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“JVC’s new Blu-ray Combo Recorder lets us burn top-quality Blu-ray discs without burning up hours of rendering time.” —Joe Avallone President, Creative Group JVC’s SR-HD1500 Blu-ray/HDD Combo Recorder saves time and money on HD dubs. When you’re working with clients like ESPN and The Daily Show with John Stewart, there’s no room for compromising on quality when it comes to HD duplication. That’s why the Creative Group, one of the top post-production houses in New York City, chose JVC’s new SR-HD1500 Blu-ray/HDD Combo Recorder. As the world’s first professional HD combo deck with a built-in Blu-ray disc recorder, the SR-HD1500 can really simplify your workflow. Paired with a format converter such as the Edirol VC-50HD, it takes HDSDI signals, compresses them, and queues them to a built-in 500GB drive—saving time, money and lots of headaches. It also accepts content from virtually any camcorder that supports HD, HDV and AVCHD and imports it straight to the hard drive, so recording to a Blu-ray disc or DVD has never been easier. And it can all be done without a computer! Other features include: FireWire (i.LINK), S-video and composite inputs/outputs, RS-232C control, USB and SDHC card inputs, scene editing capabilities, authoring with a menu, as well as HDMI and component output. All in all, JVC’s Blu-ray/HDD Combo Recorder is making distribution and archiving faster and more economical than ever. For more information on the SR-HD1500 Blu-ray/HDD Combo Recorder, talk to the Pros at JVC. Call 1-800-582-5825 or visit ©2010 JVC.

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