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Date: September 16th, 2004
Article by: Nathan Glentworth (Owner, Head Editor & Hardware Reviewer)
Product was donated by: Gateway
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PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS



Recording TV shows is just one click away with the easy-to-use AR-230. Featuring high-quality recording of up to 6 hours (on a 4.7GB disc), it's much easier to record the shows you want to watch without spending a lot of time figuring out how to set it up properly. And once you've watched your shows, you can erase the DVD and use it to record again.


With your DVD Recorder, you can save all of your family memories on a DVD that can last up to 100 years. The IEEE 1394 Input allows you to burn DVD videos directly from your camcorder, while the RCA Input allows you to make perfect copies of your home videos from your VCR onto non-degradable, digital quality DVDs.


And when you want to sit back and enjoy the show, progressive scan DVD playback and multi-channel Dolby Digital (AC-3) make your movies come to life. You can also play audio CDs, MP3s and JPEGs.


The on-screen display (OSD) lets you adjust settings and select options for your DVD recorder. For example, you can specify your TV type, set parental controls, and specify you audio type.


Component video outputs deliver optimal color to compatible televisions with component video inputs, which provide the best digital recording quality from compatible TVs. Plus, you'll get the extra benefit of improved TV picture with noise filtering.


 

PRODUCT COMPOSITION


Through Gateway.com you can purchase this recorder for normally US$249 but from time to time they will have a sale like they are having now and sell it for US$199.


Check it out there sale HERE .


A DVD Recorder for that cheap is hard to come by.



Other than Gateway's trademark cow-spotted box, you will first remove the user manual along with the warranty paperwork and a complementary DVD+RW disc to get you started.



Next you will remove the power cord, the cable TV coaxial and composite A/V cable along with the remote control with its' included batteries (not shown).



Last but not least is the actual DVD recorder which would pass off as just a standard DVD player if you didn't know any better. Some people think that a DVD recorder is a large cumbersome piece of equipment but in reality the only real difference is the internal optical laser and a small amount of electrical circuitry. Everything else is identical.

 

 


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