The SR-VD400US is JVC's first affordable high-definition system. This system plays all variations of D-VHS included encrypted recordings, password protected and non-password protected recordings.
With an HD MPEG-2 encoder analog and digital source material is transferred rapidly, saving you time and money and giving you a quality image to review when completed.
The SR-VD400US is ideal for business owners who want their presentations to be picture perfect every time. It is also ideal for the home video enthusiast who wants to own the best of the best and will settle for nothing less than top quality video signals even when viewing VHS technology.
This VCR is packed with so many capabilities and the highest picture quality possible. Used as a stand-along HDTV player or as an integral part of a television production facility the applications are endless.
D-VHS Format Recording and Playback
Record MPEG-2 Transport Stream data, including high definition material, for professional quality recording and playback.
Pro-HD Encrypted and Password Protected Playback
The SR-VD400US plays back all D-VHS tapes, including secure program content and programs not viewable on ordinary D-VHS decks. Password protected programs are playable when you have the correct password.
A built-in MPEG-2 encoder/decoder (CODEC) enables D-VHS recordings from NTSC analog and digital sources. Signals are transferred to MPEG-2 format and recording time is dramatically decreased.
Versatile IEEE-1394 Connectivity
Connect a computer, digital set-top box or HD camcorder and transfer or record HD digital signals directly to your VTR.
HDTV Component Output
With component outputs you can view your programs on plasma monitors and other HD displays, greatly enhancing your video watching experience.
Playback Picture Format Converter
All formats can be down-converted to 480i for easy viewing on standard monitors or up-converted to 720p or 1080i for viewing on technologies latest displays.
Analog VHS, S-VHS Recording and Playback
Play and record analog recordings in VHS and S-VHS modes. Perfect for screenings of footage that has to look above par.