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The JVC SR-HD1250 is one of two Blu-ray / Hard-Drive combo recorder decks announced by JVC at the 2009 CEDIA EXPO.

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Pros

USB, IEEE-1394, and SD/SDHC card reader for burning video directly from a camcorder or other compatible device

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can downconvert HD content for burning to DVDs

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HDMI and component outputs for monitoring

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allows users to copy and burn Blu-ray discs without the use of a PC

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Cons

no digital inputs

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poor value compared to a PC with Blu-ray burner

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very expensive

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small storage drives considering the size of uncompressed HD video/audio

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The JVC SR-HD1250 is one of two Blu-ray / Hard-Drive combo recorder decks announced by JVC at the 2009 CEDIA EXPO. It’s essentially built for easy disc-duplication and disc-authoring without a PC. In fact, the SR-HD1250 can both record AND author professional BDMV or BDAV discs. Included also is MPEG-2 and MPEG-4 (h.264) encoding for accessing both HD and SD sources; a built-in downconverter that allows HD content to be recorded on a standard DVD; and up to 250GB of internal storage space. Keep in mind that the unit is not built for recording television content; rather, it takes content from camcorders and/or other devices and captures them instead. After capturing content, users can utilize the unit’s easy-to-operate menu interface to edit and assemble clips into a completed project.

Features
  • Blu-Ray / HD Combo
  • BDMV/BDAV Disc Duplication/Authoring
  • MPEG-2 / MPEG-4 Encoding
  • Built-In Downconverter
  • Auto-Start / Repeat Playback
Specifications
  • Discs: BR-R / BD-RE
  • Space: 250GB
  • Format: MOV
Inputs
  • USB
  • i.Link (IEEE-1394)
  • SD/SDHC
  • Composite
  • S-Video
  • RS-232C
Outputs
  • Component
  • HDMI
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