Magnavox MDR515H/F7 500GB HDD and DVD-R with Digital Tuner

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The Magnavox MDR515H F7 500GB HDD and DVD-R with digital tuner is your one-stop solution for recording digital video. You can completely automate the recording process and store up to 620 hours of video on the built in hard disk drive. The built-in tuner receives digital signals and lets you watch, fast forward, rewind or freeze live telecast while recording. Also, the digital tuner DVD recorder provides a four-way dubbing (HDD to DVD, DVD to HDD, DV to HDD, and DV to DVD). This digital tuner box facilitates easy scaling-up of videos up to 1080p full HD resolution so you can view even low resolution videos with excellent clarity. It is compatible with most DVD formats and plays audio CDs as well as MP3s. The Magnavox DVD recorder features virtual surround system that reproduces theatre-like multi-channel sound. It comes with many convenient editing functions that let you add chapters or delete scenes from the recorded videos.

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The Magnavox MDR515H F7 500GB HDD and DVD-R with digital tuner is your one-stop solution for recording digital video. You can completely automate the recording process and store up to 620 hours of video on the built in hard disk drive. The built-in tuner receives digital signals and lets you watch, fast forward, rewind or freeze live telecast while recording. Also, the digital tuner DVD recorder provides a four-way dubbing (HDD to DVD, DVD to HDD, DV to HDD, and DV to DVD). This digital tuner box facilitates easy scaling-up of videos up to 1080p full HD resolution so you can view even low resolution videos with excellent clarity. It is compatible with most DVD formats and plays audio CDs as well as MP3s. The Magnavox DVD recorder features virtual surround system that reproduces theatre-like multi-channel sound. It comes with many convenient editing functions that let you add chapters or delete scenes from the recorded videos.

Magnavox MDR515H/F7 500GB HDD and DVD-R:

  • Records up to 620 hours of video on the built-in hard disk drive
  • 1080p Up-conversion
  • Watch, forward, rewind or freeze live TV while recording
  • Magnavox HDD/DVD recorder with digital tuner provides 4-way dubbing (HDD to DVD, DVD to HDD, DV to HDD, DV to DVD)
  • 1-month, 36-even programming
  • Dolby Digital Stream Out
  • Virtual Surround System
  • DV-Input
  • DVD Video Recorder/Player Features:
  • Progressive Scan Video Out
  • Plays DVD Video, DVD+R / RW [VR format], DVD-R / RW [Video format], CD-R/RW, Audio CD, MP3, JPEG
  • Recordable Disc (DVD+R / RW, DVD-R / RW)
  • Edit Functions (Scene Delete, Title Delete, Add Chapter etc.)
  • Five Speeds for Up to 6-hours of Recording
  • Closed Caption Data Writing
  • Multi Angle, Skip, Pause and Resume Play
  • 99 Programs and Random Play (CD)
  • Title, Sub Title Display and Marker (6 points)
  • Virtual Surround System
  • Specifications

    Volts: AC 120 V ( 60 Hz )
    Manufacturer Part Number: MDR515H/F7
    Is Lockable: Y
    Connector Type: S-Video input ( 4 pin mini-DIN ) - front ? Composite video/audio input ( RCA phono x 3 ) - front ? Composite video/audio output ( RCA phono x 3 ) - rear ? Component video output ( RCA phono x 3 ) - rear ? S-Video output ( 4 pin mini-DIN ) - rear ? Composite video/audio input ( RCA phono x 3 ) - rear ? S-Video input ( 4 pin mini-DIN ) - rear ? SPDIF output ( RCA phono ) - rear ? IEEE 1394 (FireWire/i.LINK) ( 4 pin FireWire ) - front ? HDMI output ( 19 pin HDMI Type A ) - rear ? RF input - rear ? RF output - rear
    Recordable Media Formats: DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD+RW, DVD+R
    Model: MDR515H/F7
    Accessories Included: Remote control, video / audio cable, RF cable
    Brand: Magnavox
    Features: Record ,  Simultaneous recording and playback ,  Yes ,  Infrared
    Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H): 11.50 x 16.60 x 2.40 Inches
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    by an anonymous customer 12/15/2010
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    • A. It works great. I'm in the same situation -- basic cable from the wall into this unit. Now I can see not only the analog channels but the unencrypted digital channels (typically the broadcast channels in your area).
      by ImaginaryNumbers2/3/2011
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    • A. Yes. It works like a dream. No cable set-top box required.
      by VegasJetsetter1/5/2011
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    • A. Same set up here too...works fine
      by Defense1/1/2011
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    • A. Yes, I have the same set-up.
      by daddyalman12/28/2010
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    • A. yes this will work,thats what i have.Do remember to switch off the auto clock setting ,if you dont the unit will reset its clock everyday making your scheduled recordings wrong.
      by tazauttie12/26/2010
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    • A. It receives analog cable channels 1 to 125 and also receives digital cable transmitted in the "clear QAM" format.
      by Hindenburg1/13/2011
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    • A. Absolutely, that's the best way to use this new and improved Mag 515 if you have cable or OTA antenna. That's the way I'm set up with my Basic Broadcast cable feed. I've got three Philips/Mag recorders daisy-chained on the coax all the way to my 47" Vizio HDTV. I've got a separate "line connection" from each recorder to diff. inputs on the HDTV to see internal stuff like menus, channels, HDD title and DVDs by selecting the approp. TV input. If you have a HDTV, this Mag should tune the same channels your TV gets now. Everything else you need to know about this new and improved Mag 515 is here (bookmark this link for future ref): http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?p=12244086#post12244086
      by wajo21/13/2011
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    • A. The Magnovox unit should be able to tune in any non-encoded QAM channels delivered by your basic cable provider. You can ask them for a list or visit the following link to see what is available in your area by your provider. http://www.silicondust.com/support/channels/ Remember to 'autosearch' both TV and DTV signal ranges to get the QAM and basic channels loaded.
      by BertB1/13/2011
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    by an anonymous customer 12/27/2010
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    • A. It plays prerecorded DVDs just fine.
      by ImaginaryNumbers2/2/2011
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    • A. Anything on a compatible DVD will play.
      by 1MadDog1/7/2011
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    • A. Yes, it will play regular DVDs but not Blu-ray DVDs...need a Blu-ray player for that.
      by VegasJetsetter1/5/2011
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    • A. Yes
      by AZMovieLover1/5/2011
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    • A. Yes, keeping in mind it will play in Digital SD only via the HDMI connector. DVD look fine from this player, but it is not a Bluray.
      by Vtx1300rider1/3/2011
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    • A. Yes it will play compatible DVD movies.
      by CriticallySkeptic12/28/2010
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    • A. Yes, but it is not a blu-ray player.
      by daddyalman12/28/2010
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    • A. Yes, it'll play home-made DVDs and commercial movies on single- or dual-layer DVD. Here's the list from the manual: CD-DA (audio CD) Video CD CD-RW CD-R DVD-video DVD+RW DVD+R DVD-RW (Finalized video mode) DVD-R (Finalized video mode) KODAK Picture CD MP3 or JPEG Pics on CD-RW/-R Everything else you need to know about this new and improved Mag 515H HDD-DVD recorder is here: http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?p=12244086#post12244086
      by wajo212/28/2010
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    If I record to HDD and then want to burn to DVD, do I have to manually edit commercials by pausing them? Or does this machine somehow automatically edit the commercials out while recording to HDD or DVD?
    by an anonymous customer 1/2/2011
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    • A. You have to manually mark the start & end of a commercial break to delete it. This does take some time, so it's mainly useful for cleaning up movies you will watch again or burn to DVD. However, for normal daily use, I like the "skip" feature (jump ahead 30 sec) for rapidly getting past commercials.
      by MetalsGeek2/26/2011
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    • A. I haven't tried burning DVD yet but I believe it's manual. It certainly does not automatically edit out commercials when recording to HDD, which I have done.
      by ImaginaryNumbers2/2/2011
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    • A. It does not automatically edit the commercials.
      by 1MadDog1/7/2011
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    • A. The machne DOES NOT autmatically edit out commercials while recording to HDD.
      by VegasJetsetter1/5/2011
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    • A. From reading the manual, it appears you have to go in and delete the commercials individually. I didn't see anywhere that it said it would automatically delete commercials.
      by AZMovieLover1/5/2011
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    • A. commercials are edited out manually before transferring to dvd.
      by videodog1/5/2011
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    • A. No, I am sorry to say it will not edit out commercials for you, you will have to edit them out yourself. But if you set your chapter marks at 10 minutes jumping to the next chapter will put you very close the the next one for editing. I only had one DVD recorder that would do that and it was not very accurate.
      by Vtx1300rider1/3/2011
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    • A. You have to use the Edit menu to find the commercials, mark the beginning and end, and delte them, as described in this help file (commercials are "Mid-Cuts"); http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showpost.php?p=12298466&postcount=17 They're pretty regularly spaced (~10-12-min apart), so not too difficult. Everything you need to know about this new and improved Mag 515H HDD-DVD recorder is here: http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?p=12244086#post12244086
      by wajo21/2/2011
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    12/15/2011

    Customer review by CoachJMP

    4.0 stars 12/15/2011 by CoachJMP
    by CoachJMP

    Very affordable DVR with lots of storage! I use it to keep sports videos recorded with digital camera backed up to the hard drive and then burn copies for parents, coaches, etc. Also useful to convert old VHS movies to DVDs. User interface takes a little getting used to, but reading instruction manual always helps! I have not connected to my television satellite box, so can't rate how useful it is with tv programming. It is however great for storing sports and family recordings and burning them to DVD!

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    CoachJMP
    Texas
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:45 - 54
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Every few days
    Some Parts Are Truly Excellent
    11/3/2011

    Customer review by GHIIIRocks

    4.0 stars 11/3/2011 by GHIIIRocks
    by GHIIIRocks

    The tuner in this thing is incredible. Hook up a decent antenna to it, and you get beautiful picture and sound. Record it to the hard drive or a DVD, and it looks exactly like the original. The HDD will probably hold more than I'll ever need, and if I do fill it, I can just dub some of it to DVDs. There is a bit of a learning curve to record DVDs, but if you have had a DVD recorder in the past, it won't take you long to learn their way of doing it. So why four stars? Any kind of input besides over-the air TV is NOT displayed in HD. There is no HDMI Input, so if you have cable, Uverse, Dish, DirecTV or something like that, you only have Antenna, Video and S-Video inputs from that source. The picture will be disappointing. It won't fill your HD-TV screen; there will be black bars at the top and bottom, and it won't be HD-quality. Other than that, I am happy I bought this.

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    GHIIIRocks
    Central Texas
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:45 - 54
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Every day
    Excellent Though Complex DVDR
    9/2/2011

    Customer review by MrNewsMedia

    5.0 stars 9/2/2011 by MrNewsMedia
    by MrNewsMedia

    I actually bought two of these, one from A__zon, and the 2nd from Walmart when A__zon raised the price. This is an amazing machine, with a 500GB harddrive and the ability to record to, or dub to, a DVD. The proper connection, set-up, and operation of the Mag 515 is somewhat complex, complicated by a user manual with some errors and misstatements. Many people have returned these units thinking they were broken, when in fact there are simple solutions for most problems. A thorough reading of the AVS Forum pages indexed at http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=940657 will solve all your problems. It is extremely helpful. Once properly connected, set-up, and operated, this DVR is practically magic. Recording weekly shows for later playback is easy, show titles and chapters can be written, and too many features to name are available. I am recording some old movies off a classic movie channel, and dubbing them to archival-quality DVDs for my collection. I am also considering dubbing some of my old video material (home movies, etc) to DVD for archiving, and sending to family & friends. There ARE a few quirks, and the interface with your programming provider varies, depending on who you have, where you're located, and how you're set up. I have found the complexities and quirks totally worth it, and thoroughly enjoy using both my Magnavox 515s.

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    MrNewsMedia
    Tampa Bay
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:55 - 64
    Ownership:2 - 3 months
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Every day
    T*VO On The Cheap
    4/13/2011

    Customer review by 1Busydad

    5.0 stars 4/13/2011 by 1Busydad
    by 1Busydad

    This Magnavox DVR with a 500 GIGabyte hard drive and built in digital HD tuner means that I can now record up to 103 hrs. of HD programming without videotape or DVD discs. Just like T*VO, but without the $600.00+ investment and monthly contract charge. And because it has its own tuner, I don't need cable, just rabbit ears. It's easy to hook up (just 1 HDMI cable and an antenna (or cable) wire. It's easy to program, and if I need to share, I can dub my downloaded movies and programs to DVD with the built in DVD player/recorder. What's not to love?

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    1Busydad
    Milwaukee, WI
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:55 - 64
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Every day
    Good product review. Answered all my questions.
    1/29/2011

    Customer review by FrankieJM

    3.0 stars 1/29/2011 by FrankieJM
    by FrankieJM

    I bought the first-gen Phillips in Summer '07. I started with a similar Polaroid product and was unhappy with the menu, and within 2 months, the fan couldn't keep up and started to make noises even though I was careful to place the unit in a well-ventilated area. I took that original Polaroid back to Walmart and discovered the Phillips 3575, which I have been very happy with for almost the last 4 years. You'll never find a bigger booster of this product than I. However, in the last year or so, the HDD seems to have developed defects that cause programs to freeze during playback, which then make it impossible to transfer to DVD without editing out the defects. Also, if I am in the middle of recording another program during these freezes, I am forced to turn off or unplug the unit and turn it back on, which then creates gaps in the newly-recorded program. For playback purposes, at first I could use the menu's 'forward search' option to 'jump ahead' of these defects, but now they are becoming more frequent and, once 'frozen', harder to work around. I have also been looking for a companion for the Philips, and this Magnavox seems like just what the doctor ordered, but I'm not ready to trash the Philips. Any suggestions out there for a 'work-around' that maybe I haven't considered? If possible, I would like to keep it and hook the newer Magnavox to a separate HDTV with a cable box.

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    FrankieJM
    Orlando, FL
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:55 - 64
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Every day
    Blower running all the time
    9/19/2011

    Customer review by Rosehillrockgardener

    4.0 stars 9/19/2011 by Rosehillrockgardener
    by Rosehillrockgardener

    I, too, was concerned about the blower running all the time. I found an answer online. I turned off the "auto clock set" and the blower now runs only while the unit is on. I turn on the "auto clock set" only once in a while now to let it auto set, then turn it off again. It would be nice if Magnavox/Phillips would issue a firmware update to address the issue since it is an OS problem. Otherwise it's a sweet machine.

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    Rosehillrockgardener
    Pocatello, ID
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:55 - 64
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Every day
    Excellent recorder
    3/9/2011

    Customer review by wdtrnr

    5.0 stars 3/9/2011 by wdtrnr
    by wdtrnr

    I rate the MDR515H/F7 at five stars because I’ve found it to be an excellent recorder which does everything that it’s advertised to do. As a former VCR user I had a steep learning curve facing me when I got the 515. But, by first reading the excellent review posted by wajo2 on 11-3-10 and its many links to additional information, plus, thoroughly reading the very adequate manual, I found that setup went reasonably smoothly and daily usage of this unit has been more than satisfactory. The only serious setup problem that I encountered was when I caused the unit to lock up (my fault) during setup and had to unplug it for several hours (overnight) before the time display reverted to the dot pattern that indicates that the unit is ready to be re-setup. After that everything went smoothly. As far as the negative comments that have been posted, I feel that being familiar with the available information before you dive into the setup and usage of this recorder will go a long way toward making your experience with the 515 a pleasant and successful one.

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    wdtrnr
    Carlisle, PA
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:65 or older
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Every day
    BUY IT
    9/7/2011

    Customer review by ACEARUE

    5.0 stars 9/7/2011 by ACEARUE
    by ACEARUE

    I did a one day shipping to the house. I ordered it late in the afternoon and it was shipped the next day and I received it the following day. The unit setup easily without any hassle. Of course, I already had a PIONEER DVR bought off the shelf in a Wal-Mart store in 2007. The two units have similar Menu options for setup so I had some understanding in configuring the Maganox DVR. I did not use the built-in digital receiver since I am using cable TV service with upgraded channel packages. I took the output from the cable box ran it to the 'Input' (backside) of the DVR. This allows me to record any channel I tune on the cable box. The Magnavox DVR appears to be very good in design and operation. I would recommend this unit to anyone asking for a recommendation. I did buy the 3 year Warrenty package only for pure protection. I did buy a warranty package for my PIONEER unit but nothing ever happened to that unit. It is a roll of the dice on purchasing the Warranty package.

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    ACEARUE
    Florida
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:65 or older
    Ownership:2 - 3 months
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Every few days
    Unit was Defective
    7/2/2011

    Customer review by RecordIt

    1.0 stars 7/2/2011 by RecordIt
    by RecordIt

    Unfortunately, I was not able to give this unit a test drive, as it was defective upon arrival. I did not test all the components; however, two of the components I tested did not function: - L1 S-Video jack - L2 RCA video jack The unit was promptly returned. I ordered and second unit and that one was also defective upon arrival in a similar fashion as the first. The second unit components that were defective were: - L1 S-Video jack - L2 S-Video jack I can understand an occassional unit being defective out of the box, but two in a row? I think the unit, if not defective, will meet my needs (although the feature set is lacking, compared to an older Panasonic DVR/VCR combo unit). Maybe I am a glutten for punishment because I am going to try a third purchase and keep my fingers crossed that the unit is not defective as were the previous two. If another brand were available to consumers in this country, I would not hesitate to try them before ordering a third unit.

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    RecordIt
    Ventura, CA
    Would recommend to a friend? No
    Age:45 - 54
    Ownership:1 week or less
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Every few days
    Great Alternative to Cable and Dish Network
    10/8/2011

    Customer review by JoMo46

    5.0 stars 10/8/2011 by JoMo46
    by JoMo46

    We originally signed up for Charter Cable TV service, but found that the signal would go out when it rained, got too hot or cold which we got lots of promises that the problem would be cured soon, but after 3 years of inferior service we decided to change over to Dish Network, which worked much better. Recently, we decided to 'Ditch the Dish' and start using FTA as a way of saving money, but didn't want to give up DVR as our busy schedules made it impossible to watch TV during scheduled broadcasting times. This led to searching for a FTA Receiver with built-in HDD and DVD Recorder for which we decided on the Magnavox MDR515H/F7 500GB HDD and DVD-R with Digital Tuner. We couldn't be happier with our decision as the Magnavox was easy to setup and use. It provides the ability to record programs and pause live TV which was very important to us. We highly recommend this product to anyone looking for an alternative to Cable or Dish Network.

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    JoMo46
    Buford, GA
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:65 or older
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Every day
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