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PANASONIC DVD RECORDER

Hello from Australia. I've just recorded some programs from Television to the PanasonicDVD Ram disc. Two hour standard play. I've used the long play and extended play option so I can extended it's length. I'm utilizing the DMR-ES30V machine as it's plugged in to record from the television.I've also just purchased the DMR-EX88, can this machine play the information I've recorded on the RAM disc, which was from the DMR ES30V. It's going from one Panasonic machine to the other. If so what's the process.Let me know. sabojams

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Appreciate the direct "Ask Me".

Since both are record capable:

  • hook the Video and Left/Right Audio OUT of the DMR-ES30V to one of the composite/matching INPUT of the DMR-EX88;
  • use the DMR-ES30V as a player and the DMR-EX88;
  • to be able to watch and monitor the output, temporarily hook up the OUTPUT of the DMR-EX88 to the INPUT of the TV.

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    and of course the blank disc to be used in the DMR-EX88 is not a rewriatable but a standard DVD Recordable that could be finalized.

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