Sony RDR-HDC300 HDD/DVD recorder

A high-definition PVR/DVD recorder with 320GB capacity

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  • Expert Rating

    3.25 / 5
  • User Rating

    2.00 / 5 (of 1 Review)
  • Price

    $ 649.00 (AUD)

User Reviews:

jay

2.0

1

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My sony dvd recorder starts trouble only after 10 months, it says loading and but after about 10 seconds completely goes off shuts it self.

B Atkinson

1.0

2

Pros
none
Cons
hard to see lcd screen and not recording local channels.
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picture feeezes every 3 minutes when playing back recorded channels. Checked with our local dealer and informed sony models are all having the same trouble. Unit now back with Sony repair shop and using my old LG which records every channel. Sony scratching their heads

guster

2.5

3

Pros
looks nice
Cons
poor software
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Just finished installing this unit for a second time and have to say this is not a good thing.
This list a plain bad design starts with the remote, it looks cheap and is not user friendly.
You cannot watch another program whilst recording.
The user interface for digital channel management is poorly thought out and hard to use.
My unit completely froze up after one day, had to unplug it because the reset wouldn't work and eventually had to restore factory settings and lost all favorites etc.
Only one good thing I can say about this unit is that it DOES look good.

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