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DMR-BWT800 رکوردر پاناسونیک تعداد مشاهده: 161 بار
Panasonic’s DMR-BWT800 could well be the ultimate video recorder. Take a look at the evidence – on board is a 500GB hard-disk drive and an optical disc drive that can record onto dual-layer Blu-ray discs as well as DVDs. It’s equipped with twin Freeview HD tuners, bringing BBC One HD, BBC HD, Channel 4 HD and ITV1 HD to your TV, and it even has the ability to record 3D content if and when a 3D channel ever comes to Freeview. Add to that classic PVR features like pause/rewind live TV and series link, and you’ve got one of the most comprehensive recorders around

But the BWT800 does so much more than simply record TV programmes. Also on board is a phenomenal range of other features that make it a complete home entertainment hub. It’s a fully-fledged 3D-ready Blu-ray player, equipped with all the nifty networking and 3D features found on the DMP-BDT310. A rich selection of multimedia files can be played from a variety of sources and you can even stream content from the internet or chat to people on Skype from the comfort of your armchair.

Aesthetically the BWT800 isn’t too dissimilar to the  except it’s a little fatter to accommodate the extra recording hardware. There’s a sleek black finish all over and a dappled texture on top, while the front panel is protected by a black flap embellished with a flash of silver. Flip it down and you’ll uncover an SD card slot, USB port, a few playback buttons and the disc tray

On the rear panel is the sort of all-encompassing selection of sockets you’d expect at this price. Like the BDT310 player, the BWT800 sports two HDMI outputs, which solves a big problem if your AV receiver lacks HDMI v1.4 inputs. You can connect the ‘Main’ output to your TV and the ‘Sub’ output to your amp, allowing you to enjoy HD audio and 3D pictures simultaneously. This second HDMI is not found on the cheaper 320GB DMR-BWT700

Composite, analogue stereo, optical digital and coaxial digital audio outputs are also provided, alongside an Ethernet port and a second USB port for the Skype communication camera. Usefully the deck is also fitted with two RGB-capable Scart sockets, which allow you to record from and playback on non-HDMI equipment.

The 500GB HDD holds up to 129 hours of HD material in its DR mode, or 258 hours of SD programmes. Any time you record from the Freeview tuner, whether it’s an HD or SD channel, the deck uses the DR mode, which makes a near-perfect digital copy of the programme direct from the broadcast bitstream. Recordings can be compressed into lower quality afterwards to save space on the hard-disk, which can be a time-consuming process but thankfully it’s carried out when the unit is in standby. It’s particularly useful for making Blu-ray copies, as it allows you to squeeze more content onto a disc

There are nine modes for converting recordings – five designed to squeeze hi-def content without greatly compromising picture quality (HG, HX, HE, HL, HM) and the other four are designed with SD in mind (the familiar XP, SP, LP and EP modes). Recordings can also be copied to Blu-ray disc or DVD (RAM, -RW/-R, RW/ R DL) and you can convert them while copying, but you can’t record directly onto a disc. The deck can squeeze up to 13 hours of DR-quality HD recordings to a dual-layer Blu-ray disc, or 35 hours if you convert to HM mode.

Copy protection applies with some high-definition broadcasts, which allow you to make only one copy on Blu-ray. The relevant copy protection status is clearly indicated in the Direct Navigator menu by an icon. When converting copy protected programmes into lower quality, the original is deleted to stop you making further copies.

The inclusion of two DVB-T2 tuners makes it possible to record one channel while watching another, or even record two channels simultaneously (two red lights on the front panel indicate when recordings are in process) although when doing so you can only flick between the channels that are being recorded, plus all the network features are disabled when recording anythin

The DMR-BWT800 is equipped with built-in Wi-Fi, which means you can connect to a wireless router without a dongle or Ethernet cable in sight. The deck is DLNA certified and can access multimedia content stored on Windows 7 PCs. As an added bonus, you can stream recordings from the DMR-BWT800 using other network-enabled Panasonic players around the house. We tried streaming a variety of files from a laptop and successfully played SD WMV and AVI files, MP3, WAV, JPEG, AVCHD, DivX, MP3 and WMA, but it wouldn’t play hi-def AVI files.

The DMR-BWT800 also features Viera Cast, which would have been cause for celebration a couple of years ago but with the shiny new Viera Connect system now found inside Panasonic’s new TV range, this old-school portal no longer cuts the mustard. YouTube, Twitter, Picasa and Acetrax are the only sites of interest, and the lack of BBC iPlayer is most disappointing (it’s found on Connect). Compare that with the smorgasbord of sites served up by Sony’s BRAVIA Internet Video and it’s not on the same level. Still, the user interface is beautifully presented and operates smoothly

And of course the addition of Skype this year adds a little excitement to the Viera Cast offering. We’re big fans of this feature on Panasonic’s other decks and here it’s just as enjoyable to use. The interface is slick and simple, allowing you to make calls with minimal fuss, while features like automatic answering messages and message recording to SD card add to its appeal. The only downside is the cost of the TY-CC10W camera/microphone – at £130 it’s quite an outlay

On the 3D front you get all the same features as the DMP-BDT310, including 2D to 3D conversion, which not only works with 2D Blu-ray discs but also with Freeview programmes recorded onto the hard-disk. There’s also a range of 3D effect adjustments, including the take-it-or-leave-it Screen Frame feature that puts a border around the screen in a bid to make the picture more comfortable to watch.

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