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Magnavox ZV427MG9 DVD Recorder & 4-Head Hi-Fi VCR, HDMI 1080p Up-Conversion, No Tuner

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  • DVD Player/Recorder; Video Cassette Recorder (Line In Recording, No Tuner) though Cable/Satellite Box.
  • Four VCR Video Heads, Dolby Digital Recording
  • One Touch Recording, Upto 12 Program Recording. Dubbing Mode. Left Channel Stereo Recording
  • Progressive Scan System. High Definition Multi-Media Interface (HDMI)
  • Theater Surround Sound. Virtual Surround System
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10.3 x 17.2 x 4 inches ; 9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 11.8 pounds
  • ASIN: B00BU7TV6G
  • Item model number: ZV427MG9
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (139 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #41,516 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 3, 2010
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Product Description

Magnavox combines a DVD Recorder with a 4-Head Hi-Fi Stereo VCR, making a great addition to your home entertainment center. With video features like HDMI 1080p Up-Conversion along with progressive scan capability and satellite link recording, Magnavox ensures that you get the most for your money.

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Customer Reviews

Instruction manual easy to follow.
doglover28644
Quite frankly, I'm tired of spending my money sending back defects, when their replacements don't work either!
Elaine Priday
This is a must have if you want to transfer your old VHS tapes to DVD!!!!
Hankman

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62 of 62 people found the following review helpful By i7Rage on December 1, 2010
SUMMARY: works beautifully to transfer VHS tapes to DVD as long as you don't need to do any editing.

I bought this VHS/DVD recorder to transfer old home movies to DVD. It's difficult if not impossible to edit those DVD's on this machine although that functionality is supposed to be included to a limited extent. My machine was missing a key menu item described in the manual. And after attempting an edit, the sound and picture would get out of sync on other DVD players. In order to dub without error I had to dub all the way through a VHS tape without any stops or pauses or edits. Later I would transfer everything to my computer and edit there. Overall I am pleased with the results and pricing. I would purchase this unit again.
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122 of 128 people found the following review helpful By Ann on July 29, 2010
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I purchased a factory refurb of this machine via Amazon, in order to transfer NTSC home videos of my son. It came in perfect condition, is easy to use, and creates consistently good DVD copies. I would definitely recommend it.
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115 of 121 people found the following review helpful By Mincks 2 on October 14, 2010
I was replacing a non-working DVD recorder, which probably explains why I didn't even have to read the book to use this remarkably easy machine. It makes clear copies. I love it, and would recommend it to anyone needing a VCR/DVD recorder.
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65 of 70 people found the following review helpful By glaughr on January 13, 2011
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Ok, if you're buying a product to convert VHS tapes to DVD disks (like I was), there are much less costly and simpler ways to do it. One of the $10 VHS to digital converters should suffice. I purchased this one for my Dad because he is not computer savvy and I didn't want him to have to use a computer. I thought it would be a simpler (all in one) unit that he could use to get the job done. As it turns out, it is simply a VCR/DVD-player/burner and must be used in the traditional (connected to a TV) way. I had hoped to be able to (without a TV)pop in a VHS tape, press "Play" on the VHS and "Record" on the DVD. Not so. You have to connect it to a TV and go through the on-screen menus to get to the VHS to DVD option. Also, there are no specific instructions for doing the VHS to DVD copy. After searching and re-searching the manual, I finally found a small section that refers to "Dubbing". You'll want to use the dubbing instructions for the VHS to DVD copy capability. Sigh...after all of this, you absolutely CAN convert your VHS tapes to DVD but it's more than most would need. This unit is primarily a VHS/DVD unit (with DVD recorder)that you would use in the conventional way, so, if you need to replace one of those, this would be a great fit. If you want to convert VHS to DVD but don't want to add or replace a VHS unit in your media cabinet, there are other options that would suffice.
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86 of 97 people found the following review helpful By Off4good on December 28, 2010
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This product may copy dvd to vhs, but only in the most remote circumstances will it record from a vhs to a dvd. It won't copy any vhs videos that you have purchased and won't copy most if not all of your home movies. Only if you specifically recorded your home movies on an unprotected style of vhs will it allow you to make a dvd. All others fail after a few seconds because of magnetic security measures on the actual tape itself. About 95% of all vhs tapes are of this style and will not allow you to use a device like this.

Returned the product after having it out of the box for 15 minutes, paid for the return shipping and they still only refunded 85% of the purchase price even after saying they would offer a full refund.
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40 of 43 people found the following review helpful By maggie on February 24, 2011
This is the worst electronic investment I ever made. It functioned for awhile and then began making awful noises and chewing up the tapes I was transferring to DVD.
Magnavox gave me the run around, even though the machine was under warranty. After being hung up on, transferred to a non-existent department, and generally thwarted at every turn by their terrible representatives, I was told that although the parts were still covered, the labor was not and it would cost me $60.00 to have them fix it.
Why would I spend another $60 when I can buy one from another company.
Do I have to tell you this product is made in China?
This is NOT your father's Magnavox.
You may as well set fire to your money as buy a Magnavox product.
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Mari Linville on April 10, 2012
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I was leery about buying a remanufactured item, but I read a lot of positive reviews on it compared to the negative ones, so I decided to take a chance...afterall, it's easy to return items on Amazon when they don't work. right? Easy right, but in this case, costly.

I spent a frustrating afternoon/evening and several DVDs trying to get it to record VHS to DVD. The instruction booklet is almost worthless. I ended up referring to one of the reviews that gave some instruction. I evenutally got the beginning of a bad recording, then it was blank. I gave up at that point and asked to send it back.

I've shopped through Amazon for years and the relatively few times I've returned items I've always gotten a return label and full credit. This time I was not given a return label, just an address to send it back to, which turned out to be the next town over. I asked if I could drop it off to save the postage. They wouldn't let me. When I received the credit it was only for the item plus tax. They did not refund their shipping, the tax on their shipping, and I paid for the return postage. It cost me a total of $40.63 to try out an item that didn't work.

I suggest when you're researching the item, you also research who you're buying it from and their return policies. If it's not Amazon, even though you're buying it through Amazon, it may be a costly experience like I had.
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