Aiwa HV MX100 VCRs

HV MX100

Aiwa's Multi Voltage and Multi-format 4 head hi-fi stereo VCR is an extremely specialized unit that allows you to record and play tapes made anywhere in the world. It automatically converts the signal from one standard to another and plays all formats available.(PAL, SECAM) overseas voltage is also converted.

User Reviews (2)

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Robert Stephens   Audio Enthusiast [Nov 12, 2002]
Strength:

Has great Hi-Fi Stereo sound and picture is always clear. Auto tracking works very well too.

Weakness:

Only flaw I have found which is little is the noise reduction feature. If you use this unit with a home theatre system, you will see a slight difference. But if using only with a TV, you wont know the difference in sound level. But for the money you will pay, I would recommend not using this as your main VCR, cause any repair cost for a unit like this can be costly. And if any repairs are not done right, it could affect your universal features.

I bought this unit through the Circuit City Website and had it delivered to one of their local stores. This is a one all-do all if you have video tapes from outside the USA. No extra hardware is needed to view tapes from anywhere.

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
Laura   Audio Enthusiast [Mar 21, 2002]
Strength:

Clear picture, good Auto Tracking, good recording quality of audio and video.

Weakness:

Menu is hard to use to timer recordings.

For the ability to play VHS tapes from all over the world, in addition to very high quality, I do highly recommend the Aiwa MX100 multi-stand VCR. However, I have had it repaired twice (once under warranty and once out of pocket $200), but it does get HEVAY use at my house! I am assuming that my repair experiences are not the standard for this usnit, and I would happily purchase this mocel again.

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
3
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