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Can a Symphonic udv680 combo record from vhs to dvd

Can i record from a vhs tape onto a dvd disc with this machine

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SOURCE: lg v181 combo problem with vcr keeps ejecting tapes when I want to record.

The tape load carriage is defective or there is something in the way inside the machine....accordianman

Posted on Mar 21, 2008

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SOURCE: recording from vhs to dvd

Direct copy VCR to DVD:
- Insert VHS tape you want to copy
- Insert a recordable DVD disc
- Press DVD copy button on front panel or remote control (to DVD).
- To stop recording press the stop button.

IMPORTANT: If attempting to copy copyrighted material the Samsung DVD-VR320 will detect the encoding and will not allow the copy to be made.

Posted on Apr 05, 2008

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SOURCE: My DVD disc not recognized after loading, how can i fix it?

Ya know, this has caught me a few times, and I'm a video production engineer. I've experienced this on not only desktop models of laser/disc media, but on internal drives for computers as well. Believe it or not, in MOST of the cases, it turned out to be something so simple that I've flogged myself each time. It's something that a lot of us just seem to forget about over time. As you said, your tapes still work, but, in time, you'd start having issues until you did some routine maintenance. (Incidentally... one has nothing to do with the other) I don't know how long you've been using your machine, but here's something to try... CLEAN THE OPTICS! I had the same situation with one of my internal DVD drives (as well as CD) in the not too distant past. I didn't get why some discs would play and others wouldn't. In my line of work, troubleshooting and analyzing come with the territory, but in this case, I simply over thought the problem. It finally dawned on me that the problem might be that the laser can't read the disc properly, and why?... we'll... it has been some time since I actually pulled the drive and CLEANED IT! This would consist, in simple form, of opening the drive transport area, and blowing it out with a can of air, checking the loading mechanism to see if the gears need lubrication (use the right stuff... usually white grease is ok), then CLEANING THE OPTICS! This means locating the lens, and literally cleaning it's surface. I understand that there are many who would not want to tackle this, but it's really not that hard. The hardest part is to actually 'gain entry' to the transport area. This is where the disc sits on a spindle, and a mechanism that houses the optic lens moves (back and forth) over it. When you get it apart, you'll figure it out. It's generally easier with desktop type units (which yours is) than internal computer types, but I've not had a lot of trouble with either. You'll need the proper gear: Q-tips or chamois, necessary hand tools to get at what you need to, and an 'I can do this' attitude. Just take your time and think. Concerning cleaning the lens, you'll need a cleaning agent. DO NOT USE ANY TYPE OF SOLVENT. As a matter of fact, in a pinch, you could use alcohol, but believe it or not, try some good old fashioned Windex. Hell, it is glass, after all! Spray a little on your Q-tip or chamois (if you know what that is... I'm not gonna explain it here) and, once you've gained access to the lens, GENTLY clean the surface in a back and forth motion. I've found that it would REALLY help if you do this a couple of times, then wipe the lens surface with a CLEAN, DRY Q-tip or chamois to finish, as I've actually done this, still had the same issue, wasted more time troubleshooting, just to try this again, and find it solved my problem.... FOR A GOOD LONG TIME!... of course, until the cleaning needed to be done again. Be GENTLE with the lens transport assembly. It's delicate, and can be easily damaged. DON'T LET THIS SCARE YOU. You can do this... again, it's not that hard. Just be careful. I only wanted you to know this so you don't gorrilla the thing and end up having to replace the unit. Forget having it fixed if this is destroyed. The cost would exceed a new one. If you really don't feel comfortable messing with this kind of thing, I would say, 1, I think that anyone of reasonable intelligence can do this, and 2, ok, fine, then take it to someone and let them do it. Remember, though... if it isn't a buddy, he's gonna CHARGE ya for it! Once you've completed your tech work, put everything back together and see what happens. I've found this to be the problem in a majority of the issue type you describe. It's one of those "oh, yeah... I forgot it could be as simple as that...' kind of things. Ever forget?... happened to me... Of course, there are no guarantees here, but at the very least, you'll end up with a clean unit. Good Luck!... Maybe next time we can talk about how to clean the 'VCR' section of your unit... :-) JLB

Posted on May 10, 2008

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SOURCE: unable to "dub" my 8mm tapes onto DVD-R using my Sylvania DV90VE

From comments posted on the Internet by other Sylvania users with a similar problem, I  learned that I had to use a 4X DVD-R (the ones I had been trying to record on were 16X). And I found that Office Depot sells the sometimes hard-to-find 4X format, so that's where I'm headed right after lunch.  Thanks.

Posted on Dec 15, 2008

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SOURCE: How to record a VHS tape to a DVD disc

Read your manual first to make sure the unit will do this.If it does chances are it won't record unless it has a decoder built in.Most VHS tapes have macrovision protection that prevents you from copying them.It will however,record homemade VHS tapes.There are decoders out there you can buy to enable you to copy VHS tapes.

Posted on Jan 03, 2009

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A lot depends on what type of video tape you use and where do you want to play the DVDs (CDs are for audio recording only). If tape is compact VHS then you can buy a simple DVD Recorder VHS VCR combo player and transfer across easily provided you have the compact VHS cassette module.
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I have a Panasonic DMR-ES30V. I've only ever recorded from what I'm watching on the TV to a DVD. I now have a VHS tape that I'd like to record to DVD. I tried starting the dvd to record...


Most Combo Recorders (VHS and DVD) will prevent you from
recording a Copyrighted VHS tape program onto DVD.
Try recording a TV program onto your VHS tape, then
transfer it to your DVD and see if your new DVD recording
will work or not.

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Error E24 when trying to record on symphonic vhs/dvd recorder have tried multiple brands of disc using dvd-r like directions say....arg


My BBK DW9937S dead too. But I changed its DVDWriter to NEC5170 (and now I've got an DW9938 because I can burn even DVD-R/RW disks too).
As I mentioned above almost any combo VHS/DVDwriter has the IDE DVDRW inside (I hope you guess how to fix it)

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How do I record a vhs onto a dvd on the combo?


I have researched the manual for this particular device and you will not be able to convert/record VHS tapes to DVD discs. You can however record content from a DVD to VHS tape as this model only has a readable disc player not a DVD burner. Sorry, but you may want to research DVD recorders that also have VHS playback.

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How do I record from a VHS to the DVD?


http://www.usersmanualguide.com/sony/dvd_vcr_combo/slv-d100

Here is a link to your DVD recorder operation manual.
You can download the file of you choice.

Oct 11, 2009 | Sony SLV-D100 DVD Player/VCR

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How to record a VHS tape to a DVD disc


Read your manual first to make sure the unit will do this.If it does chances are it won't record unless it has a decoder built in.Most VHS tapes have macrovision protection that prevents you from copying them.It will however,record homemade VHS tapes.There are decoders out there you can buy to enable you to copy VHS tapes.

Dec 30, 2008 | Samsung DVD-V4600 DVD Player/VCR

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Recording VHS from TV/VCR combo onto DVD


This machine does not support DVD recording. Are you trying to make a tape from a DVD, by some chance?...accordianman

Jan 21, 2008 | Panasonic DMRES15 DVD Recorder

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Recording from vhs to dvd


Direct copy VCR to DVD:
- Insert VHS tape you want to copy
- Insert a recordable DVD disc
- Press DVD copy button on front panel or remote control (to DVD).
- To stop recording press the stop button.

IMPORTANT: If attempting to copy copyrighted material the Samsung DVD-VR320 will detect the encoding and will not allow the copy to be made.

Jan 20, 2008 | Televison & Video

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