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Panasonic Dmr-bwt700 Blu-ray/dvd/hdd 320gb Digital Recorder With Built

Guide price: £380

Last updated on 10th Apr 2012

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Panasonic Dmr-bwt700 Blu-ray/dvd/hdd 320gb Digital Recorder With Built

If you’re serious about home entertainment and want to record digital broadcasts in HD picture quality, you’ll love the Panasonic DMR-BWT700. This sleek unit houses a Blu-ray player/recorder, twin Freeview HD tuners and a 320GB hard drive Personal Video Recorder. Oh, and did we mention that it’s also a multimedia hub too? The integrated Freeview HD tuner will allow you to watch subscription-free HD broadcasts.

To watch Freeview HD broadcasts you’ll need to check that you can receive it in your area. Two tuners so you can record two channels simultaneously, or watch one while recording another Pause and rewind live TV Use the 7-day EPG, you can choose what standard definition or high definition content to record Hard drive for up to 80 hours of high definition or 320 hours of standard definition material Back up your recordings to blank DVD (standard def) or Blu-ray (hi def) discs Please note: The BBC and ITV ‘flag’ all hi def broadcasts for copyright purposes, and you may only be able to copy your high definition recording only once or not at all to Blu-ray media.

Not only can you enjoy Blu-ray movies, but also thanks to upscaling technology, this player can give your standard definition DVDs a near high definition “makeover” when connected to a compatible 1080p TV.

You’ll notice detail in your favourite films you’ve never spotted before! The DMR-BW880 also features an SD memory card slot and a USB terminal, so you can immediately view video recorded with an HD camcorder and JPEG images taken with a digital still camera.

Connect the DMR-BWT700 to the internet via its Ethernet port and you’ll experience even more functionality and fun. There’s the BD Live profile for a start. Depending on the pre-recorded Blu-ray disc, when your player is connected to the internet you can download a variety of up-to-date content (e.g. refreshed previews and special exclusives).

Imagine downloading wallpaper and ringtones relating to the action movie you’re watching, or taking part in a live online event relating to your favourite sci-fi film? Don’t forget an HDMI cable This delivers crystal-clear, all-digital audio and video via a single lead - which you won’t get by using an old-fashioned analogue connection - for the ultimate viewing experience

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