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Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by TP, Mar 2, 2005.

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  1. TP

    TP Guest

    I’m looking to transfer my old VHS home videos to DVD. Anyone
    have opinions on these Dual-Deck VHS VCR/DVD Recorders?

    Thanks
    TP
     
  2. NSM

    NSM Guest

    IMO - you'll be sorry. Combo units are rarely a good idea except for granny.
    What do you do when one half craps out? How do you splice a Macrovision
    eliminator in?

    N
     
  3. Jerry G.

    Jerry G. Guest

    You are much better off to do it as separates. There are much less problems,
    and the units last longer. The consideration is that there is very little
    service support for these, when the warranty is finished. They are
    considered "throw-away" products. If they are separates, and one fails, you
    can change the one unit, instead of a more expensive dual unit.

    If you have separate units, you can insert a video processor in between them
    to be able to control the video set-ups.

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    Jerry G.
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    I’m looking to transfer my old VHS home videos to DVD. Anyone
    have opinions on these Dual-Deck VHS VCR/DVD Recorders?

    Thanks
    TP
     
  4. Remember, Go-Video machines manufactured after a certain date will NOT copy
    protected tapes.

    Mark Z.
     
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