Cox DVR recordings to DVD

Discussion in 'DVD Video' started by vttigger10@gmail.com, Jul 14, 2006.

  1. Guest

    I've been looking around the message boards for a while for the answer
    to this question, but all the threads I see are from 2002-2005.

    We've got a Cox DVR (I think they only have one model, if not, I've got
    the silver one they are advertizing now, if that gives you any hint on
    my hardware know how) I'm a softare junky but don't ask me anything
    about hardware. I know you can record stuff from the DVR to VHS, but
    has anyone stumbled on a way to record shows previously recorded onto
    DVD?

    Please reply in laymans terms, I've seen a lot of stuff with Y and P
    and Ps and technical jargon. I'd really appreciate something like "you
    need this DVD recorder and these cables" if you can :) Thanks!
     
    , Jul 14, 2006
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