1 of 6 pictures

Panasonic DMR-XS350 - Freesat DVD & HDD Recorder
Panasonic DMR-XS350 - Freesat DVD & HDD Recorder

6 Pictures - Panasonic DMR-XS350 - Freesat DVD & HDD Recorder

  • Panasonic DMR-XS350 - Freesat DVD & HDD Recorder
  • Panasonic DMR-XS350 - Freesat DVD & HDD Recorder
  • Panasonic DMR-XS350 - Freesat DVD & HDD Recorder
  • Panasonic DMR-XS350 - Freesat DVD & HDD Recorder
  • Panasonic DMR-XS350 - Freesat DVD & HDD Recorder
  • DMR-XS350 DVD Player/Recorder (DVD-RAM, DVD+RW, DVD-RW, DVD-R, DVD+R, CD-RW, Secure Digital SD, Secure Digital High Capacity SDHC - DVD Video, AVCHD, JPEG, DivX, MP3, CD-DA, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, MPEG Playback - Progressive Scan - 250 GB Hard Disk - 441 Hour Re
 

ilovethemonkeyhead

June 28, 2009, 2:11 pm

i see some minor barrel distortion on that rear view shot of the unit

Mike B

June 28, 2009, 3:08 pm

Nice price saving but this should have been the price of the Blu-ray model!





Also why can't it record any HD camcorder footage to DVD discs in HD format? Most Blu-ray players (PS3 etc.) will play back a DVD that is organised in the standard Blu-ray format (using the AVCHD files from the camcorder) so you can archive your HD footage to cheap DVDs. If this is not possible I for one would not be interested in wasting my money on this unit.

Techno22

June 28, 2009, 3:52 pm

Sounds like a great machine.


Another great review from Trusted Reviews.


I certainly do trust them, as I find them fair, comprehensive, and accurate.


As you say, it is a shame that you cannot browse the EPG on this machine while keeping in touch with the TV programmes.


It is very pricey, too.


Does Panasonic, Sony, and others not realsie that there is a world wide recession as they overprice their offerings.


£6oo is too much for a DVD Recorder, no matter how good.


250 GB Hard Drive is not that big these days, and does not justify the exhorbitant price.


It would be nice if more people could enjoy the benefits of this excellent technology by being able to buy it at affordable prices.


Unfortunately, I would have to disagree with your value rating for this product.


I could not give it 9/10.

GoldenGuy

June 28, 2009, 5:59 pm

I know no one cares about SCARTs anymore but being a bit of a dinosaur, I like that both sockets are RGB. Handier for an early 2000s setup like mine.

Chuzzwuzza

June 29, 2009, 3:58 pm

250gb is a bit paltry, what the real question is can yer slap a 1tb in just like a humax hdr ??

sacundai

February 10, 2010, 3:29 am

Nice idea but dreadful to use, slow with a badly designed interface, shame.

comments powered by Disqus