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Hitachi DV-RX7000A

Hitachi DV-RX7000A
alaAverage 1.5

8 reviews

Aug, 2014

We have collected and analyzed 1 expert reviews and 7 user reviews from international sources. Users rate it 30/100. The average review date is Jul 13, 2005. We have compared these reviews to 96650 reviews from other Digital Video Recorders (DVR). Last update: Aug 2, 2014.

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(Based on 8 reviews)

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Hitachi DV-RX7000A

 

Hitachi's DV-RX7000A would have been a more compelling recorder twelve months ago, but up against the current crop of recorders, even in the entry level space, it ends up just being an average player.

Can read Hitachi DVD-camera discs natively

Expensive compared to the entry-level competition ; Slow to initialise playback ; Poor OSD

Consumer review by:

Hitachi DV-RX7000A

 

Hitachi rx7000A - Good machine in principle - except that it plays hardly any DVD's! probably region codes - is coded as region 4 but won't play some region 4 or All DVD's - like many from the local video hire shop

Good, slim unit

Has Region issues. Has to go through a modulator to our ageing TV with only an aerial in. PLEASE send a link to a region hack if anyone finds one

Consumer review by:

"Excellent value for money"

 

This seems to be a re-badged Samsung R 100. It definitely has to unique Samsung shaped remote, and operating system.

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"Very reliable unit, recommend to anyone"

 

Consumer review by:

"very good so far"

 

I bought it from jb hifi last thursday and have recorded one rw so far. No problems, excellent quality recordings, easy to set up and use!

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"Excellent DVD Recorder"

 

Nothing but good things to say about this product.

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"Never fails"

 

Consumer review by:

Hitachi DV-RX7000A

 

hitachi dv-rx7000a review: Up against the current crop of recorders, even in the entry level space, it ends up just being an average player.

Convenience, ease of use. The remote works very well as a universal remote once you set it up properly., Can read Hitachi DVD-camera discs natively

Needs a digital free to air tuner, then you could record higher quality free to air channels., Expensive compared to the entry-level competition, Slow to initialise playback, Poor OSD

Hitachi's DV-RX7000A would have been a more compelling recorder twelve months ago, but up against the current crop of recorders, even in the entry level space, it ends up just being an average player.

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