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OT: recordable DVD thingies
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 10, 2007 9:06 pm    Post subject: OT: recordable DVD thingies Reply with quote

We've got to replace the video sometime soon, as we can no longer set the timer (can only do it via the remote, and thats gone u/s, grrrrrrrr)

we were pondering about getting one of these new fangled DVD recorders, but just wondered whether they've now settled for a standard thats going to last?? I remember reading a while back that there were two or more standards that different manufacturers were opting for (bit like the old days of VHS vs Betamax), but I just wondered if things were a bit more settled now? ie we don't want something that'll be out of date in a years time!!! all advice welcome Smile Question Question

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