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Error Message when dubbing

Message reads: "The TV System of the input video has changed." What does this mean? Suddenly I can't copy anything!!!
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  • Anonymous Dec 03, 2008

    I have been trying to dub my home movies from VHS to DVD. Everything seems to be working well, when suddenly the unit stops recording and I get that same error message. I don't see or notice anything actually changing. What is changing? How do I stop it?

  • joannw922 Dec 06, 2008

    Same thing it will record for a few minutes, then kick off and I get the input message.

  • ripvw59 Dec 14, 2008

    When trying to dub from VCR to DVD the message "the tv system of input has changed" comes up and then dubbing stops.

  • blhans Feb 06, 2009

    Same message when I try to record off of TV. Playback is fine as well as VCR recording and playback.

  • griegert Feb 15, 2009

    Same problem and error code. If I input signal on Line 1 or Line 2 I get it. If I remove the video (yellow) cable it keeps recording the audio fine. I have tried 2 camcorders and several VCRs - most cause the problem but my Canon camcorder works fine? Something on the video out from the other devices. BTW, I am trying to record personal tapes, not copywrited.

  • ddhoffmann Mar 24, 2009

    I too have the same issue. Have know idea why but I've only used the device a few times. That would be about $100 a DVD :(

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SOURCE: dubbing vhs to dvd

I have a toshiba dvd/vcr vr610 And I don't know how to dubb.I don't have the manual

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SOURCE: Sony rdr-vx525 video cassette/dvd recorder.

Yeah, its a pain in the ****. The instructions to fix are here: http://angrytechblog.com/2011/02/how-to-one-touch-dub-vhs-to-dvd-on-the-sony-rdr-vx525/

Posted on Feb 08, 2011

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