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Yes.
By Robert B. Cherba on April 2, 2014
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If you don't have a cable or satellite receiver and are receiving your tv signals with an antenna, you either have a tv with a digital tuner or a separate digital tuner/ converter box connected to your tv. If you're using a digital converter box from your antenna to the tv, connect the outputs from the digital converte… see more If you don't have a cable or satellite receiver and are receiving your tv signals with an antenna, you either have a tv with a digital tuner or a separate digital tuner/ converter box connected to your tv. If you're using a digital converter box from your antenna to the tv, connect the outputs from the digital converter box into the inputs of Toshiba DR430 Recorder and then connect the outputs of the recorder to the TV inputs. You will be connecting from the video (yellow jack), audio (red & white jacks) to the same colored jacks in & out from the Toshiba DVD Recorder to an input on the TV. If you're not using a digital converter box already for your local stations, you will have to buy one to connect to the Toshiba Recorder to record local shows because the recorder does not have a tuner in it. You can buy them for about $30 bucks at Wal-Mart or Radio Shack. I gave you a lot of information but it's easy to setup. They can guide you at Radio Shack. I have one box hooked just this way and it works fine. Hope this was of help. see less
By Frank Smith on January 17, 2014
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yes, but some programs are blocked / protected. A blue screen will appear saying some thing indicating the program is protected. All of my recordings are from movies that I have saved on my DVR. Most will record but some will not. Strange, but some times the blocked programs still record even though I get the waring di… see more yes, but some programs are blocked / protected. A blue screen will appear saying some thing indicating the program is protected. All of my recordings are from movies that I have saved on my DVR. Most will record but some will not. Strange, but some times the blocked programs still record even though I get the waring display. If a warning display appears don't give up. Try "write to disc" anyway. you have nothing to loose. I have a ton of DVR recordings. This DVD recorder was well worth it to me. I only wished I purchased a VCR / DVD recorder to make it easier to record that old box of VCR home movies I have. see less
By RJ on January 13, 2014
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I do. I use Composite in. The Red White and Yellow Cable.
By TELEVISIONARCHIVES on November 29, 2013
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The television is simply a visual output device. The DVD recorder and the VCR can care less if a tv is hooked up. I've done many a VCR to DVD transfer. Once I made sure I had everything set right I hit play on the VCR and record on the DVD. Then I turned my tv off and went about my daily routine :)
By Dennis W. Benedict on July 30, 2012
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I really don't know the answer to this question. However, have you ever looked into Nero software to burn cd's and dvd's (video & audio)? In my twenty something years of dealing with computers, Nero seems to me to be best for that.
By PAUL T WOOD on March 6, 2014
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Hi Ricko,
If the Tv has an HDMI input available you go from DVD player hdmi out to the TV using an HDMI cable if not RCA audio & video which are yellow for video Red for right side audio & white for left side audio. Look at the back of your directive box if it has an s video out use that for video to the dvd player & … see more
Hi Ricko,
If the Tv has an HDMI input available you go from DVD player hdmi out to the TV using an HDMI cable if not RCA audio & video which are yellow for video Red for right side audio & white for left side audio. Look at the back of your directive box if it has an s video out use that for video to the dvd player & RCA audio cable red/white for sound. If the directive box does not have an S video out then use RCA cable.for audio & video. see less

By Michael L. Lowenstein on February 10, 2014
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YES
By Edgar Weaver on July 8, 2014
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I have not tried. I only use dvds.. I am on vacation. I will check when I get home.
By Maria B on December 28, 2012
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Yes, as long as you have an S type Video Cable output and R/S audio (red/white) outputs on the back of your T.V. that you can plug into input end on the back of the DVD recorder.
By John on January 16, 2014