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Connecting up to copy home VHS to DVD


chisbc

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john bunyan

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What is the query?

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chisbc

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Err which is best connection system and cables to use?

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john bunyan

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You have not said what equipment you use. The easiest way if you have a lot of DVD's is one of those dual VHS/DVD recorders as it is fiddly using a PC.This link may help for a PC - I have Roxio for other purposes (Music) but it is quite a good product.

http://www.roxio.co.uk/eng/products/easy-vhs-to-dvd/standard/overview.html?gclid=CJjS1tvwiKsCFdQOfAodVHWyzw

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PS If you have other software I think places like Maplins sell the Connectors. Somwhere here:

http://www.maplin.co.uk/computing/computer-cables-hubs-and-switches

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