A: Hi GSW_Fan,
No, it won't be able to separate the channels from your cable. You can feed a single channel into it from another device and record it but you will need an external tuner or cable box to record directly off your cable.
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Ninety percent of the time, my Samsung recorder can not even read the disc it has just recorded. This happens especially when it’s a rewriteable disc. I exchanged it for another new one but I still got the same problem. All most all the discs recorded by Samsung and Liteon can’t be played by other DVD players. Even my computer can’t play them most of the time!
After that, I bought a Pioneer DVD recorder. It has never failed me.
Samsung, Sony, Liteon, Panasonic can’t play many DVD discs I bought from the local China town even though they’re labeled region 1. My Pioneer DVD player reads 99 percent of them. When my Pioneer player can’t read a disc, then no other player or computer can.
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