DVD recorder for TV use only

Discussion in 'DVD Video' started by eganders@yahoo.com, Nov 10, 2005.

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    My wife got me a Sony VRD-VC20 for my birthday which can record DVD+R 8
    GB at 4X, DVD+R at 16X, DVD+RW at 8X, DVD-R at 16X & DVD-RW at 6 X. It
    is aimed at video camera applications with several standard video
    inputs and attaches to the computer via a USB port. It does not have
    playback. I hate to take it back because it was a present, but I don't
    think it is aimed at my application.

    I have the Comcast DVR service using the Motorola DCT6412. What I was
    looking for was a DVD that can record certain shows that I want to
    archive from my Comcast DVR. I don't care to attach it to my computer.
    I figured that I could replace my defective internal CD writer in my
    computer with an internal DVD recorder if I want to record DVD's on my
    computer.

    My guess is that I want some type of DVD recorder with playback
    capability for my TV use. I don't think I need the ability to record
    at more than 1X speed.

    Can someone recommend a type and brand of DVD recorder for use just to
    record TV programs--mostly that have already been recorded by the
    Comcast DVR?
    , Nov 10, 2005
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