Victor-JVC DR-BX500 Blu-ray Recorder Coming To Japan With Support For MPEG-4/H.264 Encoded Video
Victor of Japan, better known to most as JVC, will be releasing the DR-BX500 Blu-ray recorder in Japan come late November. Capable of recording BD-R/RE, MPEG-2 TS, MPEG-4 AVC/H.264, DVD-R/RW AVCREC, the DR-BX500 sports analog and digital terrestrial tuners, a 500 GB HDD, an Electronic Program Guide and allows you to record two programs at once. It also has a SD card slot that allows recording of AVCHD camcorder content to either the hard disk or to a Blu-ray disc. With support for 1080/24p, the DR-BX500 has an HDMI output, D4 video, s-video, composite and analog audio output and has an Ethernet jack so it can be hooked up to a local network. The 430 × 361 × 77mm, 5.4 kg projector doesn't have a set price yet, but we likely won't be seeing it in North America anytime soon.
Via AV Watch
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Posted by Justin Davey at October 14, 2008 9:00 AM