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Can I record a program when I am not watching it


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Unfortunately my LG smart TV (OLED65C8PTA) does NOT allow you to change the TV channel once recording has started. It warns me that recording will STOP if I change channels.

It is good if you are going to bed or going out, and will not be present when the recording happens. 

To have this functionality you would need a twin tuner setup. Which Tv's don't generally have. 

There might be dedicated devices which allow this. DVD recorders etc...

 

 

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