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Good: Configurable recording picture quality, resolution & frame rate
Bad: the price is too high
Comment: Selectable recording modes: 24hrs. continuous, motion detection & sensor triggered with pre-alarm watermark
Good: Its so easy to use once you get used to it
Bad: When recording you can't watch a different channel
Comment: Once I got used to it, it was very easy to use. The picture was very good and all in all a very good buy.
Good: Ease of use and superb quality
Bad: Lacks a second Freeview tuner
Comment: Bought to replace a horribly noisy Humax 9200, which was returned after 12 hours. Very impressed with how easy it is to use and the quality of recording on standard play, which is perfectly adequate. Set up was easy and it is so intuitive you hardly need the manual, which isn't a bad thing as it's not that easy to follow. Recording to DVD is simplicity itself and the SD card reader is an added bonus. We'll see what the upscaling is like when our current Panasonic TV is eventually replaced. The only downside is that it lacks a twin tuner but we have got round that by reinstalling our Panasonic set-top box (which was destined for an upstairs TV) and keeping the trusty VCR if we ever need to record two programmes at the same time. It also looks the business, much better than the rather ugly Humax. Highly recommended, but why didn't Panasonic install a second digital tuner?
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