dvd recorder & sky plus & plasma

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by briandzo, Jan 2, 2003.

  1. briandzo

    briandzo
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    man do i need help and advice.
    after getting into the home cinema experience im
    bogged down with specs.

    basically i want to fit a plasma in the bedroom.
    and have the best picture and sound supporting it.
    when played from ----the device ???

    now ive got the normal sky package in the living room.

    i want to be able to watch a movie from sky in the best
    possible way in the bedroom.
    thus this rules out the composite feed from sky box.

    i see it as this thus far

    1 - i need to upgrade to sky plus to get digital audio in the living room.
    2 - i need a dvd recorder to record the movie and digital audio.
    3 - i then can play the recorded dvd in the bedroom setup.

    now how much space do these dvd recorders actually record
    do they record digital audio too.
    are the disks then payable in other players.
    can u use rewritable disks too.
    as very few films will be kept.
    (i like to buy originals of any film i like)

    i suppose it may be more economical just to get a second sky subscription. but i just hate all these monthly rental charges.
    anyway this too would require sky plus in both bed and living room. to get the best audio.
    id rather spend the money and own some hardware.

    brian...
     
  2. Salamander

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    If you mean Dolby Digital sound - then yes although the
    sky plus box will output it (where available) - I'm certain
    that no DVD recorder stand alone units can record this quality -
    Best is dolby pro logic I believe.
     

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