Is a DVD VCR recorder right for you?

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If this potential problem doesn't put you off, and you decide a DVD VHS recorder is right for you, there are a number of things you should look out for. If possible go for a device which records to DVD-RAM as well as DVD-R or DVD+R. This allows you to timeshift your DVD recording, meaning you can watchrepparttar start of a program while still recordingrepparttar 133409 end of it, or pause and rewind live TV. Timeshifting is incredibly useful and will changerepparttar 133410 way you watch TV.

You should also look for a device which plays back DVDs using progressive scan. This means that rather than splitting each frame into two fields and displaying each one alternately,repparttar 133411 entire frame is shown on screen atrepparttar 133412 same time. This improvesrepparttar 133413 quality ofrepparttar 133414 picture when watching DVD players.

If you have lots of VHS tapes that you want to carry on watching or want to record to DVD, it's possible that a DVD VCR recorder could be right for you.

Kenny Hemphill 2004

Kenny Hemphill is the editor and publisher of The HDTV Tuner


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