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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 202020 14-Sep-2016 00:15
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Does anyone have a second hand panasonic HDD / DVD TV freeview recorder they want to sell? Perhaps an older one that you've upgraded from?

 

Anything a few years old will do, as long as it has twin recorders, and can pause live TV, and has a DVD player as a minimum (DVD recorder, Blu-ray player, or blu-ray recorder are all just a bonus).

 

Just to pair with a panasonic TV in a separate location, I already use a Panasonic TV and DMR-BWT835 at home.

 

Thanks


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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 1629139 14-Sep-2016 10:21
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I have one of these floating around and think it's time for an upgrade (as it's my only one)

 

http://www.panasonic.co.nz/products/home-entertainment/dvd-and-blu-ray/dmr-xw390

 

 

 

I'm in Hamilton and would consider a fair offer




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  Reply # 1630634 15-Sep-2016 08:50
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Thanks, PM sent.


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  Reply # 1630833 15-Sep-2016 12:23
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I have a Samsung BD-F8500 which is gathering dust and am in Wellington if your other option doesn't suit.




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  Reply # 1631401 15-Sep-2016 23:17
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Disrespective:

 

I have a Samsung BD-F8500 which is gathering dust and am in Wellington if your other option doesn't suit.

 

 

Thanks, will keep it in mind, but first preference is Panasonic (to link nicely with panasonic TV via one remote), also keeping an eye on cheap ones on trademe.


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