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Hi, nice review. The quick start recording you mentioned - can you give us an indication of how long it takes to start recording from power-up? With my current Sony DVD recorder, I have to wait over 2 minutes for it to "boot up" before I can do a thing which is so frustrating. Are we talking seconds or minutes to record from power-up with the LG?Also, FWIW I thought it was pidgin english, not pigeon?!
Not sure of the exact time but it's certainly less than two minutes, under a minute in fact. In the review I was actually talking about how quickly it starts recording when it's already on, but in both cases it's pretty slick. And yes it is pidgin not pigeon, my brain needs a firmware update.
I have an American camcorder. I tried to connect it before to an old LG DVD recorder that have VHS too. But it wasn't working because the recorder doesn't allow NTSC as an input.Can I use my camcorder to transfer the NTSC movie with this device?
Hi - good review. I am looking for another DVD recorder having had a Philips DVDR3597H DVD/HDD but this seemed to have some compatibility issues with an InFocus X10 projector which meant you couldn't connect via HDMI. Do you know if I am likely to have similar issues with this unit?
I have made a great mistake buying this DVD player. So much goodies that seems to offer but the biggest one is a BIG HEADACHE.
Guys, I swear don't get into this. It's a trick. I had in the past a Sony that I paid in 2002 100pounds and I had working super great for nearly 9 years. Then, it got off broken. So I thought let me find something new in the market with freeview and a few goodies and a nice and good looking style. I thought was my next big step and it was my next BIG HEADACHE. Not to The LG DRT389H.
Reasons: It struggles very much 90% of the time to read DVDs and CDs.
This is enough to don't buying it. What's the point of a DVD player? To play easily DVDs and if it doesn't what is the point of having it. I put mine in the bin after three a year of headache. I didn't that before because I have other things where I can play a dvd otherwise my patience would've last even less.
I made the same mistake twice had the first one for 13months did nothing but play up finally it would not recognise brand new disks, so went out and bought another one after a year it did the same I wonder if this would come under the trading standards law of not fit for purpose,
Hi there, I was wandering if anyone has got a spare or old remote control for the DRT389H digital video recorder they don't need or don't use anymore, I have just moved house and have lost my remote control, I don't want to go out and get another recorder.
Hi Kevin. If you can't find an original replacement, your other option is a Universal Remote Control. Just don't go for the cheapest ones, which can only learn from another remote (you can use these to learn from your TV, DVD player etc so you only have one remote)
You need one that uses codes or software profiles so you can select your device and the remote will work as the original. The Logitech Harmony range do this, for example. This one might work for you:http://www.trustedreviews.com/...
Hi does this model LG DRT389H DVD Recorder have freeview built in
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