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Subject: Re: DVD recorders
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Date: Wed, 03 Dec 2003 18:26:35 GMT
NNTP-Posting-Date: Wed, 03 Dec 2003 10:26:35 PST
Organization: RoadRunner - West
"lucky" wrote in message
> x-no-archive: yes
> for a stand alone application, panasonic e80 or e100 would be great
> choices but are 500+. I love the hard drive for editing capability. I'd
> scoot on over to
> and ask more questions over there if you need something cheaper. I'm not
> sure what connections you need for your video transfers so I can't be
> more help there.
> Rip: I'd love to know what problems you personally have run into with
> RAM? The disks cost more but to be used 100000 times seems like a good
> deal to me. He didn't say what is final uses were but if he just wants
> to archive to -R, there is no reason to avoid the fine panny E80/E100
> just because it has ram. Also the ability to archive and record
> losslessly back to the hard drive from ram is a great feature. I
> believe in telling someone the + and - and letting them decide instead
> of just saying to stay away altogether from ram. Yes -R is very
> universal and while ram is definitely very limited if you want to send
> disks to friends, that's certainly no reason to overlook the other great
> features of the panasonic, especially given that -R recording is
> available on the unit and it has many other fine features.
Since DVD Ram has gone the way of the do-do, putting money into somehting
useless is not a wise decision.
The DVD Forum has long since abandoned the support for it.
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