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I just picked up one of these for $25 and it works great.

I have several Magnavox 2160s which I swapped out the hdd from 500gb ones.

I'm wondering if there's a similar way to swap out for a larger drive on the Philips 3575/37?
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I just picked up one of these for $25 and it works great.

I have several Magnavox 2160s which I swapped out the hdd from 500gb ones.

I'm wondering if there's a similar way to swap out for a larger drive on the Philips 3575/37?

 

Same way as you did for the 2160's... here's the help file in case you need it.

500GB max. PATA or SATA w/PATA-SATA adapter in the models prior to the new 53x Series (which is 1TB max.).


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Same way as you did for the 2160's... here's the help file in case you need it.
500GB max. PATA or SATA w/PATA-SATA adapter in the models prior to the new 53x Series (which is 1TB max.).

Thanks! I wasn't sure if I had seen this for the Philips.

I'll have to give it a try.
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