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I have a Pioneer A/V VSX-04, JVC HR-S9800U, HDTV LG LCD Mod:32LCD and a Sony DVD player that I use a HDMI cable for hookup. The DVD player been in the shop more than it's been in my house. I have been trying to get the VCR to record the different channels in HD but no such luck. It record in just four analog channels, 15, 21, 33 and 39. I would like 15-1, 15-2, and the rest of the channels.

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Chances are that you bought an HDTV ready set which required an additional element to be added into the set in order to get true HDTV channels. This means that you only have analog. just because the set says HDTV doesn't make it a true HDTV recorder. Does it say HDTV ready??
the differences are --what it has on the back of your set. There should be more input output accesses. not just 4 or 6

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