I OWN A DMR-48EZ SOMETHING THAT STILL WORKS WELL BUT THIS WILL BE THE BACK-UP
22 April 2014
Summary: THIS UNIT COMES WITH EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO OPERATE IT IN THE USA AND WITH A 5 SECOND PUSH OF 2 BUTTONS IT'S MADE USA READY FOR OPERATION. IT'S A MUCH MORE SOPHISTICATED UNIT BUT IT STILL HAS THE SIMPLICITY OF OPERATION THE OTHER UNIT HAS DISPLAYED FOR THE PAST 6-7 YEARS.
Summary: An excellent machine is much better than anticipated, region 1 read perfectly. The NTSC system is very easy to switch from the menu of PAL to NTSC. I can record from my receiver connection RCA DirecTV recorder and s-video when I record TV programs, now especially I am using it to transfer 8 mm, VHS...
Summary: This unit requires 220 vac and most homes in America has only 110 vac. The product specifications did not list this any place that I could find. Had to return item purchased and pay a return fee as well. Buyers beware.
Summary: Great product! I just got one of these a little over ~1 month ago to replace my daily used for ~10 years without issue DMR-E80H 80gb HD Panny HDD/DVD recorder. The DVD drive finally died in it. This is a good fit because it has the exact same menus, updated with even more functions.
Summary: Blows my Sony RDR-HX900 out of the water. Because it can do so many things that my Sony can't or won't do. I highly recommend this unit,i bought mine from 220 Electronics out of Illinois. This baby is awesome for editing once you get it down.
Summary: I have been looking for a machine like this for years. In January 2007, I bought a Panasonic DMR-ES15S DVD-RAM Recorder for $169.99. It has many very good features. Then in November 2007 I bought a Panasonic DMR-EZ27K DVD RAM Recorder for $275.59 so that I could copy DVDs.