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Question DSR-6000 ONE Harddrive or TWO?

I've read that the newer Phillip DSR-6000 only have one hard drive instead of two. Is there any way to tell which only have one?

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Water displacement?

Just don't do it while it's plugged in.

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You can also try Mercury displacement it might work too, with water you'll have to deal with water vapor and all, Mercury works better!

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Water displacement?

Just don't do it while it's plugged in.



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Weighing it might also work, if you have a good scale #

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Suspending it from two of the four corner edges and using a plumb bob on a string and a pen could be used to determine its center of mass.

There's very little you can do in a store setting to make the determination if they won't let you open the box of the item you're purchasing and inspect it first. Ya pays yer money, ya takes yer chances.

Try for one that has the most recent date on the box.

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HTH thanks for the last piece of advise. I was a little worried about damaging the electronics with the Water or mecury test.

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If you look around there are threads on how to tell. I think you can look in the vent holes and see the drives or its mount.

Have to take it out of the box though.

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