Panasonic's latest Diga DVD recorders are packed to the brim with new features, with near-universal support for HDMI outputs, video upscaling, integrated Freeview tuners and dual-layer recording
Panasonic has announced four new DVD-recorders to come out in April, but the feature set isn't as robust as we were hoping for.
The ES15 is Panasonic's cheapest DVD recorder yet, but it features progressive-scan video and universal disc compatibility, including support for dual (count 'em) layer discs
Outstanding recording quality, tons of features, and a built-in digital TV tuner make the Panasonic DMR-EZ48VK an excellent all-purpose DVD and VHS recorder.
The Denon AVR-789 sounds great and is fully featured, but isn't the easiest receiver to set up and use.
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The Denon AVR-1909 sounds great and is fully featured, but isn't the easiest receiver to set up and use.
Panasonic's entry-level DMR-ES20 DVD recorder offers excellent recording quality and easy camcorder dubbing, but its editing features fall short.
Panasonic's entry-level DMR-ES10 DVD recorder offers excellent recording quality but falls short when it comes to editing features.
While its inability to place chapter stops on DVDs is a bummer, the capable Panasonic DMR-ES40V dubbing deck shines in most other areas.
While its inability to place chapter stops on DVDs is a bummer, this capable dubber shines in most other areas.