Record up to 8 hours on a single layer DVD+R/RW disc
The 8-hour record mode available on specific DVD recorder models lets you record up to eight hours of video on a single layer DVD+R/RW disc.
RGB in for best analogue-to-digital recording from set-top box
RGB Component Video is the inter-connection standard for analogue video with the highest quality -- sharper than S-video and composite video.Philips DVD recorders can record directly from RGB sources such as satellite receivers.
2.0 Dolby Digital Encoding for quality audio recording
Dolby Digital is an advanced digital audio encoding technology that is used on all DVD-Video discs. Philips DVD Recorders store audio in the same format, so it is fully compatible with any DVD player. The quality surpasses that of an analogue video recorder.
Your DVDs will play on existing DVD players and drives
DVD Recorders can play normal DVD-Video discs, but equally important is that DVD+R and DVD+RW discs recorded on them can be played on existing DVD-Video players.
Index Picture Screen is a DVD menu created on a DVD disc
The Index Picture Screen is a DVD menu created on every DVD+R/RW disc that is also accessible on normal DVD players. It gives you an instant overview and easy access, so you can directly see what's on the disc and navigate to the recording you want to watch.