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Toshiba DR430 DVD Player / Recorder

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Product Highlights
  • One Touch Recording
  • Video Upconversion up to 1080p
  • Multi-Format Recording and Playback
  • HDMI CEC
  • Zoom
  • Auto Finalize
  • Front DV Input
  • Progressive Out
  • Digital Photo Viewer
  • Dolby Digital Recording

Record your favorite TV shows or home videos to DVD with the DR430 DVD Player / Recorder from Toshiba thanks to its DVD-recording drive and host of video inputs. For an enhanced DVD video experience optimized for your HDTV, the DR430 sports DVD video upconversion to 1080p. Simply hook your satellite box up to the DR430's component-video or S-video inputs, set the timer, and you're ready to record. If you're looking to preserve home videos, you can either use the same video inputs to connect your VHS player, or the front DV input to connect your video camera directly to the DR430. Finally, this Toshiba DVD recorder records to a variety of DVD formats for optimal versatility. Further, a front-panel USB port makes it easy to connect to digital cameras, camcorders, and portable music players whether for playback or for media transfer to DVD.

If you're a home video enthusiast who needs a multi-faceted DVD player but don't want to settle for anything less than superb performance, the DR430 delivers both versatility and dependability.

One Touch Recording
One Touch Recording* makes recording your favorite show simple. Just connect your DVD recorder to your cable or satellite box and you are set to record with the push of one button.
*External tuner source required to record television programming. This product is not made or sold for unauthorized use of copyrighted works, and it is only intended for recording and playback of authorized content and any other lawful use
Video Upconversion up to 1080p Resolution via HDMI
Video upconversion up to 1080p** takes your current DVDs to a new level, for an amazing viewing experience on today's HDTVs.
**An HDTV or HD Monitor with an HDCP capable HDMI or DVI input is required for video upconversion. To upconvert to 720p, 1080i, or 1080p resolution, a 720p, 1080i, or 1080p capable HDTV or HD Monitor (as applicable) is required. While upconverting DVD video content may result in a picture that appears to be near HD quality, results may vary depending on content, display and settings
Multi-Format Recording and Playback
Multi-format recording and playback*** provides the utmost in recording media convenience with compatibility with the most popular formats (DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD+R, DVD+RW).
***Some DVD-R / DVD-RW and CD-R / CD-RW discs may be incompatible due to laser pickup, disc design or condition of disc. CD-R / CD-RW discs must be recorded using CD-DA method for CD audio playback. The DVD recorder may not support some MP3 / JPEG recordings due to differences in recording formats, disc structure, or condition of the disc
HDMI CEC
HDMI CEC**** makes controlling multiple components easy. Just connect your player to other compatible devices using an HDMI cable, and then control them using one remote, no additional programming or setup required.
****Use of HDMI CEC feature requires an HDMI CEC compatible display device. Depending on the display device specifications, some or all HDMI CEC functions may not work even if the display device is HDMI CEC compatible
Zoom
Electronically magnifies section of the DVD picture as it appears on the television. Great for focusing on special effects or reducing the black letter mashing at the top and bottom of select titles when viewed on a conventional (4:3) television.
Benefit: Lets user create close-up views of selected areas of the picture
Auto Finalize
Simplifies the recording process by automatically finalizing your recording for playback on standard DVD players
Front DV Input
Makes it easy to save your precious memories from your camcorder to DVD
Progressive Out
Video DAC -10-bit / 54 MHz
Digital Photo Viewer (JPEG)
Y / C Separation
Audio DAC 192kHz / 24bit
Dolby Digital Recording (2-Ch)
L-PCM Recording XP mode only
3-D Virtual Surround Sound
Recording Modes 1H(XP) / 2H(SP) / 4H(LP) / 6H(EP) / 8H(SLP)
Timer Recording 12 programs / 1 month
OSD Language: English / French / Spanish
1.5x FF with audio 1.3x / 0.8x with audio
Scan FF/REW 2x(fwd) 5x(back), 20x, 40x
Slow-Motion 1/2(fwd) 1/4(back), 1/8x, 1/16x
Instant Skip
Editing Features Playlist / Rename Title / Replace Title Thumbnail / Chapter Creation (User and Auto)
Timer Back Up (at standby mode)-30 sec
Auto Finalization with undo
Commercial Skip
Video Upconversion 720p / 1080i / 1080p
V-Chip Recording enables parental guidance control
Video
System NTSC
Region DVD: 1
Progressive Scan Yes
HD Upconversion Yes
Video D/A Converter 54MHz/10-Bit
Audio
Dolby Digital/DTS Compatibility DTS, Dolby Digital
Built-in Decoder Yes
HDCD Decoding Not Specified By Manufacturer
Audio D/A Converter 192kHz / 24Bit
LPCM Yes
Virtual Surround Yes
Bass Management No
Frequency Response Not Specified By Manufacturer
Signal to Noise Ratio Not Specified By Manufacturer
Dynamic Range Not Specified By Manufacturer
THD (Total Harmonic Distortion) Not Specified By Manufacturer
THX Certified No
A/V Playback Formats
Video DVD+R, DVD+RW, DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD-Video, SVCD, VCD
Audio CD-DA, CD-R, CD-RW
File Formats Supported JPEG, WMA
DivX Certified No
Convenience
Digital Media Slot No
Slow Motion Playback Yes
Frame-by-Frame Playback Yes
Bookmarking No
Zoom Yes
Input/Output Connectors
Analog 2x Audio Input
2x Composite Video
2x S-Video
1x Component Video
Digital 1x HDMI
1x Digital Coaxial Audio
1x DV Input
Other 1x USB
General
Tray Type Single Disc Horizontal
Remote Yes
Power Requirements 110 VAC, 60 Hz
Power Consumption Not Specified By Manufacturer
Operating/Storage Temperature Not Specified By Manufacturer
Energy Star Compliant Not Specified By Manufacturer
Dimensions (WxHxD) 16.5 x 2.3 x 10.2" / 419.1 x 58.4 x 259.1 mm
Weight 7.92 lb / 3.59 kg
Toshiba DR430 DVD Player / Recorder
  • Remote
  • AV Cable
  • Owner's Manual
  • 1-Year Parts / 90-Day Labor Warranty
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    ToshibaDR430 DVD Player / Recorder
     
    4.1

    (based on 71 reviews)

    Ratings Distribution

    • 5 Stars

       

      (33)

    • 4 Stars

       

      (26)

    • 3 Stars

       

      (6)

    • 2 Stars

       

      (1)

    • 1 Stars

       

      (5)

    88%

    of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

    Pros

    • Easy to set up (47)
    • Easy to use (45)
    • Great picture quality (35)
    • Attractive (31)
    • Reliable (30)

    Cons

    • Slow to load (11)

    Best Uses

    • Home (26)
    • Home theater (14)
    • Bedroom (5)
    • Dorm room (3)
      • Reviewer Profile:
      • Power user (31), Casual user (19), Enthusiast (17)
      • Was this a gift?:
      • No (64)

    Most Liked Positive Review

     

    Works as Advertised

    Recently a friend of ours came to me and asked for a suggestion on having her wedding VHS copied to DVD. As we started to discuss the matter I remember that I had several...Read complete review

    Recently a friend of ours came to me and asked for a suggestion on having her wedding VHS copied to DVD. As we started to discuss the matter I remember that I had several 8mm video cassettes that I also wanted to convert. I also wanted to convert the numerous VHS limited addition videos that I also had stored away. The conversation helped me to make a decision to purchase a unit that would do this in a simple (connect and record) manner. At the suggestion of my B&H associate I decided to purchase the Toshiba DR430. I was not disappointed. As a standalone unit it was an easy set up. The unit has an end of recording finalization, which makes it playable in other DVD players. This feature allowed me to hit the record button and walk away. The only setback with this unit is in the fact that it (Like most units of this nature) complies with the copyright infringement law. In other words I was unable to record my limited addition VHS tapes without the help of a Video Enhancer unit at the cost of approx. $ . All-in-all I am satisfied with this unit and so is my friend who now has the lasting memory of her wedding permanently embedded on DVD.

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    Most Liked Negative Review

     

    Not Without its Flaws

    Price is easily the number one reason to buy this unit. I wanted something new that was also a current model, meaning not refurbished, remanufactured, or even a new-in-box item from one or...Read complete review

    Price is easily the number one reason to buy this unit. I wanted something new that was also a current model, meaning not refurbished, remanufactured, or even a new-in-box item from one or more generations ago. This is because the lasers in these things do eventually degrade and I'm hoping for the longest possible life out of the unit.

    This is my first DVD Recorder after owning VCRs by GoVideo (a DVD combo unit), Sony, Panasonic, and GE. I'm accustomed to using 6 or 8 hour tapes and recording TV in the EP low quality setting. Disappointingly, this Toshiba unit in the SLP (8 hour) setting has a lower quality image than a comparable tape. I'm currently using the EP (6 hour) setting, which is acceptable, with the exception of some pixilation when quick movement is present. The "Reducing Block Noise" settings do not help; in fact they make the image worse. Still, the degradation which occurs with tapes over time should not be an issue with DVDs, so long-term quality should be more consistent. To get truly crisp images, you must use the XP mode, which reduces capacity to a paltry 1 hour per DVD. After recording, editing (such as deleting scenes, naming titles, adding chapter marks, etc.), inserting a disc, turning on the unit, deleting titles, or exiting the "Top Menu" after editing, the unit takes between 10 seconds to 2 minutes to load or write to the disc. This is rather cumbersome, but may be similar to other DVD recorders.

    The "Top Menu" button on the remote is one of the best features of the DR430. It allows you to preview the first frame of all the titles on your DVD while playing the highlighted title in a small window. This makes locating and identifying content on the DVD much easier than rewinding and fast forwarding a VCR tape or even scanning through a list of title names/times. You can also delete and edit titles through this screen.

    The two worst features (after the somewhat disappointing recording quality) are the commercial skip and one-touch recording functions. "Commercial Skip" turned out to be a button on the remote which jumps 30 seconds ahead each time you push it, which seems like false advertising if you ask me. "One-Touch Recording" is supposed to be able to record whatever you set on your satellite/cable box without having to program both. Considering I have an official DirecTV box, it should work—except that it's contingent on the box turning on AND shutting itself off. The DirecTV box never shuts itself off after auto tuning, so it would simply record until the whole DVD was full.

    Still, it is a lot easier to program than my old GoVideo VCR unit. You can use the number keys to set the time, or select hour, minute, and AM/PM individually with the arrow keys. If I wanted to set the timer to 9pm on the Go Video VCR and it was 9am, it required using the arrow keys to scroll through 12 hours of digits (as in 9:01am, 9:02am, 9:03am… which even at rapid fire speeds with the arrow held down took several minutes)! It also has S-Video in (satellite box) and out (TV) and a digital audio out for my receiver, the Go Video unit had those, but only on the DVD player side, and without an S-Video in. That means even just watching TV without recording, the image looks much better since it has to pass through the unit.

    Be forewarned that many of the features of the Toshiba DR430 are confusingly restricted to different DVD types or modes/formats. To get the full gamut, the best is to use DVD-RW and format them in "VR Mode"—but even then, to divide titles, you must view in "playlist mode" which you must toggle back-and-forth from "original mode" to see everything on the DVD (you cannot see both at the same time). DVD-RW "VR Mode" is the only one which allows you to delete titles at any point on the DVD and then regain the capacity by recording over them. (Other modes include DVD-RW "Video Mode," DVD+RW "VR Mode," DVD-R "Video Mode," DVD+R "VR Mode"). Also, with DVD-R you can only edit title names and delete titles, so for one-time recordings, use DVD+R as they allow you to create chapters wherever you want them.

    While I cannot definitively say that there is a competitive model out there which is any better than this one, I suspect a Windows media center or DVR would be a better solution, albeit without the compatibility and convenience of transportable and archivable DVD discs. I still find sorting through recordings cumbersome and slow, where a simple Windows interface would be so much easier. I also think that something with a 1TB drive would be much more capable than having to swap out 4.7GB discs so they don't get full and would allow a higher level of quality without fear of running out of capacity.

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    5.0

    Love this dvd recorder

    By Spencer

    from Alhambra,CA

    About Me Enthusiast

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Compact
    • Consistent Performance
    • Easy To Set Up
    • Easy To Use
    • High Quality Picture

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Home

      Comments about Toshiba DR430 DVD Player / Recorder:

      I store my videorecordings in dvds.When my old
      recorder broke down,I decided to get another one.
      Thanks to Toshiba for continuing making such.

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      4.0

      Save your old videos

      By Mark G

      from Ocala Fl

      About Me Casual User

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Compact
      • Easy To Set Up
      • Easy To Use

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Home

        Comments about Toshiba DR430 DVD Player / Recorder:

        I have been recording old VHS tapes while I still have a working VCR. If you want to save your old videos the DR430 works well. Simple to use and not that expensive compared to having it done by pros.

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        • No

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        1.0

        Good while it lasted

        By Professor

        from Illinois

        About Me Power User

        Verified Reviewer

        Pros

        • Attractive Design
        • DV input
        • Easy To Set Up

        Cons

        • Flimsy Construction
        • Slow To Load

        Best Uses

        • Home Theater

        Comments about Toshiba DR430 DVD Player / Recorder:

        This was my second unit purchased after the first unit died after a few days of use. This unit lasted about a month before problems arose with processing video with all the inputs. Unit failed at about 2 months old. Contacted Toshiba about the problem and their solution was to issue a credit to use on their website as they do not offer repairs. Wish it would have died sooner so I could have at least got my money back.But I did like the units while they worked.

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        4.0

        Great value for your money

        By Nigel

        from Deltona, FL

        About Me Power User

        Verified Reviewer

        Pros

        • Attractive Design
        • Compact
        • Consistent Performance
        • Easy To Set Up
        • Easy To Use
        • High Quality Picture

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Home Theater

          Comments about Toshiba DR430 DVD Player / Recorder:

          I use this product for recording movies and shows I wish to keep. It is an excellent DVD recorder, quality of recordings is excellent, no complants. There is, in my mind one drawback. The main objective is to get the best quality recording you can. This means that recording times should be, 1 Hr, 1.5 Hrs, 2 Hrs, 2.5 Hrs, 3 Hrs and 4 hrs. With these times you can practically fill a DVD easily. This machine has 1, 2, 4, 6, and 8 hours. Not a good choice

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          5.0

          I purchased this at B&H, Great Buy.

          By Bob

          from Tenn.

          About Me Casual User

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Attractive Design

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Home

            Comments about Toshiba DR430 DVD Player / Recorder:

            Great purchase at B&H, ordered late Wed afternoon,received it Friday two days later, Very Fast Shipping, and Great Buy from Bell 7 Howell.

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            5.0

            Does what I need

            By markjrenna

            from NJ

            About Me Power User

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Easy To Set Up
            • Easy To Use

            Cons

            • Slow To Load

            Best Uses

              Comments about Toshiba DR430 DVD Player / Recorder:

              I needed to create DVD's from a composite video source. It worked as advertised. Pretty easy to use and simple to setup.

              Not sure how much longer I will need it as things seem to always change. But for now it serves a purpose.

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              5.0

              GREAT FOR THE MONEY -GOOD QUALITY

              By Vapourizer

              from Berkeley, California

              About Me Power User

              Verified Buyer

              Pros

              • Attractive Design
              • Compact
              • Consistent Performance
              • Easy To Set Up
              • Easy To Use
              • High Quality Picture

              Cons

                Best Uses

                • Home Theater

                Comments about Toshiba DR430 DVD Player / Recorder:

                We use this as a backup DVD recorder.

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                • No

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                4.0

                Very economical

                By Freddy

                from Tacoma, WA

                About Me Power User

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                Pros

                  Cons

                    Best Uses

                      Comments about Toshiba DR430 DVD Player / Recorder:

                      Purchased this to record off-air signals, all my previous DVD recorders had rf inputs so I assumed this one did too. It doesn't, whoops.

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                      5.0

                      Dvd recorder

                      By Ed Man

                      from Michigan

                      Comments about Toshiba DR430 DVD Player / Recorder:

                      This was a replacement player. Works great.

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                      5.0

                      DVD Recorders - I Got Lucky!

                      By The Converter

                      from Cleveland Ohio

                      About Me Power User

                      Verified Buyer

                      Pros

                      • Attractive Design
                      • Compact
                      • Consistent Performance
                      • Easy To Set Up
                      • Easy To Use
                      • High Quality Picture

                      Cons

                        Best Uses

                          Comments about Toshiba DR430 DVD Player / Recorder:

                          I convert a lot of VHS & SVHS tape (not store bought movies). I've found standalone DVD recorders are getting tough to find in the USA, & have owned some nightmares (with big names), including "combos", which I'm leery of, - and they lack the features I want anyway. This one is great! price is right, S-video in & out,(as well as component playback, easy manual/use, on the fly editing options; easy formatting and "finalizing", & perfect playback. I stick with DVD-R, but this handles all the formats. Very, very happy.

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                          5.0

                          A wise buy

                          By cowgirl moma

                          from California

                          Comments about Toshiba DR430 DVD Player / Recorder:

                          I've wanted to make DVD copies from my old homemade vhs tapes before they became unusable but thought a recorder would be expensive. I was delighted to find the Toshiba player/recorder for an extremely reasonable price! To make it even better I found I can use this product to make DVDs from my camcorder tapes. Now I can enjoy (on our big tv screen) watching my horses having fun together & learn from reviewing what we recorded while riding.

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                          5.0

                          No issues

                          By Bro

                          from Illinois

                          Comments about Toshiba DR430 DVD Player / Recorder:

                          Have burned 5 DVDs with no problems. Make sure you do not buy double density discs like I did first time around. This recorder will not record on them

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                          4.0

                          Good quality for the price

                          By Stefteach

                          from Bradenton, Fl

                          About Me Power User

                          Verified Buyer

                          Pros

                          • Attractive Design
                          • Compact
                          • Easy To Set Up
                          • Easy To Use
                          • High Quality Picture

                          Cons

                          • Slow To Load

                          Best Uses

                          • Home

                          Comments about Toshiba DR430 DVD Player / Recorder:

                          We record straight to DVD from cameras when the event is longer than one hour... so far it worked very well. Only thing is the finalizing procedure is under the Setup menu; not very intuitive, but other than that, no problems.

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                          4.0

                          Easy to Use DVD Recorder

                          By Jrpause

                          from Connersville, IN

                          About Me Power User

                          Verified Buyer

                          Pros

                          • Attractive Design
                          • Consistent Performance
                          • Easy To Set Up
                          • Easy To Use
                          • High Quality Picture

                          Cons

                            Best Uses

                            • Home
                            • Sd Production Backup

                            Comments about Toshiba DR430 DVD Player / Recorder:

                            So far this unit has been very reliable. The menu system is easy to navigate and finalize.

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                            4.0

                            New and old at the same time

                            By Ash

                            from California

                            About Me Power User

                            Verified Buyer

                            Pros

                            • Easy To Set Up
                            • Easy To Use

                            Cons

                            • Noisy
                            • Slow To Load

                            Best Uses

                            • Home

                            Comments about Toshiba DR430 DVD Player / Recorder:

                            I just got this product after my Panasonic DVD player quit on me the other day after 6 years. The door on it had stopped opening so I looked at reviews and the DR430 kept coming up as a well priced, well reviewed player/recorder. Totally not overpriced but not as sleek as my old Panasonic. The DR430 is almost like going back in time with its block green clock and blue screen but it does the trick. A little noisy when starting up, opening, and scrolling through titles. It is slower to react and play disc's than my older player which is a little frustrating. I have not tried recording yet but will review back with more info.

                            Overall worth the price and would recommend.

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                            4.0

                            Perhaps the Last One Standing

                            By mvpatl

                            from Greater Atlanta, GA

                            About Me Power User

                            Verified Buyer

                            Pros

                            • DV input
                            • High Quality Picture
                            • Ieee-1394firewire Input
                            • Ieee-1394 Firewire Input

                            Cons

                            • Awkward Menu System
                            • Slow To Load

                            Best Uses

                            • On Location

                            Comments about Toshiba DR430 DVD Player / Recorder:

                            In a short while, this will be a Eulogy; akin to writing about rotary phones and VHS tape. I certainly embrace technology, but this is one segment that has been abandoned by virtually everyone except Toshiba. Good for them.

                            If you are reading this review you either; have some old tapes to archive, or you are a Legal Videographer. The DR430 is about your only choice.

                            So here we go. First the Downside:

                            The Setup & Menu System is not as elegant as the workhorse LITE-ON stand-alones that served well for many years.

                            There is no Date/Time memory - unplug and you start over.

                            The logic used for reading blank media or finalizing discs is slow as molasses.

                            Functions other than Stop/Play/Record/Skip/Power & Open/Close MUST be done with the remote control.

                            Choosing characters to title a track is cumbersome with multiple key presses required.

                            On the Plus side:

                            DVD image quality is "as good as it gets".

                            It has a front-panel IEEE-1394/FireWire/DV input! Especially for Camera Originals, it's the sensible way to get the best video.

                            The DR430 is lightweight. Build quality and the tray mechanism seem solid. Record reliability has been very stable.

                            So far, I have not been able to determine how long it will hold Record Pause without complaining, but I don't anticipate it will be an issue.

                            I DO recommend that you play with it a bit before taking it in the field, to save time and avoid frustration.

                            And, as I led off, it's about the only game in town. Enjoy it while you can.

                            [Any repetition, forced lower case letters - caused by Review Page formatting.]

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                            5.0

                            Perfect for the job!

                            By SL

                            from Southern California

                            Comments about Toshiba DR430 DVD Player / Recorder:

                            Great price on a capable, easy to install and use DVD player! Fast delivery, too. B&H never lets me down!

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                            2.0

                            Good Machine. Customer Service Sucks

                            By Spadeghhost

                            from NYC

                            About Me Enthusiast

                            Verified Reviewer

                            Pros

                            • Compact
                            • Consistent Performance
                            • Easy To Set Up
                            • Easy To Use
                            • High Quality Picture

                            Cons

                              Best Uses

                                Comments about Toshiba DR430 DVD Player / Recorder:

                                Toshiba Wants U To Mail Back An Entire Unit, When The Only Faulty Product Is The Remote.......

                                • Was this a gift?:
                                • Yes

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                                4.0

                                Good deal on DVD recorder!

                                By deadlucky

                                from Cincy, Ohio

                                About Me Power User

                                Verified Buyer

                                Pros

                                • Attractive Design
                                • Consistent Performance
                                • Easy To Set Up
                                • Easy To Use
                                • High Quality Picture

                                Cons

                                • Slow To Load

                                Best Uses

                                • Dorm Room
                                • Home
                                • Home Theater

                                Comments about Toshiba DR430 DVD Player / Recorder:

                                Works excellent, well featured and a good value.

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                                • No

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                                5.0

                                great recorder

                                By maximilian

                                from minneapolis, mn

                                About Me Casual User

                                Verified Buyer

                                Pros

                                • Easy To Set Up
                                • Easy To Use

                                Cons

                                  Best Uses

                                  • Home

                                  Comments about Toshiba DR430 DVD Player / Recorder:

                                  i use this to record and it works great for dvds. it's a great deal for the price.

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