Home video entertainment systems have gone a long way since the early days of video cassettes. Today, there are options that can playback your DVDs and VCR tapes and display them in clear detail.
Having a self-contained system with multiple functions frees you from the hassles of complicated setups. With an appliance that has the TV, DVD, and VCR, all in one box, you do away with figuring out how to connect things to each other. Combo systems come as one complete package, so you don’t need cables or splitters. Just plug in the power, turn it on, pop in your video and you are ready to go. This ultimately saves you time as you no longer have to fiddle around with connections—and gives you more time to enjoy your videos or home movies. With multi-system compatibility, you also will not have to worry about video encoding formats or region settingsas the system plays back all the videos whether they be PAL or NTSC format. The multisystem combo has got you covered.
Never miss your favorite shows again. With its video recording capability, you can just set a scheduled recording for your shows so you can watch them at a later time—a great convenience for when you have to be away for your favorite program. The large display, 16:9 widescreen format, 400:1 contrast ratio, and wide 176-degree view angle delivers clear and bright picture quality—great for unwinding in the living room with the family.
Legacy support and connections for AV in/out, Component video, and S-Video also allows you to connect your other devices to build you the ultimate entertainment system. Advanced models also come with SD, MMC, Memory Stick, and USB inputs with built in player, and auxiliary inputs for PC/VGA connection and playback allow for the ultimate home theatre setup and experience.