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VHS to DVD


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Have just purchased the easy VHS to DVD pack.

My VCR (old???) only has 2 sockets, one marked IN and one marked OUT.

Can I use this VCR...or can I modify it...or do I need to buy another one?

 

Please advise

Thanks

Les

 

 

Are the jacks the screw on type like on the old TV's were you connected the antenna.

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Are the jacks the screw on type like on the old TV's were you connected the antenna.

 

Thanks for quick reply!

The in socket is female (to receive a push in pin connector) and the out socket is male (to receive a push in socket connector). The cable/connectors are just like the old TV aerial ones.

Hope this explanation helps!

Les

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Thanks for quick reply!

The in socket is female (to receive a push in pin connector) and the out socket is male (to receive a push in socket connector). The cable/connectors are just like the old TV aerial ones.

Hope this explanation helps!

Les

 

This will do the job http://www.walmart.com/search/search-ng.do...0&Find=Find OR http://www.starkelectronic.com/pfad900c.htm OR borrow a friends/neighbors VCR that has RCA out jacks on it OR you could use a Cable box (if you have cable TV into your house. use it).

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This will do the job http://www.walmart.com/search/search-ng.do...0&Find=Find OR http://www.starkelectronic.com/pfad900c.htm OR borrow a friends/neighbors VCR that has RCA out jacks on it OR you could use a Cable box (if you have cable TV into your house. use it).

Thanks for the suggestions. Will try the neighbour route first!

Thanks again

Les

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