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6.2 out of 10

Panasonic DMR-EZ48VK

The Panasonic DMR-EZ48VK DVD recorder is equipped with an SD Mem Read more

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Overall 1

"Don't, it freezes constantly"

20 March 2012
  • Pros: Features, but the unit rarely works
  • Cons: The unit constantly malfunctions. It is very slow to accept and register settings. It can take 5-10 minutes to power on just to insert or change disk. It frequently must be unplugged and allowed to reset.
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Overall 4

"Very slow to start, hear one cannot record Digital TV"

currter, CNET
16 September 2011
  • Pros: has both DVD and VHS recording capability and digital tuner for digital antenna TV
  • Cons: The unit is very slow to start, though it initially was faster. Hear one cannot record digital antenna TV broadcasts
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Overall 1

"Never will buy anything from Panasonic on it again!"

clotze12, CNET
30 July 2011
  • Pros: Where are there any?
  • Cons: Afraid to turn on my Mitsubisih (software driven) HDTV with it hooked up to it. Evervrything goes haywire!
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Overall 6

"Good but could be better"

Togegawa, CNET
14 July 2011
  • Pros: Plays movies good and records off air great. copies tapes great.
  • Cons: absolutely will not record anything off the composite and s video inputs to dvd so recording from tv is definitely out. Only records to vhs from it. So, you have to record to vhs and then copy from vhs to dvd. takes 4 hours for most football games that w
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Overall 5

"Won't do what I want"

mike17660, CNET
23 November 2010
  • Pros: Well made and seems to play both DVDs and VHS tapes fine.
  • Cons: Won't copy store bought movies to DVD
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Overall 1

"This is the worst DVD/VHS I've ever owned"

stevecramer2, CNET
23 October 2010
  • Pros: None.Will it does power up.
  • Cons: Can't record anything it considers HD quality. Changing TV channels is an obsolete nightmare. First response is to jump to fast forward but it will stay set for a moment but jump back and forth and your never sure which channel it will settle on.
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Overall 3

"Just can't deliver"

housfrauski, CNET
18 September 2010
  • Pros: The features and capabilities are desirable, remote easy to use.
  • Cons: Frequent freezing up, makes a grunting noise, won't read disks unless pristine, we have to clean every rental disk.
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Overall 4

"Infant mortality is apparent"

cleml, CNET
23 June 2010
  • Pros: I have owned two of these models and they did everything that i wanted
  • Cons: Both units died very quickly. One died the first week after warranty and the second died five weeks after first powered up. Both were identical failures. The unit would cycle from on to off and back to on continousily.t.
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Overall 2

"Forget about it"

disapointed12, CNET
2 June 2010
  • Pros: Set up was somewhat easy
  • Cons: Digital tuning slow, moving up and down channels, unit would jump to wrong station then correct itself. No electronic program guide I could find. Gave up finding close captioning (I am deaf) button. Too flaky so returned it to store next day.
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Overall 4

"Caveat Emptor!"

Cats Meow, CNET
15 May 2010
  • Pros: Great features, but they don't work most of the time.
  • Cons: Very buggy, forgets to record programmed events, very slow to activate, locks up and needs constant re-booting, inconsistant operations, difficult owner's manual, too much VHS audio static and jumpy picture.
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