Thank you for all the research you provide here. Below is a partial quote from your 24-1-2007 Panasonic feature list. I have two questions on combination DVR and VHS recorders:
I presently use a [B]Panasonic DMR-ES25[/B] with complete satisfaction. I record from broadcast TV or from my VHS VCR on to DVD-R or DVD-RW. I am thinking of getting a new DVR with digital tuner (USA), and possibly with an internal VHS player, and maybe even a hard drive built-in (last item is a very low priority).
My questions: [I]what current models[/I] of Panasonic or other will allow me to use my video stabilizer when I record from the VHS to the DVR? And is there any sacrifice of quality when using a combo DVR/VHS versus using an external VCR as the source (what I am now doing).
To explain, I have a large number of movies in VHS, and I am satisfied with the quality of the DVDs I’m presently making from these older VHS tapes as I work my way through them.
Will the combo unit may make the job easier, and at least as good image quality?
I also have several dozen athletic game tapes recorded from TV as well – video stabilizer not necessary for these. How will they look recorder from an internal VCR vs. external as I am now doing?
Thank you for your help.
[QUOTE=CCRomeo;1676060]Quick Model Feature List:
Unlike many Combo Recorders the ES35VS,ES45VS,ES46VS and EH75S will work with a Video Enhancer.