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Question about PV-GS31 Mini DV Digital Camcorder

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...record) or, video or dvd player audio out video out jacks. connect other end to your camcorder. Select on the camcorder menu video in audio in. Turn on tv. If connected to video or dvd player, press ...

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Question about RDR-HX510S DVD Recorder/HDD Recorder

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Sony DVD Recorder not recording correctly DVD player 3 months old. Doesn't happen all the time but has started to change channels during automatic recording. You don't realise until you play back and ...

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Question about Magnavox DVD/VCR Dual Player

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Magnavox ZV420MW8 Where do I imput the channel I want to set up for a timed recording. I cannot find that anywhere? This recorder only records inline. This means that there is no channel on recorder. ...

Question about WV806 DVD Player/VCR

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record shows. go to this website and download the instruction manual for your vcr/dvd player: http://www.nodevice.com/user_manual/Funai/tv_dvd_vcr/wv806.html in there it will tell you how program your

player, I can tell you they will NOT play on this thing!! So, merely take another VCR, and a blank tape, Place the blank tape into the RCA DRC 8335 VCR side, and then, go to its Set-Up Menu, and go to

...player?,then press play on cam and record on VCR,u should see whats recording as long as your on your normal video channel you will probally need to set vcr recorder to A2 - use up down channel ...

Question about D-VR4 DVD Recorder/VCR

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...AND NOT WHAT'S ON THE VHS. you've got the record chnnel set wrong,play a VHS see what chnnel it plays on then set that channel as your record channel, or find a sync button on the unit or

Question about D-VR4 DVD Recorder/VCR

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...no longer have this, so you will need to source out a pre-amp for the record player, and then you can plug the record player into the pre-amp and then hook the pre-amp into a tape, DVD or AUX

...record player audio outputs has a left channel, a right channel and an earth or grounding cable. If this grounding cable isn't attached, you are likely to get a hum sound. I would suggest buying a ...

record from. I am connected to recorder with an S-video chord but I not sure what channel [2 3 or 4] that it is set to. Thank you, John Gardner. Has this ever worked? When you mention channel I assume

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