Global Shopping Center
UK | Germany
Home - Electronics - Brands - RCA Help

21-40 of 200     Back   1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   10   Next 20

click price to see details     click image to enlarge     click link to go to the store

$229.99 list($499.99)
21. RCA DRC8000N Progressive-Scan
$59.78 list($149.99)
22. RCA Wireless Digital Video Sender
$249.00
23. RCA RD2840 Lyra 40 GB Personal
$379.99
24. RCA 32V430T 32" TV
Too low to display $79.99 list($99.00)
25. RCA VR637HF 4-Head Hi-Fi VCR
$127.47
26. RCA DRC6300N Progressive-Scan
$399.99 $364.33 list()
27. RCA DRC8300N DVD Player/Recorder
$36.27
28. RCA RP2520 MP3 Personal CD Player
$275.00
29. RCA DRC612N 7" Portable DVD Player
$104.88
30. RCA Lyra(TM) MP3 Player with 256MB
$189.99
31. RCA 20F410T 20" TruFlat TV
$89.99 list($129.00)
32. RCA Lyra RD2212 256 MB Sport Digital
$64.95
33. RCA RD2010 128MB Lyra Flash MP3
$299.99 $279.95 list()
34. RCA DRC8005N Progressive-Scan
$39.88
35. RCA RP2527 MP3 Personal CD Player
$68.00 list($89.99)
36. RCA Wireless 900 MHz Headphones
$18.99 $18.98 list()
37. RCA BA25602 256-CD SQUARE GRAMERCY
38. RCA WHR120 Infrared Wireless Stereo
$109.99 list($99.99)
39. RCA RS2620 80-Watt 5-Disc Shelf
$44.97 list($59.99)
40. RCA RP3740 2-Alarm FM/AM CD Clock

21. RCA DRC8000N Progressive-Scan DVD Recorder/Player
list price: $499.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000BZH9E
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: RCA
Sales Rank: 2623
Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Amazon.com Product Description

Combining the recording ability of a VCR and the audio-visual quality of a DVD player, RCA's DRC8000N DVD player/recorder lets you record your favorite television shows and home videos straight to a DVD. It stores digital video in high-quality MPEG2 and encodes audio in space-saving MP3. This is the first DVD recorder to offer the easy-to-use--and free--GUIDE Plus+ interactive TV guide, which makes scheduling recordings a snap. And with the unit's convenient one-touch record feature, recording off-air programs is simpler than ever.

The DRC8000N records in six modes: 1, 2, 2.5, 3, 4, and 6 hours. And, when using timed recording, the DRC8000N offers an option to automatically set the quality level to the best quality that fits its available hard-drive space--ultimately gleaning up to eight hours from a single 4.7 GB recordable DVD. The unit uses DVD+R/+RW.

The "RW" format offers numerous advantages. These discs can be played in most computer DVD-ROM drives and DVD players, and they let you append, edit, and overwrite video right on the discs themselves. This means you can record video using the DRC8000N and record data with a PC drive, all on the same disc. There's only one recording mode for both video and data, and the finalization time for a DVD+R is the fastest of all DVD formats.

Special features include title and chapter creation for easy access to recorded materials; chapter hide/unhide, which lets you skip playback of selected sections of a recording; text title labeling; user-selectable disc write and title-write protection, and quick disc erase. Recorded discs will playback on most DVD players, and the unit itself plays all DVD and audio CDs.

More than just a recording device, however, the DRC8000N is also a first-rate media player, offering MP3 music file decoding and Digital PhotoView, which displays JPEG files (from recordable CDs only) in a rotating slide show format--with MP3 playback during the slide show! A USB input connects to a flash card reader for transferring the digital photos and MP3 files and can decode from flash card without copying to disc for playback and preview.

The recorder also offers progressive-scanning when playing back prerecorded DVDs. Whether your living room is currently home to an HDTV or you're merely thinking of "someday," the DRC8000N is ready to deliver the full potential of prerecorded DVDs. Progressive scanning, called 480p for the number of horizontal lines that compose the video image, creates a picture using twice the scan lines of a conventional DVD picture, giving you higher resolution and sharper images while eliminating nearly all motion artifacts.

The DRC8000N features Dolby Digital and DTS 5.1-channel surround sound passthrough, SRS TruSurround simulated surround sound, and IR (infrared) control for both satellite systems and cable boxes to make sure they're tuned to the right stations when it's time to automatically record your programs.

Connections include one set of component-video outputs, an S-video input and output (one each), composite-video input and output (two in and one out), analog audio in and out (two in and one out), and a pair of digital-audio outputs (one each optical and coaxial).

What's in the Box
DVD player/recorder, remote control, remote batteries, user's manual, stereo analog audio interconnect/composite-video cable, RF cable, RF cable/splitter, S-video cable, and IR blaster with cable. ... Read more

Features

  • DVD player/recorder stores up to 8 hours per 4.7 GB, or use DVD+R/+RW discs; 17.25 x 3.2 x 14.5 inches (W x H x D)
  • Progressive-scan video output renders seamless, flicker-free images on high-definition and HD-ready TVs
  • Flash-memory access through front-panel USB input; front AV inputs accommodate camcorders and VCRs for easy access direct recording
  • GUIDE Plus+ onscreen programming guide simplifies viewing and advance recording
  • Onscreen keyboard allows disc/program titling; uses MPEG2 video encoding and MP3 audio encoding

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent DVD recorder..best value for the price
I've used several different makes and models of DVD recorders, and this is one of the best!

First off, the person who said you can't play DVDs made with these on other players is VERY mistaken. The DVD+R and erasable DVD+RW formats will play on the vast majority of DVD players with no problems. Players older than 3 years may not be compatible, but this is minor. 99% of players on the market today will play DVD+R and DVD+RW so compatibility is not an issue.

The machine records in DVD+R and DVD+RW formats but can also play back DVD-R and DVD-RW, as well as VCD and SVCD and of course CDs.

Recordings look quite good, especially at the 1 or 2 hour speeds. The 8 hour picture isn't much good for anything except maybe timeshifting daytime soaps, but since discs are dropping in price so quickly most people will use the better quality modes for keepsake material anyway.

The menu system could use some improvement/streamlining but it isn't hard to use once you figure it out.

For the price, this is the best DVD recorder I've encountered.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Great DVD Recorder
I bought my RCA DCR8000N DVD Recorder about 5 months ago and I love it. The unit records on DVD+R and DVD+RW. It plays DVD+R, DVD+RW, DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD ROM, CD-R, CD-RW, VCD, S-VCD, Audio CD containing MP3 and JPEG. There are few DVD recorders that can recognize and play back that many formats.

The no fee Guide Plus comes in handy. You simply highlight a program you want to record, press a button and the recorder does the rest. No more setting the date and time to record.

I recommend copying your home movies onto DVD+RW. Then if you make a mistake, you can delete that section and record over it. The DVD+RW's do not have to be formatted to be played in most other DVD players.

The recorded disks from this unit play back on my other RCA DVD player, but not on my 3 year old DVD player.

There are 6 different recording speeds which are: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, and 8 hour. I have a 52 inch widescreen TV and have found the recorded picture quality very good even at 6 hour speed. The 8 hour speed is about equal to a VHS tape recording. Obviously, the quality is better at a shorter recording time of 1 or 2 hours. I have recorded on Sony and Verbatim blank disks without any problems.

I would like to respond to several complaints I have read about the unit locking up. It can take a few seconds, to a few minutes to complete a task. For example when you rename a disk or title, or delete a title, or erase a DVD+RW, it will take several seconds to complete those actions. When you finalize a DVD+R, this is what will take place: The TV screen will tell you to Please Wait. After about 1 or 2 minutes it will go into the Screen Saver. When it is finished, the menu will come back up on the TV screen. The whole process may take 3 to 5 minutes. In the mean time, the unit will not respond to any input buttons you press. The unit can not multitask and must be given time to complete a task.

I have also read complaints about the fan that stays on 24/7, even with the unit off. I have not had a problem with this. The fan noise is equal to, or less than, a desktop computer fan. If your air conditioner is not running and there are no other fans on and it is totally quiet in your home, then you might hear the fan on the recorder, however, this should not be a problem under normal circumstances for most people.

This is a great recorder and I highly recommend it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Does Everything Well
I have been using the DRC8000N to convert my VCR tapes to DVD. It works well, the quality is a good as can be expected from old tapes. I have recorded some things off TV as well. The guide + system makes scheduling a snap.

To the reviewer who can only play their DVD's on this recorder. Did you read the section in the manual on finalizing the DVD. If you don't finalize the DVD then you can't play it on another player. I have finalized my DVD+R's and have had no problems playing them on any of the DVD players I have access to.

Overall this unit is great. It does everything it is suppose to do well. There are no quality problems that I have encountered.

1-0 out of 5 stars This is not a good buy, I suggest buying 49 dvd movies inste
I got one for Christmas, it recorded great and all. But, we have come to find out that you CAN OMLY PLAY YOUR RECORDINGS on THIS DVD player.

Well, that's just stupid and a waste of money. I could buy 49 dvd movies for what was paid for this machine and I could watch them on any dvd player.

I'm switching back over to recording on the VCR, because it's much more versatile. My freind works evenings, so I record survivor, then we got together on the weekends and watch it. NOT ON THE DVD anymore, I will take a tape next time!!!!!

I'm completely disgusted with this and I am trying to make RCA give my freind a refund. In my opinion, THEY RIPPED HER OFF!!!!!!!!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars So far..............so good.
I have owned the DRC800N now for 4 days. I have used the timer record successfully 3 times. Any familiarity you have with
VCRs and/or DVD players will be helpful in the operation of this unit, but having said that.........it's not rocket science.
The improvement of video quality alone when recording broadcast TV is nice, but like most people my main reason for this purchase was to put treasured family videos onto DVD. I'll
be starting that project soon.
In the course of researching this unit, you may come across a
dissenting opinion about the unit being noisy due to a small cooling fan on the back. Yes it is on constantly, and yes you can hear it. My furnace makes noise too. ... Read more


22. RCA Wireless Digital Video Sender – WVS150
list price: $149.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0002YE3XE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: RCA
Sales Rank: 4148
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Product Description

Sends A/V signal anywhere in your home up to 300 ft2.4 GHz technology eliminates interference from cordless phones & baby monitors Easy hook-up to any DSS DVD DIVX or VCRIncludes: 1 receiver 1 transmitter2 DC power adapters Two 6-ft A/V cords 1 remote signal cord ... Read more

Features

  • Sends A/V signal anywhere in your home up to 300 ft
  • 2.4 GHz technology eliminates interference from cordless phones & baby monitors
  • Easy hook-up to any DSS, DVD, DIVX or VCR
  • Includes: One receiver, one transmitter, two DC power adapters, two 6’ A/V cords and one remote signal cord

23. RCA RD2840 Lyra 40 GB Personal Jukebox MP3 Player

(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00009QSET
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: RCA
Sales Rank: 5824
Average Customer Review: 3.37 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Features

  • Stores and plays popular MP3 formatted audio, also MP3PRO ready
  • Backlit multi-line LCD display
  • Can also be used as a data storage device
  • USB 2.0 connection for fast downloads
  • Built-in Lithium Ion Polymer Rechargeable Battery

Reviews (67)

4-0 out of 5 stars I must have got a good one.
I've been using a 256 MB flash player which has worked well except that capacity had become an issue. When I saw the Lyra on sale for not much more than what I had paid for the flash player I bought one. So far I've had the unit for ten days and have put about 100 CDs/1900 tracks on the unit. This is my experience so far. (With firmware 1.5)

Setup was easy (XP Home system). I had all the software installed and was listening to tracks on the player within an hour without ever referring to the manual. The player ships with Musicmatch 7.5 which I upgraded to 8.2 pro for 20 dollars. It's ok for ripping and labelling tracks but using MM to sync the libraries is incredibly slow. Use the LyraSync tool or drag and drop instead. Also use your computer to profile - it's much faster than the internal profiler. Syncing 20 CDs took about 3 minutes with LyraSync and USB 2.0. Drag and drop would be even faster. A plus is that the Lyra can store other files as an external hard drive.

I've never had the unit freeze up. It has never taken more than a second or two to complete any operation. Startup does take 3 or 4 seconds - so what?

Navigation features are adequate, especially if you are smart about setting up the folders. There is one thing I consider a bug. If you are scanning titles and select one to view it's information, when you go back to the title list you jump back to the top of the list. Annoying, but I usually scan by album anyway.

The controls on the top of the player (menu button, select/scroll button and play button) are good enough that I can use the buttons by feel in the dark. Again you have to let the unit catch up when you try to do something. I would imagine that frantically pushing buttons trying to get an instantaneous response would tend to lock up the player. The side buttons (volume +/-, power) are not so good. There simply isn't enough tactile feed back from them so that you can tell what button your on by feel. I've been able to kind of use the buttons by feel using a fingernail, but it's still hit or miss.

The display window does seem to be very soft and scratchable. A piece of mylar and some tape fixed that. This is invisible when the player is in it's case.

The battery is a plus. Charging in a couple of hours, it will get me through the day. I can't say exactly how much playing time is available but it's at least six hours.

The shuffle function is not important to me as I listen mostly to classical music, either by album or playlists. I use MM to create the playlist and then edit the text file to point to the directories on the Lyra. A little clumsy but not brain surgery. The graphic equalizer on the Lyra is a nice touch.

Capacity wise the thing is freaky. It's mind boggling to think that you can have three weeks of continuous CD quality playback from something that fits in your hand. It may be just a tad bulky for your pocket however (unless you wear those geek electronics pants), but the belt clip gets you around that.

There's a lot of stuff that comes with the player, adapters, headphones and so on. I've got some earbuds that I prefer to the supplied headphones but this is really very subjective. A good option for playback is the Tivoli Audio PAL radio.

The bottom line is that with the Lyra and the PAL I can carry my entire (500+) CD collection around and get high fidelity playback with a system that takes up as much volume as a quart of milk. To me it's a dream come true.

Of course the dream may die if there are durability issues. To head that one off I bought the extended in-store warranty for $50 from the dealer. Even with that I am still well below Amazon's listed price.

I would have rated 5 stars except for the volume buttons, soft display and title search bug. Overall I am quite happy with the player.

2-0 out of 5 stars Defective and Draining
This product was a huge dissapointment. I've received two defective products. The first one had buttons sticking so that I couldn't operate that machine, and once I was able to un-stick the button, I discovered that the battery was leaking from my machine and that it would there for not hold a charge. I assumed I just received a lemon, however once I returned the product and got a replacement I face a similar problem. The product will only function when it is plugged in despite the fact that it says the batter is fully charged. It's rediculous. Beyond the above problems, the player is much too bulky to use for much more than sitting around with head phones on. The controls are akward and set up in a confusing/annoying manner. Forcing you to use one button to scroll and another to select. This isn't a huge problem but if you're trying to use it with one hand while you're doing something, working out for example, it's virtually impossible. Also, if you want to have your personal Playlists on the player, be prepared for lots of tediousness in attempting to get it on the player.You have to have computer knowledge in order to get them onto the machine and even then, it's difficult. Once they are on there, it's selective about when the playlists are actually read. The pluses? Good sound quality...but I'm sure you can find an MP3 player that has good sound quality without all the above problems for a lot less money. I'm trying the Archos Gmini, hopefully that will be more useful than this expensive paperweight.

1-0 out of 5 stars dont bother buying it
I bought this 4 months ago b/c i couldnt wait to buy a regular ipod that wasnt in stock.the worse think i ever done.the player doesnt work,i call custumer serv. they give me the run around. it is terrible and now it gets worse i tried to exchange it at the store i got it and they said it was to late b/c i was missing sum papers that came with it all i say is stick with teh ipod.the reason y its more money than teh RCA b/c u pay for the Name of Apple and theyr great service ( i have a ipod mini and im loving it) buy the real thing.. not a knock off

5-0 out of 5 stars I Pod sucks!!
Man the I Pod it crappy I mean first off its more then the Lyra and you can only store mp3 files on an I Pod when Lyra or any other mp3 can store wma or wav or also mp3 and wma you can store more then if it was formatted at an mp3 so hmmm let me think go with a player that won't let you sotre different file types or buy one that rocks!!I give lyra two thumbs and it is very affortable

4-0 out of 5 stars Some good, some bad, okay for a techie like me...
I've had this unit for over a year now and I have to say that I genuinely like it. I'm not going to say it's excellent as it definately has some quirks, bugs and a few niggles but over all it's not bad.

I like that fact that it's recognised almost immediately by any computer I hook it up to as an external hard drive, also that I don't need to install any special software what so ever in order to get the unit to read/write/play files once their on the device.
The USB2 interface on the unit is pretty darn fast and I can copy of few gigs of files without worrying. The volume goes more than high enough for use with headphones or my FM transmitter. I especially like the fact that it has a dedicate line out that bypasses the volume control and the equaliser settings, it's ideal for hooking up to a stereo.
It takes a standard 5.5v charger and as I travel a lot I can walk into any electronics store and purchase a generic multi-voltage transformer and it works fine. Oh, and yes you CAN play music on it whilst charging. It's also a standard micro-d USB cable so if you lose the original you don't have to pay for a 'special' lead, and lastly, if you leave it hooked up to your PCs USB then it will trickle charger the MP3 player automatically and the battery life is pretty good too.

Now for the bad.
The user interface really does suck a lot, it's not too bad if your a techie and are used to dealing with bad UIs, but I certainly wouldn't be awarding it any prizes.
It's bulky, this certainly isn't a slim model.
The older firmwares were attrocious, completely and utterley appaling (the latest firmware as of 8th July 2004 fixes most niggles other people have reported).
The reset pin is a git to get to and you never have anything thin enough to hand when you need it.
The finish on the unit tarnishes quite easily.

Over all though, I love this device, I use about 2 gig of it for storing personal files and data and the rest for music. Haven't yet filled it but it's getting pretty close. I'll be keeping it till it dies. ... Read more


24. RCA 32V430T 32" TV

(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000BZH6T
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: RCA
Sales Rank: 53452
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Product Description

This feature-filled RCA 32" Diagonal Television provides enhanced picture resolution and stereo sound in a compact cabinet design. The Broadcast Stereo with 5 watts per channel and front-fired speaker system delivers excellent imaging while localizing voices at the screen. Digital 3-Line Comb Filter separates black and white detail from color information to virtually eliminate edge crawls and rainbow effects while enhancing picture resolution. Personalize the level of color balance in this television with the Adjustable Color Warmth - refine the color to the perfect setting for your home and lighting conditions. For connection flexibility, this television includes rear audio outputs (L + R) selectable between fixed or variable output, front L+R+V and rear options of L+R+V, L+R+S Video or Component Video Input alone. Take advantage of the abundance of features included in this basic 32" Diagonal Television today! ... Read more

Features

  • Front-firing 10-watt speaker system (5 watts x 2)
  • 32-inch Energy Star-qualified TV; 30.1 x 29 x 22.5 inches (W x H x D)
  • 3-line digital comb filter eliminates edge crawls and enhances resolution
  • Adjustable color warmth and onscreen channel labeling
  • Front and rear composite-video inputs, rear S-video input and component-video input, and rear audio outputs

25. RCA VR637HF 4-Head Hi-Fi VCR
list price: $99.00
our price: Too low to display
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B000066R6P
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: RCA
Sales Rank: 3382
Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Amazon.com Product Description

RCA's VR637HF offers all the convenience of VHS recording and playback--a great way to time shift your TV viewing and share camcorder footage with loved ones, and the best way to enjoy your extensive library of videocassettes. A camcorder or gaming console plugs right into the VR637HF's front panel for hassle-free connections.

This model's four-head design ensures smooth slow-motion play (forward and reverse) and clear still-frame images, and it records and plays back stereo audio tracks with hi-fi sound. If you route the stereo output to an AV receiver, it's easy to enjoy four-channel (left, center, right, and monaural surround) Dolby Pro Logic mixes from TV and Dolby-encoded cassettes. You can schedule ahead using the recorder's one-month, eight-event programming. Express record (XPR) lets you quickly set the duration for programmed recording, while one-touch recording (OTR) prompts immediate recording of whatever channel is being viewed--there's no need to worry about hitting "play" as well as "record."

Commercial scan jumps the tape forward in 30-second increments (30 seconds for every time you press the button), making it easy to skip past interruptions in recorded programs. Want to play S-VHS tapes? No problem--you can view them on this machine in standard VHS resolution. With Pro-Tect Plus you can "lock" the VCR so that the front panel and remote control buttons don't work. Use this feature to protect timer recordings and keep youngsters from using the VCR when they're not supposed to. Clock back-up holds the set time for up to one minute of power loss, while non-volatile program backup retains your timer information no matter how long the power is out.

Features like a trilingual (English, Spanish, French) onscreen display, tape-position display, auto play, auto repeat, auto power off, and the ever-handy auto clock set simplify setup and operation. Rewinding takes less than two minutes with a T-120 tape, and the supplied remote control operates the VCR as well as RCA and GE televisions.

What's in the Box
VCR, RCR110VA1 remote control, RCU battery, antenna cable, user's manual, warranty information.

Note: Auto clock set is subject to availability based on local off-air and cable broadcasts. ... Read more

Features

  • VHS hi-fi stereo recording/playback, MTS (Multichannel Television Sound) and SAP
  • Front audio/video input jacks accommodate hookup with a camcorder, digital still camera, game console, or second VCR
  • Quasi-S-VHS playback lets you watch S-VHS tapes at standard VHS resolution
  • Commercial scan, auto clock set, unified TV/VCR remote
  • QuickSet guide walks you through the VCR setup to simplify first-time use

Reviews (20)

5-0 out of 5 stars Fine 4 Head VCR from RCA
This is an exceptional buy at this price and you really can't beat it. If you have old tapes that were recorded in the LP (4-hour mode) you will find that all RCA VCRs play tapes back recorded at this speed better than any other manufacturers' units. RCA was the last manufacturer to offer LP recording capability before all manufacturers discontinued to offer it. This is an excellent VCR and it records and plays pictures back exceptionally well in the SP and EP (or SLP) modes as well.

2-0 out of 5 stars This RCA Unit Does not Have Commercial Scan
To RCA Customer Service 10-14-03 I just purchased your RCA VR637HF and I am very angry to find that this unit only has, what is called by most vendors, Commercial Skip. As seen below I specifically asked about this feature before buying! The manual describes, what everyone else calls, Commercial Skip on pages 12 & 24. There is no set up option for
Commercial Scan as there is in my ProScan VCR. What the hell is going on! Why am I being told one thing by your representatives and I get the unit it doesn't even have the feature? If this unit indeed has no Commercial Scan I will be
alerting Consumer Groups like the BBB because all the advertising and marketing of this product is false. Manuel Calcagno
------------------------------------------------------------------------
------------------------------------------------------Response
from RCA about Commercial Advance before Purchase: Dear Customer: Thank
you for your inquiry on your product. During tape playback, the
"Commercial Advance" feature allows you to avoid watching most
commercials on any recording over 15 minutes long. After the VCR
finishes recording, the Commercial Advance system locates and
electronically marks most of the commercial segments. When the recording
is played back, the VCR scans or fast forwards through the marked
segments. Either a blue screen or the fast motion video of the
commercial itself can be displayed while commercials are being advanced
through. Commercial Advance reduces three minutes of commercial time to
approximately ten seconds (SLP mode) of fast forwarding time. We
received your inquiry and appreciate your interest in our line of
products. Thomson products are normally available from most mass
merchants or discount stores, catalog showrooms, department stores, and
drug, hardware, and variety stores. Please consult your Yellow Pages, or
call 1-580-634-0123 for dealers in your area. Retail pricing information
can also be obtained from your local dealers. We do not establish prices
for product sold by independent dealers. You may also find many of our
products at Thomson Direct's web site. Please visit http://www.rca.com
for more information. We are certain you will find our product line to
be both comprehensive and exciting. We are confident you will be pleased
with the performance of any of our products that you may purchase.
Thank you for contacting us. If we can be of further assistance in the
future, please let us know. [Q103192968506519] Sincerely, Sarah
#0310021431 -----Original Message----- From: support@rcahelp.com
Sent: Friday, October 3, 2003 1:13 PM To:
rca_faq_product@customerlinx.com Subject: Re: Contact RCA
Feature Definitions and their Use -- Not Applicab le -- Rikki Thanks
for the response. My main question was to verify that this RCA Unit,
has Commercial Scan/Advance which automatically bypasses commercials
on playback as opposed to Commercial Skip in which a button has to be
manually pressed for each 30-60 seconds. I do not want the latter.
Does RCA also sell ProScan VCR's? If so, where are they available?
They are very difficult to locate. I have an old ProScan with
Commercial Scan which I really liked. Thanks Manuel Calcagno In a
message dated 10/2/03 2:31:05 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
support@rcahelp.com writes:
.

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't waste your money!
I wanted another VCR, but my RCA is no longer being sold, so I picked this one. Big mistake! It won't recognize my PBS station's time so I have to set the time manually. (All my TVs and other VCRs recognize PBS timewithout difficulty.) And it won't recognize my TV, so I have to use 2 remotes, plus I can't tape the show I'm watching unless I set the timer. And the remote is clunky with tiny buttons, nothing like my older RCA VCR which is great. Don't waste your money on this piece of junk!

5-0 out of 5 stars RCA All The Way!
I LOVE my RCA VCR! My husband gave me this exact VCR last year for Mother's Day to go along with my RCA DVD and RCA television. I use one remote for all three and that's wonderful.

I have never had any problems with my RCA purchases. After comparision with Sony VCRs, this VCR beats them out any day. And, the price is right!!!

My husband has a Sony entertainment system and I was going to buy him a Sony VCR, but after reading a few reviews, I decided against it. I'll purchase something I KNOW works great.

Playback and record are wonderful. Fast forward and rewind are fairly quiet.

It has a 60 second commercial skip, which I love.

Whether you're using and old or new tape, the picture quality at SP and EP are excellent.

I highly recommend this VCR. You can feel confident that you will use this purchase for many years.

3-0 out of 5 stars Functional and basic
Did a lot of research with Consumer Reports on vcr's as we're in the market for a second one. They don't rate any of them "excellent" and only a few get "very good." I think this reflects the industry's investment in these machines - just aren't putting the quality into them any more. That being said, this machine works okay for my purposes. So far, no troubles (only 2 months old), it's fairly easy to use, and I do like the "commercial advance" and index features. Also, it's fairly compact. ... Read more


26. RCA DRC6300N Progressive-Scan DVD/VCR Combo

(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0002ARJSO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: RCA
Sales Rank: 16600
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Amazon.com Product Description

Broaden your entertainment system's range of compatible media formats while saving space and simplifying hookups with RCA's DRC6300N combination DVD player and VCR. Progressive scanning gives you top-of-the-line DVD quality with a high-definition or HD-ready TV, while the player's Digital PhotoView feature lets you enjoy a custom slide show of digital photos when using a JPEG-encoded CD-R or CD-RW. The DVD section is compatible with DVD-Video, VCD/SVCD, DVD+R, DVD+RW, DVD-R, DVD-RW, audio CD, CD-R, CD-RW, and MP3/mp3PRO/WMA-encoded music discs, as well as both 3-inch and standard 5-inch sizes.

Whether your living room is currently home to an HDTV or you're merely thinking of "someday," the DRC6300N stands ready to deliver the full potential of your DVDs. Progressive scanning, referred to as 480p for the number of horizontal lines that compose the video image, creates a picture using twice the scan lines of a conventional DVD picture, giving you higher resolution and sharper images while eliminating nearly all motion artifacts. Composite- and S-video outputs maximize compatibility with nearly any television.

DVD playback options include MultiSpeed Smooth Scan (forward and reverse, up to 100x playback), MultiSpeed Slow Motion (forward and reverse), zoom (up to 4x), and slide show (for JPEG images). The supplied remote control operates the DVD/VCR as well as all RCA and GE televisions.

The built-in 4-head VCR offers auto rewind (at tape's end), 1-touch recording, and 8-event programming. If you're interested in the simplicity of a single audio/video connection between the combo unit and your TV, there's a composite-video-based, dual-format (DVD/VHS) AV output for that purpose. You actually get 2 sets of left/right analog-audio outputs (one for DVD/VCR and one for DVD only) to channel audio to Dolby Pro Logic receivers and stereo televisions.

The DVD player passes both Dolby Digital and DTS 5.1-channel surround-sound signals through its digital-audio outputs (one each of RCA coaxial and Toslink optical) for direct connection to a full-featured audio/video receiver. If you don't have a surround receiver or 6-channel speaker setup, you can still make every movie night the ultimate DVD experience: 3D Virtual Surround simulates surround sound through 2 speakers (even the stereo speakers on your TV).

A convenient set of front-panel inputs makes it easy to hook up a camcorder or a second VCR, and the rear panel offers an additional AV input as well as one each RF output and input (for a cable TV feed). Please note: while the RF output will channel audio and video from the VCR section of the unit directly to your TV's RF input, a composite-video connection (or higher) is still required for DVD viewing. If your TV has only a single RF input, as many older sets do, you'll also need to buy an RF video modulator, which will not only convert composite-video to RF, but provide you with a simple way to switch multiple video output sources to a single TV input.

What's in the Box
DVD/VCR combination unit, remote control (RCR311DA1), remote batteries, user's manual, and a stereo analog audio interconnect/composite-video cable. ... Read more

Features

  • Space-saving DVD/VCR combination with 4-head hi-fi stereo VCR
  • DVD-Video, DVD+RW/+R, DVD-RW/-R, MP3/mp3PRO CD, WMA CD, and JPEG CD compatibility; Digital PhotoView and MP3 combination play
  • Progressive-scan DVD output offers seamless, flicker-free images on high-definition and HD-ready TVs
  • Optical and coaxial digital-audio outputs pass Dolby Digital and DTS 5.1 signals to compatible AV receivers and speaker systems
  • Measures about 16.9 x 3.8 x 11.5 inches (W x H x D)

27. RCA DRC8300N DVD Player/Recorder and VCR Combo

our price: $399.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0002ARL3C
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: RCA
Sales Rank: 16048
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Amazon.com Product Description

Incorporating DVD recording, progressive-scan DVD playback, and a 4-head hi-fi VCR, RCA's DRC8300N offers numerous features to enhance your viewing and recording. The player/recorder gives you a choice of recording your favorite television shows and home videos straight to DVD or to VHS tape. It stores digital video in high-quality MPEG2 and encodes audio in space-saving MP3. For playback, Scene Again instant replay accesses previously viewed DVD or tape segments in 10-second increments, and a 30-second "advance" function lets you skip ahead to preferred scenes on either DVDs or tape.

With just a couple button presses, you can transfer your home videos from a VHS tape directly to a DVD with no cables to connect, no levels to set. More sophisticated editing is also a snap with programmable tape playback, letting you select only those scenes you want to copy before recording to disc. You can even split titles or hide unwanted chapters after recording the content to a DVD+RW disc.

The RW format offers numerous advantages. These discs can be played in most computer DVD-ROM drives and DVD players, and you let you append, edit, and overwrite video right on the discs themselves. This means you can record video using the DRC8300N and record data with a PC drive, all on the same disc. There's only one recording mode for both video and data, and the finalization time for a DVD+R is the fastest of all DVD formats.

Special features include DVD title and chapter creation for easy access to recorded materials; chapter hide/unhide, which lets you skip playback of selected sections of a recording; text title labeling; user-selectable disc write and title-write protection, and quick disc erase. Recorded discs will playback on most DVD players, and the unit itself plays all DVD and audio CDs.

More than just a recording device, however, the DRC8300N is also a first-rate media player, offering MP3 music file decoding and Digital PhotoView, which displays JPEG files (from recordable CDs only) in a rotating slide show format--with MP3 playback during the slide show.

And, whether your living room is currently home to an HDTV or you're merely thinking of "someday," the DRC8300N is ready to deliver the full potential of prerecorded DVDs. Progressive scanning, called 480p for the number of horizontal lines that compose the video image, creates a picture using twice the scan lines of a conventional DVD picture, giving you higher resolution and sharper images while eliminating nearly all motion artifacts.

An onscreen DVD library stores up to 400 titles so you can easily sort and locate any title you've recorded using the DRC8300N. You can even find the discs with the most available blank space for new recordings. The onscreen keyboard makes it easy to create and edit program names for all your personal recordings. Choose from six recording modes, from 1 to 8 hours, while SmartRecord automatically adjusts the quality of the recording to fit the available remaining space.

Other features include S-video inputs for simple recording and playback from camcorders, a time-base corrector, and digital noise reduction circuitry, which eliminates picture jitter and even reduces noise from videotape playback to significantly improve the quality of recordings from videocassette recorders or camcorders.

Easily integrated into an existing home theater, the DRC8300N includes a Dolby Digital and DTS-compatible optical digital-audio output, 2 composite-video inputs, 1 composite video output, analog audio inputs and outputs, an RF coaxial input/output, and a component-video output. ... Read more

Features

  • Combination DVD player/recorder and VCR; offers DVD+R/DVD+RW recording, 1-touch copying from VHS to DVD, and progressive-scan DVD output
  • Smart Record automatically adjusts the recording mode to fit recorded contents on the available disc space
  • Record from your TV, camcorder, or other devices; uses MPEG2 video encoding and MP3 audio encoding
  • Disc Library stores a database of titles (up to 400) recorded on the unit, making it easy to access previously recorded programs
  • Up to 8 hours recording per single-sided 4.7 GB DVD, six recording modes

Reviews (1)

2-0 out of 5 stars Manual & on screen menu very difficult to interpret.
I purchased the DRC8300N a few weeks ago from another on-line
company (not Amazon) and shipped it back today. It was a very frustrating experience...trying to get the unit to record with
the remote that came with it. To get it to work (record) I had
to use two remotes, the universal remote that came with it and the remote from my TV. (Not supposed to use 2 remotes).
A technician tried to walk me through the menu, but it
didn't work for him either. The on-line tech agreed that the manual or something was misleading. Told me I could return it.
Good luck if you buy one.
PS: Amazon has a Sylvania Model DVR90VE that I may buy soon. ... Read more


28. RCA RP2520 MP3 Personal CD Player - Red

(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00027X300
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: RCA
Sales Rank: 2714
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Features

  • MP3 Playback with espXtreme
  • Package includes e.clipz Headphones
  • Color -Red

Reviews (1)

3-0 out of 5 stars Works wonderful except for one flaw
This thing works well as long as you are using original cds or cd-r media. MP3 and audio playback was great. Once you insert a CD-RW media things take a turn for the worst. Whether you burn as a audio cd or as an MP3 cd, the playback is full of pops, crackles and interruptions. If you use CD-RWs then avoid this player, otherwise it will serve you well. ... Read more


29. RCA DRC612N 7" Portable DVD Player

(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00009UI2Q
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: RCA
Average Customer Review: 1 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Amazon.com Product Description

Seven inches: that's the diagonal width of the DRC612N's high-contrast, 16:9 aspect-ratio LCD viewing area. It may not seem like much, but the paperback-sized screen is shaped to fit the widescreen dimensions of your favorite films, and it lets you enjoy crisp, vivid images almost anywhere you go. This portable DVD player also offers compatibility with just about every optical disc format, from DVD-Video, DVD+R/RW, and DVD-R/RW to MP3 CD (including mp3-PRO files), WMA CD, and JPEG image CD. Enjoy movies and music through the player's built-in stereo speakers, or hook up a pair of optional headphones for private listening. The DRC612N also includes a DC car adapter for battery-free road listening and/or backseat video entertainment.

When you're at home, you can route Both Dolby Digital and DTS 5.1-channel surround-sound signals through the player's optical digital-audio output for direct connection to a surround-decoding audio/video receiver (digital-audio interconnect not included). Composite- and S-video outputs simplify hookup with your home TV.

Playback features include MultiSpeed smooth scan and slow motion in forward and reverse, perfect still pictures, forward and reverse frame-by-frame advance and skip, aspect ratio selector (4:3, 16:9 and letterbox), screen fit, disc/track/program repeat on CD and mp3, and disc/title chapter/A-B repeat on DVD. You also get program play, random play, IntroScan, parental lock, and picture zoom.

The DRC612N comes with an AC adapter and a rechargeable lithium-ion battery that provides up to three hours of playback (power consumption depends on the operations of the player, such as screen brightness, volume level, etc). Other supplied accessories include an AC power adapter, a user's manual, and a credit-card-sized remote control.

What's in the Box
DVD player, remote control, remote battery, unit battery, AC power adapter, DC vehicle power adapter, a stereo analog/composite-video interconnect, an S-video interconnect, and a user's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • 7-inch LCD screen with 16:9 widescreen aspect ratio to match the dimensions of your favorite DVD movies
  • Plays most optical disc formats, including DVD-Video, DVD+R/RW, DVD-R/RW, MP3 CD (as well as mp3-PRO files), WMA CD, and JPEG image CD
  • Use Digital PhotoView slideshow feature while listening to MP3 files from the same mixed-format recordable CD
  • Lithium-ion battery provides up to 3 hours of DVD playback
  • Use built-in stereo speakers or optional headphones; AV outputs let you hook it up with your home system

Reviews (2)

1-0 out of 5 stars Not recommended
I purchased this RCA product over a year ago, and I am very disappointed in it. The picture will freeze during the movie, followed by a tracking noise like the laser is looking for the track. It will often skip scenes. Since the product is over a year old, I don't think it is worth repairing (probably cost more to repair than replace, and I don't want to replace it with the same product). I purchesed a Minitek portable DVD player for my daughter at about 2/3 the price, and it works much better. I agree with the first reviewer. I, too, will never buy another RCA/Thompson product.

1-0 out of 5 stars Beware - This unit has no Warranty
My unit failed after using it three times over a 2 month period. I emailed RCA, they told me to call Thomson (a long distance call) to handle this warranty claim. I was told after 25 minutes on the phone that, even though I have a 90 day warranty, it wasn't covered. I now have a $350.00 paper weight. You decide for yourself, but I shall no longer purchase any RCA products. ... Read more


30. RCA Lyra(TM) MP3 Player with 256MB Expandable Memory (RD1090)

(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000CGCCN
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: RCA
Sales Rank: 9758
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Good little player
The best thing about this player is that it works the way you would expect it to. So many times the buttons on electronic stuff appear to be designed by someone from Mars. Also, the player reads the file names and plays them in the order that they are sorted. (No more renaming mp3 to something like 01-001.mp3) Further, the item shows up as an external harddrive on your computer and it allows you to just click and drag mp3s to it. It also functions as a flash drive which you can use to bring files home from work.

All around it is a good item.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best MP3 Player ever
i can store more than 40 songs and im very glad!!!!! :)

5-0 out of 5 stars Terrific compact music player
I am not a whiz with electronic gadgets or computers, but I had very little trouble transferring my favorite CDs onto my personal audio player (PAP). The MusicMatch Jukebox software is easy to use. However, my PC (with Windows XP) didn't allow me to use MusicMatch to transfer my tunes to my PAP (something about newer files on the Lyra that didn't match older ones on my PC), so I just moved files directly by dragging them and dropping them. I accessed the files through my PC's control panel, and the files transferred very quickly. I had no problems at all transferring converted MP3Pro files that way.

The RD1090 has easy-to-use buttons and a control knob. There are twenty settings for programming tracks. I used this feature to mark the beginning song of each CD I've transferred. This makes it easy to scroll from one set of songs to the next. I also used MusicMatch's MP3Pro setting when I transferred my CDs into files, so the song quality is enhanced and the music files are more compressed than they would be in MP3 format. The Lyra delivers rich sound quality, and there are six DSP (digital song profile?) settings: flat, bass, pop, jazz, rock and tone. In the "tone" mode the bass and treble levels can be adjusted to suit listening enhancement. I could tell a difference when I toggled from one setting to another. Since I have different genres of music on my PPA, this is a nice feature.

The Lyra RD 1090 comes with an armband carrying case, a neck strap, and "e.clipz" headphones. The headphones have decent sound quality and are comfortable when clipped behind the ear correctly.

I think this is the perfect way to carry and listen to 8 hours of music. There's also an external memory card slot to upgrade memory (SD and MMC compatible). The PAP's case seems sturdy, and the backlit LCD display is easy to read. I highly recommend this sleek, easy-to-use PAP. If I can figure out how to use it, anyone can! ... Read more


31. RCA 20F410T 20" TruFlat TV

(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000BZH5B
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: RCA
Sales Rank: 48655
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Product Description

The 20F410T 20" Diagonal RCA Television features KidPass Parental Control - a great feature that allows a predetermined viewing time (up to 16 hours per day) to be set in 30-minute increments with a password. With KidPass you can control the amount of time your children spend in front of the television without being present! The TruFlat picture tube reduces peripheral screen reflections and glare by over 60% compared to standard tubes. This design also creates a wider effective viewing area from any angle - making placement in smaller rooms much easier. Stop fretting about monitoring your child's television viewing time, let this RCA television take care of it for you! ... Read more

Features

  • Front-firing speaker system broadcasts stereo sound
  • 20-inch RCA TV with TruFlat picture tube; 20.75 x 19.75 x 19.25 inches (W x H x D)
  • KidPass parental control sets limit for children's viewing time (up to 16 hours per day)
  • Reduces screen reflections and glare by more than 60 percent
  • Rear composite and S-video inputs, plus front-panel composite inputs

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Read this!
I just got this RCA tv like 2 months ago. I got it for my office , so i can watch tv while on the computer. This tv has a awesome picture, for a tv under 200.00.The flat screen on this set delivers sharp pictures.It also has stereo sound, and sounds ok for sports or mtv. I recomend this to anyone that needs a nice and cheap 20 inch television!! ... Read more


32. RCA Lyra RD2212 256 MB Sport Digital Audio Player with FM Tuner
list price: $129.00
our price: $89.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00092M1QA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: RCA
Sales Rank: 21583
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Product Description

Digital FM Tuner with FM Record.3 Line Dot Matrix backlit display for navigating through this products different features and for navigating through your music selections.50 hour battery life with 1 AA256MB built in memory stores up to 8 hours of WMA music or 160 songs encoded @ 64 kbps.Sports Model includes; Splash proof easy to wear design for workouts Stop watch Pulse rate monitor and Calorie counter. ... Read more

Features

  • Digital FM Tuner with FM Record.
  • 3 Line Dot Matrix backlit display for navigating through this product's different features and for navigating through your music selections.
  • 50 hour battery life with 1 "AA'
  • 256MB built in memory, stores up to 8 hours of WMA music or 160 songs encoded @ 64 kbps.
  • Sports Model includes; Splash proof easy to wear design for workouts, Stop watch, Pulse rate monitor and Calorie counter.

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Fun....but.........
If you have big hands-or fingers..look elsewhere. You need to have some nails to get the nubs of the controls to move. Soundwise, It's great! Looks are ok..orange backlite..blue would have been better I think. Comes with armband,battery,over the ear individual headphones. I know this is key, but read the manual! I didn't. Kinda of jumped in. I did not install any software that came with this item. Not a big fan of music match. Drag and drop. The player has a shuffle button--in the settings. Cool factor of 10 with the fm player AND recorder! It saves files as mp3 that you can upload anytime. comes with a free month of audible.com also. Very cool. ... Read more


33. RCA RD2010 128MB Lyra Flash MP3 Player with FM Tuner - Blue

(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0002J28QS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: RCA
Sales Rank: 2247
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Features

  • Listen to your favorite FM station, or record straight to MP3 format for later review!
  • Playback capable -MP3 - MP3Pro - WMA ( Windows Media Audio ) codecs
  • Memory expansion slot for optional SD or MMC slot
  • Up to 50 hours playback on 1 AA battery
  • Supports ID3 tag display

34. RCA DRC8005N Progressive-Scan DVD Player/Recorder with USB Port

our price: $299.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0002ARKRE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: RCA
Sales Rank: 6167
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Amazon.com Product Description

With its VCR-like ability to record, its crystalline MPEG-2 video encoding, and its progressive-scan video output, the RCA DRC8005N DVD player/recorder is a pro at both of its primary functions. You can record your favorite television shows and home videos straight to a DVD, cleaning up aged video footage in the process. With the unit's convenient one-touch record feature, capturing off-air programs is simpler than ever.

The DRC8005N records in six modes, storing 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, or 8 hours of audio/video programming on 4.7 GB recordable DVD+R (write-once) or DVD+RW (rewritable) media. And, when using timed recording, the DRC8005N can automatically set its quality level to the best that its available hard-drive space will allow. Time-base correction and digital noise reduction optimize incoming signals as their being written to disc.

The "RW" format offers numerous advantages. These discs can be played in most computer DVD-ROM drives and DVD players, and they let you append, edit, and overwrite video right on the discs themselves. This means you can record video using the DRC8005N and record data with a PC drive, all on the same disc. There's only one recording mode for both video and data, and the finalization time for a DVD+R is the fastest of all DVD formats.

Special features include title and chapter creation for easy access to recorded materials; chapter hide/unhide, which lets you skip playback of selected sections of a recording; text title labeling; user-selectable disc write and title-write protection, and quick disc erase. Recorded discs will play on most DVD players, and the unit itself plays all types of DVD and audio CD.

More than just a recording device, however, the DRC8005N is also a first-rate media player, offering MP3 music file decoding and Digital PhotoView, which displays JPEG files (from recordable CDs only) in a rotating slide show format--with MP3 playback during the slide show! A USB input lets you hook up a flash card reader enjoying digital photos and MP3 files right off your card--no need to first commit the files to CD.

The recorder also offers progressive-scanning when playing back prerecorded DVDs. Whether your living room is currently home to an HDTV or you're merely thinking of "someday," the DRC8005N is equipped to deliver the full potential of prerecorded DVDs. Progressive scanning, called 480p for the number of horizontal lines that compose the video image, creates a picture using twice the scan lines of a conventional DVD picture, giving you higher resolution and sharper images while eliminating nearly all motion artifacts.

The DRC8005N features Dolby Digital and DTS 5.1-channel surround sound passthrough, SRS TruSurround simulated surround sound, and connections include 1 set of component-video outputs, an S-video input and output (2 inputs, 1 output), composite-video input and output (2 in, 1 out), stereo (left/right) analog audio in and out (2 in, 1 out), and a pair of digital-audio outputs (one each optical and coaxial).

What's in the Box
DVD player/recorder, remote control, remote batteries, user's manual, stereo analog audio interconnect/composite-video cable, RF cable, RF cable/splitter, S-video cable, 1 DVD+RW blank media, a user's manual, and warranty/registration information. ... Read more

Features

  • DVD player/recorder stores up to 8 hours per 4.7 GB DVD+R/DVD+RW
  • Progressive-scan video output renders seamless, flicker-free images on high-definition and HD-ready TVs
  • Flash-memory access through front-panel USB input; front AV inputs accommodate camcorders and VCRs for easy-access direct recording
  • Onscreen keyboard allows disc/program titling; uses MPEG2 video encoding
  • Measures 17.5 x 3.3 x 13.8 inches (W x H x D)

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars !!!Perfect for what I want to do!!!
I like because I can use my computer to record MP3 in DVD and programing slides at the same time to watch them and listenning with my TV and stereo at the same time.!!!
On the second hand, I could record my favorite TV programs on DVD. Thirdly, I could record my best video movies in DVD.
and fourthly, I could record my MP3 DVDs to share making copies for my friends to establish firmly our friendship and welfare, and in spreading it make new friends. !!!Allellulla!!! Amen... ... Read more


35. RCA RP2527 MP3 Personal CD Player w/ Car Kit - Blue

(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0002ICGDO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: RCA
Sales Rank: 1493
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Features

  • MP3 Playback with espXtreme
  • Package includes e.clipz Headphones, Car Kit and Wired Remote Control
  • Color -Blue

36. RCA Wireless 900 MHz Headphones (125’ Range) – WHP150
list price: $89.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00073JSIA
Catlog: CE
Sales Rank: 7208
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Features

  • Connects with virtually any audio source
  • Transmits 900MHz stereo signal through walls and floors
  • Unique compact base serves as both a charger and a stand
  • Lightweight design with adjustable headband, soft earpads for comfortable listening
  • Includes 19 volt DC power adapter, two "AA"rechargeable nickel cadmium batteries, and all the hook-up accessories required

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great but a tad bit over priced!!!!
Before saying anything, I would like to start with saying that these are my first set of wireless headphones, bought them refurbished, I'm using Metal Hydride batteries and only had the product for about three days.

The 125 foot range is an awesome range for any kind of electronic device, I found the the range to be alittle more farther than mentioned, about 150 feet but with some static, any further and you get white noise (dead signal).Light weight headset, with very good grip on the ears.The signal does go through walls and floors very well with half second (0.5 seconds) of static because of pieces of metal between walls but it goes back to stereo quality.The stereo quality is awesome, sometimes even better than my wired headphones. The tuning of the RF (I think radio frequency) of the transmitter and on the headphones make it so easy to find a good signal.So far I haven't had anything being interfered with use.Sound is very good (considering it's wireless) good sound quality over all, as good and sometimes a lot better than my 25 dollar (wire) headset.

Like all other GOOD things, it has it's down sides.The transmitters' auto on and off feature is good but when the audio source (cd player, mp3 player, laptop) volume is too low (on the audio source) the transmitters' on and off feature reacts and turns off giving no signal to the headset, you must turn up the volume on the audio source to get signal back.The headset does have it's own volume control so you probably won't be running into this problem.
Nickel Cadnium batteries are recommended by the company but I still use Metal Hydride batteries, even with a low voltage of 2.4 volts (instead of 3.0).Fully charged, they run for a good amount of hours don't know specific or close to total amount but the most I've used them (without stopping) were around 2 hours.I have yet to figure out how much time they take until they weaken. When the batteries are low (I had my batteries recharged at a very low point when I recieved the package), the audio will start getting alittle staticky, increasing at a slow rate.The transmitter does recharge Nickel cadniums but not Metal hydride rechargable batteries.

These headphones (like other wireless headsets) are not good for easy listening like classical music because it sounds as if you're listening to a casset tape with the continous hissing.Wired headphones are a better choise for easy listeners.When you listen to heavier music such as hip-hop, R&B, Techno, Metal and other high volume sounds, you will not notice the hissing and you get an awesome Cd, mp3, live sound quality.Although, the ear cups are not ideal for long hearing because it presses on the ears, but they are good for about an hour (my ears started bothering me at an hours use).

All in all, these are a very good set for many different activities such as exercising, yard work, cleaning around the house, show off to friends at work and maybe even lazying off.The signal goes through almost anything easily, no disturbances (if you find the best tunning the set can offer, you will like this set a lot).If you buy them refurbished, Nickel cadnium batteries probably will not be included in the package(I didn't get any), only if you buy them refurbished.If you use other kinds of rechargable batteries make shure you buy a recharger for those batteries because the transmitter probably will not recharge them and I would not risk the chance of destroying the product so that it will recharge other types of batteries.You have been warned if it damages the product when you tried to charge different type batteries (other than Nickel Cadniums) using the transmitter.I will not accept any irresponsible actions you have inflicted upon damaging your product based on this review for IT IS YOUR OWN DECISION, you have been told.Have a nice day :) ... Read more


37. RCA BA25602 256-CD SQUARE GRAMERCY NYLON CD WALLETS

our price: $18.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00009W3ED
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: RCA
Sales Rank: 61320
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

38. RCA WHR120 Infrared Wireless Stereo Headphones

Asin: B00009W3CU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: RCA
Sales Rank: 7273
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great value
My star rating relates to the category these are in - inexpensive.

These are very cheap - but have decent sound quality. My use is simply to have headphones without a cord while sitting at my computer. The short infrared range works fine for this. The sound quality is very good, all things considered. The downside is that they "clamp" on my head - the plastic headband doesn't allow for any adjustment like a metal one would. They do have a sub-headband which makes for a bit more comfort. Unfortunately the formerly pliable (soft) plastic has become quite stiff. Other than that, they are great. ... Read more


39. RCA RS2620 80-Watt 5-Disc Shelf System
list price: $99.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00008Y19B
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: RCA
Sales Rank: 27541
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Product Description

RCA Audio Systems combine smart features, great convenience... and a mountain of sound. And with features like bass boost and electronic equalization, you can customize your sounds to match your mood, your music... or your parents' pain threshold. Pick RCA Audio - and get ready to rumble. ... Read more

Features

  • Bookshelf system with 80-watts total power
  • 5-disc carousel changer features an angled design that takes up the space of a traditional three disc tray
  • Digital AM/FM tuner with 32 presets; dual cassette deck and recorder with a built-in auto level control (ALC)
  • Front game and MP3 inputs for fast and easy connection of audio outputs
  • Bass boos, preset EQ, custom EQ; RCA sound solution demo

Reviews (7)

5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome
This music system is great! The sound quality is the same as our surroumd sound entertainment center. It is the cheapest yet best stereo for the price. I was looking at a 90 watt stereo. It was $90. It was on display and the sound quality was nowhere close to as good as this stereo.Dont waste your money on any stereo.

5-0 out of 5 stars love it
I have been looking for a new system that was cheap, the system is great has good sound quailty do not have to wake up to change cd can also listen to my tapes.Bass is great and and sounds great too.

5-0 out of 5 stars It's great!
I love it! I wake up to my favorite cd's every morning. I hook it up to my TV and listen to movies with perfect sound, the only bad side of it is that you have to hook your TV up to the front of it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Stereo Ever
This is the greatest stereo that I have ever owned. this thing is amazing. It's sound and quality blows you away. Before I bought it I asked people at 2 different stores that had this stereo if if was good quality, they both said they owned one themselves. This by far is the greatest stereo that exists in this price range and far beyond this price range.

5-0 out of 5 stars RCA RS2620 is Great
I bought this stereo about three weeks ago and it is the best stereo I have owned to date.I also have a 300 watt sony, but the 80 watt RCA RS2620 produces much clearer/quality sound.This is the best stereo you could buy and it's less then half the price of a 300 watt.I strongly recommend this stereo for anyone looking for a quality product ... Read more


40. RCA RP3740 2-Alarm FM/AM CD Clock Radio with Cube Design
list price: $59.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00008UVAJ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: RCA
Sales Rank: 2020
Average Customer Review: 2.88 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Amazon.com Product Description

Sleek and stylish, this compact RCA CD clock radio boasts plenty of features and full sound from its stereo 2.5-inch speakers. Setting your clock has never been easier: automatic time-set lets you simply plug the clock radio in and sit back while it automatically adjusts itself to the current Eastern Standard Time (EST). Simply flip a switch to select your time zone.

The RP3740 allows for two different alarm settings for two different users, each clearly indicated on the backlit LCD. No one likes to be woken early on a weekend, even to a favorite CD--that's why the unit offers weekend alarm cancel, with which you can program the unit with preset weekday alarms and automatically set them to turn off for the weekend.

The gentle Graduwake ramp-up alarm eases you into consciousness, while programmable snooze and sleep timers let you tailor your transitions to your needs. Last but not least, the unit offers battery backup for your settings, so you won't oversleep the morning after a power outage (two AA batteries not included).

What's in the Box
CD/radio, user's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • AM/FM dual-wake CD clock radio with digital tuning
  • Automatic time-set, wake to CD, radio, or buzzer
  • Individual wake time indicators, day-of-the-week indicators
  • Weekend alarm cancel function
  • Battery backup option preserves settings in the event of a power outage (2 AA batteries not included

Reviews (8)

1-0 out of 5 stars Does not work properly!
It's compact, looks good and sounds good (that's one star.) I have it for less than 30 days. However, the CD doesn't work now. The alarm doesn't work properly. Don't buy this junk!

2-0 out of 5 stars Not for me.
I have an old Sony "Dream Machine" that needs replacing. I thought this RCA would do the trick. Wrong! The AM radio reception is the worst I have ever had in a radio. I live in San Diego so signal should be no issue. My Sony picks up LA stations with no problem. Also the sound is more like a tiny screach coming from a tin can. Another thing is that the little buttons are in the front. Try laying in bed and pushing one. The stupid thing has to be held with one hand while fumbleing with the buttons so it won't fall off my table. Back it goes and the search is on..

1-0 out of 5 stars sony fan
I also had trouble with the CD stopping in the middle of songs and not starting again. Also, sometimes, it wouldn't even start the CD. This happened and I exchanged the unit for another and it happened on the second unit as well. The digital tuning on the radio was terrible, too. I bought a Sony Psyc with an analog radio and I love it. Way better than this RCA which was more expensive than the Sony.

5-0 out of 5 stars no more irritating mornings
oh my god this alarm clock will change your mornings, no more being scared to death with each beep of a regular alarm clock. you can chose to wake up to your favorite song. but be worned the radio reception is bad, so if your buying it for the radio forget about it, but if your geting it for the cd alarm fetures then its the thing for you

4-0 out of 5 stars nice little radio
I got this radio for Christmas and it has performed really well.
CD Player:
The dual speakers are plenty loud enough and since they are situated on the sides, they actually create a stereo sound rather the the mono of most small players.
Alarm:
The dual alarm is a nice feature as is the automatic weekend cancel. I thought I would love the gradual wake since I hate being jolted out of bed by a shrieking alarm. Unfortunately the alarm starts out fairly loud and gets louder. The screen is well set up, displaying all the information about the alarms and settings without you having to push a button. It is nice to just glance at it to make sure the alarm is set right. It says it has a dimmer for the display which would have been nice but really it is just three settings: brighter, brightest, and off. It takes while to get used to the green glow. The LCD display is also difficult to read from a high or low angle. If it is placed more than a foot above or below your eye level, you will not be able to read it. I had to move it from my headboard to my nightstand. The display really should have been backlit instead of frontlit.
Radio:
I have had no problems with reception. It does as good or better than my Sony boombox. It is nice to have presets available on a little unit like this too.
Case:
The case is a bit bulky, but there are a lot of features packed in. The buttons are a little difficult to fumble with in the dark, but I quickly memorized their approximate locations. It might have been easier if they were not so close together and shaped the same. Also pushing the buttons on the front sometimes causes the entire unit to move so you need to use two hands.
Overall:
This is a nice unit with lots of features packed in for your money. If they were to fix the few minor design issues, I would give it a 5. ... Read more


21-40 of 200     Back   1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   10   Next 20
Prices listed on this site are subject to change without notice.
Questions on ordering or shipping? click here for help.

Top