|Item Weight||9.46 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||10.6 x 17.1 x 4 inches|
|Item model number||DVR670|
|Batteries||2 AA batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Specification Met||Energy Star|
Toshiba DVR670/DVR670KU DVD/VHS Recorder with Built in Tuner, Black (2009 Model)
- Combines functionality of multiple A/V components into a single unit: DVD player/recorder, VCR, and digital tuner, with support for MP3/WMA/JPEG/DivX files
- Built-in ATSC/NTSC/QAM Tuner,90-Day Labor and 1-Year Parts Warranty
- One-touch/programmable recording and playback of DVD+R/RW, DVD-R/RW formats and VHS cassette; dubbing from DVD to tape and vice versa
- Video upconversion of DVD resolution up to 1080p via HDMI output; support for Dolby Digital and DTS surround sound formats
- Front DV and RCA inputs for easy recording to DVD from digital video cameras and other sources; rear RCA and S-VHS inputs also provided
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The functionality of multiple A/V components in one compact unit: the D-VR670 from Toshiba. While the combination of a DVD player and a VCR gives you the ability to enjoy audio and video from a variety of sources, bi-direction dubbing lets you transfer video from DVD to VHS, or 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. Use the D-VR670's video-upscaling technology to enhance standard-definition DVD video to near-HD 1080p levels.
From the Manufacturer
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.
Toshiba's D-VR670 combines the functionality of multiple A/V components into a single, compact unit.
DVD Recorder/VCR Combo with Built-In Digital Tuner
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.
Multi-Format Recording and Playback
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 input/output options to suit different home setups. Click here for a larger image
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.
Immersive Surround Sound
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.
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What's in the Box
Toshiba DVR670 DVD Recorder, Remote Control with Batteries, RF Coaxial Cable, RCA Audio/Video Cables, Owner's Manual, Quick Setup Guide
No Warranty by Seller on this Item.
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Regarding the Toshiba DVR670...
The instructions written in the owner's manual on how to make a DVD copy of a VHS tape are in serious error, and if you follow them, you will spend serious hours trying to figure out how to transfer a VHS tape segment to a DVD. I found the correct sequence by accident, after almost 4 hours and two days of trial and error. Here is the correct sequence:
1. Power up the machine
2. Put a VHS tape in the VHS slot
3. Open the DVD tray...Put a DVD in the tray.
4. Close the DVD tray... go to on-scrteen menu to format the DVD from scratch.
5. After formatting, select the VHS button and go to the VHS tape
6. Play the VHS tape... cue it up to a point that is 7 seconds before the point where you want to record.
7. Hit the VHS pause button
8. Select the DVD button.
9. Now press the "Dubbing" button... don't follow all the instructions they tell you in the book, they are wrong.
10. The sequence starts and the VHS tape rolls and the DVD will begin to record it.
11. When you are finished dubbing the section you want. press the stop button on the machine (or the remote).
If you don't finalize the DVD, you can record another sequence on it... they call it a chapter. These VHS to DVD machines with digital tuners are rare... and so is the customer service and care that one went with them. No one can answer your
operational questions, nor do they want to.
I purchased my first Toshiba from a box store after having purchased Panasonic and Samsung, which were both defective. I replaced them with my first Toshiba Combo, which was suggested by a sales person and I found it to be friendlier to use and it worked great. Because of the reviews on Amazon and my own experience with my other Toshiba I decided to buy this unit since I needed one with a tuner. So far I find it to be easy to use and I am very satisfied. I would definitely recommend this unit. To me looking at units in stores is confusing. Having personal reviews to read helps me decide what to buy. Thank you, Amazon.com!