DVD Recorders can record digital television as long as the the signals being received are not copyright protected. The problem is that most digital broadcasting is copyrighted to prevent people from make perfect copies to bootleg or exchange over the internet.
no you need a DVD recorder
It is possible to record cable TV to a DVD recorder. You do want to make sure you have a recorder and not just a DVD player.
No, you can not
To record from TV to a DVD you will need a DVD player with the record option that is connected to your TV. You will also need DVDs that are designed for recording and are labeled DVD-R or DVD-RW. Just put the program you would like to record on the television, add the DVD to the DVD recorder, and then press record.
Yes if the cable box has audio and video outputs. Connect these to the input connectors on the DVD recorder.
A DVD HDD recorder is better than a VCR, or a simple digital DVD recorder. Nothing can match a DVD HDD recorder's ability to pause and rewind live TV. If that's something you want, a DVD HDD recorder is the only way to get it with currently available technology.
All of them are digital. Whether you record a program on a hard disk or a DVD, the recording is done digitally.
Yes you can You can if you have another device that has a digital tuner plus the ability to convert digital to analoge, such as a set-top box, digital to analoge convert for over the air TV signals, and a DVD disk recorder with a built-in digital tuner.
A dvd player recorder allows you to record television shows at times when you're unable to watch them. You can then choose to watch that show at a later time.
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Similar to a CD burner, a DVD recorder is generally used to record copies of television shows and movies. Using a ""laser technique"", it records these videos onto a blank writable DVD disk. A DVD recorder is generally able to record VHS, DVD+R/+RW and DVD-R/RW. The Recordere always plays VHS, DVD, DVD+r/RW, DVD-R/RW, CD and CD-R/RW formats. Simple to use, you may set a time for burning a TV show or simply press record for imidiate TV/Movie recording, once you've entered a blank writeable DVD into your DVD recorder and begin 'burning'/'recording'.
One possibility: if the signal is a digital broadcast and you have a digital-capable TV but the DVR has an analog tuner, the DVR would not see a recognizable signal, but the digital signal would pass through to the TV.