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Philips Vhs To Dvd Convertor With Usb & Divx (

Guide price: £150

Last updated on 9th Mar 2009

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Philips Vhs To Dvd Convertor With Usb & Divx (

Easily turn your classic VHS collection into DVDs at the touch of a button Dual media - Records to DVD+R and DVD-R, no need to worry about which discs to purchase DVD-R/DVD+R for permanent recordings or DVD-RW/DVD+RW to enable edit and change Also record onto DVD+R DL for nearly double the recording capacity Can playback most CDs, DVDs & music, photos and video from USB Compatible with DivX 3.11, DivX 4.x, DivX 5.x, DivX 6.0, MPEG1 & MPEG2 Standalone DVD recorder and VHS recorder Also useful in CCTV applications to record the output from your camera i.LINK digital input for perfect digital camcorder copies VIDEO Plus+ for quick and easy programming Progressive scan for a sharper picture Standby power consumption less than 5W Includes: Remote, batteries, quick start guide, user manual, RF antenna cable and warranty leaflet Get the best of both worlds with Philips DVDR3510V, featuring Dual Media DVD recorder with integrated VCR functionality.

Direct 2-way dubbing, DivX certification and USB Direct ensure unbridled convenience

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