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Product Reviews for Sony DVDirect MC6 Multi-Function DVD Recorder - External
vrd mc 5 and vrd mc6 and vrd mc10 are great !
from LONGVIEW,WA. on 6/26/2011
s number one if you know how to use., there no stopping it .it
s but one camer coders have to be sony !, there is no ocn
dpx-7000 , IF YOU BUY AND OF THE VRD MC 5 OR 6 OR 10 YOU HAVE TO BUY A DPX-7000 COPY GAURD AND YOU CAN RECORD ANY MOVIE OR DVD ON THE MARKET ! IT ALL SO DOES DIFFERENT SHADES OF COLOR PLUS BLK/WHITE MOVIES! DO YOUR SELF RIGHT ! DO IT ! BUY THE DPX-7000 FIRST THEN YOU WILL NEVER BE LET DOWN AGAIN! TRUST ME .I OWN 1000 OLD VHS MOVIES AND PUT THEM TO DVD AND SAVED MYSELF 1000,S OF DOLLORS AND SOME OF THE MOVIES CAN,T BE REPLACE BECAUSE THEY DONT MAKE THEM OR REPLACE THEM AND AS LONG AS YOU DON,T SELL THE RECORED MOVIES YOU ARE NOT BREAKING THE LAW.END OF LINE. PS NOW I HAVE TO GET BACK TO RECORDING MORE VFS OLD MOVIES .PLEASE GET A DPX-7000 AND A VRD MC 10 SONY RECORDER OFF E BAY AND SAVE A BUDDLE BUT THE DPX-7000 IS 138.00 DOLLORS ,YA BUT IT,S THE ONLY WAY AND YOU WILL THANK ME. BET ON IT.
from San Diego on 4/15/2011
We got our first video camera in 1984. Since that time, I have used virtually every format (VHS, VHS-C, 8mm and DV). Several years ago, I went through the very painful process of copying some old tapes to DVD using my computer and a software package. Rendering usually took hours.This little unit is a direct to DVD recorder. So far I have transferred 50 hours of video tape to DVD. I started with the DV tapes first since they were the easiest. the DVDs look great. I am now transferring the VHS-C tapes.The unit allows several types of transfer with cables or media cards. I have not tried to transfer images from media cards, but it looks easy. I have also copied the DVDs of my home videos using my computer and both Soney Vegas, and Pinnacle software with no problem
you can,t get along with out ,there great !
from washington. on 4/8/2011
Do, s every thing i need, sometimes you need to ask the right thing!
ya there was one then a teck turned me on to a tool to fix even that!
i bought mine off e bay for 90 bucks .i have recorded 100 home movies and no trouble at all i made back up sets to just be sure and recored on memorex dvd-rw just incase i made a boo boo. ya two .thats all and they were my fault becauces of a fast trigger finger. but it,s great i went back to e bay and bought a vrd-mc-6 and now i,am ok and paid 99 bucks for a referbished job .what the hick i,am not marrying it just recording home movies ? and heres one for you to really remember , dig this . get your self a (copiall dpx-7000) and you can record any thing you want ! it workks .man what a slick little tool .that is a must for evry one .trust me if you don,t know what dpx-7000 is you better wake up before there gone there is also a dpx-2000 but i have the 7000 and it,s all up hill baby, from Alley cat . end of line.
This DVD recorder is fantastic!
from Windham, ME on 9/3/2010
Easy to use, great quality DVDs
I was skeptical, but bought this unit anyway because I could not use the software that came with my new HD camcorder. There seemed to be a conflict and the only way I could watch my videos was to attach the camera to my TV. This recorder is very easy to use and the HD quality is perfect. You can downgrade the quality to SD for normal DVD playback and that quality isn't as good, obviously, but still very satisfactory. I would recommend this to anyone.
Excellent solution for a videographer
from Dallas TX on 7/14/2010
Easy setup and recording, HD, HDMI output
Doesn't propagate input signal to output RCA plugs, so you'll need a distributor if you want to record on multiple dev
I was really impressed by the capability of this DVR to detect the end of a miniDV tape from my camera, even through an RCA cable. I needed to copy some miniDV tapes to DVD, and this beauty allowed me to just press record and then play on the miniDV camera, and the DVR would actually pause once the video on the tape ended. Other DVRs would record forever the blue screen of my camera, so this allowed me to relax and not setup timers and alarms every time i needed to copy two tapes on one DVD.