Samsung DVD-VR330 DVD Recorder

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Combo DVD/VCR with capability of converting VHS tapes to DVD; measures 17 x 3.1 x 10.6 inches (WxHxD)

Top Positive Review

This unit performs well as a DVD/VHS recorder and player. I have had no problems recording to a DVD or VHS or playing back any other tapes or DVDs I have. It has a lot of good options, easy to set up, a very good manual and uses a wide variety of DVD media for recording. The glitches are really more annoyances than technical problems. For one, when you turn it on or insert/eject a disc or tape, it automatically switches to “VCR” mode which means your TV picture turns to noise if you aren’t on channel 3/4 or have the appropriate TV input selected. This is really a minor complaint but it is aggravating. It would be nice to turn this feature off and leave it up to the user to select the “VCR” mode. The other thing is the remote control. It has a very unusual wedge shape which is difficult for me to hold firmly and it tends to slide off the table. One technical thing I have noticed is that some of the higher numbered channels from my cable company (65 and higher) have a lot of noise when tuned through the Samsung unit. Also, when taping a program, while watching another channel on tv, some channels are noisy whiled recording is taking place. This only happens on two or three channels from channel 5 through 9. I have no idea what is causing this. Otherwise I am very happy with this device.

Top Critical Review

Returned since it wouldn’t play VHS tape without getting jammed. No problem returning it.

Customer Questions & Answers

Can I record a show from my dvr with this?
Answer: NO…its only a player

It is recorded from tv? what is the operating system ntsc or pal? because the operating system in my pal?
Answer: Yes it records from TV IF connected properly! I wouldn’t buy another as this one was useless soon after purchase!

This item Samsung VR330: please confirm: Is it NTSC or PAL??? Current: 110 volts or 220 volts?
Answer: It is ntsc format at 110 volts please check out the one that i’m selling it’s very good tested and working condition!take a look please?

Does this dvd recorder have the function of samsung anynet+?
Answer: Check the technical specs out real close – your looking at a unit made in 2006 so I wouldn’t expect anything new. We used our recorder for about five years then it went on to the Goodwill.
You probably can find a better way to get your VCR tapes onto DVD than this – look around.

Does the vcr support s-video?
Answer: The Vcr side is not s-vhs capable.

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