Aiwa HV-MX1 VCRs

HV-MX1

4-Head Mono VCR w/ Full Function Remote

User Reviews (4)

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SELIM GUSIC   [Jul 15, 2002]

i'LL TRYING TO ORDER THE HEAD FOR HV-MX100U 4. PLEASE WRITE ME THE E-MAIL BACK WHICH WAY i CAN ORDERET , THANKS

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0
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0
Ian   Casual Listener [Feb 27, 2002]
Strength:

Played British tapes nice enough

Weakness:

Was $600 - and with HIFI VCRs dirt cheap nowadays it takes a good reason to drop that sort of big money again. Aiwa doesn''t have a big authorised repair list according to their website - not one in Atlanta

I have an MX-1 -or had - it worked fine for 6 years - it recently packed up - estimate to fix was 300 by Best Buy I got it to play tapes from home as I am a Brit. But also used it plenty as a regular video. Did the job

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4
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3
Martin Brewer   Audio Enthusiast [Nov 08, 1999]
Strength:

Flexibility. Converts any standard (almost) to any other. Plays video tapes of virtaully any standard.

Quality, whilst not professional, is still good. Conversion from a live source is excellent.

Weakness:

MX1 does not do hi fi, nor does it have a full 181 channel cable tuner. Both of these difficencies are fixed in the MX100.

I would rate this a five star if it was hi fi and had a better tuner.

The MX100 has both, so given the choice go for the 100. It should be the last vcr you'll ever need.

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4
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4
Ken Gleason   Casual Listener [Feb 23, 2001]
Strength:

Excellent conversion from PAL to NTSC or vice-versa. Exceptional Hi-Fi Stereo capability for a VCR. (HV-MX100U)

Weakness:

No S-Video Jacks. No S-VHS.

Though in this rating its listed as a MX-1, I'm assuming this is a typo and means the HV-MX100U unit. I bought a JVC GRSXM7700A SVHS-ET Camcorder in Malaysia thats a PAL unit. I Needed a Multisystem/Converter VCR for converting and recording in NTSC video format. Looked at several models that would have what I wanted without spending a fortune and this had most for the lowest price. Hopefully the next model Aiwa produces will have a SVHS recording feature, but for converting thru to my SVHS recorder on my other VCR, this will do for now. Simple to operate, and PAL/NTSC/Secam conversion is great. If you have PAL format movies..then this is definitely the unit to get for converting.

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4
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4
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