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Old 18 Apr 2011, 12:36 AM   #1
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Question-2 Looking for Home DVD/VHS Recorder Combination

I am looking for some assistance on buying a Home DVD/VHS Recorder Combination.
There does not seem to be much available for sale, can anyone help
with recommendations and sales links?
I know that Samsung has a model available at Sears and online, but
there are a lot of user comments about the unit failing, not reliable
and even when replaced or repaired, still have problems.

I have a lot of VHS and VHSC tapes that I want to get recorded
onto DVD before they are no longer viewable.

Thanks for your assistance.
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Old 18 Apr 2011, 05:17 AM   #2
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As far as I know, there's no VHS high speed dubbing around for consumers. Most VHS is captured as it's played and stored on a PC. I think most cards store as .avi files. I would search for capture cards and other related PC hardware and cabling.

Note that I'm only going by what I see online. I haven't done any capture myself. Other board members may have more info.
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Old 25 Apr 2011, 02:32 AM   #3
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Thanks MilesAhead for your response.
My primary interest is locating a home stand alone
VHS/DVD Recorder combination. What I have seen
is by Samsung, which has a VHS Player/Recorder and
a DVD Player/Recorder all in one unit. It has been
reviewed by many that say unit is not reliable and even
when repaired or replaced, still have problems.

Thanks again and if anyone has suggestions for a home
stand alone VHS/DVD Recorder player combination please
advise.
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Thanks MilesAhead for your response.Most VHS is captured as it's played and stored on a PC. I think most cards store as .avi files.
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