|Item Weight||9.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||10.6 x 17.1 x 4 inches|
|Item model number||DVR670|
|Specification Met||Energy Star|
|Special Features||DC in Jack|
- DC in Jack
Toshiba's D-VR670 combines the functionality of multiple A/V components into a single, compact unit. The combination of a DVD player and VCR lets you enjoy audio and video from a variety of sources, or transfer video from DVD to VHS (and vice versa). Integrated digital and analog tuners allow you to receive over-the-air television content without a separate converter box, and when combined with DVD-recording capabilities, make it possible to record TV programming to DVD. As an added bonus, the D-VR670's video-upscaling technology enhances standard-definition DVD video to near-HD 1080p levels, for a better HDTV experience.
A built-in ATSC/NTSC/QAM digital/analog tuner allows for tuning of digital channels from over-the-air broadcast or cable, including "cable-in-the-clear" digital channels.
The D-VR670 provides serious recording media convenience, with the ability to record to both DVD-R/RW and DVD+R/RW recordable DVD formats and to VHS tape. Program up to 12 TV recordings, or copy DVDs over to VHS tapes (and vice versa). When recording DVDs, enjoy the convenience of automatic chapter markers, title menu/playlist making, and finalizing.
A variety of digital formats are also supported, for those who have a lot of media on their computers and other devices. Enjoy MP3/WMA audio, JPEG images/photos, and DivX format video from CD-R/RW discs. DivX files can also be recorded on DVD-RW/-R and DVD+RW/+R.
Take advantage of modern HDTVs with DVD video upconversion to 1080p resolution, via the D-VR670's HDMI output. Take your current DVDs to a new level, for a more detailed viewing experience.
One-Touch Recording makes recording your favorite show simple. Just connect the D-VR670 to your cable or satellite box, and you're set to record with the push of one button.
Right up front, the D-VR670 boasts a DV input, making it easy to save your precious memories to DVD. Front RCA audio/video input jacks are also provided for connecting additional A/V devices without digging around behind the unit. The rear of the unit also features an S-VHS input and another set of RCA audio/video inputs, and of course an antenna input/output.
For connecting the D-VR670, you'll also have a variety of output options: HDMI for audio and video over a single cable (and DVD upconversion), component and RCA video outputs, S-video output, and both RCA/digital coaxial audio outputs.
When connecting the unit to a compatible amplifier or decoder, you can enjoy surround sound from your DVDs in both Dolby Digital and DTS formats. Audio can be transmitted with video over HDMI, and both digital coaxial and standard RCA audio outs are provided, for a variety of connectivity options.
|Playable Formats:||DVD-Video, DVD-R/RW, DVD+R/RW, CD-DA, CD-R/RW, VCD, SVCD; VHS Cassette; MP3/WMA/JPEG/DivX files from CD-R/RW Disc; DivX files from DVD-R/RW and DVD+R/RW|
|Video D/A Converter:||54MHz/10-Bit|
|Tuner Channels:||ATSC/NTSC/QAM Digital Tuning|
|Front DV Input:||1|
|Front A/V Input:||1|
|Rear S-Video Input/Output:||1/1|
|Rear RCA-Video Input/Output:||1/1|
|Rear Analog Audio Input/Output:||1/1|
|Coaxial Digital Audio Output:||1/1|
|Weight and Dimensions|
|Dimensions (WxHxD):||17.13 x 3.92 x 10.55 Inches (W x H x D)|
Toshiba DVR670 DVD Recorder, Remote Control with Batteries, RF Coaxial Cable, RCA Audio/Video Cables, Owner's Manual, Quick Setup Guide
|This Product Is ENERGY STAR® Qualified|
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Good product. Picture not as clear as I'm accustomed to, but otherwise it does what it's supposed to do.Published 1 month ago by serious
Cuts the cable and cuts the cost of home entertainment viewing . Basically it's T*VO without a monthly charge. You own it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by 1busydad
AT FIRST I COULD NOT CONNECT THIS DEVICE TO MY TV WHICH IS NOT DIGITAL OR HD. I THOUGHT I COULD CONNECT IT LIKE MY LAST RECORDER WHICH WAS A PANASONIC . Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
The device has been working without a glitch for copying family VHS tapes to DVD. The remote is easy to use and is loaded with many features. Playback quality is very good.Published 6 months ago by RmC
Very good unit with built in tuner for 'Over The Air' TV reception.Has performed with no problems.The only 'Hiccups' have
been problems with some DVD discs in the form of... Read more