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The Samsung DVD-VR375 is a combo DVD recorder with a progressive-scan DVD recorder and a VHS player.

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Pros

user settings give good control for how content is displayed

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transfers videos from VHS to DVD very easily, just a one-button touch command

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DVD recorder works with a wide range of disc formats

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remote offers full control of the unit, well laid out

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playback from recorded content on DVDs is crisp and clean

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Cons

need to read the manual to get a proper handle on how the unit works, not completely obvious

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doesn't offer S-Video input, which makes certain video cameras incompatible

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The Samsung DVD-VR375 is a combo DVD recorder with a progressive-scan DVD recorder and a VHS player. A step down from the DVD-VR355, the Samsung DVD-VR375 ditches its peer’s digital tuner, Scart Jack & S-Video output. In lieu of the abandoned features, the DVD-VR375 boasts a more affordable price, while still retaining a plethora of useful functions. For instance, the Samsung DVD-VR375 player features an HDMI output with 1080i upconversion for sharper & clearer pictures from your DVDs. Plus, the DVD-VR375 includes HDMI CEC, Anynet+ Control Scenario for conveniently viewing HDMI content, and several VHS functions, including XP/SP/LP/EP recording time modes, quick-start recording, and the ability to record from VHS to DVD, or vice versa. The Samsung DVD-VR375 retails for an average of $199.99 and comes with a 1 year limited warranty.

Features
  • Progressive-Scan DVD Recorder
  • Intelligent Mode VHS Player
  • 14-Bit Digital-to-Analog Converter
  • Dolby Digital Surround Sound
  • HD Upconversion
  • HDMI CEC
  • Anynet+
  • 1 Year Limited Warranty
Specifications
  • HDMI Upconversion: 720p, 1080i
  • Compatibility: DVD-RW, CD-RW, VHS
  • Playback Formats: MP3, WMA, JPEG, MPEG-4, DivX, SP/LP
  • Connectivity 1: HDMI, Component Video Out
  • Connectivity 2: Composite Video In/Out, DV IN
  • Connectivity 3: Coaxial Digital Audio Out, Optical Audio Out
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