[Review] Sony RDR-HX510 and previous models - confused!

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    flash Two ears: two channels

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    Sony RDR-HX510 and previous models - confused!

    Sony are getting good reviews for the recently released RDR-HX510.

    I am interested in this machine but a quick surf of the internet throws up apparently similar but discontinued models such as the RDR HX-710, 900, 1000...

    Has anyone else looked at/bought any of these? What are the differences between these models apart from hard disk capacity? How do they perform?

    I like the idea of getting more hard disk capacity than 80Gb by going for one of these discontinued models but can't work out whether I might be missing out on some major features such as progressive scan.

    Can anyone advise?

    Thanks.
     
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    robert_cyrus, Jul 8, 2005
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    Thanks for info...

    Thanks Robert, I have found much of interest on this site.

    Reckon I'll hang on for a 710 or 910 then.
     
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    i'm waiting for the panasonic eh60 - 160 gig hd, dvd-+r(w) etc and built in freeview tuner. seems to be the perfect 1 box solution.
     
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