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Toshiba SD-V295 Tunerless DVD VCR Combo Player

by Toshiba

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  • DVD and VCR Combo Player
  • One Touch Recording
  • ColorStream Pro Progressive Scan Component Video Outputs
  • Simultaneous DVD Playback and VHS Record
  • 7.70 Lbs (WxLxH) 9.00" x 16.95" x 3.53"
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Brand NameToshiba
Item Weight7.7 pounds
Product Dimensions17 x 3.5 x 9 inches
Item model numberSD-V295
Color NameBlack
  
Additional Information
ASINB000MXB33S
Best Sellers Rank #12,778 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight10 pounds
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Shipping Advisory:This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
Date First AvailableApril 18, 2005
  
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  • Brand Name: Toshiba
  • Model: SD-V295
  • Item Package Quantity: 1
  • Video Head Quantity: 4
  • Video Tape Playback Speed: SP
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Product Description

TOSHIBA SD-V295 DVD and VCR Combo Player. Combines the picture and sound advantages of a progressive scan DVD player with the convenient recording and playback options of a video cassette recorder, all in one slim chassis. One Touch Recording provides a simple and convenient way to make a recording. Simply connect your DVD/VCR to your cable or satellite box and then to your monitor/TV and you are set to record a tape with the push of one button. ColorStream Pro Progressive Scan Component Video Outputs compatible with todays finest analog and digital televisions for delivery of stunningly colorful images. Simultaneous DVD playback and VHS Record for watching a DVD while recording a TV program. JPEG Viewer enables a user to display digital photographs on a television set in the JPEG digital format.

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Customer Reviews

Highly unrecommended, what a disappointment in Toshiba.
Seaman
I am stuck with it the warranty is out and I am not gonna pay out more money to have it fixed when Toshiba should learn how to make GOOD products!
S. J. Fields
It would load a tape, but not play it, fast forward, rewind, or anything.
K. Gibbons

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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By U2pop on July 8, 2007
Picked this up from BestBuy last night - should have thought twice as there was one on the shelf that had been returned already. It does not come with a tuner so without a cable or satellite box you're screwed.

My television lacks RCA jacks so I have an RCA/Coax converter. So far so good but the annoying part that I can't figure out is that I have to move the cables from VCR OUT to VCR IN when I want to record something, then back to VCR OUT when I want to watch!

The DVD part worked fine, no real problem there, picture quality looks good and the VCR recording quality looks great. The remote is a joke. You have to press combination keys to get things to work and it was very confusing to learn. It also hates to leave DVD mode. You cannot turn off the DVD side and only focus on the VCR ergo you'll be programming a timer or something and suddenly you're in DVD mode!

The other model at BestBuy was the Sony SLV-D380P. As far as I can tell it's just as bad but with an extra $10 Sony markup!
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42 of 46 people found the following review helpful By Mark Bendig on May 9, 2007
The unit itself worked fine and seems like a good value for the price. BUT. The remote control requires a full 5 seconds after you press a button before you can press that button again, or any other button. That's a long slow count of 5 in between button presses. The manual warns of a delay in the fine print, but 5 seconds for each button press? It would have taken me a week to set the clock!

Perhaps my particular unit was an outlier in this regard (can they all be like this?) so if you want this product you should probably check out your exact unit right at the store before buying.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By S. J. Hall on January 3, 2008
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This is exactly what we needed and it works just the way that I would expect. We have had it for several weeks now and we watch movies and shows with it daily. It hasn't given us a moment of trouble and let's face it; vcr's are not as easy to find as they use to be.

I don't see any other product like this being a better deal than this.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Edward S. on May 2, 2008
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I haven't had this very long, so I can't comment on it's reliability, just it's function. It works fine as far as recording and playback of VHS tape, and the DVD is good. I esp. like the DVD feature that remembers where you left off viewing a DVD. When you power the unit up, it starts right where you stopped the DVD. Great for those 3 and 4 hour movies it takes 2 (or 3) days to watch. The function indicators for DVD or VCR are tiny little boxes on the unit, and are both the same color. I wish they would have just made them different colored lights, or 1 led for VCR and 2 for DVD or some such...of course you can tell which function you're on if the TV is on, but if you just want to eject a disk or tape, you have to be right in front of the player to see which function you've got. The remote control is the big problem with this otherwise nice deal. It's only 6" long and 2" wide, and the buttons are tiny, and the print by the buttons is microscopic. And you can see the labels for the DVD functions OK (barely), but for the VHS functions, they used a dark mustard colored print that is awful to try and see. You need to keep a flashlight handy, which (along with the tiny buttons) kind of takes away that "braille" method of getting used to your remote. Luckily, I had a larger remote from another Toshiba DVD player I own. It's cream colored (as opposed to black, like the new one) and has big, easy to read labels, but I still have to use the new one for the VCR. So why the tiny remote for this job-ee-do? I don't know. Also, on the remote, they put the REW and FWD buttons right in between the SKIP FWD and BACK buttons, so you try to go for the rewind or forward on a DVD, and end up skipping froward or back a whole scene! Very painful!Read more ›
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Allen W. Graves on January 6, 2008
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Deliver was as forecast by Amazon.
This replaced my previous Tobshiba VCR and DVD player. Operation was integrated and much simpler than with the previous two pieces of equipment. Installation was almost nothing. Plugged it in as described in the summary sheet, turned it on, and all worked without a problem.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By P. Hishmeh on June 4, 2008
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i bought two of these. one as a gift. both have worked great for about a year. it is clear the unit does not have a tuner. the greatest thing about it is it plays divX files. burn a set of divX files to a dvd and insert it. you get a menu of all the files, select one and it will play, turn off the machine and when it restarts it will go right back to where it left off. this means you can put as many as seven divX movies on a single dvd, and play them as you like.

for me the weakest thing is the black face on the remote which makes it awful to see in even semi-darkness.

the remote is not 5 seconds slow on either of the two purchased. and the reason i came back here is to price another one for another friend who saw mine and wants one of their own.
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16 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Mary Alexander on June 4, 2007
I didn't have the problem with the 5 second delay. BUT this unit has no recorder and if you want to record content from your TV you MUST connect this through your cable BOX. There is no way to hook it up directly to your cable wire. Which was no big deal except I had to play "musical" DVD players because I bought it to put in a room with no cable box.

The picture quality is fine and so far it works well.
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