Best DVDR with TIVO-like features or separate boxes?

Discussion in 'Playback Devices' started by Phil_William, Jan 3, 2004.

  1. Phil_William

    Phil_William Auditioning

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    I have Time Warner Digital Cable tv (which now offers a pvr box with no dvdr) and wanted to be able to record a couple of shows (when I am not around) and later be able to burn to dvd. What is the optimal set up to accomplish this need? Do I purchase two devices: a PVR and a DVDR or is there one device that suits this need? I also have digital video tape that I would like to burn to DVDR. If anyone can share their experiences with finding best solution, I would be grateful. Thanks Tracy
     
  2. Stephen Tu

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    I would go with separate boxes at this time. The Pioneer combo units available are flawed in terms of price & no editing ability.
     

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