If you've never heard a DVD recorder in your life, it's never too late to be educated on one of most nifty pieces of old school technology. They copy legal media onto blank DVD Recordable discs, and were a turning point in history for higher technology.
Those who are familiar with these, you probably haven’t seen one in a store in a while, let alone very much online. That’s because these are getting harder and harder to find, which makes them even more special. You will still be able to find them SOMEWHERE on the internet, but at For The Low .Net we do our very best to collect every type of DVD recorder model for you, so you don’t have to spend time looking for sources.
Some differences between DVD recorders and other recording devices that were manufactured in a similar time would be that the video and audio quality is much more upgraded, and the DVD recorder and it’s disc are much more durable than VHS recorders. With a DVD recorder, you don’t have to worry about accidental over-recording or running out of space, you’ll have access to multilingual subtitling and labeling, which is unavailable on older recording devices. These are just a few of the many benefits of owning a DVD recorder.
Keep in mind, there are more than one type of DVD recorder! We have a couple different kinds in our store you might be interested in reading about.
To wrap up it's greatness, this was one of the most successful low-tech electronics to be released. That’s not surprising considering how upgraded it’s been from the VHS recorder! Check out our other articles for HOW-TO's.