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DVD Recorders with Coaxial Cable Inputs

Discussion in 'DVD recorders' started by raceman94, Dec 20, 2007.

  1. raceman94

    raceman94 Regular member

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    Folks, I got a question for you and I'm hoping you can help me out:

    I'm intersted in getting a DVD recorder, however, I do not have a cable box of any type, so if I were to buy a DVD recorder, I'd need one with a COAXIAL CABLE in input. Most of the DVD recorders I've looked at have all sorts of inputs for everything but the Coaxial Cable input.

    Any ideas or suggestions?

    Thanks
     
  2. c2s_2007

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  3. raceman94

    raceman94 Regular member

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    As long as it has an input for a coaxial cable, which I guess is your standard cable running out of the wall, I'm fine. That's just waht I can't seem to find.
     
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    The model I listed has coax in. I use for my rabbit ears.
     
  5. raceman94

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    Well, then, good deal. Sounds like what I need. Thanks man. I thank you.
     
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    Set your DVD recorder for cable TV then do a scan. It will pick up all of the analog channels & maybe the unscrambled digital ones too if it has a digital tuner.
     

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