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Greek sidēro-, from sidēros, iron.


  • Same on Walmart's web site for H2160 under electronics. Forum

  • Yes, the Magnavox H2160 is indeed a reworked version of the better-known Phillips 3576. Forum

  • The only DVD recorder in North America thats still available "new" worth buying is the US-market Magnavox H2160. Forum

  • Right now, for $249, you can order a brand new Magnavox H2160 from Wal*Mart online. Forum

  • I think you're better off with a new Magnavox than trying to repair the old warhorse, and this H2160 is likely the last DVD / hard drive recorder we'll see in the USA so nows the time to buy. Forum

  • If you have the budget for $249, look at a Magnavox H2160 (back instock now at Wal*Mart online) or Canadian Pioneer 460 or 560 if you can find one. Forum

  • There are scattered reports that the current Magnavox version of the SV-2000 has a decent tuner not far off from the high-end H2160, so if you've been happy with your Funai you may just want to stay with the same mfr (Funai makes Sylvania, Phillips and Magnavox, which are usually decent if low-end, they also make very poor Toshibas which should be avoided). Forum

  • The only recorder that has a good one is the Magnavox H2160, but that is a DVD / hard drive combo (no vhs) and rather more pricey than your SV-2000. Forum

  • I read your suggestions of the Magnavox H2160 and Panasonic EZ-28 with interest. Forum

  • DVD/HDD recorders have pretty much vanished in the USA except for the Magnavox H2160, available at Wal*Mart and Target online for $229-279. Forum


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