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The best dvd recorder to with my dvr

I am looking to buy a dvd recorder so i can record from my dvr. what schould i be looking for in a dvd recorder?

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Hi evguess,few things to look in your dvdr is that it should record major formats.it should have a FireWire connection for DV camcorder hookup.and relatively painless operation and ofcourse sould have all the spares avalable on your local market.
ive got a few options the best available dvdr.
1)philips dvdr80.
2)lite-on LVW-5005
3)DMR E50K (THIS MODEL DOES NOT HAVE A FIREWIRE BUT ITS THE LEAST EXPENSIVE MODEL.
hope this help to reach your requirement.
plz rate it if this review helps u.thanks..

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Another alternative would be external hard drive media recorder cases. Here is a link to some really fair priced units that will do exactly what you are looking for without having to buy any disks. They are like stand alone DVR's:

http://www.ecost.com/detail.aspx?EDP=41506665

Just cut and paste the above link into your address bar on your internet browser. These units are only 159.00$ each.

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