I no longer have the necessary cables to confirm video on screen, but all of the functions work on the player itself. Features JVC's D-Theater decryption technology. The multi-format deck offers home theatre enthusiasts the ability to record and play back true high-definition HDTV images in full digital video quality, along with unsurpassed conventional VHS, Super VHS and Super VHS ET playback. Not only does it record and play back broadcasts in true HDTV quality, it also is fully compatible with a customer's existing library of VHS and S-VHS tapes.
The Panasonic PV-HD1000 digital VCR is a four-head unit that is compatible with both D-VHS-formatted digital tapes and standard VHS. The PV-HD1000 even allows you to play tapes recorded in S-VHS mode. With an optional set-top box, it can record a picture with 1,080 active lines of resolution--more than four times the resolution of the VHS format. Once connected via an IEEE 1394 digital interface, you'll be able to record and play back all 18 Advanced Television Systems Committee (ATSC) digital formats, including all variations of HDTV and SDTV.The multi-program recording function enables you to record and play back multiple programs simultaneously transmitted on the same bandwidth. This unit features a universal remote. The Panasonic PV-HD1000 is also equipped with VCR Plus+ with Cable/DSS box control. This feature permits you to program your VCR with the PlusCode numbers that are published in various TV directories throughout the country and record shows with one-touch control. Other features include VHS hi-fi stereo for true, high-fidelity stereo sound with a dynamic range of more than 90 dB; front audio-video input jacks for easy connection to additional video equipment; and auto clock set with 24-hour backup. Index Search automatically places a signal on the videotape control track at the beginning of each program for quick access and previews each indexed segment for 10 seconds. The Panasonic PV-HD1000's auto head cleaner automatically maintains the video heads to help minimize magnetic particle buildup from older and rental tapes. The Panasonic four-head PV-HD1000 features the D-VHS system, which records and plays back HD and SD digital broadcasts (all 18 ATSC formats) with cable/DSS box control onto D-VHS cassettes in full digital quality, capturing the signals from a digital set top box via its IEEE-1394 connection and playing back digital program material with no image loss, exactly as is was originally broadcast. The deck includes advanced video processing circuitry to assure superior quality from all analog and digital formats, such as a Frame Synchronizer function that yields the best possible picture quality when dubbing analog video sources onto D-VHS cassettes. The PV-HD1000 features Hi-fi stereo sound. Panasonic Launches Worlds First HD-Compatible D-VHS VCR Which Records Digital And Analog Signals. Panasonic Consumer Electronics Company (PCEC), a prominent leader in consumer digital television products, has announced the retail launch of its new digital VCR ("D-VHS" VCR) - the world's first High Definition (HD) compatible VCR to hit the U. Editors Note: When first introduced the D in D-VHS represented "Data" not Digital. "The new Panasonic D-VHS VCR adopts the "5C Digital Transmission Content Protection (DTCP) technology to safeguard copy-protected material transmitted via IEEE 1394 digital interface connections. Matsushita Electric Industrial Company, Ltd. (MEI), along with other consumer electronics manufacturers, developed the DTCP technology. "Panasonic is pleased to launch products with DTCP, which would support the motion picture industry's need for copy protection, " said Brian Hoffman, Assistant General Manager, PCEC Consumer Video Division. The Panasonic PV-HD1000 is the first VCR in the world capable of accepting both High Definition (HD) and Standard Definition (SD) digital television broadcast formats - when paired with the Panasonic DTV-certified set-top decoder (Model TU-DST50) - as well as standard analog NTSC signals.
PSMC's digital tape allows consumers to capture and retain the high-quality resolution, vivid detail and 5.1 Dolby Digital audio that DTV offers. "More and more consumers are being exposed to the benefits of DTV since television stations started broadcasting the new format last November, " says Ed Webster, General Manager, Magnetic Media and Accessories Division, PSMC. Now, with the Panasonic D-VHS VCR and our new digital video tape, consumers may capture the brilliant, crystal-clear images and digital surround sound of the new DTV broadcasts to enjoy whenever they wish. Thanks to digital compression technology, broadcasters will be able to transmit multiple DTV programs simultaneously if they choose. With the D-VHS VCR and D-VHS tape, consumers will be able to record all of these new "multi-cast" DTV programs on a particular channel without missing any of their favorite shows.
Currently, more than 50 television stations in the top 30 markets are broadcasting DTV signals. The Panasonic PV-HD1000 is the first VCR in the world capable of accepting both High Definition (HD) and Standard Definition (SD) television signals.When paired with the Panasonic DTV-certified set-top decoder (model TU-DST50), the new VCR can record all 18 ATSC formats, retaining the high-quality resolution and vivid detail that DTV offers. "This product completes the DTV experience for home viewers, " said Hoffman, who will now be able to capture all the excitement of the new DTV broadcasts. Digital recordings can be made on the newly developed digital VHS (D-VHS) tape, model AY-DF300, available from Panasonic. Panasonic is packaging a blank D-VHS tape with its PV-HD1000 VCR so that consumers may start enjoying the new digital recording machine right away. Panasonic AY-DF300 digital video tape offers up to 2.5 hours of recording time in the HS (high-speed) mode and may be used with any D-VHS VCR. With the growing number of DTV broadcasts, retailers are eager to show the stunning quality of HD images to consumers. The Panasonic D-VHS VCR allows them to playback pre-recorded HD materials for demonstration on their sales floors. Aside from its digital compatibility, the PV-HD1000 is also a full-featured, four head, hi-fl stereo VHS VCR, able to record and play back standard VHS tapes. Consumers can continue to enjoy taping their favorite standard television (NTSC) programs, and viewing rented movies or home videos. Features include Auto Clock Setting using the Extended Data Service (EDS) signal carried by many PBS stations; front-mounted analog AN inputs for easy connections; and Panasonic's universal remote control, which has back lit buttons and stands upright.
This universal remote operates most brands of n/s and cable/DSS boxes. The VCR has an attractive, "wide body" home theatre component design, purposely styled to fit in with other home theatre products. Display Menu Language English, French, Portuguese, Spanish. Timer Backup 24 hour(s).Additional Features S-VHS playback capable, auto repeat mode, shuttle control. Channel Coverage VHF:2-13, UHF:14-69, Cable:1-125. Analog Channel Presets 181 channels. Sound Output Mode Hi-Fi stereo. Channel coverage Cable:1-125, UHF:14-69, VHF:2-13. Electronic Program Guide VCR Plus+.
Supported Devices TV, VCR, cable box, satellite TV system. Secondary Audio Program (SAP) Yes. Additional Features Auto repeat mode, S-VHS playback capable, shuttle control. The item "Panasonic PV-HD1000 D-VHS D-Theater Digital Video Cassete Recorder" is in sale since Friday, March 6, 2020. This item is in the category "Consumer Electronics\TV, Video & Home Audio\Home Audio\Receivers & Amplifiers\Amplifiers & Preamps".
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