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JVC HRXVC11B Progressive Scan DVD Player and VCR Combo

3.7 out of 5 stars 29 customer reviews
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  • Multi DVD (-R/RW,+R/RW) Playback
  • JPEG Playback
  • Timer Link
  • Slim Design: 3.1¿
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: JVC
  • Model Number: HRXVC11B
  • Audio Output Mode: (Dolby Digital)
  • Surround Sound Effects: Dolby Digital (Digital out only)
  • Form Factor: Tabletop
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Product Description

JVC HRXVC11B Progressive Scan DVD/VCR Combo Player Convenience and practicality combine in this DVD/VCR combo player from JVC! Watch your VHS or DVD movies whenever you want with the expedience of a system that can play both. A myriad of playback formats as well as a progressive scan output make for an impressive value. Also, feel free to record all of your home movies from DVD on to VHS to further preserve those precious memories forever. The system comes without a tuner and its important to remember that it must be connected to a cable box or satellite receiver in order to record broadcast TV. This combo player is particularly great for the film fan who's not keen on parting with their collection of VHS tapes. Have it both ways with the JVC HRXVC11B Progressive Scan DVD/VCR Combo Player! Specifications Tuner-free DVD player and VHS recorder Progressive scan output Playback formats: DVD, DVD+/-R/RW, CD-R/RW, DVD-RAM, VHS, VCD, MP3, JPEG digital stills DVD to VHS direct record (non-copyrighted material only) Timer-link recording SQPB (S-VHS quasi playback) VHS hi-fi stereo 14bit/108MHz Video D/A Converter Connections One composite in One composite out One component out One coaxial digital audio out Includes Remote with batteries AV cable AC cord Owner's manual Dimensions: 3"H x 10"D x 17"W Weight: 10 lbs. Warranty: 90 day parts and labor vendor warranty NOTE: Cable or satellite TV service required to record television programs. This tunerless device must be connected to cable box or satellite receiver and TV to record broadcast television.

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Technical Details

Brand Name JVC
Item Weight 8.2 pounds
Product Dimensions 10.3 x 16.9 x 3.1 inches
Item model number HRXVC11B
Color Name Black
Built In Decoders Dolby Digital

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ASIN B0015IL56Y
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3.7 out of 5 stars 29 customer reviews

3.7 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #144,211 in Home Theater (See top 100)
#369 in Electronics > Televisions & Video > DVD Players & Recorders > DVD Players
Shipping Weight 11 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First Available October 2, 2001

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By Tony Polito on October 18, 2008
I recommend buyers look at the Amazon reviews for defunct JVC VHS/DVD
dual deck products before they purchase any current dual deck model.
They have a proven history of extremely poor build quality. JVC keeps
rapidly changing model numbers, which makes this more difficult for
the consumer to discover. However they all look very similar with
only slight cosmetic differences.

Search on these item numbers and see for yourself:

JVC SR-MV40US

* Built Defective, I bought and returned three of these units (12/2007)
* Faulty DVD Drive is a known inevitable problem on every unit (11/2007)
* Worked well while it worked (10/2007)
* Disk Error on most discs after 5 months of owning the unit (08/2007)
* No luck with this (06/2007)
* Problem unit (05/2007)

JVC HRXVC27U (5 1-stars out of 8)

* 1yr and 1/2 and it died (02/2005)
* Worst home electronic device I've ever owned (03/2006)
* Barely outlived the warranty (10/2005)
* the J must stand for Junk (05/2005)

JVC DRMV5S (8 1-stars out of 16)

* Do Not Buy The JVC DRMV5S DVD ... (09.2007)
* JVC DRMV5S is defective! (03/2007)
* Total Junk and they Know it ! (12/2006)
* There's got to be something better (03/2006)
* JVC should be ashamed! (01/2006)
* Died after two weeks (10/2005)

A search on "Jvc Hi-fi Vcr/DVD Combo" search yields the following models:

JVC HRXVC29S

* I had the unit for under a year, and one day ... it just froze (04/2006)
* What a disapointment after only 2 years (03/2006)

JVC HRXVC15S (1 1-star, 1 2-star out of 2 reviews)

* Factory Defect....
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I purchased this product because the information seemed complete and it seemed to fit my existing equipment. I also saw reviews of other items which were less than cheering. This one was unreviewed, and, thus, a mistake to purchase. When I received the unit, after trying and failing to follow the instructions, I called JVC "product service" who tell me, for the first time, that this model is not supported by a simple cable connection, but needs a box. Thankfully, Amazon sent approval for return of the unit. I would have given this zero stars, but that seems not allowed.
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The machine is working perfectly so far. The only problem that I have had with it had to do with my not knowing hat tuner-free meant when I ordered it, consequently there is no place to screw the coax into the back. It plays DVD's and Tapes perfectly but that is all that it does. The clock, the timer and all the recording on the VCR does not work at all.This comes from being ignorant of all the changes in the machines.I guess that I will just have to keep bumbling through.
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I've played lots of tapes (that I recorded from other VCRs) and after about 10-15 minutes the sound starts fading out and then comes back. It does this repeatedly making the tapes hard to watch. The tech at the store I bought it from tells me that there is nothing wrong with the set and they refuse to do anything, but meanwhile it keeps giving me problems. They blame it on the tapes and the sets I recorded them from, but I don't believe them. I tape on two different VCRs in other rooms, and I watch the tapes on two other VCRs (all my five VCRs are new) and this is the only VCR that gives me trouble. Buy some other machine, not this.

New review - I moved this VCR to another TV set and it played OK. No problems. Maybe something else caused the problem. I moved a different VCR to the place I had a problem and its OK. So I am at a loss for an explanation right now.
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Poor reliability. After a year of not too frequent use, my JVC VCR/DVD was unusable--The video output was often distorted in some manner. Tried various remedies, but nothing worked. Wasn't worth fixing. JVC has certainly declined in quality--Maybe because they're now making products in Indonesia.
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the unit as received seems decent. operating the VCR reveals a lot to be wanting. the accepting and reading of the tape is not stellar fast, nor is it mechanically smooth or relatively quiet. Remote is avg. the biggest disappointment is in the inputs and the DVD format support. No coax input. just mere disc component YBR output and some share VCR/DVD composite outputs.
playing a disc like video VCD or the likes will not be recognized, after what appears to be forever media-read process. Only the very official DVD format will be decoded or played and, yet it would take some time for even that to be recognized. Response to the remote is not stellar, and playing back a VHS or rewinding it yields clunky response that usually does not exist on Sony SLV combo models. Do yourself a favor: try to search where to get a decent used Sony models first before spending $99 on this. I keep this as a backup. I own quite a few Sony already.
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SOMETIMES IT RECORDS THE TV SHOW YOU PROGRAMMED IT TO . . . . SOMETIMES IT DOESN'T

The Timer is Unreliable.
Your weekly list of programs to record needs constant updating and confirming,
making that feature worthless and unreliable. After all, the point of having a list of
weekly or daily recordings is so it will record those, right?

Do you want to spend all that money on a machine that SOMETIMES works ?
I bought this unit when my VCR broke and I don't have Tivo.
I got it all set up and learned quickly how to use it.
It worked on each individual manual recording I programmed.
Until I programmed it to record a program and later found the DVD
to be static (no picture) on it. I'm positive I set up everything correctly
and the timer was ON.

Then (like my old VCR) I set it up to record seven events the same time each week,
so that you don't have to manually re-do it every week. The tape is in, the timer is on.
All set. Now I can go out. Come home late that night, check the machine . . .
IT NEVER RECORDED THE PROGRAM. I

Finally, tonight was the last straw. I sat there with the TV and VCR both on,
programmed it to record 2 hours on NBC. Everything was correct, the clock,
timer on, date, tape in, everything . . . It was a very important show . . .
Turned the unit off so the timer was ON. I can see channel 4 coming
through the VCR into the TV, so I know it's set to the correct channel.

Instead of recording the channel, the unit switched to a non-channel "F 1"
whatever that is (?) and recorded 2 HOURS OF BLACK SIGNAL. NO TV SHOW.
I don't even know what channel F1 is, it's NOT a TV channel. Perhaps it's an
auxiliary input??
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