Learn more about Magnavox ZV427MG9 DVD/VCR Combo - DVD+R/RW, DVD-R/RW, VHS, CD-RW - DVD Video Playback, CD-DA Playback, MP3 Playback - 1 Disc(s) - Progressive Scan - 6Hour Recording:
|Dust off those video tapes and enjoy VHS movie formats with the Magnavox ZV427MG9 DVD Recorder & 4-Head Hi-Fi VCR. It features 1080p upconversion and 2-way dubbing, so you can record VHS tapes to DVD, or vice versa. Plus, the Magnavox DVD Recorder & 4-Head Hi-Fi VCR can record for up to six hours ¿ so sit back and enjoy the show!1080p Up ConversionProgressive Scan Video Out5-Speed for Up to 6-hours RecordingDolby Digital Stream Out2 Way Dubbing (VCR>DVD, DVD>VCR)Satellite Link RecordingS-Video Input/OutputHDMI Output|
Customer Reviews of Magnavox ZV427MG9 DVD/VCR Combo - DVD+R/RW, DVD-R/RW, VHS, CD-RW - DVD Video Playback, CD-DA Playback, MP3 Playback - 1 Disc(s) - Progressive Scan - 6Hour Recording
Love it and its not complicated to use! It didn't come with any batteries but that is what a store is for however you wouldn't think a remote wouldn't have starters in the bag.
Value but not easy to dub2/24/2014
This is a good product with everything as advertised. I was pleasantly surprised at how well the picture of my old tapes looked on my hi-def television - and that was without using the HDMI cord. It is not easy to dub so the instructions must be followed carefully. Also, the editing of the disc is fairly fussy but I am not sure how it could be much simpler when having to use the television and the remote as an interface. The included RCA cords are too short so plan on buying your own.
Magnavox VCR-DVDR ZV427MG911/25/2013
The item works well. It was delivered timely.
Great vhs dvd recorder unit for a super low price.
Magnavox DVD/VCR ZV427MG93/22/2013
Everything works good. Will take some time to get used to the controls, of course. they seem to be different. Everythings seems to work fine out of the box as near as I can tell. Have recorded a few shows , ok.
NO MORE VHS!12/27/2012
My gf had been saving old VHS tapes and watching them, so I got this for her as a XMAS gift. Now she can record the tapes to discs, and even record TV onto the discs. She's happy and I got brownie points :)
Setup was easy and this unit recorded from my camcorder to DVD-R perfectly. I put 5 mini-discs on one DVD with no problems. This unit starts recording right where I left off each time. 100% satisfied!
With the Magnavox ZV427MG9 DVD Recorder and 4 Head Hi-Fi Stereo VCR you can watch the latest DVD, classic videos, burn DVDs and take full advantage of HDTV technology. Get the most out of your HDTV with this advanced Magnavox DVD recorder/VCR combo with 1080p upconversion. It combines the convenient recording and playback of a DVD burner plus all the benefits of a full-featured VCR. The DVD recorder features DVD+R/RW and DVD-R/RW recording, one-touch two-way dubbing, progressive scan technology, Dolby digital decoder and up to six hour recording. VCR has four head hi-fi recording and playback. Deck also has AV input/output, S-video input/output, digital audio output and component video output.1080p upconversionPrograssive scan video out5-speed for up to 6-hours recordingDolby Digital stream out2-way dubbing (VCR->DVD, DVD->VCR)Satellite link recordingS-Video input / outputHDMI output (rear)Remote controlPlays DVD Video, DVDR/RW (VR format), DVD-R/RW (Video format), CD-R/RW, Audio CD, MP3)Retail box dimensions: 7.1' x 14.8' L x 21.3' W
DVD Recorder/ VCR With Upconversion10/3/2011
I have the same product but paid a lot more elsewhere. It's great for saving older VHS home movies to digital DVD format before the old tapes fade away.
specs not complete7/13/2011
I was shocked to find thisVCR had no TV tuner. Not called out in specs. Why make a dumb thing like this. Yes you can use an external tuner but I don't see any for sale any more. Will keep and use in back room for playback only.
I bought this unit refurbished here for under $70 and was pleasantly surprised with the great condition it's in. Following the user manual made it easy to burn my first DVD from an old VCR tape I had--it was a concert video that's never been available on DVD. I was able to put a Chapter Mark at the beginning of each song, so I could jump to the next song easily when playing it back. Entering text for the DVD title is a little cumbersome because of the multiple letter keys (e.g.. ABC, DEF, etc.--like texting on an old cell phone), but it's not something you have to do that often, so that's not a big deal. I like the feature it has of burning Rewritable DVDs! That's handy for quickly recording something that's on TV to watch later, then erasing it afterward.