Yep, it's the unit that allows you to record 1080i/720p and is the only DVHS deck that plays 1080i Dtheater movies. The unit is brand new in the box, selling it for $760 shipped. Email me at [email protected] if you are interested.
[rant]The unit is brand new in the box[/rant]
Could you explain to us exactly what you mean? Is this new, in the box, factory sealed, and no B-stock? Or, was it new to you, in the box, but used and in like new condition?
The cheapist price I've menage to find it online is $976, but I am willing to keep an open mind with further information.
Let's just say I bought an extra unit with my employee discount. The unit HAS NOT BEEN OPENED and is factory sealed. It is the updated unit with all firmware fixes meaning no audio dropouts. I've gotten several emails but anyone making me a firm offer on one of these will get one. If you need references, I do have a 270+ rating on eBay and I've been a card carrying HTF member for four years now Oh, I've also played lots of Phantasy Star Online with Jeff Kleist and Romier so that's gotta count for something!
Thanks for your opinion Brae. It's also sad how somebody always has to poo poo on DVHS whenever it gets mentioned on this forum. This thread is here to sell one of these fine units to one of you, at a substantially discounted price. This is one amazing piece of gear. The build quality for this "VCR" is incredibly robust, weighing in at just under 20 pounds. Believe me, I'm one of DVDs biggest supporters, but even I can't deny the versatility of this unit. The recording functions are amazing, and 1080i Dtheater movies just look flat out superior to anything out there, including broadcast HDTV material. It's a reasonable price to pay when recordable DVD, which can't do anything past 480p is priced at $800+, and recordable HD-DVD is nowhere in sight.