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Panasonic DMR-EH69 320GB HDD Multi Region DVD Recorder (PAL SYSTEM) Will not work on American TV

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  • Hard Disk Drive Recording: The versatile DMR-EH69GC-K lets you record TV programs on the hard disk drive (HDD), as well as copy music, movies, and photos to it. Recording time using the HDD ranges from 71 hours in XP Mode to 567 hours in EP Mode.
  • The convenient USB port lets you connect devices such as flash drives and digital cameras to the DMR-EH69GC-K to play music, view photos, and watch videos.
  • The DMR-EH69GC-K makes it easy to view JPEG files and transfer JPEG and MPEG2 files to the HDD or to a DVD disc. The recorder accepts SD/SDHC/MultiMedia cards and, with an optional adapter, miniSD and microSD cards
  • With the DMR-EH69GC-K, you have a wide variety of file formats that you can play. The DVD recorder can handle virtually all DVD/CD disc formats, while the built-in USB port can play files recorded in the MP3, DivX, JPEG, and WMA formats.
  • Recording time using 4.7GB single-sided discs ranges from 1 hour in XP Mode to 8 hours in EP Mode. For 8.5GB dual-layer discs, recording time ranges from 1 hour 45 minutes in XP Mode to 14 hours 20 minutes in EP Mode.
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Brand NamePanasonic
Item Weight10 pounds
Product Dimensions20 x 17 x 6 inches
Item model numberDMR-EH69GC-K
Color NameBlack
  
Additional Information
ASINB0031WLDWS
Best Sellers Rank #75,752 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight12.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableDecember 24, 2009
  
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  • Brand Name: Panasonic
  • Model: DMR-EH69GC-K

Product Description

The Panasonic DMR-EH69 Multi-System, Multi-Zone DVD-Recorder combines functionality and versatility, with abilities to record your favorite TV shows (PAL format only) or home movies onto a slew of DVD formats. The internal 320GB hard disc drive can record up to 71 hours high-resolution video, or up to 567 hours low-resolution video. Your current DVD library will look and sound better than ever before, because this recorder is a progressive scan player capable of upconverting your DVDs to a high-definition experience. Moreover, this recorder offers incredible features that will be hard to match. Enjoy the awesome power of Dolby Digital and DTS audio decoding, one second quick-start recording, VIERA Link Control, SD Slot, DV (IEEE) input, and HDMI output. With worldwide features, connectivity to virtually any A/V source, hi-speed dubbing, and simultaneous recording and playback capabilities, your entertainment choices are endless with the Panasonic DMR-EH69. DV (IEEE 1394) Input Dolby Digital and DTS Sound DivX Home Theater Certified SD/SDHC Memory Card Slot Multi-Language System Full-Feature Remote Control Specifications System PAL/NTSC Region 1 - 5 Hard Disk Drive 320GB Recording Time XP - Approx. 71 hours, SP - Approx. 142 hours, LP - Approx. 284 hours, EP - Approx. 426 hours/567 hours Progressive Scan Output HD Upconversion DVDs recorded in ALL-REGION FORMAT with this DVD recorder can be played back on virtually any DVD player in the world PAL or NTSC DVD playback of any region (Region-Free) PAL B/G, I, D/K TV Tuner (No NTSC Tuner) (Plays PAL/NTSC Disc on a PAL TV, NTSC Disc on NTSC TV) Records in ALL-REGION FORMAT on DVD-R, DVD+R, DVD-RW, DVD+RW or DVD-RAM From

Customer Reviews

And these were very minimal.
joe
One of the reasons to consider buying one of these, This thing is great for hooking up analog video to one of the current HDTVs.
video king
The quality of the dub is actually quite good IMO.
jjeff

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60 of 63 people found the following review helpful By jjeff on April 26, 2011
Even though the description mentions not for North American use, it works just fine here with a few exceptions. #1 is it has no NTSC/North American tuner(digital or the old analog) it ONLY records NTSC from a line output device(VCR, DVD player, STB with line outputs, DVR etc.). It WON'T work from a device that only outputs RF(for example from a cheap DTA converter box you get free from your cable company, they only output RF channel 3/4 which this DVDR won't tune).
Another slight issue has to do with black level. Since this is a INTERNATIONAL DVDR and not really meant for the North American market it is designed for the INTERNATIONAL black level of IRE 0. North American devices output +7.5 IRE from their line outputs. What this means is unless you slightly darken your source video it will be a tad bit washed out(blacks will not be truly black but slightly gray). If you're recording from a device that has a setting for DARKER(most DVD players have this setting) you won't have a problem and your DVDs will come out just fine. If you don't correct the source you can correct this by slightly turning down the brightness on your TV, but note the DVDs will still be recorded with a slightly raised black level.
This unit is 120v/220v 50/60 Hz compatible and even though the plug is the two round style all you need is a $1 adapter that should be provided by the seller and you can plug it into our outlets.
Like all current Panasonics this one has full resolution LP(4hrs/SL DVD), records to DL media(first record to HDD then HS copy to DL media) and the very handy FR recording speed where you can fill up a DVD with anywhere between 1-8 hours of material.
When you set the recorder up you specify if you want it to record in NTSC or PAL, chose NTSC for North American use.
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27 of 27 people found the following review helpful By MDK on October 25, 2011
Anyone that use to have the Panasonic DMR EH55 will love this machine. It does almost everything the EH55 will do. Smooth running, Lots of hard drive, (73hours XP) DVD works smooth, and Edits really nice.
This units comes set up to Pal, but in about 2 min you can change it into a NTSC system. Should come with a electrical plug adaptor,
This unit will work great if you use a cable box or a sat reciever or even if you have a HI-FI vcr will also work. As your channel changer. This unit does not have a tuner for North America. Use the component (rca) connections works great. Set the eh69 to input AV4)
I've bought 3, 1 for each tv in the house. Have it hooked up to a flat screen panasonic 2 Years old, a 10 year old panasonic, and a 1 year old Haire tv. All works great.
To swith this unit from Pal to NTSC is very simple, On the remote hit function, then to tv connection then where it says Pal, click to NTSC and everything switches over.
You might need a convertor to hold the V-Hold when you first hook it up. The 10 year old Panasonic v-hold was going crazy, but the Haier held the v-hold until I swithed from Pal to NTSC. But once changed everything works great and no need for a convertor.
One more thing is when you first get this unit it will seem like forever for the unit to turn on, this is because it comes shipped in power save mode, Turn this off or it will seem like it takes forever to turn on. If you want to record something fast like the EH55's, then turn this very annoying power save off, and the unit will start up very quickly.
Anyway great machine and works great.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Doug W on October 20, 2012
My intent was to purchase this DVR from Amazon initially but frankly found a lower price from another vendor. This is not usually the case but this time it was.

First and foremost, I understand most consumers in North America are not going to be interested in any component that doesn't carry a North American warranty. I decided to purchase this unit w/o a warranty based on the Panasonic name and the fact that I'm a techie. This is my 5th DVR/DMR with all in perfect working condition and each serving its purpose in my technical world of video components. Having said all that, the Panasonic EH69 has a massive hard drive (massive 320GB for any DVR/DMR). I wasn't concerned whatsoever about switching PAL to NTSC or any voltage/cycle issues because this information was clearly defined to me by researching the product manual PDF online long before making any purchase. I knew that the S-Video inputs and outputs were limited by default (1 input on the front, 1 on the rear) 1 output on the rear). This was easily increased by adding two SCART s-Video adapters to the rear panel providing an additional input and output.

The comments by other reviewers mentioning the depth issues of blacks are true but if I were blindfolded and led into a room where two different units were playing, I doubt I could tell the difference. This was a non-issue for me personally. The up-scaling to plasma or LCD is awesome.
The tuner was a non issue because I'm using a cable set top box. This unit has many more positives than negatives. I would have preferred 12 hour time increments rather than 24 but after all, this is a non North American model. My unit also came with the USA male plug adapter and once connected it's a forgotten issue. The editing features perform smoothly and precisely.
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