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post #31 of 32 Old 05-09-2012, 12:26 PM
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I've had my Toshiba 430 since 2-4-12.
Not 1 problem. 400 hrs of recording--probably.

Just saw a Full version of Executive Action at YouTube.C'mon W7 RECORD lol!!
Guess it's time for 123 u know what.
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You know, maybe I won't buy that DVD recorder after all, lol. And here's why:
http://hometheater.about.com/od/dvdb...d_recorder.htm

After reading that, I'm afraid I may not be able to record certain programs on TV. Since my current VCR is 10 years old, maybe it's not as sensitive to copy protection. But I don't want to invest $100 in a recorder and then find out that I can't record.

There are ways around that for another $100. The Toshiba DVDRs work well but I hate the 2 Hr. limit. The cheap Funai recorders (Magnavox. etc)have a 2.5 hr. speed which I end up using a lot because movies sometimes run over 2 hours. With the Toshiba you have to go 4 hours and there's a big loss in PQ. 2.5 is hardly noticeable.
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