HD PVR + Blu-ray recorder price comparison: Panasonic vs. Sony vs. LG

We compare the price, features and image quality of HD PVRs/Blu-ray recorders from Sony, LG and Panasonic

HD PVRs and Blu-ray recorders are hard drive-equipped entertainment systems that let you record television in high-definition. Most models come with useful additional features, including 1080p DVD upscaling, inbuilt digital TV tuners, multimedia support (DivX, MP3, JPG, etc) and access to popular websites such as YouTube.

[See also: Blu-ray player price comparison: Sony vs. Panasonic.]

If you're looking to buy a HD PVR or Blu-ray recorder, take a look at these popular models from Sony, LG and Panasonic (to read our in-depth review, click on the accompanying photos). Make sure to compare the price, features and image quality of each product -- some are better than others.

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Panasonic Australia Pty Ltd DMR-XW350

The Panasonic DMR-XW350 is a tricked-out DVD recorder that wont leave AV enthusiasts wanting. On the downside, the user interface is needlessly complicated, which makes it a steep learning curve for beginners.

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  • 11th Dec., 2009
  • Chris Jager
  • Panasonic Australia Pty Ltd
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  • Pros:
  • Twin HD tuners, solid DVD upscaling, 250GB of inbuilt storage
  • Cons:
  • Expensive, sluggish and complicated remote control

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