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Tuesday, June 01, 2004
Pioneer introduces two new DVD Recorders DVR-220 and DVR-320


Pioneer extends its innovative DVD recorder line up with two new additions; the DVR-220 and DVR-320. With form and function being two key elements, these new DVD recorders are ultra-slim and ultra-sleek. Not only do they look good but both recorders boast the very best quality in picture and sound recording as well as playback; making them the ideal enhancement for any TV or movie corner.

The new DVR-220 / DVR-320 feature Pioneer's innovative Chase Play function, so users can watch the beginning of a recorded programme whilst still recording the end – perfect for those who arrive home half way through their favourite show! Recording has never been simpler. The DVR-220 and DVR-320 DVD recorders feature the very latest in DVD technology easily accessible through an advanced Graphical User Interface (GUI), with Disc Navigator function assisting users in finding and / or editing their recordings. On-screen help guides the user to advanced functions such as frame-accurate editing.

Automatic recording space searches and Disc History make disc management easier than ever. And if users wish to remove unwanted commercials from a movie: it's there at the touch of a button! “ DVD recorders are becoming an integral part of home entertainment and it is no longer a case of standard functionality. Consumers today are demanding the best in picture quality and sound alongside first-class recording and editing functions. With the introduction of our DVR-220 and DVR-320, Pioneer has combined high quality imaging and sound with easy-to-use functions to deliver the most advanced multimedia interface .” says Philippe Coppens, Manager, Technology and Product InfoManagement, Pioneer Europe NV.

The DVR-220 and DVR-320 will be available from June 2004.

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