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VOX TV-R HDD Media Player/Recorder


Author:  Artiom Bell
Date:  2008.09.22
Topic:  Miscellaneous
Provider:  VOX
Manufacturer:  VOX






VOX TV-R HDD Media Player/Recorder

VOX TV-R

VOX TV-R

Introduction

Say you are watching your favorite show on television, enjoying your time, minding your own business after a long day of work, and suddenly you get a phone call. Now because of some random inexplicable emergency the odds of which happening while you're watching your show is one in a million, you are forced to leave the pleasure of home and zoom out. What oh what to do? Well, this is when the TV-R form VOX comes in and records your show so that you can watch it later. How well does the VOX TV - R do it and what else does it do? Read on and find out.

What's a TV-R?

Well now that the TV-R saved that day, some of you might be asking what a TV-R actually is, what it is intended to do and why is it should you get it. Aside from the aforementioned recording feature, VOX packed a whole bunch of other features into such a small package. The TV-R has the ability of playing music and getting the photos from the camera and displaying on the TV. It supports a plethora of different file formats inclding the popular video formats such as MPEG 1,2, 4 and music formats such as MP3, WMA, and WAV. The TV - R is basically a hard drice with a TV interface.

Specifications

TV System
NTSC/PAL
Video Formats

MPEG - 1 (VCD,DAT, MPG)
MPEG - 2 (DVD, VOB, MPG)
MPEG - 4 (AVI, ASF, MP4), DivX, XviD

Audio Formats
MP2, MP3, MP3 Lirik, WMA, WAV, AAC
Photo Formats
JPEG, BMP, GIF
Video Outputs
(RCA)/S-Video
Audio Outputs
Stereo 2-ch (RCA)
Dimensions
137 x 77 x 25 mm (248 g)
Power Supply
AC 100 - 240 V; DC 5V/2A
Supports online firmware update

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