Looking at your DVD player and wondering how you’ll ever get it to play your huge collection of VHS tapes? Well, good luck with that, but the VHS To DVD Converter offers the next best thing by letting you record your VHS tapes onto DVD.
VHS tapes were great back in the day but finding a VCR these days is like tripping over a unicorn in your back yard, and VHS tapes take up a lot of space when compared to a DVD. You can now free up a lot of space by merging your two video libraries together.
An HDMI output provides 1080p upscaling, delivering maximized video resolution and audio on HDMI-compatible TV’s with just a single cable, and a front DV input lets you connect a camcorder to the converter so you can transfer content straight to a DVD. You can also use the device to just watch DVD’s.
The converter works with most DVD formats but don’t try transferring Blu-ray or PAL-formatted media because the machine will just look at you funny. Okay! It won’t really look at you funny, but it won’t convert those forms of media, either. The system allows MP3, JPEG, and WMA playback, and includes a universal remote control, because nothing is complete these days without a remote control.
Bring your 20th century video library into the 21st century with the VHS To DVD Converter for $289.95 from Hammacher Schlemmer.