AVerMedia EZRecorder

Last updated: April 3, 2019


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Product Details

In our analysis of 39 expert reviews, the AVerMedia EZRecorder placed 8th when we looked at the top 8 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Ezrecorder 310 is a digital video Recorder that records and stores TV shows for you to enjoy at any time. It works like a VCR but no tape is required. Instead, everything is stored inside a hard drive for easy video playback and managing. Better yet, ezrecorder 310 automatically turns your set-top box on and records video at a scheduled time so you’ll never have to rush home for your favorite shows again.

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Expert Reviews


What reviewers liked

Has a lot of capabilities considering the budget-friendly price,including HDMI connectivity easy recording and versatility.
You can edit and trim recorded content right from the EzRecorder interface.
Intuitive no hassle user interface with useful DVR features eg. timed schedules, editing etc. Simple file transfers between internal HDD and USB flashdrives.

What reviewers didn't like

It's a bit confusing to set up and construction are lacking.
This DVR is intensely strict in upholding copyright law, and it automatically prevents you from recording with a splitter or anything else violating restrictions set by HDCP protection.
Officially, the AverMedia ER310 is certified to play back only what it has recorded (ie. mp4, AAC) so other popular AV formats eg. mkv, AC3, DTS are not supported which makes it not versatile enough to be a standalone HTPC media centre.
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