Manufactured from high quality plastics and ABS resin on the 500H and above, each recorder has air tight double sleeve joints ensuring exact tuning throughout the tonal range and ease of play.
One of the main things to consider when buying a DVR is how much recorded content it can hold. A DVR’s actual capacity depends on its hardware, software and how much bloatware is loaded by the provider. In general, though, HD and 4K content take up more space on the hard drive than standard-resolution (SD) videos since they have higher resolutions. Because of this, you can’t record as much HD or 4K content as you can SD content. Consider whether you regularly watch more HD or SD content to help you find a DVR with the right storage capacity for your needs.
Today, the recorder is known as in Italian (sweet flute), with equivalents in other languages, such as in and in . In those two languages, the name is ambiguous, as it can mean any kind of transverse flutes, a recorder, or different other types of wind blown instruments, like the and some instruments used by the descendants of native peoples of the Central and South Americas (with varied degrees of influence of European instruments). In French the word is similarly ambiguous (the French translation is "flute à bec", literally "beaked flute"). From the "block", in German the instrument is known as , while the modern flute is called (literally from flauto traverso) or simply . Naming in Dutch follows the same convention as in German, with naming the recorder and the flute.