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Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by abnett26247, Feb 25, 2005.

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    Can some kind persons please advise the most easy to use recorder with good picture and sound under £3/400 please , ease of use the biggest consideration really. than you . :) :)
     
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    Panasonic DVD recorders are arguably the easiest to use whilst offering very high picture quality - however something like Sky+ or a Freeview HDD recorder is even easier! What planned uses do you intend to make of your machine? Do you want to edit? Simply timeshift? Record from a camcorder? etc
     
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    Thanks i want to record films mostley of sky if its allowed ?and edit out the adds.also transfer some old tapes on to dvd .maybe copy some dvds as well .
     
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    May I suggest you have a look at the 'Which DVD Recorder?' link in my signature - it answers the basic FAQs relating to those issues.
     

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