The Fun Stuff That You Want So You Can Play A Video Game (a.k.a the dvr)

By Bubda The House Troll

 Intro

Guys, if you want to play a video game, you have come to the right report, because if you want to play a video game, you need a TV or a DVR (but DVRŐs are better than TVŐs). So come learn how to work a DVR and stuff so you can get one so you can use it to play a video game.

 What It Is

What is a DVR?   According to HowStuffWorks a DVR is a digital video recorder. It records videos in a digital format. You can start a movie in one room, and finish it in another room.  What Does DVR Stand For? According to Wikepedia DVR stands for digital video recorder. It is called this because it records videos and it is digital.

History

When Was DVR Invented? According to CHACHA.com it was invented in March.

Who Invented DVR? According to CHACHA.com the company Echostar invented the DVR.

What Are Some Interesting Facts About DVR? According to Expert the DVR is now one of the top buys for people.

What Are Some Interesting Facts About DVR? According to Expert a DVR is a tapeless machine that stores videos in the hard drive.

What Are Some Interesting Facts About DVR? According to Expert the DVR has cameras in it so if you want to record a movie it will record it.

What Are Some Interesting Facts About DVR? According to Expert a DVR can record TV programs, but it can also store hours of footage, record multiple channels, produce other helpful features in the recording, organizing, and playback of video.

What Are Some Interesting Facts About DVR? According to Expert it can record videos and play it over and over again.

What Are Some Interesting Facts About DVR? According to Expert DVR's are so popular that VCR's are almost extinct, though some people still own VCR's.

What Are Some Interesting Facts About DVR? According to Expert DVR's are tapeless. They can record and store hundreds of hours of high resolution video.

What Are Some Interesting Facts About DVR? According to Expert DVR's don't have to be bulky, like VCR's, they can be small too.

 

How Does It Work

How Do You Work A DVR Remote? According to Expert

 you find a brightly colored button on the remote.

How Do You Work A DVR Remote? According to Expert Find the button that says DVR on it. Push the button to get the menu. From their you can find what you want to watch. Use the arrow keys to move down or up. To choose what you want to watch press "OK"("SELECT""ENTER").

How Do You Work A DVR Remote? According to Expert find the other buttons on your remote. The triangle one is PLAY, the circle one is RECORD, the square one is STOP, and the one with the two parallel lines is PAUSE.

How Do You Work A DVR? According to Expert when the VCR was first introduced to the public, the television industry reacted with panic. Here was a device that would let people record programs, watch them when they felt like it as opposed to when the programming staff decided they should, and (scariest of all) skip through the commercials!

 

Other Cool Things

How Popular Is A DVR? According to Expert today, the VCR has become nearly extinct, though a small variety of DVD/VCR combos and time lapse VCRs are still sold at area retailers and some home security stores. Hundreds of people have DVR's.    

How Much Can A DVR Store? According to Expert DVR's can store hundreds of hours of tape.

How Many People Have A DVR? According to Expert hundreds of people have a DVR.

How Much Does A DVR Cost? According to Expert $935.00 is the most a DVR cost.

 

 

Conclusion

So if you want to play a video game you need a TV or DVR. But DVRŐs are better. (SO GET A DVR TODAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!)

 

 

Bibliography

 

 

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Bibliography

Source:

http://electronics.howstuffworks.com/search.php?terms=dvr

Author:

HowStuffWorks

Title:

HowStuffWorksDVR

Date of retrieval:

May 6, 2010

Brief Summary:

There is a lot of cool stuff about DVR's.

 

 

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Bibliography

Source:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_video_recorder

Author:

Wikipedia

Title:

WikipediaDigital video recorder

Date of retrieval:

May 7, 2010

Brief Summary:

This website has every thing on DVR's.

 

 

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Bibliography

Source:

http://www.chacha.com/question/who-invented-the-dvr

Author:

CHaCHa.com

Title:

CHACHA

Date of retrieval:

May 10, 2010

Brief Summary:

This was hard to find, but it has everything.