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emperor -> RE: Pioneer DVR-720H-s review! (11/2/2004 9:47:00 AM)

High priced recorder...




Iggy -> RE: Pioneer DVR-720H-s review! (11/2/2004 10:28:13 AM)

HIGH? This is not expensive, just a couple of month work for buying it.[&:]




The Elusive One -> RE: Pioneer DVR-720H-s review! (11/13/2004 7:02:45 AM)

Nice review, except for one point that is blatantly wrong.

I own a Pioneer DVR-720H and i tested playback of DVD+R/+RW discs the moment i received it, since i have many of these discs and would have returned it immediately if it could not play them. Without any problems i have played both Verbatim DVD+R/+RW and Zero Defex DVD+R/+RW discs. I did not have to do any kind of bitsetting, they just worked! So please amend your review so that you don't scare of potential buyers of this fantastic machine.

Regards
The Elusive One




emperor -> RE: Pioneer DVR-720H-s review! (11/14/2004 11:35:13 AM)

minos might want to double check this issue[&:]




sa1901 -> RE: Pioneer DVR-720H-s review! (12/11/2005 8:14:27 PM)

I find this recorder in Greece 550 euros.

I would like to know if I can connect my laptop via dv output and copy files from recorder's hard disk to laptop's hard disk.

Thanks in advance

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emperor -> RE: Pioneer DVR-720H-s review! (12/12/2005 3:31:25 AM)

i don't know if this is possible, possibly not, since the Pioneer uses a special HDD format, not the well known FAT32 or NTFS




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