Digital terrestrial DVD recorders
Seeing as you guys in the big wide world are slightly ahead of us in the Channel Islands, you may have the answer to my following query.
We've just gone digital here. No more analogue grainy/fuzzy telly, but now some 30 or so pixelated channels instead (or 8 times more rubbish than we used to receive IMO).
Naturally all our modern sets have got digi tuners built in, but the old DVD player/recorder doesn't but of course still plays DVD's just fine. We're set up for watching the DVD player (and Freesat) on the other TV's around the house with magic eye control and this obviously relies on the RF output from the back of the said boxes in the lounge being connected to the TV amp in the loft to which all satelite telly's are also connected. Now the problem therein, is that the DVD sends out analogue signals yet all the telly's are now switched over for digital reception. Without fiddling about in menu's to change settings every time we want to watch a DVD the solution I see is to buy a modern digital DVD recorder/player that outputs the video signal in a digital format from its RF output - does anyone manufacture such a beast? Saying this another way, can you get a normal co-axial output on a DVD player/recorder to transmit in digital not analogue?
Any thoughts oh wise ones?