How to Use a Sony RDR-GX350 DVD Recorder

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How to Use a Sony RDR-GX350 DVD Recorder
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The RDR-GX350 is a set-top DVD recorder developed by Sony. As opposed to DVD recorders that connect to your computer, the RDR-GX350 connects to your computer and allows you to record live television programs directly to DVD. The discs that you record with the RDR-GX350 will immediately be playable in regular DVD players. The recording process for the RDR-GX350 is straightforward and easy to get the hang of.

Skill level:
Easy

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Things you need

  • Blank recordable DVD

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Press the "Eject" button on your RDR-GX350's remote control. This button will turn on your unit (if it is off) and eject its disc tray.

  2. 2

    Insert a blank recordable DVD into the disc tray on your RDR-GX350. Press the "Eject" button on the remote again to close the disc tray.

  3. 3

    Press the "PROG" (short for "program") button on your RDR-GX350's remote control until the television channel or video input that you'd like to record appears on your television screen.

  4. 4

    Press the "Record" button on the RDR-GX350's remote control to begin recording whatever is on television directly to DVD. If you press "Record" and do nothing, the DVD recorder will continue to record live television until the disc is completely full.

  5. 5

    Press "Pause" at any time if you'd like to pause the recording of your DVD. You can then press "Pause" again to resume recording. Press "Stop" at any time if you'd like to stop the recording of your DVD. Once recording is finished, if you'd like to play what you've just recorded on the RDR-GX350, you can press the "Play" button on the remote control.

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