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Panasonic DMR-HW100

Freeview (DVB-T); Integrated Modules / Features: Twin Tuner, PVR (Sky+ / Freeview Playback), …

As far as the quality of its recordings goes, the DMR-HW100 is difficult to fault, say T3, praising also its 2D to 3D conversion technology. However, some details such as a stingy 320GB drive or its


3 reviews | 78 opinions


More information at: T3, 12/2011 Panasonic DMR-HW100 After some time away from digital PVRs, Panasonic steps back into the fray with the 3D-compatible DMR-HW100. … to review

Panasonic DMR-HW120

Freeview (DVB-T); Integrated Modules / Features: DLNA, Internet TV, Timeshift, Twin Tuner, …

The Panasonic DMR-HW120 is not as fun as some other models but it is a solid and reliable machine. Trusted Reviews were impressed by its admirable picture quality and dependable recordings which are


1 review | 344 opinions


More information at: TrustedReviews, 5/2012 Panasonic DMR-HW120 This PVR from Panasonic's new range has some serious competition but can its credentials prove it a clear winner? … to review

Panasonic DMR-BW880
Panasonic DMR-BW880

Freeview (DVB-T); Integrated Modules / Features: HDTV, PVR (Sky+ / Freeview Playback), …

"Pros: Great recording and playback quality. Huge flexibility caters for every need. Cons: Complex – so much so that it can be awkward to live with. Pretty damn."


6 reviews


More information at: Stuff TV, 12/2010 Panasonic DMR-BW880 A quick straw poll – hands up if you read the manual. Anyone? Bueller…? But with Panasonic’s DMR-BW880, it isn’t so much desirable as essential that you take the time to digest the instructional blurb – all 124 pages of it. … to review

Panasonic DMR-BW780
Panasonic DMR-BW780

Hard disk drive capacity: 250 GB

"Plus points: It's got it all - Freeview HD recording, Blu-ray playback and recording, surround sound, home media server and internet connectivity. Minus points: Very expensive,


3 reviews


More information at: AVReview, 7/2010 Group test: Freeview HD recorders We'll make no bones about this - we're well into the summer sports season yet we've been extremely disappointed at the lack of decent Freeview HD recorders available at the moment. Despite making announcements months ago, big names such as Sharp, Pace and Humax have all failed to deliver the goods, only citing vague 'production difficulties' in response to our enquiries. In test: Three Freeview HD recorders were reviewed and rated. … to review

Panasonic DMR-EX769

Hard disk drive capacity: 250 GB; External Ports: Card Reader, USB

"For: Smart Styling, easy to use; good tuner, faithful recordings; decent 1080p DVD over HDMI. Against: Tired interface; low on frills; relatively small HDD."


3 reviews | 99 opinions


Panasonic DMR-EX768

Reception Type: Twin Tuner; Features: Upscaling

While What Hi-Fi found the Panasonic DMR-EX768 to be a great recorder, delivering faithful copies from its digital tuner, the magazine warned that it couldn't compete with more capable players …


3 reviews | 63 opinions


Panasonic TU-CTH100

Integrated Modules / Features: Hard Drive

"Maybe you can live with the noise but there's a bigger problem - this PVR is unable to record when in standby mode and suffers from software issues that cause frequent crashes. ..."


1 review



Product information and further reviews

Panasonic DMR-HW100 Expert Reviews 10/2011 - Panasonic's DMR-HW100 is a personal video recorder which features an integrated Freeview HD tuner. What other specifications does it have?

Panasonic recorder keeps it simple What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision 12/2009 - This past year has seen a real dearth of DVD recorders. In fact, our DVD/HDD recorder duck was only broken in November when we cast our eye over Panasonic's DMR-EX89. That £400 machine came with a 400GB hard disk. The DMR-EX769 is its budget sibling, with a specification list that's suitably stripped.

Panasonic DMR-EX769 DVD recorder 5/2009 - Panasonic's DMR-EX769 plays many roles from DVD player to recorder and Freeview+ tuner, along with the requisite collection of ports including optical audio and aerial. Amidst all this, does it do any one thing well?

TV timelords What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision 12/2011 - Time-shifting, smart functionality, high-definition TV: master your own scheduling with a Freeview recorder. Review details: Four Freeview HD recorders were reviewed and rated. Final verdicts of 2 x "stunning all-rounder" and 2 x "well worth considering" were awarded.

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