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Don't fret! The days of having to pay to watch shows on your iPod or other handhelds are over, thanks to the Neuros MPEG-4 Recorder 2. With the Neuros, you can record live TV, your favorite movies, and even sporting events for playback on your Sony PSP, iPod, PDA, smartphone, notebook or other portable device. No conversion hassles, no fees, no problems!
As Easy as a VCR
If you've ever used a VCR, you'll quickly see that the Neuros is a snap to use. Using the standard A/V RCA interface cables, which are included, you simply connect the Neuros into the source you want to record from--such as a cable box, satellite dish, DVD player, camcorder or VHS player--and press record. The Neuros will begin digitizing your show. The Neuros works just like a free-standing VCR, but instead of recording onto VHS tapes, it records directly onto digital memory cards (MS Duo/ProDuo, CF, and Microdrives) so that you can then play your video directly on your PSP, laptop or other handheld devices.
For iPod playback, it's a cinch. After recording your show to a memory card, you insert the card into your computer's card reader and then load the video into your iTunes iPod playlist. You don't have to convert, transcode, compress or do anything else. Just load the video onto your iPod, and away you go. It's that simple. Really.
The Neuros also offers many of the conveniences of a VCR, such as the ability to program up to five recording schedules (once, daily, weekly, or monthly), and a one-click recording feature from the remote. But unlike a VCR, the five-ounce Neuros fits into the palm of your hand, so it can blend unobtrusively in with your home theater system, ready to record at a moment's notice.
Video Wherever You Please
With the Neuros MPEG-4 Recorder 2 and almost any handheld, you'll never have to miss your favorite late-night television show or news program again. Just set the Neuros to record at a certain time, go to bed, and when you wake up you simply insert the card into your handheld, and you're ready to go. Ideal for the morning commuter or cross-country traveler, the Neuros lets you watch your favorite programs on the way to work or on your next flight.
But the Neuros lets you do a lot more than watch television shows with your handheld. Because you can plug the Neuros into just about any video source, you can use it to digitize your home movies, show off your kids' baseball games or dance recitals to your colleagues, and even capture last night's video game highlights for playback. You can even use the Neuros to transfer a slide show of your vacation shots for playback on your television. The possibilities are endless. But regardless of how you use the Neuros, the bottom line is that there will never be any fees or conversion hassles when you want to hit the road with your favorite video.
What's in the Box
Neuros MPEG-4 Recorder 2, standard A/V RCA interface cables, 110-240V AC/DC power supply, remote control and user manual driver and bundle software pack.
one day it works fine converted all the videos i needed then one day it just stops cutting on. not even worth the effort to send back but was great when it worked.. Read morePublished 12 months ago by T. Ross
I haven't had a chance to toltally check it out.
But what I have checked out works great.
Easy to set up,and easy to use. Read more
I have not acutally use it yet.... but I did plug it in and I was not able to tell if the unit is on or off. Read morePublished on June 7, 2010 by Arnold Varela
You know, for $60 dollars, this little unit does a very good job and does what it says.
This is NOT the same quality as Tivo or a DVD recorder....BUT.... Read more
The Neuros Recorder 2 is a good product overall. The setup and learning curve was easy and quick. The only problem with the recorder is the 2 HR max record time. Read morePublished on April 11, 2010 by ArmyOfficer'sWife
Purchased this item because we wanted a solid State (flash memory based) video recorder. We've got the Sandisk V recorder first but it was a cut out product and required firmware... Read morePublished on January 30, 2010 by Alvin Yue
After spending about 2 hours trying every possible combination of cords and TV's to get the Neuros to work. I give up. It doesn't work. Read morePublished on December 2, 2009 by Michael A. Lucia
This recorder is great. It works well & does what it says it will do.
The picture is not the greatest on my Sony PSP, but I'm not complaining. Read more
Gotta admit I was truly excited when the Neuros MPEG4 Video Recorder 2 finally arrived. I actually found more value in my Palm Treo 650 smartphone. Read morePublished on September 11, 2008 by Matthew D. Cheirs