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1. Toshiba RS-TX20 DVD Recorder with
$309.00 list($199.99)
2. Toshiba SD-V290 DVD-VCR Combo
list($229.99)
3. Toshiba SD-V390 Progressive-Scan
list($99.99)
4. Toshiba W622 4-Head Hi-Fi VCR
list($89.99)
5. Toshiba W522 4-Head Hi-Fi VCR
list($119.99)
6. Toshiba W727 4-Head Hi-Fi VCR
list($79.99)
7. Toshiba W422 4-Head VCR

1. Toshiba RS-TX20 DVD Recorder with 120 GB TiVo Series2 Digital Video Recorder
list price: $699.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B000646MZW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 516
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Amazon.com Product Description

Toshiba's RS-TX20 Digital Media Server is two high-tech components in one: a full-featured DVD recorder/player and a TiVo Series2 digital video recorder with free TiVo Basic service included with purchase. The unit's high-capacity, 120 GB hard-disk drive (HDD) stores up to 140 hours of audio/video storage (depending on the quality level you select), while DVD recording gives you the option for archiving your VHS and camcorder footage and for easy recording of your favorite TV programs. A convenient, front-panel DV input (IEEE 1394) is perfect for quick transfers of camcorder material onto the hard-disk drive and then to DVD.

The unit also comes with a 45-day free trial of the TiVo Plus service so you can try features unique to the TiVo Plus service, including the ability to search for programs by title, set up Season Pass recordings for your favorite shows, and create actor, director, and keyword WishLists searches.

With TiVo Basic Service included and without paying a subscription fee, you can record your favorite TV shows onto the HDD and watch them on your schedule. You can also record content from the hard disk drive to a DVD media (DVD-R, DVD-RW, or DVD-RAM) quickly and easily. The easy-to-use TiVo interface can automatically create a DVD menu for easy navigation. DVDs can be named according to your program selections, or you may manually enter a title.

This is a great DVD player, too. Whether your living room is currently home to an HDTV or you're merely thinking of "someday," the RS-TX20 will deliver the full potential of your commercial DVDs. Progressive scanning, referred to as 480p for the number of horizontal lines that compose the video image, gives you higher resolution and sharper images than standard 480i signals while eliminating nearly all motion artifacts. Toshiba's Digital Cinema Progressive feature (3:2 pulldown detection and reversal) digitally corrects frame distortion in film-based material to display a film-frame-accurate picture.

The recorder/player offers 1 set of ColorStream Pro component-video outputs (selectable for 480p/480i), 2 composite-video-based AV inputs, 1 S-video input, and 1 RF coaxial input (for an antenna signal or a feed from an older VCR or cable box). A set of left/right analog-audio outputs channel audio to Dolby Pro Logic receivers and stereo televisions, while both Dolby Digital and DTS 5.1-channel surround-sound signals can be routed through the player's Toslink optical digital-audio output for direct connection to a full-featured audio/video receiver.

The DVD drive is fully compatible with your MP3 and WMA music CDs and will even play discs full of your favorite JPEG digital photos for ready-made slide shows right in your living room.

A supplied IR blaster cable for cable-box and satellite receiver control (C3 Control) connects to the back of the recorder and transmits an infrared (IR) signal to change channels on your cable or satellite box, as needed, for advance recording--freeing you from having to pretune the correct channel ahead of time.

The included, no-fee TiVo Basic service features a 3-day rolling program guide, TV "Trick Play" features (such as the ability to pause and rewind live TV), instant replay/instant skip, and manual recording capability with repeat function. The unit is fully upgradeable to the TiVo Plus Service (subscription required: $12.95 per month or a "product lifetime" fee of $299 that's good for as long as your RS-TX20 remains operational), which includes TiVo's Home Media Option for remote (online) scheduling, access to MP3/JPEG digital media files from your PC, and multi-room viewing with no additional TiVo receivers.

What's in the Box
DVD/HDD recorder/player, a remote control, remote batteries, an IR blaster cable, a user's manual, a stereo analog audio interconnect/composite-video cable, and warranty/registration information. ... Read more

Features

  • DVD recorder/player with built-in 120 GB hard drive and free TiVo Basic service (pause, rewind, instant replay, 3-day advance recording)
  • Up to 140 hours of audio/video storage on hard-disk drive (HDD); records to DVD-R, DVD-RW, or DVD-RAM
  • DVD offers ColorStream Pro progressive-scan output for use with high-definition and HD-ready TVs
  • Front-panel IEEE 1394/DV input provides a quick and easy connection with a compatible digital camcorder
  • Measures 16.5 x 3.3 x 13 inches (W x H x D)

2. Toshiba SD-V290 DVD-VCR Combo
list price: $199.99
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Asin: B00008BO90
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 11971
Average Customer Review: 2.56 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Space-saving combination DVD player and 4-head, hi-fi VCR
  • Plays DVD-Video, DVD-R, VCD, audio CD, CD-R, CD-RW, MP3 CD, and JPEG image CD
  • Record TV broadcasts while watching a DVD movie
  • Optical and coaxial digital-audio outputs channel Dolby Digital and DTS surround sound to compatible receiver and speaker systems
  • VCR includes 19-micron heads for clear EP recording, record-end search, and commercial skip

Reviews (9)

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't waste your time or money
Hi,

I purchased the Toshiba SD-V290 DVD/VCR Combo for $136.94 on
8/27/03. It is now 1/4/04.

It broke this week. Less than four months of proper use.

When I put a VHS tape into the machine it is automatically ejected. Therefore I can not play VHS tapes at this time.

When playing a DVD there are pauses throughout playback.

Now I have to deal with calling support and probably paying to send this machine in for service. Then I believe I'll be going through the following process throughout the remainder of the warranty.

First I'll return the machine to Toshiba.
Then Toshiba will repair it.
Next, Toshiba will return it to me.
Then I'll use it.
At some point it will stop working again.
Finally, I'll send it back to Toshiba for repair.
Then Toshiba will repair it...

I can see this going go on for the life of the warranty.

This adds up to a lot of time and aggravation. Stay away from this product.

I believe this machine is poorly made. Poor parts, poor quality, and poor design.

1-0 out of 5 stars Total piece of Cr*P
My VHS loading mechanism broke after only 4 months of use. I'm now trying to negotiate a return.

1-0 out of 5 stars DON'T DO IT
After having this unit for a month and only using it once it died on me. The DVD would not open at all. After I unplugged it and plugged it back in both the DVD and VCR button stayed on and the clock wouldn't work. This all happened a month after I purchased it. Thank goodness Amazon has worked with me in returning the item.

3-0 out of 5 stars Remotely disappointing
One would think that in this day of breath-taking technological advances, creating a dependable and user-friendly DVD/VCR combo would be child's play for manufacturers like Toshiba and Panasonic. Upon setting up this Toshiba unit, the latest acquisition in what may be my serial quest to find such a machine, I am rather reminded of the occasional difficulty some folks have in walking and chewing gum at the same time. The Toshiba replaces a similar Panasonic unit (Model No. PVD4742) which I received last year as a birthday present. Having always been a big Panasonic fan, I was not surprised by the unit's excellent video recording capabilities or with its clever DVD playback otpions. But there were two issues, one fatal. First, the remote was an ergonmic hodgepodge of indecipherable function keys so tiny that one was almost forced to use a stylus to operate them. But that glitch was nothing compared to the machine's occasional failure to "accept" VHS tapes, i.e., a tape (no matter old or new) could be placed in the slot, but the door would not close and the tape would be ejected. Despite my best efforts to get Panasonic's attention, they would do nothing about it, indeed suggesting that since they had never encountered the problem, I was likely imagining it. Having written off that machine (resolving at the same time to shun Panasonic products for the foreseeable future), I was attracted to this Toshiba unit because I have also had excellent luck with their products, including an older VCR which functioned perfectly with the most comfortable and instinctive remote I've ever used. I also noted in this site's close-up of the machine's remote that it appeared far more simple than the Panasonic's. It wasn't until setting up the new machine that I realized that the remote's simplicity comes at a price. In order to squeeze in every function button apparently demanded by the discerning DVD viewer, they omitted a couple of functions one never uses, like, for instance, volume control. That's right, the remote enables you to make a DVD stand on its end and translate German subtitles, but you can't adjust the volume, and since there is almost always a disparity between TV and tape sound volume, you thus always have to have the TV (or another) remote at hand as you switch from one to the other medium. Absolutely infuriating! Otherwise, the new machine's functions are about average: VHS recording on SLP is OK, but not as good as the Panasonic's, VCR timed recording is more complex than necessary (and much more so than my older machine), and the basic DVD controls are straightforward and reasonably legible. But if I had realized that there was no volume control, I would have continued to argue with Panasonic or bought another brand. On reflection, maybe it's best just to have separate VCR and DVD players because it certainly appears that the combo's are simply too much trouble--for both manufacturers and their customers.

4-0 out of 5 stars Terriffic display - works great !!
I have 3 TV's and VCR's in my home and I needed a DVD/VCR combo because I did not have enough space in my Sony TV cabinet to fit separate units along with tons of VHS tapes. I was worried that I would be compromising the VCR performance and features with a combo unit. The Toshiba V290 exceeded my expectations. The DVD, of course, works perfectly with great picture quality. The VCR slow motion, freeze frame and overall playback is very good quality. The display includes time remaining, time used, tape speed, and current time/date. The timer works perfectly. Instruction manual is 46 pages long (all in English), very complete and understandable. The remote control looks expensive - has 4 nice big buttons for the most frequently used functions. Why not 5 stars? The VCR tuner could be a little better. Some cable channels do not appear as clear as the I get thru the cable box. Overall, a great buy, looks great, and I would recommend it. ... Read more


3. Toshiba SD-V390 Progressive-Scan DVD-VCR Combo
list price: $229.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00008BO91
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 15253
Average Customer Review: 3.73 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The SD-V390 offers a convenient, one-unit source for high-quality entertainment in both DVD and VHS formats. The progressive-scan DVD deck offers high-resolution video outputs (for use with high-definition and HD-ready TVs) and plays a variety of optical content, including DVD-Video, DVD-R, audio CD, CD-R, CD-RW, and video CD, as well as MP3 software files recorded on CD-R and CD-RW discs. Whether your living room is currently home to an HDTV or you're merely thinking of "someday," the SD-V390 stands ready to deliver the full potential of 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, providing higher resolution and sharper images while eliminating nearly all motion artifacts. Additional composite- and S-video outputs bring compatibility with nearly any television.

A four-head, hi-fi VCR gives exciting, stereo playback for your entire library of VHS tapes. It's even possible to play a DVD while simultaneously recording a TV broadcast to videotape. For enhanced picture quality during VHS playback, the 4-head hi-fi VCR utilizes a pair of 19-micron video heads, which deliver exceptional (near SP) picture quality of content recorded and played back in the extended play (EP) mode. Making VCR recording even easier is record-end search, which quickly finds the next space available on the tape for recording, eliminating the need for endless rewinding.

Into digital photography? This unit's JPEG feature makes it easy to view digital photos burned to recordable CDs. A set of left/right analog-audio outputs channel audio to Dolby Pro Logic receivers and stereo televisions. Both Dolby Digital and DTS 5.1-channel surround-sound signals can be routed through the player's digital-audio outputs (one each of RCA coaxial and Toslink optical) for direct connection to a full-featured audio/video receiver. In addition, readily accessible front-panel AV inputs permit easy connection for a game console or a camcorder for simple dubbing of home movies to the VHS deck. ... Read more

Features

  • Space saving combination DVD player and 4-head, hi-fi VCR
  • Progressive-scan video output offers seamless, flicker-free images on high-definition and HD-ready TVs
  • Plays DVD-Video, DVD-R, VCD, audio CD, CD-R, CD-RW, MP3 CD, and JPEG image CD
  • Optical and coaxial digital-audio outputs channel Dolby Digital and DTS surround sound to compatible receiver and speaker systems
  • VCR includes 19-micron heads for clear EP recording, record-end search, and commercial skip

Reviews (11)

5-0 out of 5 stars Solid product, long-lasting use
Great price, great value, great quality, decent customer service. Toshiba is doing things right. The V390 has progressive scan which gives you clearer pictures than regular DVD players. The VCR has self-cleaning so you don't have to clean the heads often, maybe once every couple years should suffice. Everything works fine. Obviously, you can't copy most commercial DVD movies to VHS tape, due to Macrovision protection. Toshiba and Panasonic now also sell DVD burners for home use, and they are cool (but still expensive).

3-0 out of 5 stars Good, but remote needs work
I found the response speed to the rewind/fast forward button rather slow. The VCR timer programming for recording is extremely awkward. For example, instead of pressing the numbers to set the start/end times, you have to hold down an arrow button for a long time to get to the hour/minute as there is no separate hour/minute/am-pm setting. When rewinding/fast forwarding while playing, the counter will not appear on the TV screen but only on the VCR.

The position of the buttons favor the DVD player even when the buttons are shared functions with the VCR. When using the VCR you have to hunt for certain buttons. Most of the important buttons are rather small. Certain functions which can be shared have separate buttons.

As you can see, I use the VCR a lot more. You do not have to turn off the unit to activate the timer like other VCRs, which allows you to watch DVDs while recording, but became a problem when it recorded over a tape I was watching.

Size of unit is deeper and wider than our old VCR and DVD players but still fits in our standard size wall unit.

Some good things are that the picture quality seems better than the other VCRs I have. Also has front and back inputs which allows us to hook up the cable (back) and camcorder (front).

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't Buy This Product
Video Tape recording quality poor and sometimes wouldn't record at all even after cleaning the heads and buying new tapes. Warranty is useless.

Remote is poorly designed. Also, you cannot use the numeric keypad to set the time when you want to record.

Switched to the Panasonic DVD Recorder with an 80 GB hard drive and will never go back to tape.

5-0 out of 5 stars We love it!
Great combo! We've had about a year and it has worked beautifully for us! Very user-friendly. No problems whatsoever.

5-0 out of 5 stars DVD-DCR Combo
I know a lot of people are against combo systems, but I have never had a problem with this machine. It performs great and tapes well. ... Read more


4. Toshiba W622 4-Head Hi-Fi VCR
list price: $99.99
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Asin: B00005V3DT
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 19701
Average Customer Review: 3.25 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • VHS hi-fi stereo sound for near-CD quality audio
  • Auto Clock Set eliminates flashing "12:00"
  • Front A/V input for easy camcorder hookup
  • Commercial Skip jump past annoying ads
  • Simple on-screen programming

Reviews (4)

1-0 out of 5 stars Big disappointment.
This VCR is very complicated to program to record. It will not record triple digit channels, which was why I bought it. I guess if you only watch videos and don't record it will do okay but if you want to record things forget it!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great buy
This VCR showcases great quality from Toshiba, as well as wanted features. The commercial skip is handy, but I do not find it particularly useful as it seems a bit slow, and just forwards 30 sec, whether it is commercial or not. The picture is nice, and you HAVE TO LOVE the digital tracking feature. You can even see it working cause on the screen, for a few seconds, you cn see the digital tracking control automatically moving to set it for best quality. No problems! It's a VCR with a brain.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good for the Price
The Toshiba W622 4-Head Hi-Fi VCR is one of the better VCRs on the market. It plays back tapes with a very good image and has one of the best pictures around. This unit has a 4-head 19-micron video system in Hi-Fi for very good stereo sound. That's an excellent feature that gives you great versatility. It also has commercial skip. Pre-recorded tapes play back with an excellent picture too. How good a picture looks is what it is all about.

3-0 out of 5 stars good vcr, but not a universal remote
This is a very nice machine, with 2 lines in, which helps me manage a system which has outgrown the inputs on my receiver. It also has an extremely fast rewind and fast forward--a definite plus. However the remote is not universal, contrary to the description--and one of reasons I chose this model over another Toshiba with the same features except for that. It will control Toshiba TVs, but that's all. It also only lets you program 6 selections over a month, instead of the 8 which seemed to have become standard. ... Read more


5. Toshiba W522 4-Head Hi-Fi VCR
list price: $89.99
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Asin: B00005V3DS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 19755
Average Customer Review: 2.85 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • VHS hi-fi stereo sound for near-CD quality
  • Front A/V input for easy camcorder and gaming console hookups
  • Commercial Skip lets you jump past annoying ads
  • Simple onscreen programming
  • Built-in auto head cleaner

Reviews (13)

3-0 out of 5 stars good in general but...
I have kept a 5-year-old SHARP VCR, which I liked very much until my little boy destroyed it. I could not find a SHARP but someone recommended this Toshiba VCR. Since I always liked my old Toshiba notebook computer and this model was on sale, I did not hesitate to buy this unit. This is not bad for the price. But people in Toshiba VCR must more work on the remote control, which does not work for my SHARP TV. The manual says that it could happen, and then I need to use the TV old remote control! Two remotes! Does not sound friendly or convenient...

5-0 out of 5 stars EXCELLENT VCR FOR THE PRICE
Excellent Image. Can read S-VHS tapes created with JVC vcr's.
Rewinds faster than common VCRs

2-0 out of 5 stars You get what you paid for!
This is a basic entry level Hi-Fi VCR. I have 3 panasonic VCR and this one was my fourth one.

The worst part was recording as you have to press 2 buttons in order to program recording. When it was recording, a big "REC" showed in the beginning and then replaced by tape meter which could confuse you as you might not realize it was recording. When programming, channels were not defaulted to those you had access but it went from channel 1, 2, 3...ie, it was a bit time consuming to program.

Remote was OK but it was quick enough if you do commercial skipping.

Soundwise, for some reasons, it was better than my hi-fi panasonic even with the same home theatre set up.

Durability wise, I bought mine from Nov 2002 & I broke it in early June 2003 when I tried to clean up the tape head. Something just fell out when I opened it and tried to clean it the 2nd time. I guess it was my fault. The inside of it was made with a lot of plastics which I don't think it would last long anyway. However, it is reasonable if you don't pay more than $ bucks for this unit. Now I have to deal with Toshiba people. Don't know the outcome yet.

Picture quality was good for me as I didn't have any problem like others.

Tracking was better than my 3 other panasonic. It usually found the right tracking for the tapes that we put in.

Noise was reasonable to me and was silent when playing. Rewind was quick as advertised.

It had good feature like showing you titles of TV programs when changing channels and auto clock setting.

4-0 out of 5 stars not bad but not great either
Okay, it was pretty cheap. It functions pretty much as advertised and is not a bad machine for the money. But...some of the functionality is frustrating. I've missed recording a couple of my favorite shows because of the fact that it won't record your programmed shows if you simply power it OFF when you're done using it. You have to remember to power it OFF and set the RECORD button also (this requires pushing 2 buttons on the remote simultaneously). On the plus side, the rewind is extremely fast and the counter display is "clock time" as opposed to just numbers counting up or down. (So if you want to skip a 1-hour segment it is very easy to do.) Overall, this has been a good VCR for the money, with a few minor inconveniences.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent for the money!
It had been awhile since I bought a VCR. I love the auto clockset feature! Also, the cable tuner on this VCR is great and so is the sound quality. I am very happy with it so far. Using an older non cable ready TV with this and the picture looks good.. ... Read more


6. Toshiba W727 4-Head Hi-Fi VCR
list price: $119.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00005V4T2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 13945
Average Customer Review: 3.05 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • VHS hi-fi stereo sound for near-CD quality audio
  • VCR Plus+ C3 cable box control simplifies recording
  • Universal remote control for VCR and most televisions
  • Front A/V input for easy camcorder hookup
  • Commercial Skip jumps past annoying ads

Reviews (19)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Buy
I liked this VCR from the moment I got it. First, off I don't have cable TV and I use the antenna. When I plugged the wire into the VCR my reception actually got better. Second, I was able to program my VCR in less then a minute. The VCR is very good, makes FF and rewinding quick. There is even a commercial skip option. It was pricey, but I wanted a VCR that I would keep for awhile so it was worth it.

3-0 out of 5 stars Disappointed
Like another reviewer here, I bought the Toshiba W727 based on its supposed ability to work with the cable box to change the channel on the box. Even with an old analog box I couldn't get the feature to work. I thought maybe it needed a newer box, so today traded in my analog box for a digital box, and of course it can't switch the channel on that, either. I've spent several frustrating hours over the past few days trying to figure out this problem, only to now find that there's no way this VCR is going to change those cable channels!

I've also found the manual difficult to follow, though if you can figure out where to start, once you get to on-screen programming that's pretty clear. I haven't dared try VCR Plus programming; not even sure I can do it with my cable/vcr/tv configuration.

The picture quality, however, has been very good. All in all, though, I kind of wish I'd bought the similarly highly rated and slightly less expensive Sony SLV-N55.

5-0 out of 5 stars Really cool
the second i got this Vcr i knew i would love it. It records programs beautiflly and has a lot of ports. My favorite feature is commercial skip because commercials are so annyoing. i think it is a really good VCR and would suggest anyone that needed a Vcr should it.

4-0 out of 5 stars better than average for the price
This VCR is better than most despite some oddities that really annoy me personally. I have missed the beginning of so many music videos because by the time I find the remote and get both buttons pushed, it's too late. The machine lacks a "record" button on the console. No remote --- no record. That is just plain stupid. I read the CR reviews and bought both of the top rated VCR's. The Sony is indeed second-choice to this one. But I am not happy with the SLP recording quality for regular broadcast, especially for still and slow motion. (It is better than the Sony) However the SLP is pretty good with digital cable movies and live broadcasts. The remote takes some getting used to, and the rewind to zero feature does not work unless you first display the counter on the screen. That makes little if any sense and is one of many silly quirks you have to memorize to use the machine.

5-0 out of 5 stars over 100 button
to electronics fan from venice ca.
I dont know what adviser you talked to, but all you have to do for channels over 100 is first push the over 100 button,then the next two digits-example 127- push over 100 button,then 2, then 7 ... Read more


7. Toshiba W422 4-Head VCR
list price: $79.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00005V3DP
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 20903
Average Customer Review: 2.2 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 4-head mono VCR
  • Advanced V3 Chassis and flying preamp for improved picture and sound quality
  • Commercial Skip lets you jump past annoying ads
  • Onscreen guide simplifies programming
  • Auto head cleaner

Reviews (5)

1-0 out of 5 stars Programming shows to record is difficult
It would be difficult to make a Timer Program Recording screen that is any worse. I did eventually manage to get my shows programmed, but for some reason they randomly choose to not record.
Move on to another VCR - this Toshiba isn't worth the frustration.

1-0 out of 5 stars really bad
I couldn't even get this thing to program and I'm a technician.
Save your money.

5-0 out of 5 stars Works great for me!
What are these other guys talking about? I've bought Toshiba in the past and had nothing but good luck with their products.

This is not a high feature unit, but at the price , who cares as long as it works?

3-0 out of 5 stars Had this one before
It's not even real, when I got this product it was just a plastic box that store 1 VCR tape. It did move on me tho, I had to stomp it to make sure it stopped moving. I sent it back to the manufacture for another one but then i gotten a box not the product.

1-0 out of 5 stars This is most horrible useless thing I have ever bought
Biggest problem on this VCR is when you play video, make squeaky noisy sound you cannot stand.
In addition, it is hard to program and edit recording programs and you cannot record with longer tape mode. The quality and noise get worse.
I just want my money back and forget about my mistake, which I bought this product. ... Read more


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