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Daewoo DV6T955B DVD / VCR Combo

by Daewoo

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  • Progressive-scan DVD player and 4-head stereo VCR
  • Playback formats include DVD, CD, CD-R, CD-RW, VCD, MP3, and VHS
  • Composite, component, and S-video outputs; coaxial digital audio output
  • Dolby Digital, DTS surround sound; high-end digital-to-analog audio converter
  • Measures 17.1 x 3.7 x 10 inches (W x H x D)
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Daewoo
  • Model: DV6T955B

Product Description

Product Description

The Daewoo DV6T955B is a progressive scan DVD player and 4 head Hi-Fi VCR all in one! Its front AV jacks makes connection easier than ever.

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With the DV6T955B DVD/VCR combo from Daewoo, you can enjoy high-quality digital video without having to say goodbye to your videotape library. This versatile component combines a progressive-scan DVD player with a 4-head, hi-fi stereo VCR, and includes a number of audio features as well.

The progressive-scan technology on the DVD player yields amazing picture quality, with vivid colors, clean resolution, and reduced onscreen distortion. The DV6T955B features a 10-bit/27 MHz video digital-to-analog converter that adds realistic warmth to the picture. The adjustable aspect ratio mode lets you resize the video image to the optimal setting: either a 16:9 widescreen or a 4:3 standard ratio. With the zoom feature, you can enlarge or reduce onscreen images. The DV6T955B provides a number of search modes for DVDs. In addition to basic fast forward and reverse options, you can scan through a DVD by individual chapters or by playing time.

In addition to watching movies on the DV6T955B, you can use it as an audio component. The DV6T955B offers a wide variety of playback options, including DVDs, CDs, VCDs, MP3s, and more. Your movies and music will sound great, thanks to the clear, clean sound of Daewoo's 24-bit/96 kHz audio digital-to-analog converter. This converter translates digital audio data into a natural, realistic high-fidelity sound. The DV6T955B features a Dolby Digital and DTS surround-sound system, and includes a coaxial digital audio output that allows you to easily connect the player to a home theater receiver. The DV6T955B also features 3D sound, an audio mode that creates virtual surround sound with just two speakers.

The DV6T955B's VCR is filled with features as well. The 6-head VCR can capture and reproduce a clear picture with stereo sound. Recording shows is simple with a one-touch recording option, as well as a timer mode that lets you program up to 8 shows in advance. You can also watch DVDs while you are recording a program with the VCR.

The DV6T955B features a number of A/V outputs, including component, composite, and S-video connections. An analog audio output is also included on the DV6T955B.

What's in the Box
DVD player/VCR combo, remote control, owner's manual


Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameDaewoo
Item Weight14 pounds
Product Dimensions10.2 x 3.7 x 17.1 inches
Item model numberDV6T955B
Batteries:2 AA batteries required. (included)
Color NameNo
  
Additional Information
ASINB0002471YM
Best Sellers Rank #174,512 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight12.3 pounds
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Date First AvailableApril 27, 2004
  
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Customer Reviews

The DVD player issue is just annoying.
Nolan Lewis
I assumed it was a fluke and like a fool exchanged it for a new one instead of getting my money back.
K. Pigue
It worked great for the first 5 or 6 months and then, suddenly, stopped playing DVDs.
Iowa Diva

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 17, 2004
This dvd player stopped reading discs about four months after I bought it. It will only read a disc about once every 30 tries now and has started eating dvds. Not only does the laser fail to read the discs now, but the belt is also broken and the dvd fell off the tray and was damaged. And the other annoying part is that the VCR still works fine, so it seems a waste to scrap it altogether. You're better off having a separate dvd player, and certainly not a "daewoo" one. It may seem like a bargain, but believe me, it's not.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By kireviewer VINE VOICE on March 10, 2005
UPDATE 2: I replaced my unit under warranty. The VCR picture quality is now excellent. It is as good as any VCR I own. Also, the tape counter now works ok. On the first unit I got, the VCR picture quality was poor.

UPDATE 1: MY UNIT HAS DEVELOPED AN ANNOYING QUIRK.
When playing a tape recorded in SLP speed, the VCR will sometimes play it at the SP mode. It is dependent on where in the tape you start playback. If you rewind the tape, you can find a spot where it plays OK, and then scan forward. This is on old tapes that I have used many times.

ORIGINAL REVIEW:

For a lower end unit, this is a good deal, with nice features for the price. However, it does not have all the great features of a higher priced unit.

I really like the DVD player on this unit. It works much better than any of my other DVD players (maybe because it is newer). It recognizes the DVD almost immediately. Jumping to different features on the DVD (like the menu, or different scenes) is very quick and without any glitches.

I bought this DVD unit because it plays VCD. It is one of the few remaining DVD's that play VCD's (an old Asian format). It also plays CDR's. I haven't tried the various DVD recordable formats yet. I will report when I do.

The remote control works very well. The system has a very quick response to the remote control. I have had other units, like Panasonic, where the remote control is not so reliable. It has some nice features, like a 30 second commercial skip, and all the usual ones, like flipping to the last channel viewed.

The menus are fairly easy to navigate. Programming the timer recorder is a good and easy as I have seen on any unit. It is certainly easier than on the Go, Pansonic or Zenith models.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on August 23, 2005
The other reviews are right, this thing is a lemon. Right out of the box the audio did not sync with the picture, both on VHS and DVD. It would fall behind, then run ahead, then behind, etc. VHS picture had incredibly dull and fuzzy picture (guess 6 heads AREN'T better than 4), and I noticed the DVD playback was stuttering a bit too. Probably the worst electronics purchase I've ever made...so it's going back. Daewoo makes great standalone players but avoid this heap of scrap metal.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By kalistoga on November 16, 2004
Brand new unit, but the VCR player would not rewind. Too bad too, because the VCR plays fine, as does the DVD player...nice picture and sound, and it plays DVD+Rs, VCDs, etc. as advertised on Amazon. The unit looks nice enough too, though a little large. It has a solid feeling construction...made of metal and not plastic like many of the new low-end models. Regardless of what works, without the VCR being able to rewind, it's certainly not proving its reliablity. I guess I am glad it showed itself right away. Am going to return and buy a better quality unit for about $50 more.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By doxtorray on July 2, 2005
The unit I purchased played DVD's with great quality. The recording and playback of VHS tapes, however, was about the worst of any VCR I have used in 23 years of video taping. The recordings (even at SP) have a great deal of noise and even streaking. This unit makes tapes recorded on other machines unwatchable. Just to make sure it was not bad tapes, I played the tapes back on several other machines (none of which are the recorders used to record the tapes), and they looked great. The Daewoo makes them look like they were recorded with bad reception or something.

I am sending this machine back right away. A similar-quality DVD player is half the price of this thing.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Iowa Diva on August 21, 2005
I bought this because I wanted the convenience of a combo unit and because I also have a Daewoo TV. It worked great for the first 5 or 6 months and then, suddenly, stopped playing DVDs. It sounds like a common problem with this unit. I won't buy Daewoo brand products again.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Robert Novotny on December 12, 2005
I got this unit at Target after my old DVD player conked out. I was just looking for a replacement DVD player, and then this unit caught my eye. My VCR was also getting old, and I thought it would be a good idea to replace both in one shot. After all, it would be cheaper than getting seperate units, and there would be way less wiring involved, one less remote, etc.

Well, the VCR worked great, and I was pleasantly surprised at the sound quality (I have a pretty good sound system). However, the DVD section had a distinct high pitched whining noise that came through my speakers, like a motor running, which was noticeable even at moderate volume levels when playing DVD's. No good! I picked up a good DVD player and set the Daewoo aside. I never got around to returning it, and ended up giving it to a friend who needed a VCR and only played DVD's through her TV set's small speakers. Everybody is happy now, right? Wrong! One week later, DVD's started to freeze, at first for a split second, then longer and longer until they are now unwatchable. What a dud this thing is!
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