1. Panasonic DMR-XW380

    Panasonic DMR-XW380

    With twin Freeview HD tuners, a 250GB hard drive and DVD recording, this is a flexible device

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  2. Panasonic DMR-EX99V

    Panasonic DMR-EX99V

    After a DVD recorder, VHS recorder and Freeview PVR all rolled into one? Here's your answer – and it's a decent performs to boot

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  3. Panasonic DMR-EX769

    Panasonic DMR-EX769

    No-frills DVD/HDD recorder but it does a fine job of the basics

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  4. Panasonic DMR-EX89

    Panasonic DMR-EX89

    If you're after this sort of one-box solution, the Panasonic is a good option, but for the cash we'd like to see better functionality

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  5. Samsung DVD-SH875M

    Samsung DVD-SH875M

    It isn't a bad recorder, but there's no one area of performance where it excels above average

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  7. Panasonic DMR-EX88

    Panasonic DMR-EX88

    With a massive 400GB hard drive, the Panasonic DMR-EX88 can record a whopping 712 hours – that's nearly 30 days – of telly!

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  8. Sony RDR-HXD995

    Sony RDR-HXD995

    This DVD recorder ticks all our boxes for spec and performance – and it has a gargantuan 250GB hard disk

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  9. Pioneer DVR-LX61D

    Pioneer DVR-LX61D

    This promising Pioneer is let down by lacklustre video and audio performance

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  10. Sony RDR-HXD890

    Sony RDR-HXD890

    This does everything we hope for from a DVD/HDD recorder and in fine style – no more than we've come to expect from Sony

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  11. Toshiba RD98DT

    Toshiba RD98DT

    This is a good recorder but there's some great competition about, meaning this Toshiba doesn't do enough to be considered an all-star all-rounder

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