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Setting up the recorder is a piece of cake. It finds all the Freeview channels fairly quickly, and runs through a few other settings to save you doing it later. General operation is also easy — to switch between the VHS and DVD drives, hit the dedicated Drive Select button on the remote, plus another button labelled Input Select lets you toggle through the external inputs. The operating system revolves around the Functions menu, which boasts a blissfully simple layout. From here you can access the Setup menu, which covers every conceivable option, as well as the Timer recording schedule and the Copy menu. The latter runs through a step-by-step process for dubbing recordings — first select the source and destination, set the recording mode and then compile a list of recordings to copy when dubbing from VHS to DVD.

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Setting up the recorder is a piece of cake. It finds all the Freeview channels fairly quickly, and runs through a few other settings to save you doing it later. General operation is also easy — to switch between the VHS and DVD drives, hit the dedicated Drive Select button on the remote, plus another button labelled Input Select lets you toggle through the external inputs.

The operating system revolves around the Functions menu, which boasts a blissfully simple layout. From here you can access the Setup menu, which covers every conceivable option, as well as the Timer recording schedule and the Copy menu.

The latter runs through a step-by-step process for dubbing recordings — first select the source and destination, set the recording mode and then compile a list of recordings to copy when dubbing from VHS to DVD. With the built-in Freeview tuner comes a 7-day EPG, which makes it easy to select programmes to record. The layout is a lot less cluttered and is organised into a grid structure showing seven channels at a time or you can switch to a portrait single channel view and all the functions are listed at the bottom.

You can also search by category, which highlights all the relevant programmes in the grid and shades the rest grey. These allow you to fit between one hour and eight hours on a regular single-layer DVD, or over 14 hours on a dual-layer disc. The deck starts recording instantly after pressing the button and the quality is nigh-on flawless. Starting with Freeview recordings made onto DVD in XP mode, the resulting images are free from noise, packed with pure, fulsome colours and reproduced with crisp edges.

MP3s also sound terrific when played through a good sound system. Trusted Score.

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Panasonic DMR-EZ48V DVD / VHS Recorder Review

The bad: VHS operations are a bit slow; expensive; no Blu-ray compatibility. VHS recording performance proved to be much more defined in quality levels. Obviously, SP yielded the best results, while VP rendered material that was barely watchable. We do have one complaint about the speed of the VHS functionality: seems a bit slower than VCRs we have used in the past. The Panasonic did fine on the first test, demonstrating its ability to handle the full resolution of DVDs. The Toshiba, however, fell apart right away.

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