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Funai DVD Player DV220FX4  Video Combination

Funai DVD Player DV220FX4 Video Combination

Item: FNADV220FX4    Model: DV220FX4

Funai DVD Player DV220FX4 Video Combination
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  • 3.8"H x 17.2"W x 9.2"D
  • Black
  • 5.6 lbs
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3.8"H x 17.2"W x 9.2"DBlack5.6 lbsEachFunai DVD Player DV220FX4 Video Combination3.8"H x 17.2"W x 9.2"DBlack5.6 lbsFunai DVD Player DV220FX4 Video Combination91.99USD$std$$thb$

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Funai DVD Player DV220FX4 Video Combination

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(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)


One costly bad function, 3 functions OK

By Murrax

from Cambridge, MA

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Comments about Funai DVD Player DV220FX4 Video Combination:

I bought the Funai DV220FX4, a VCR/DVP combo box. It is much less expensive than other new VCRs (which are scarcely being manufactured now). On the carton it says "in-line recording." That means it doesn't have a tuner. I checked with my cable company, whose agent told me that the DTV box it supplied to transmit digital signals to my TV is a tuner. However, it turns out that little DTV box has only one coaxial input jack (from antenna or wall cable) and one coaxial output jack (to carry signal to the TV). In principle that output jack could be routed to the Funai VCR, with output from the VCR going to the TV. In that way one can watch a live program, and/or record that program (directly or via timed setting). But the Funai does NOT have a coaxial input jack; it has input jacks for the RCA-type yellow (video) and white (audio) cables. Therefore one has to find intermediate equipment that will 1) have an input jack for a coaxial cable, 2) appropriate internal wiring to transmit the signal, and 3) output jacks for yellow and white plugs on a cable that has yellow and white plugs at both ends. 'Cable box' is too vague a designation, a 'converter box' did not work, and it is not an 'RF modulator.' When I called the Funai help desk, the semi-competent agent could not identify the needed equipment but assured me that Walmart, would have it. I could not find it at 2 Walmarts (clerks had either no or the wrong ideas about what to use); nor at 2 Best Buys, 1 Target, 2 Radio Shacks or one comprehensive hardware store. Finally online I located an 'RF demodulator' that had the requisite jacks. It cost $81 including shipping, which doubles the cost of the Funai combo. I have all the needed cables and connected it easily. The scheme did NOT work; the TV showed a flickering black-peppered white screen, accompanied by very loud static. My cable company says it has the box I need, which it rents at $10 a month. I gave up and returned the Funai, etc.. The other 3 functions, play a VCR, play a DVD video and play a music CD all work well; if that's all you want, the Funai is satisfactory.

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