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The applications of the Recorder 2 Plus are virtually endless. You can watch your favorite late-night talk show or morning news show on your commute or during your lunch break, enjoy the movies of your choice during a cross-country flight, capture your video game highlights and e-mail them to friends or opponents, or digitize your home movies for viewing with friends. Everything is at your fingertips.
The quality of the recordings depends on the quality of the original content and signal, but the Neuros Recorder 2 Plus captures its footage at 30 frames per second with a 640 x 480 resolution (close to DVD quality). Users can then save the content via one of several resolution/compression options. The resolution methods include VGA for TV playback; WQGVA for the PSP; QVGA (15 and 30 frames per second) and QVGA 3GP for handhelds such as the PSP, iPod, SmartPhones, PDAs, and Pocket PCs; and QCIF and QCIF 3GP for mobile phones. The compression options, meanwhile, consist of superfine, fine, normal, and economy. Note that the superfine and fine settings are only available for the VGA resolution.
Operating the Neuros requires almost no learning curve, as the device uses your TV screen for all the menu controls. With its credit-card-sized remote, it's a cinch to move through the menus and select the handheld device you want to use for viewing. Simply choose the iPod or PSP, for example, and the Recorder 2 Plus encodes the recording into the proper format, so you don't have to worry about details like frame rates, bit rates, or codec types. The device even offers programmable and timer recording functions, just like a traditional VCR.
The Recorder 2 Plus records onto the following memory cards: Secure Digital (SD), MiniSD, MicroSD (Transflash), MultiMediaCard (MMC), Compact Flash (CF) type I and II, Memory Stick Pro, Duo and Pro Duo, and Microdrive. Other details include a JPEG photo viewer with a slide-show option, a one-click record feature from the remote, and upgradeable firmware. The Recorder 2 Plus measures 4.6 by 0.71 by 3.42 inches (W x H x D) and is backed by a 90-day warranty on labor and a one-year warranty on parts.
What's in the Box
Recorder 2 Plus system, standard A/V RCA cables, power supply, remote control, software CD-ROM, user's manual.
What I received and what was advertized was two completely different things. There is NO chance that this ever was a 900.00 item. It couldn't have cost more than 40. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Donna Allon
I only gave this product a star because I couldn't go any lower. This machine is completely unreliable. Read morePublished on June 4, 2008 by R. Bailey
The Neuros MPEG-4 records video very well. I record alot of my favorite Family Guy clips off of my TIVO and then put them on my IMAC or my PSP. They look and sound great. Read morePublished on May 24, 2008 by Jason Bernstein
The good news is that if you want to make copies of video suitable for an iPod or other small screen device, you can do it as long as the video source has a single analog out for... Read morePublished on May 10, 2008 by moose_of_many_waters
i did some research before i bought this ,and i just love the neuros . i recorded some of my bands videos from a dvd on to a compact flash card ,then i put the flash card into my... Read morePublished on May 4, 2008 by N. Koga
Does the MPEG-4 Recorder 2 Plus need a major makeover to become easier to use? Yes. Are there errors in the instruction manual that will confuse the new user? Yes. Read morePublished on April 30, 2008 by Sacratomato
This seems like a great idea... in fact so great I ordered it from Amazon based on the info provided in the description. Read morePublished on January 22, 2008 by Zen