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Philips DVDR-3360H

Philips DVDR-3360H
alaScore 79

21 reviews

Dec, 2017

alaTest has collected and analyzed 21 reviews of Philips DVDR-3360H. The average rating for this product is 2.3/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other DVD Players for all reviews. Views about the size and design are generally positive, whereas there are some mixed reviews about the usability.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other DVD Players the Philips DVDR-3360H is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 79/100 = Good quality.

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Expert review by: James Dickinson (goodgearguide.com.au)

Philips DVDR3360H

 

Philips' previous DVD/Hard Disk recorder, the DVDR560H, was our all time favourite in this category. So we were eager to see what Philips had done wit...

Easy to use, sleek

Slightly cumbersome when copying to DVD, limited connectivity

A basic HDD/DVD recorder that will appeal to those seeking a simplistic system

May, 2006

Expert review by: Alex Kidman (cnet.com.au)

Philips DVDR3360H

 

The DVDR3360H has a lot of promise on paper, but less than acceptable playback performance and some truly baffling limitations in its menu and titling structures detract from the overall package.

Up to 200 hours recording time ; Very simple to backup to disc ; Automatically buffers video content

Glitchy playback performance ; Some lockups ; Limited title entry ; Lacks dual layer support

Editor's Note: Philip's companion DVDR7300H DVD recorder (RRP AU$1,149) has a hard drive capacity of 250GB, a 6-hour buffer, and HDMi output with video up-scaling to 1080i. It can also record onto double layer discs so you can archive up to 15 hours of...

Apr, 2006

Consumer review by: Aboody (cnet.com.au)

Philips DVDR3360H

 

I have a question does this model has a timer?

Oct, 2007

Consumer review by: LesKirschner (cnet.com.au)

Philips DVDR3360H

 

Before I bought the DVDR3360H I asked if the hard disk could be replaced with a 40gig. No problems they said. I coughed up $499.95. AU. Proceeded to take out the 160gig HDD for the PC, connected a 40gig to the DVDR3360H. No Tuner, No DVD, NOTHING. ...

Still thinking

If HDD dies or is removed, the whole system dies. No TV. No DVD

Dec, 2006

Consumer review by: tproveau (cnet.com.au)

Philips DVDR3360H

 

Took it back and bought a Pioneer dvr-640h , WOW what a difference in ease of use, high speed recording etc. Have had the Pioneer 6 months now and still works great!

Less expensive than the Pioneer dvr-640h ; DVI input

Slow dubbing ; Poor menus ; Very cumbersome software, not used friendly

Dec, 2006

Consumer review by: Anonymous (cnet.com.au)

"'takes 3 hours to backup a dvd, yikes"

 
Oct, 2006

Consumer review by: (cnet.com.au)

Philips DVDR3360H

 

Takes 3 hours to backup a dvd, yikes

Oct, 2006

Consumer review by: John S (cnet.com.au)

"Slow and weird DVD Recorder"

 

This one is a not at all a good product

Hard disk recording is very easy

Very slow interface ; can not play most market DVDs

Sep, 2006

Consumer review by: gizzywhiz (cnet.com.au)

"Find another unit to buy... or wait for firmware upgrade!"

 

reasonably adept unit - mostly simple to operate

First unit kept locking up - dealer eventually replaced after machine been in for repair for a week. This one hasnt locked up, but does odd things while in menus. DVD forgets where it was playing when HDD starts timer record, same on pressing stop....

Aug, 2006

Consumer review by: gizzywhiz (cnet.com.au)

"Find another unit to buy... or wait for firmware upgrade!"

 

Find another unit to buy... or wait for firmware upgrade!

reasonably adept unit - mostly simple to operate

First unit kept locking up - dealer eventually replaced after machine been in for repair for a week. This one hasnt locked up, but does odd things while in menus. DVD forgets where it was playing when HDD starts timer record, same on pressing stop....

Aug, 2006
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Product Specifications

Audio

Audio A/D Converter (ADC):96MHz/24-bits
Audio D/A Converter (DAC):24-bit/96kHz

Disk Drive

Hard Drive Capacity:160
Maximum HDD recording time:250
Total Storage Capacity:160

Energy Management

Power consumption (standby):3
Power consumption (typical):50

Hard Drive

Hard Drive Capacity:160
Maximum HDD recording time:250
Total Storage Capacity:160

Management Features

Programmable events:8

Other Features

Additional accessories:2 x AA Batteries\nAntenna cable\nPower cord\nQuick start guide\nRemote Control\nUser Manual\nFull SCART cable
Dimensions (WxDxH):17.1 x 13.4 x 2.56
Disc types supported:DVD+R DL, DVD-R DL
Front / Side connections:Audio L/R in\nCVBS in\ni.LINK DV in (IEEE1394, 4-pin)\nS-video in
I/O ports:Analog audio Left/Right out\nComposite video (CVBS) output\nDigital coaxial out\nRF antenna in / TV out\nS-Video out\nSCART1 (CVBS, RGB out)\nSCART2 (CVBS, RGB in)
Picture enhancement:Slideshow with MP3 playback
Power Requirements:220-240V
Recording System:PAL
Set weight:0.152 / 9.48
Set width:17.1

Packaging Data

Package depth:17.2
Package dimensions (WxDxH):20.3 x 17.2 x 6.1
Package height:6.1
Package weight:13.2
Package width:20.3

Ports & interfaces

Composite video out:1
Digital audio coaxial out:1
S-Video in:1
S-Video inputs quantity:1
S-Video out:1
S-Video outputs quantity:1

Power

Power consumption (standby):3
Power consumption (typical):50

Record Modes

DVD recording modes:SP, LP, EP, HQ, SP+, SLP, SEP

Technical Details

Device type:Recorder
Internal memory:160
Power:50

Video

Recording modes:EP, HQ, LP, SEP, SLP, SP, SPP
Video D/A Converter (DAC):10-bit/54MHz

Weight & Dimensions

Depth:13.4
Height:2.56
Weight:0.152 / 9.48
Width:17.1