain control (D-AGC) ensure undistorted sound and heightened bass response at high levels. The player's Wrap It headphones feature a digital voice coil and a popular back-band design.

Now, battery changes will be fewer and farther between thanks to Panasonic's PowerLast high-efficiency power system, which combines an efficient motor with low-load circuitry for playback time of up to 75 hours with MP3 playback and 33 hours with standard CDs, using just 2 AA batteries (not included).

Playback abilities include 24-track random-access programming; repeat and resume (which picks up where the unit left off when last stopped); and skip/search. A hold switch prevents accidental starting, stopping, or track skipping during use or transport. The unit boasts an a thin design with operation keys and LCD laid out logically on its top cover.

What's in the Box
CD player, user's manual, and over-ear headphones (AC power adapter not included). ... Read more


  • Plays standard CD, audio CD-R, audio CD-RW, and MP3 CD (does not read ID3 tags)
  • Built-in digital synthesizer tuner offers 20 FM and 10 AM station presets
  • Hold prevents unintended commands (play, stop, etc.), and resume picks up exactly where the player left off
  • Up to 75 hours of MP3 playback and 33 hours of CD-DA from 2 AA batteries (not included)

Reviews (7)

5-0 out of 5 stars A Great Buy
This is a great discman. Now I am not an expert on discmans, since I have only owned about 4, contacting this one, in my life. They were a Sony, Fishman, Sony and now a Panasonic. Normaly I only buy Sony for my electrics. Now Sony is still a great electric company. But since I just bought a VCR\DVD from Panasonic, and it worked so well, I figured this one would to. And in my opinion and some of my friends' opinion it is great. Ok now more about this discman. No. 1, I feel it is very easy to operate, in you read the directions. Also it is easy to turn it off, just press and hold down 'Stop.' Also after you turn it off or press Stop or Pause, once you press play again, it will start from the exact second, it ended on. No. 2, it runcs on 2 AA batteries. This is not only a discman, but a AM\FM radio. It can up to 20 stations on FM and 10 stations on AM. This discman can play CDs, MP3 CD, audio CD-R, and audio CD-RW, but not ID3 tags. This plays up to 75 hrs of MP3 and up to 33 hrs of CD music. So in this review's opinion, this is a great buy and will work.

4-0 out of 5 stars Ok....
General quality of the player is good. Of course the FM tuner will not work wewll, portable ones with antennas built into the player never do. And the reason they invented the CD player was to solve that problem. But every other aspect is good. I listen to it on our boat in choppy water, no skips yet. The only problem I have had is that the latch on the cover has broken. Everyone I see with this player has a piece of tape there too. It seems to be a design flaw.

3-0 out of 5 stars relatively good for that price
I bought it last week but I am a little bit disappoinnted. Why:

1. the sound is pretty flat. The XBS is powerful but the rest is like a background. No equalizer is available so nothing can help.

2. the behind the neck headphones are horrible. They do not fit to your ears so you do not hear the music if you are outside or not in a quiet room. Tehy also slip and I have the feeling they are made for big headed people with big enough ears like Shrek for example.

3. Without a remote control you will find it dificult to operate because you have to take it out everytime you want to adjust the volume or skip forward. The buttons are small and almost the same so there is no way to adjust it without taking it out of your pocket.

4. The radio is good even though you cannot listen to it were there is no coverage.

Overall it is good if you are not a sound quality maniac like me. I have a cheaper RCA which sounds better. Changing the headphones won't help either.

4-0 out of 5 stars decent cd player, mediocre headphones, only fair radio
I generally like Panasonic portable disc players, finding their sound more musical than the typical Sony with construction that seems sturdier. This player is no exception in terms of cd playback. (I'm not interested in mp3 so I have not tested that.)

As is typical the unit ships with only mediocre headphones. While I have heard even worse 'phones, they are definitely dull, lacking in bass, and generally unmusical. If you care about sound quality you really need to spend some money for a different set of 'phones. I am using the Sennheiser HD-280 Pro 'phones with mine.

The FM tuner is the biggest disappointment for me. Perhaps the tuner would work better in a different environment. Radio and TV reception is very spotty in San Francisco because of all of the hills. Even using the "city" function on this unit, some stations have considerable multipath distortion. Switching to mono usually gets rid of the distortion but then, of course, the music is no longer in stereo. This poor radio reception occurs with both the supplied headphones and the Sennheisers. (I mention this because the headphone cord functions as the FM antenna.)

One word of caution to users: I initially thought my unit might be defective because the sound was mono only. After reading the instructions and pressing some buttons, I realized that while my headphone jack was pushed in far enough to make firm contact it was not pushed ALL of the way into the unit. Once I put some more force on the cord, the headphone cable snapped all of the way in and the sound changed to stereo.

3-0 out of 5 stars Not quite ...
I bought this a few months ago, but already have a replacement.

The good news is that it's light, has a radio tuner and sounds quite good. The Panasonics tend to be a bit richer and warmer than the Sonys, which are more neutral. The bass is good and the digital sound is clean. The batteries last a long time.

On the downside, I dropped it 2 or 3 times -- the lack of a remote when jogging is a big minus -- and now it skips enough to be annoying. The plastic parts on the outside are somewhat flimsy.

Also, peak volume is noticeably lower compared to other players. Thats fine if you dont like headbanging music, but make sure you have "closed" headphones if you take the player outside within earshot of auto traffic.

Finally, the radio tuner, while better than that of the Sonys I've tried, is just okay. I decided I dont need radio anymore in light of the generally mediocre quality of portable CD tuners.

This player handles mp3, but not WMA, as the back of the package indicates.

I've also tried and returned a Sony "sport" player, but I didnt like the lack of a remote or the idea of using a handstrap instead of a wrap-around pouch. Still, it was well designed for people who dont mind straps. The sound was excellent and it was quite sturdy. I dont think it ever skipped.

Now I am trying another Panny, the SV 430. That one has a nice remote, but no tuner. It apparently also can recharge NI type batteries, but you have to buy a plug to connect to it. It's got a few more features too. I'll write a separate review on that.

While I test this one, I am waiting for a new RCA Lyra, with a tuner, WMA capability and a remote. What I really want are all of those features and a Sport type ruggedness. Are you listening Sony? (Panny has all of that except mp3/WMA in a new Shockwave). ... Read more

112. Panasonic PV-DF2704 27" Flat-Screen TV/DVD/VCR Combo
list price: $499.99
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Asin: B0001MKTQW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 2212
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Simplify your TV and movie viewing with Panasonic's PV-DF2704, a 27-inch set that includes a full-featured DVD player and hi-fi VCR. The unit's PureFlat picture tube renders a distortion-free picture from corner to corner with precise, brilliant colors and extraordinary clarity. Front and rear A/V input jacks make it easy to connect other entertainment devices, such as camcorders and game consoles.

The DVD player produces high-resolution video images and high-quality audio, passing both Dolby Digital and DTS 5.1-channel surround signals through an optical digital-audio output for connection with a surround-decoding audio/video receiver and surround speaker system.

Those lacking the room or the budget for a full surround system can still enjoy rich-sounding movie soundtracks, thanks to Panasonic's simulated surround-sound effect, which uses the TV's built-in stereo speakers. Additional DVD features include picture zoom, auto switching field/frame still, and multi-language, multi-angle footage.

The set's 4-head VCR comes equipped with Commercial Skip and auto clock set, which uses the Extended Data Service signal carried by many PBS stations to set the time. A back-up system automatically resets the time and date within 24 hours of a power outage. One-month, 8-event programming keeps you from having to miss a favorite show when you go on vacation. Zero and index search simplify the process of accessing desired sections of tape.

Extensive parental controls include V-Chip content blocking as well as both VCR and DVD tray locks. And, Panasonic has imbued the PV-DF2704 with its Ready-to-Play feature: as soon as you plug it in the combo will automatically sets its clock and local TV channels.

What's in the Box
TV combo, remote control, remote batteries, a user's manual, and warranty information. ... Read more


  • TV/DVD/VCR combination with 27-inch PureFlat picture tube and 3 watts per channel; 25.3 x 29.9 x 19.6 inches (W x H x D)
  • DVD-Video, VHS, and audio CD playback; 4-head hi-fi VCR with 1-month/8-event programming
  • 2-line digital comb filter minimizes "dot crawl" and cross-color interference
  • Front-panel audio/video inputs accommodate a camcorder or gaming console; headphone jack provides private listening
  • Includes alarm clock with timer and auto clock set (through XDS); wake to TV, DVD, or videocassette

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars sound & picture UNBELIEVABLE!
bought item in the store after weeks of research on comboTV's. i feel this was the best bargain ever in comparison to what is currently on the market. i am waiting for the catch to reveal itself. there MUST be a catch because this tv is too good to be true. the speakers fully surround the tv & project great quality sound with DVD's, CD's & CD-R's. i have not used the VCR for movie watching yet, but the test revealed it works nicely, too. TV fite perfectly in entertainment center & the flat screen projects a picture that is too good to be true! this purchase was a dream come true. this is a BIG television so i recommend it for people that have entertainment centers & tons of CD's! no need to spend thousands of dollars when there is a product like this one on the market! pure sound, pure picture, pure perfection!

2-0 out of 5 stars Buggy and Broken
The one I got has a poor-quality DVD player; it keeps skipping and hanging on brand new out-of-the-box DVDs. Plus after a year the remote control sensor in the TV itself broke and had to be replaced - out of warranty, of course.

Other than that the picture is sharp and clear, the sound is excellent, the on-screen controls are excellent, and the remote control is well-laid out and easy to use. I'm just knocking it down 3 stars because of the remote control sensor problem and the mediocre integral DVD player.

5-0 out of 5 stars My Third Panasonic TV/DVD/VCR!
I bought the PV-DFWhatever 27" two years ago and sold it when we moved--bought the PV-DF2703 last year (that was a major improvement--they shaved off 9-10" from the depth of the previous model (probably because of complaints that it wouldn't fit in entertainment centers unless they were away from the wall). Just bought the PV-DF2704 as a gift for my parents--and they love it! These are easy televisions to fall in love with--the quality is excellent, they're easy to set-up, you can run TV/DVD/VCR and most cable/DSS with the Panasonic remote. One plug in and one cable/DSS/antenna lead and you're all set--no need to run wires and speakers and stuff if you don't want to. The sound quality is far superior to ALL the other televisions I looked at (I think manufacturers assume everyone's just going to hook up a home theater system anyway.) Great product for technophobes and anyone that hates tangles of wires. Be forewarned--it's heavy and the dimensions are somewhat outsized because of the speakers to either side of the screen. If you have a 27" inch entertainment center it may not fit. I like it and my family likes it! A real value! ... Read more

113. Panasonic KX-FA84 Fax Drum
list price: $99.99
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Asin: B00009960N
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 16519
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114. Panasonic DVD-F86K 5-Disc Progressive Scan DVD Player (Black)
list price: $119.99
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Asin: B00021ZVI8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 642
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A DVD/CD changer sure to please movie hounds and music aficionados alike, Panasonic's super-slim DVD-F86K 5-disc DVD player offers incredible format handling. It produces terrific images from standard DVD-Video discs, while also letting you play homemade DVD-R and DVD-RAM media (either yours or discs from your friends and family). On the music end, the player handles CD-R and CD-RW discs, including MP3 and WMA CDs, as well as high-resolution DVD-Audio (stereo mode only).

You also get cutting-edge features like digital "multi" re-mastering, which infuses CD music playback with interpolated high-frequency harmonics that wouldn't otherwise be present, and HighMAT (High-Performance Media Access Technology), a technology developed by Panasonic and Microsoft to ensuring digital media compatibility between PCs and consumer electronics.

The deck features a progressive-scan video processor that doubles the scan lines of an interlaced signal (from 480i to 480p) by scanning all 525 lines in 1/60 of a second for each pass. The higher-density video signal (designed for high-definition and HD-ready TVs) brings a film-like quality to DVD images. Composite- and S-video outputs accommodate most other televisions.

A feature called 4:4:4 signal processing converts recorded luminance and color-difference signals from 8 to 10 bits and upsamples color signal data, all with the aim of rendering vivid colors, flat luminance signal response, and minimal picture noise. The Direct Navigator and playlist playback features let you access navigation menus and custom playlists on DVD-RAM discs recorded on Panasonic DVD recorders.

DVD-Audio offers super high-fidelity (192 kHz/24-bit) sound. DVD-Audio discs provide incredible storage capacity and unique bonus materials not available on regular audio CDs. Most DVD-A discs offer both high-resolution surround-sound and high-res stereo (2-channel) programs; the DVD-F86K decodes only the stereo programs.

To appreciate full DVD-Audio resolution, you'll need to listen through the player's analog rather than digital outputs. For enjoyment of Dolby Digital, Dolby Pro Logic II, and DTS 5.1-channel surround sound, feed the player's coaxial digital audio output to a compatible audio/video receiver

The DVD-F86K also boasts features like MPEG digital noise reduction (mosquito/block/3D), depth enhancer, audio-only function (video circuit off), picture mode selection, slow and fast audio playback, and Dialogue Enhancer (which boosts the volume of the center channel during Dolby Digital 5.1-channel presentations).

What's in the Box
DVD player, remote control, remote batteries, a user's manual, and a stereo analog audio interconnect/composite-video cable. ... Read more


  • 5-disc super-slim DVD changer with support for DVD-Video, DVD-Audio (stereo only), DVD-R, DVD-RAM, CD-R, CD-RW, and MP3/WMA CD
  • Progressive-scan video output for seamless, flicker-free picture on high-definition and HD-ready televisions
  • Multiremastering enhances CD playback; player offers slow and fast audio playback
  • Dialogue Enhancer boosts center-channel volume during Dolby Digital 5.1-channel presentations
  • Measures 16.9 x 2.3 x 15.6 inches (W x H x D)

115. Panasonic KX-TG2740S 2.4 GHz DSS 2-Line Expandable Cordless Speakerphone with Answering System and Caller ID

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Asin: B000069LIE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 2334
Average Customer Review: 2.55 out of 5 stars
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  • 2.4 GHz frequency-hopping spread spectrum technology
  • Caller ID with call waiting
  • Expandable to 8 handsets
  • Tapeless digital answering system
  • Speakerphone, dual keypads

Reviews (53)

3-0 out of 5 stars Worth it but a little tedious
Call clarity and range is excellent. I have owned Panasonic cordless phones for 8 years. This model shares the Panasonic tradition of being well made.
Set up is a bit tedious and battery life is not great but the range of features more than makes up for these my opinion. The portable speaker phone feature is a dream considering it is not possible to really cradle any of the new cordless phones on your shoulder if you need to use both hands for something.
I have not experienced any of the severe problems with batteries or the answering system.
Battery life seems to be an issue of battery technology - this phone simply does more from the handsets...just like a cell phone...and I am willing to accept the relatively short battery life in exchange for the convenience this system offers our family.
The addition of the 2nd handset solved my issues with the battery.
Caller ID usually displays on the second or third ring - but with the system set to pick-up at 4 rings...I have no problem with that at all.
Lastly, our teenager is thrilled with the phone and had no problems figuring out how to use it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Finally -- a phone system which has it ALL!
...Yes, I love this phone. No, I don't have any connection to Panasonic. It's just that I've been waiting a long time for something like this at a price I could afford.

The KX-TG2740S is the top of Panasonic's new line of expandable cordless phone systems (expandable means you can buy and add more handsets - in this case up to 7 in addition to the one which comes included).

It has two lines, built-in digital answering machine with multiple mailboxes, keypad + speakerphone on the base station, caller-id, plus a great feature I couldn't find on any similar system, nor on Panasonic's more expensive KX-TG2000 and KX-TG4000 systems: a speakerphone in the handsets! This is invaluable when you call a voice-mail system or information service (like Moviefone) which requires you to push keys in response to voice prompts - or when you get put on hold by some customer service rep for 20 minutes.

One of the additional handset models you can buy (the KX-TGA272S) has a built-in alarm clock and lies horizontally in its charger with a handy speakerphone button showing -- perfect for bedside or computer-side use.

Range and voice quality are excellent; this is my first 2.5ghz phone and I was concerned that it might interfere with my wireless Airport network (or vice-versa), but that has not turned out to be the case, even with four handsets scattered around the house.

Panasonic has always made good cordless phones - but with the KX-TG2740s it has really hit the bullseye IMO.

(For those who don't need two lines and/or a built-in answering machine, the other models in this line [KX-TG2700s, KX-TG2720s, & KX-TG2730s] are also good bets).

5-0 out of 5 stars Promptly, & Like NEW!
Great $, Prompt delivery, and excellent product. Thank you!

1-0 out of 5 stars Not good at all
Very disappointed with this phone - after about a month, the display died and only comes on once in a blue moon. So much for caller ID. Also, after about 6 months, the battery stopped holding a charge very long. I considered getting another expandable handset, but I ended up buying a different phone.

4-0 out of 5 stars Stop with the Battery Complaints Already
The batteries lasted about a year and a half for me. But don't complain because it's easy to upgrade the batteries buy buying replacements on Ebay. The battery model number is P-P511 and I replaced it with a $10 compatible 1200 mAh that gives me much greater talk time. Other than that, this phone system works like a charm. Stop complaining and upgrade your batteries for a very reasonable price! ... Read more

116. Panasonic PT-50LC14 50" Widescreen HD-Ready Television
list price: $2,999.99
our price: $2,499.94
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Asin: B0002Q2EUQ
Catlog: CE
Sales Rank: 7311
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Panasonic's PT-50LC14 practically writes the book on home-theater excitement. This high-definition liquid-crystal projection TV offers a perfectly flat, 50-inch display in a widescreen (16:9) dimension that's perfect for viewing DVDs and DTV movies in their native aspect ratios. The set is equipped with a total of 13 separate inputs, including 4 component-video inputs, a HDMI digital video input for a direct-digital connection with a DTV set-top box, and 2 PC inputs capable of VGA, SVGA, or compressed XGA resolution (1 rear, 1 front). A handy PCMCIA/SD Memory Card slot lets you hook up your computer for viewing a digital photo slide show.

The set offers a native resolution of 1,280 x 720 alongside high, 400 cd/m2 brightness ensures vivid, exacting images from DVD players and other devices. What's more, Panasonic's Progressive Scan Doubler will upconvert standard interlaced (non-progressive) broadcast and auxiliary signals to flicker-free, 480p resolution.

The PT-50LC14 is considerably less bulky than most rear-projection televisions and consumes less energy. Further, LCD displays don't suffer from misconvergence or flicker, like their CRT counterparts. The Panasonic multimedia display incorporates thin-film transistor (TFT) technology, also known as active matrix, to improve color reproduction, eliminate ghosting, and boost response speed.

Two-tuner picture-in-picture with split-screen display lets you view 2 programs at once by dividing the screen in half down the middle. Each program is shown at full height, with one program on the left side and the other on the right.

Movie sources get their due with Panasonic's 3:2 pulldown reversal feature, Progressive Cinema Scan. This enhancement compensates for motion artifacts that sometimes result from the telecine process that's used to convert film's 24-frames-per-second to an NTSC-friendly 60 frames per second. Other picture-enhancing features include horizontal and vertical edge correction and a motion-adaptive 3D Y/C digital comb filter, which eliminates "hanging dots" and color rainbow effects in closely spaced patterns.

The set's 2-way stereo speakers are powered by 15 watts per channel, and BBE ViVA HD3D Sound makes sure every program sounds its fullest and liveliest.

HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) is a lossless, uncompressed, all-digital audio/video interface to link the set with any audio/video source (such as a set-top box, DVD player, or AV receiver). HDMI supports standard-definition (SD), enhanced definition (ED), or high-definition (HD) video, plus multi-channel digital audio--all using a single cable. It transmits all ATSC HDTV standards and supports up to 8-channel digital audio, with bandwidth to spare to accommodate future enhancements and requirements.

What's in the Box
TV, remote control, remote batteries, and a user's manual. ... Read more


  • 50-inch, slim-body LCD projection TV with widescreen 16:9 aspect ratio; 55.7 x 35.3 x 15.3 inches (W x H x D)
  • 1,280 x 720 native resolution; HD-ready with support for 480i, 480p, 720p, and full 1080i resolution
  • Progressive Scan Doubling enhances standard interlaced signals and renders them in seamless, flicker-free 480p
  • PCMCIA/SD Memory Card lets you view digital photo slideshows right on your big-screen TV
  • 2-tuner picture-in-picture, 13 video inputs, including 1 HDMI digital-video input and 4 component-video inputs

117. COBY MPCD511 Personal MP3 CD Player

our price: $30.99
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Asin: B0000DFHMM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Coby
Sales Rank: 932
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  • Plays Regular CDs and CDs with MP3 files
  • CD, CD-R, CD-RW Compatible
  • Plays Up to 14 Hours of MP3 Formatted Music
  • Programmable Track Memory
  • Digital Anti-Skip Memory (45 sec in CD mode, 120 sec in MP3 mode)

118. Panasonic DVD-S27S Progressive Scan DVD Player (Silver)
list price: $79.99
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Asin: B0001G0FGM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 122
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  • Plays DVD-Video, DVD-R, DVD-RAM, CD-R, CD-RW, JPEG, and MP3/WMA CDs
  • Progressive-scan video output for seamless, flicker-free picture on high-definition and HD-ready televisions
  • 24-bit/192 kHz audio processing, 10-bit/54 MHz video processing for pristine audio-visual presentations
  • Coaxial digital-audio output facilitates hookup with a Dolby Digital/DTS surround-decoding AV receiver and multichannel speaker system
  • Measures 16.9 x 2.2 x 8.9 inches (W x H x D)

119. Panasonic DMR-E100HS Progressive Scan DVD Player with 120GB Hard Disk
list price: $1,199.99
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Asin: B0000AKABI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 8375
Average Customer Review: 3.61 out of 5 stars
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Early Adopters Pick: July 2003. This DVD recorder features the industry's largest included hard drive--120 GB.

The Panasonic DMR-E100HS not only records DVDs and holds more than 100 hours of audio/video programming in its built-in memory--it also boasts a built-in SD card slot for reading and writing MPEG2 and MPEG4 video. Now you can copy TV shows or archived video footage to portable media that will play in a laptop, camera, or other device. And guess what? This technological wonder is also a progressive-scan DVD player that's equipped to handle DVDs, CDs, and MP3-encoded discs.

The DMR-E100HS's 120 GB hard drive (HDD) provides up to 150 hours of recording time, plus you can write up to 6 hours of programming to removable 4.7 GB DVD-RAM discs (in Extended Play mode in each case), thanks to Panasonic's original Hybrid VBR (variable bit rate) technology. This puppy would seem to have written the book on flexibility, letting you play back recorded programs--from DVD-RAM or HDD--while watching another program on DVD-RAM or HDD (when, for instance, you wish to view and archive footage to tape at the same time), and you can play files from the hard drive while recording to another part of it (even at high bit rates). You get high-speed transfers (22 Mbps) to and from HDD to DVD-RAM, and a quick-record function that rapidly locates a blank section of disc to begin writing to.

In addition to recording new video content, the DMR-E100HS lets you transfer favorite VHS recordings to durable, space-saving discs. Personal movie libraries and family videos can be archived, preserved, and easily cataloged and accessed. Picture-enhancing technologies include 3D noise reduction, block noise reduction, and mosquito noise reduction. You can even perform simple non-linear video editing, such as rearranging the order of scenes, skipping over unwanted scenes, and creating custom playlists of favorite scenes on a disc.

DVD-RAM is perfect for instant chapter access and for multiple rerecordings, while DVD-R is widely regarded as the most widely compatible of the many DVD formats (great for sharing camcorder footage with loved ones). When recording to a DVD-RAM or DVD-R disc, a feature called relief recording automatically checks to see if there's enough remaining disc space to complete the recording. If there isn't, the unit will store the program on the hard disk (provided there's sufficient space there).

Inputs consist of one DV, three composite-video, three S-video, one RF input, and the SD card slot. The IEEE 1394 DV input lets you connect a compatible digital camcorder (via IEEE 1394 cable) and transfer home movies onto either the hard disk or to a DVD-RAM/DVD-R. To simplify navigation through the resulting recordings, a DV Auto Record feature generates a playlist for these transfers by creating a new chapter for every instance of "stop" or "pause" used in the original recording. Once the playlist has been created, it's easy to change the order and duration of the chapters, create new ones, and delete the ones you don't want using the on-screen menu.

For HDD recordings, the Direct Navigator lets you access recorded material from an onscreen menu that lists recording dates, times, channels, and titles. Finding and viewing recorded material is simple because there's no need to search, fast-forward, or rewind.

The PC card slot is compatible with standard PC card, SD memory card, CompactFlash card, MultiMediaCard, Smart Media card, and Memory Stick. Other features include two-channel Dolby Digital audio recording, bilingual recording, commercial skip, Advanced Surround (simulated surround sound from two speakers), Cinema Mode, and a built-in time-base corrector that delivers highly stable, natural images. ... Read more


  • 120 GB hard drive stores up to 150 hours of audio/visual programming
  • DVD-RAM and DVD-R compatibility for ultimate speed, storage, and flexibility (archive between hard disk and recordable media)
  • Progressive-scan video outputs render seamless, flicker-free images on high-definition and HD-ready TVs
  • Compatible with MP3, TIFF, and JPEG file types

Reviews (18)

5-0 out of 5 stars massive hard drive, excellent reliability and easy editing
I bought this unit to archive old S-VHS tapes, VHS tapes and laserdiscs to DVD, and this it does admirably. I also bought it to time-shift weekly TV shows to HDD and at this, it is better than any S-VHS VCR I have owned (and I have owned a lot of high-end units). As others have mentioned, it cannot dub FROM its own DVD drive to the HDD, but how relevant is this since this is probably a second player/recorder for most purchasers? You will not be able to copy macrovision-protected DVDs or tapes either (without the appropriate third party copy enhancer box). But respecting macrovision copyguard is pretty much the rule on all consumer electronics in the US so this should not be "news" to anyone.

Yes, if you want to archive VHS tapes or DV tapes to DVD, you WILL need a device to play back the tapes (duh). I'm not exactly sure what the earlier reviewer was complaining about, with the "lack of firewire input" - the DMR-E100HS most certainly *does* have a firewire input, as well as 3 analog inputs (S-video and composite video on each). So if you have a digital camcorder, you will be able to plug your camcorder into the E100's firewire input and make a digital copy. Very few DVD/HDD recorders actually have firewire inputs (the new Panny E85, for example, does not have it, nor does the Pioneer DVR810), so if you are going to use your DVD recorder to convert DV camcorder tapes to DVD, then the E100 is an excellent choice.

Also, the SD card port is actually really cool - you can dub any material from DVD-RAM or from the hard drive directly onto a tiny Secure Digital (SD) card in MPEG (MPEG4) encoding so you can then import it directly into a PC from the card. The unit can also read images from SD cards, as well as PCMCIA cards, which is interesting, but less useful to me.

My only gripes (and they are minor) are that there is limited control over the DVD menu when finalizing a DVD-R (you get a user-selectable thumbnail for each video segment, which is nice, but you can't select a custom background for the menu - just one of a list of 8 stock backgrounds; and the text labeling is a bit awkward. Also, I have had some compatibility problems with off-brand DVD-R discs, though Panasonic, TDK, and even cheapo "Liquid Video" blank DVD-Rs have worked fine. Plus both Panasonic and the cheaper Optodisc DVD-RAMs work great in this unit.

I love that you can use a double-sided DVD-RAM in a cartridge to fit twice as much material on the disc than you ever could on traditional DVD-R (yes, you DO have to switch sides if you use double-sided media). I send my sister in Germany copies of several US shows and this unit allows me to put 10 episodes of a one hour show on a single double-sided DVD-RAM disc at actually very acceptable quality (one hour shows end up about 43 minutes long after editing our commercials).

Speaking of editing... editing out commercials, or editing home made video segments is a breeze on this unit. Mark the start point, mark the end point, click twice and you're done.

As a demanding videophile with an extremely high resolution monitor (Loewe 38" HDTV-cable widescreen monitor) and a penchant for recording a lot of TV, I have to say I've been quite happy owning this unit for the past 8 months. Picture quality in XP and SP modes are better than S-VHS without the annoying tape glitches that can happen. And the unit has a "flexible recording" mode that can squeeze the absolute highest quality out of the available space on a blank DVD. It's not perfect, but it's among the cream of the crop of DVD/HDD recorders on the market today. If you buy one... you won't be disappointed.

2-0 out of 5 stars How did Panasonic screw this one up?
The unit is well made. The hard drive idea is great!! It only works with DVD-R disks and DVD RAM disks which kind of stinks, but hey, I can live with that. So how did Panasonic screw this one up to make it essentially worthless to me? Well, read on...

The primary reason I bought this, and missed this nuance in the reviews/descriptions was that I wanted to time shift rented DVDs. I thought I would be able to back up a limited number of DVDs to the hard drive, watch them, and then delete them later to record another movie etc. I didn't want to buy a DVD burner and have tons of DVD media hanging around, and the integrated hard drive seemed like just the ticket.

Panasonic, in all their brilliance, blocked it. You cannot copy a DVD, copy protected or not, to the hard drive unless it is a DVD-RAM disk. I can understand not allowing someone to copy protected material to another DVD, but to block it from copying to the hard drive makes the unit a dust collector. I went out and bought a DVD burner and use DVD+/-RW for time shifting my viewing now.

Another negative is that Panasonic made it so the thing won't even play any DVD with a + in it. DVD +R or DVD +R/W, both of which work dandy on my other DVD player and in my comupter. So I have to have a separate DVD player to read DVD +Rs I burn with my DVD Burner. Lamo. I can't even use the thing as an expensive DVD player.

This unit is just plain not worth the money unless you have a ton of VHS or taped material you want to move to DVD or if you are into video recording and want to copy that material to DVD. That it does well. You can also record unprotected DVD material through the analog inputs and edit it. And finally, you can use it to record TV shows to the hard drive or DVD, but I already had Replay TV which does a much better job of that.

So, the lack of being able to send a DVD movie to the Hard Drive drops this puppy to 2 stars.

5-0 out of 5 stars WOW!!! BEST PURCHASE I HAVE EVER MADE!!!!
I just bought this thing from Amazon and all I can say is WOW!!!!

This is probably the best purchase I have ever made. This thing is everything I ever expected and more!! It's easy to use as well - even my wife can operate it!

I have to say, everyone out there who is thinking of buying this, stop thinking. I bought it and I am extremely happy with it the moment I powered this thing on. YOU ABSOLUTELY POSITIVELY CANNOT GO WRONG WITH THIS PURCHASE! I GUARANTEE IT!!!

4-0 out of 5 stars State of the Art!
OK, the manual is pretty dreadful, but once you succeed in translating it, you've got the best of the crop of the current DVD recorders. It enables you to do just about everything you'd want to -- with one irritating exception. In an effort to kow-tow to the Hollywood interests, Panasonic deliberately prevented dubbing DVD disks to the unit's Hard Drive. That's a significant nuisance, because it prevents the perfectly legal transfer of ones own DVD content. (To do that, you'll have to use a computer and DVD drive.) But you can dub back and forth from DVD RAM disks -- an excellent media -- and, of course, you can create DVD-R disks.
It's easy to transfer Camcorder tapes (via either the unit's Firewire or analog inputs) though editing them is limited to fairly basic possibilities.
Overall quality of video is excellent, and (once you surmount that manual) the unit is easy enough to operate. Now go bury that VHS recorder (once you've transferred all your tapes, of course.)

4-0 out of 5 stars Panasonic DMR-E100HS
I purchased the E100HS primarily to archive many years of vacation videos. I decided I needed a large hard disk drive to do all the necessary editing before writing them to DVD. All in all, it works as I had hoped.

However, I am gradually starting to use it as a VCR, as well, time shifting TV programs, even viewing the beginning of a program before the end has been recorded. Picture quality for this is great and it's nice to know that if I really like the program, it can be stored on a DVD with or without editing.

I am disappointed that the Panasonic DMR-E100HS doesn't have a Firewire input so that my newer digital videos must be copied with an S cable. There is a noticable loss of quality (to me, anyway) from the original digital tape, even when recorded at best quality (XP). I have been recording all my archived videos at XP to assure no loss of quality, but this speed allows only one hour per DVD, which adds up to lots of disks. Even at this speed, the DVD does not quite match the digital original.

Some small gripes: the on-screen counter to indicate the lengths of video segments stored on the hard disk displays length only in minutes. When you are trying to fit lots of separate video segments on a disk, one-minute intervals are not nearly precise enough.

Also, the menus that you can create for your DVDs scrunch up the titles into little rectangular boxes that cut off words in each title, turning them into nonsense. What would it have taken to format the titles into lines instead of boxes?

FInally,there is the price.

But, overall, I am very happy with this product.

By the way, I originally bought the E80, which has a smaller hard disk, but I had to return it when something went terribly wrong and it began to write garbled copies to my DVD blanks just a week after it arrived. The E100 has been completely reliable. ... Read more

120. Panasonic CT-27HL14 27" TAU Series HDTV-Ready TV
list price: $549.99
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Asin: B00026WRFI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 8528
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Enjoy all that high-definition television has to offer with Panasonic's CT-27HL14 27-inch TAU series HD-ready TV. The CT-27HL14 comes packed with features to create the ultimate home entertainment experience. The 3-line digital comb filter separates color from black-and-white accurately in a television signal. As a result, it improves overall color sensitivity and image clarity. In order to enjoy high-definition TV you must connect the TV to a DTV set-top box and a DTV signal must be present in your area.

Parental control give parents ultimate control over what their children are watching. You can lock out up to 4 channels, or choose to lock all channels with other selectable options. A 4-digit code needs to be entered to deactivate the lock. Parents can also prevent the use of video games or other video sources from being displayed. Other handy features include a sleep timer, multilingual menus, closed captioning, bass and treble balance, and the TV comes with a universal remote control.

Enjoy virtual surround sound without the elaborate home theater system. With only two speakers it can simulate cinema-like sound when playing any Dolby Digital DVD or Video DC. BBE high-definition sound also improves dialog intelligibility, and music is converted to a more natural sound, providing for crystal clear audio. There are two side speakers, which provide 7.5 watts each.

Connect to digital sources like DVD players and satellite systems using component and S-video inputs for the best possible picture. Other available connections include one front and three rear A/V inputs, A/V program out, and stereo audio out (fixed and variable).

What's in the Box
CT-27HL14 27-inch television, universal remote control, 2 AA batteries, user's manual, and warranty information. ... Read more


  • 27-inch HDTV-ready PureFlat television; 27.0 x 22.4 x 19.5 inches (W x H x D)
  • 3-line digital comb filter, 4:3 aspect ratio, and scan velocity modulation
  • Auto channel setup, closed captioning, and parental control
  • 1 front and 3 rear AV inputs, 1 rear S-video input, 1 component video input, A/V program out, stereo audio out (fixed and variable)
  • Virtual surround sound and BBE high-definition sound

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