great value easy to use don't buy if your retired mother in law lives with you!
Michelle Kenny, Amazon
15 February 2015
Summary: Great value for money unless you have your mother in law living with you and when she leaves 8 months later you find the box is full of utter cack, which you then spend the best part of 5 hrs deleting 1 by 1 should be a delete all button, there should also be a delete mother in law button!
Summary: Bought this product on January 1st 2013! Now for the last two months it freezes and you have to unplug the item from the mains to reset it, this takes about ten minutes, it happens now a few times a day, this is an expensive item and should not give any problems after this short time, I would not...
Summary: I bought this hoping to use it with my Virgin Media set-top box, so that I could record programmes and rewind/fast forward through live pay TV services. But, they unit is only capable of receiving the channels provided by its built-in Freeview receiver.
Summary: Had the recorder for a while now, disappointing from Panasonic. No search facility on the EPG but the Panasonic TV has, internet app selection is rubbish, does not even do Google, no 5OD etc, an LG smart TV which a friend has knocks spots off this product, as doe the son's Sony. Conclusion..
panasonic DMR-HW220EBK 1tb hdd Recorder with Twin Freeview+Tuners
WILLIAM BROWN, Amazon
8 January 2014
Summary: would recommend this unit to anyone as it is simple to use and has excellent picture quality.I use it for recording every night and with,274hrs recording space I am very happy with my purchase
Excerpt: Sure it might record two programs at once, as most other units on the market do these days, but it fails on other features you would expect by todays standards. Plug and Play via a USB HDD is non-existent. You cannot simply watch multimedia files via a connected USB HDD.