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MAGNAVOX DV220MW9 DVD Player VCR Combo

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  • DVD
  • DVD-R/-RW and CD-R/-RW playback
  • 4-head design with monophonic sound
  • S-video output
  • Title and subtitle display
  • Program play or random play
  • Dolby Digital audio output for a surround sound system
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Magnavox
  • Model: DV220MW9
  • Color Name: Black

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 7 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 7.4 pounds
  • ASIN: B002RUJB3S
  • Item model number: DV220MW9
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (72 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,049 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 1, 2009

Product Description

NEW gear for watching your OLD movies! Magnavox VCR / DVD Combo, SAVE! Embrace DVD technology without chucking those good tapes to the curb. These VCR / DVD Combos offer the best of both worlds... a top-quality 4-head VCR as well as a DVD player. These are refurbished models, fresh from the Magnavox maintenance center. All are checked out and certified to work 100% like new. The only difference you'll see is the BIG BUCKS OFF you save! Bridge the tech divide: 4-head hi-fi stereo VCR; DVD player; Time / index search, auto head cleaning; Dolby digital stream out; Line-in recording; Front A/V inputs for easy setup, includes remote control and 3' A/V cables; Trilingual on-screen display in English / French / Spanish. UL-listed. 60" cord with polarized plug. Measures 17 x 9 x 3 3/4" h. Weighs 5 lbs., 9 ozs.; Get yours today! Refurbished Magnavox VCR / DVD Combo

Customer Reviews

My family and I have enjoyed this product which plays both VCR tapes and DVD.
Tommie L. James
When playing a cassette, there is a buzz in the audio channels, as loud as the sound tract at the start of each tape and less loud as the tape plays.
Mark A Young
Frankly, I am surprised Magnavox is still making products and people continue to buy them.
Brian A. Gilbert

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

41 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Ransom Park on December 22, 2009
Just like the first reviewer said, these players are junk. Strangely, the DVD portion has excellent picture and sound, but the VCR portion audio is analog. It's taken off the linear audio track running along the edge of the tape, which is old school. So, the sound is weak and fidelity is very poor. You would think people buy a combo unit so they could still play their VHS movies. Evidently Magnavox figured people buy a combo unit because they look neat or something. The VHS portion of these players is nearly useless. Don't buy one if you plan on playing your VHS movies. Especially if they're movies with special effects or lots of music. There's no bass whatsoever, and very weak everything else. I'd rate it zero stars if I could, so that one star is way more than it deserves. I'm going to avoid any and all Magnavox products. They've shown their true colors with this unit.
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67 of 71 people found the following review helpful By Michael Pitonza on November 13, 2009
It's a shame that a company like Magnavox, which used to put out some fine quality products, would put their nameplate on garbage like this. Bought for my 80 year old mother-in-law we found that the DVD plays and sounds fine, but the VCR is pretty much horrible. Terribly poor quality. It records only in MONO!...is ANYTHING mono anymore? And it doesn't play well with other machines. She has to blast the TV volume on any tape from another machine. That means when you turn off the player, the TV (now playing regular cable TV) is blasting. Mom-in-law jumps a foot. Many features which used to be present on VCR's are not here. No TV/VCR button to check on regular TV while watching a tape and nothing to tell you how much tape is left. No front line-in jacks for the grandchildren coming over with video games and now forced to pull out the TV to plug in their toys. And setting the timer is bewilderingly tedious...plus, mom-in-law is going crazy listening to the cacophony of noise coming from the VCR motor. Literally...whirls, squeaks and chatters...heard by her though she's going deaf. This is a 6 month old machine no less! All in all, a waste of [...] bucks.
I understand that VCR is an archaic technology but there are a lot of older folks out there who will continue to use them...so if Magnavox doesn't mind taking their money, at least give them their moneys worth!
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28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By S. Garth on February 8, 2010
I gave this a one star because there is no way to give a negative number of stars! We bought a total of 4 of these all the exact same. Less than 6 months later EVERY one of them has bit the dust. The first one the VCR went out followed by the DVD and all the others the DVDs went out. 5 months later, 4 machines and we have 1 left that the VCR works on (and not well!). 1 year warranty is a joke. The 800 number is a recording that will tell you that for that product number you have to visit the website. The website has the model number listed and when you click on it says that information is no longer available. I have kept boxes, receipts, and owners manuals and the only thing that it seems like they are going to be good for is the recycle bin! Sad that what used to be reliable brand names have fallen by the way side!
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Ted on February 13, 2011
I just got my Magnavox combo but I've already watched a couple of tapes and one DVD with none of the problems I'm reading here. Sound quality and volume on the tape is essentially the same as with the TV and the VCR motor is noiseless. I didn't have to adjust the volume when I switched from one mode to the other and the small speakers on my TV aren't exactly great for good bass no matter what. All I wanted was a machine to play my discs and tapes and this one fits the bill quite nicely so far.

It was really simple to hook it up and get it operating, the remote is easy to understand and read, and it looks tidy and compact. The operations buttons on the front of the unit are easy to see and read, too, unlike so many that have black buttons on a black background with charcoal gray labels to tell what they do. For right at 40 dollars including an optional one year money back warranty and free shipping, it was a super bargain. Maybe the outfit I ordered it from rejects any that are poorly refurbished. The only reason I gave it 4 stars is that I haven't had it very long so I don't want to be overly enthusiastic yet.
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By SDJ on January 23, 2010
My parents bought this. When my father had trouble setting it up he asked me to try. Neither of us could find an input connection for the VCR. I finally found a notation in the manual about connecting a camcorder or other device to the recorder, but nothing about TV.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By pinkdolphin615 on March 6, 2011
yesterday i bought this product...it played one dvd all the way thru and then when we tried to play another one it played almost halfway thru and said there was a disc error...then it wouldnt let me get the dvd out...i had to unscrew the top to get to my dvd to get it out...well we tried another dvd (a brand new one) and it did the exact same thing...i took it back to the store to get a refund and one of the ladies said her father has brought back 3 of these...i totally would not recommend this product.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Syri on September 20, 2010
I NEEDED a combo, non negotioable. WELL, after having to hook it THROUGH a cable box, then THROUGH my old VCR...it sucks. The VHS works ok for me, but the dvd portion is a NIGHTMARE. I can't get through a 25 minute tv episode without it stickling like bubble gum. It skips like a darn double dutch team. This is what I get for buying the cheaper model at Walmart
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