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Solved: Mutlimedia External Enclosure with DVR capabilities

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Sp3ctrum, Oct 13, 2008.

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    I have a 3.5" 500 GB IDE Hard Drive that I want to put in a Multimedia External Enclosure. I've been searching for over 12 hours off and on and the best one I can find is the Vizo Milano. Specs can be found here: http://www.vizo.com.tw/front/product/get_product_detail/1/2/1. Another great drive is here: http://www.meritline.com/galaxy-mpeg4-player-3-5-enclosure-kit-tvistou2f.html. If I were to have it my way completely, I would want the Vizo Milano/Galaxy with a built-in DVR. Seams how they dont have one :(, I'm going to have to find another brand unfortunately. So basically what I'm asking for is a 3.5" IDE Multimedia External Hard Drive Enclosure with a built-in DVR that actually records with precision unlike the SUMVISION ZENGO that has horrible reviews (from what I hear the audio and video are off in the playback process). I'd like to keep the price below $200 if at all possible! Google/ebay has been dreadful for me because I want to be sure I buy a product that has at least mediocre quality. If none of this info helped you help me ;), then maybe my intent will. I plan to be able to record live television, store it on the hard drive, and watch it on any tv (through composite cables). I would also prefer for the drive to act as an ordinary USB 2.0 storage device that allowed me to save the recordings to my windows-based computer. PLEASE HELP!!! Any info would be appreciated
     
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